CHCS 51, ST. MARY性视界传媒橲 44: Brody Moss led the way with 15 points, Sawyer Brumit (12) and Isaac Adams (10) joined him in double figures and the Christian Heritage Classical School Sentinels notched a 51-44 win over crosstown rival St. Mary性视界传媒檚.

Brumit also had five steals for the Sentinels. Owen Holcomb added six rebounds, and Abe Rutherford finished with six assists.

CHCS will host Winston School of Dallas at 6:30 p.m. on Friday in bi-district playoff action.

HALLSVILLE 74, T. HIGH 44: TEXARKANA 性视界传媒 Anthon McDermott led a balanced Bobcat scoring attack with 22 points, and Hallsville rolled to a 74-44 District 15-5A win over Texas High.

Greyson Magestro had 17 for the Bobcats, who led 45-18 at halftime. Kam McDonald chipped in with 10, and Kobe Gaut and David Baliraine added eight apiece.

SABINE 68, DAINGERFIELD 51: DAINGERFIELD 性视界传媒 Hudson McNatt scored 23 points, Colt Sparks and Dalton Taylor combined for 30 and the Sabine Cardinals clinched the District 15-3A championship with a 68-51 win over Daingerfield.

Sparks had 18 points, Taylor 12 and Clayne Simmons eight for Sabine, which took control of things by outscoring the Tigers 35-15 in the middle two quarters.

The Cardinals moved to 22-9 overall and 9-0 in district play with the win.

W. OAK 50, H. SPRINGS 34: HUGHES SPRINGS 性视界传媒 Scotty Breitenberg tossed in 18 points, Kanaan Moore and Gavin Sipes added 10 apiece for the Roughnecks and White Oak earned a 50-34 District 15-3A win over Hughes Springs on Friday.

Moore added seven rebounds, and Sipes came away with four steals for White Oak, which led 20-13 at halftime. Kaleb Sorgee finished with seven points, Tysen McClain three and Henry Lattin and Jacob Sorgee one apiece.

JEFFERSON 59, TATUM 58: TATUM 性视界传媒 Travis Gray scored 25 points, and the Jefferson Bulldogs rallied from eight points down heading to the final quarter and pulled out a 59-58 District 16-3A win over the Tatum Eagles on Friday.

Luke Elder finished with 14 points for the Bulldogs. Chris Love chipped in with seven, Jakyrie Johnson five, Tazion Frazier three, Cornell Nunn and Jason Webster two each and Devonte Marshall one.

Tatum was led by JaCorie Bradley with 18 points. E.J. Lloyd added 14, Luke Sigler 11, Cayden Tatum five, Kollin Robinson and Cooper Whiteus four apiece and Jordan Chambers two.

TROUP 56, ARP 27: TROUP 性视界传媒 Trae Davis torched the nets for 23 points, and 11 Troup players got into the scoring act in a 56-27 District 16-3A win over Arp.

Jarett Castillo, Carter Graves and Hudson Harrell all had six points for Troup. Shane Jasper added four, Braxton Barton, Keenan Foster, Carson Davenport, Caden Graves and Cason Mills two each and Tre Anderson one.

Landon Smith paced Arp with 13 points. AB Martin had six, Cade Ward four and Fisher Arrington and Nehemiah Woodard two each.

Troup moves to 25-6 and 8-3 with the win, while Arp drops to 17-10 and 4-7.

HAWKINS 47, O. CITY 35: ORE CITY 性视界传媒 The No. 7 ranked Hawkins Hawks held on for a 47-35 District 21-2A win over the Ore City Rebels on Friday.

Blake Coppedge scored 12 points in the loss for Ore City. Maverick Main had 11, Jordan Escamilla 10 and Kyler Rowe two.

BECKVILLE 58, TENAHA 47: BECKVILLE 性视界传媒 The No. 3 ranked Beckville Bearcats moved to 11-0 in District 23-2A play with a 58-47 win over Tenaha on Friday.

Coleman Bullock knocked down six 3-pointers and scored a career-high 19 points to lead the way for Beckville, now 22-6 overall.

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Jakelvin Smith finished with 12 points, J性视界传媒橩oby Williams 11 points, six rebounds and four assists and Austin Berry nine points and two blocks.


CHCS 53, ST. MARY性视界传媒橲 23: Peyton Wilson and Alli Wilson scored 16 points apiece for Christian Heritage Classical School in a 53-23 win over crosstown rival St. Mary性视界传媒檚.

Alli Wilson added three steals and four assists, Reid Robertson eight points and Margo Risner six rebounds for CHCS, now 8-0 in district play.

The Lady Sentinels earned a first-round playoff bye.

WASKOM 43, TROUP 32: TROUP 性视界传媒 The Waskom Lady Wildcats earned a 43-32 win over West Rusk on Friday in a playoff seeding game.

Tiea Chatman led the way for Waskom with 24 points. Savanna Thomas added nine, Jaynai Miles seven and Iyana Haggerty two.

Zaquirah Jordan had 10 points in the loss for Troup. Qhenja Jordan added eight, Taylor Gillespie five, Bailey Blanton three, Chloie Haugeberg and Amari Shepard two apiece and Aubrey Griffin one.

Troup will open the playoffs at 6 p.m. on Monday against Gladewater at UT Tyler.



LETU 84, S. ROSS 65: ALPINE 性视界传媒 A 17-2 run from the end of the first half through the first minutes of the second half helped the LeTourneau men性视界传媒檚 basketball team pull away and earn an 84-65 victory at Sul Ross State on Thursday night in Alpine.

The win was the third straight for LeTourneau (14-8) and completed a season sweep of Sul Ross (12-11).

Deonte Jackson scored 17 of his game-high 29 points in the first half and he added five assists and two steals in the victory. His 29 points moved him past Aaron Knaub (性视界传媒96) for sixth on LeTourneau性视界传媒檚 career scoring list with 1,661 points.

Logan Brinkoeter scored a career-high 15 points, going a perfect 5-of-5 from the field with two 3-pointers. Caedmon Liebengood and Branson Lynn had nine points each as the YellowJackets had 10 different players score in the victory.

LeTourneau concludes its final regular season road trip at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Howard Payne.


S. ROSS 74, LETU 62: ALPINE 性视界传媒 Mariana Espinosa, Bailey Broughton, and Kylie Weeks all scored in double-figures, but the LeTourneau women性视界传媒檚 basketball team could not overcome a second-quarter surge from host Sul Ross State in a 74-62 loss on Thursday night in Alpine.

The loss for LeTourneau does not count towards league standings as Sul Ross transitions to Division II.

Espinosa scored a career-high 16 points, Broughton had 12 points, and Weeks added 11 points in the loss. It was the second straight game Espinosa had topped her career-high in points. Broughton hit 6-of-8 from the free throw line and dished out three assists with four rebounds, while Weeks added two steals and two assists.

Haylee Jordan totaled seven points, nine rebounds, and two steals. Jordan did not record a blocked shot, halting an impressive 34-game streak where she registered at least one block dating back to last season.

LeTourneau returns to action at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Howard Payne.

Sports editor

I've covered sports in East Texas since 1987, starting as a 21-year-old sports editor at the Kilgore News Herald before spending seven years at the Lufkin Daily News and the past 23 years at the 性视界传媒.