Men’s basketball: Brownsboro takes overtime victory over Martin’s Mill | Sports


MARTIN’S MILL – In a clash between the East Texas Powers, the Brownsboro Bears beat the Martin’s Mill Mustangs, 50-49 in overtime, at the O’Neal Weaver Gymnasium.

Aiden Green led the Bears (19-3) with 11 points, while Michael Fitzgerald added 10. Jacob Hopson (9), Lane Epperson (6), Kyle Nichols (6), Aidan Hardin (5) and Jordan have also scored for Brownsboro. Vacuum cleaner (3).

Epperson had two 3-points with Green adding one.

Jak Kinder hit seven 3-pointers and totaled 23 points to beat Martin’s Mill (18-5). Alex Tyner (10), Jose Perez (8), Blake Butcher (5) and Nate Reiser (3) also scored for the Mustangs.

Reiser added a tree.

Brownsboro won the JV game, 65-27.

The Bears open the District 14-4A game on Friday, Jan. 14, visiting Van at 7:30 p.m. Martin’s Mill is scheduled to host LaPoynor the same evening.

Jacksonville 61, Township 35

TOWNSHIP – Vito High, K’mari Gipson and Karmelo Clayborne totaled 51 points to help the Jacksonville Indians win 61-35 over the Canton Eagles on Friday.

High led the Indians (16-4) with 18 points, followed by Gipson (17) and Clayborne (16).

Kalvin Bryant (4), Koda Canada (2) and Davarion Boyd (2) also scored for Jacksonville.

Layne Etheridge led the Eagles with 10 points. He was followed by Kam Shaw (8), Chantson Prox (6), Caleb Guy (4), Jaxon Rhyne (4) and Cannon Valenzuela (3).

Jacksonville is scheduled to meet with Nacogdoches Central Heights at 7 p.m. Monday before opening the District 16-5A game on Friday, Jan. 14 at Tyler.

Canton (18-8) is expected to visit Athens at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, January 14.

All Saints 78, Carlisle 43Drew Jackson and Cullen Walker each scored 24 points as the All Saints Trojans beat the Carlisle Indians 78-43 on Friday at Brookshire Gym in Tyler.

Walker also managed a double double grabbing 13 rebounds. Walker had 10 buckets and made 4 of 5 free throw attempts, while Jackson had two 3-pointers.

Mill Walters was also in double digits for the Trojans with 10 points. Cameron Reid (6), Paul Ceccoli (6), Bryce Patrick (4), MacLean Arnett (2) and Dawson Thames (2) contributed to the All Saints’ points total.

All Saints’ Day (11-10) is due to welcome Bishop Gorman at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

West Rusk 44, Troop 41TROUP – The West Rusk Raiders beat the Troup Tigers 44-41 on Friday in a District 16-3A basketball game.

Troup (14-8, 0-3) was led by Bracey Cover with points, while Jimmie Harper led the Raiders (2-2) with 14 points.

Trae Davis (7), Trevor Padia (7), Logan Womack (5), Colby Turner (4) and Carson Davenport (3) also scored for the Tigers.

Cover made five 3-pointers with one each from Womack, Davenport and Davis.

Geremiah Smith (10), Andon Mata (9), Jaxon Farquar (8), Montrell Giddings (2) and Keyshawn Lewis (1) also scored for the New London school.

Harper had four treys with Mata and Smith hitting one each.

West Rusk won the JV match (33-21)

Troup is due to visit Arp as part of the Seven-Mile Rivalry on Tuesday. JV should start at 5 p.m., followed by university at 6.15 p.m.

Waskom 52, Arp 46WASKOM – The Waskom Wildcats beat the Arp Tigres 52-46 on Friday in a District 16-3A basketball game.

Arp (10-4, 2-1) was led by Kadaylon Williams with 25 points.

Tristen Robbins (7), Michael Brager (3), Colin George (3), Frank Smith (3), Robert Draper (2), Nikos Fuentes (2) and AJ Arrington (1) also scored for the Tigers.

Waskom (12-3, 2-1) was led by Diego Smith (18) and Zay Thomas (15). Daveon Williams (9), DJ Feaster (5), Victor Bravo (2) and Caden McDonald (2) also scored.

In the girls’ game, Waskom won 22-15.

Waskom is due to visit Elysian Fields at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Arp welcomes Troup at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

New Summerfield 56, Cushing 49CUSHING – Mason Wallace connected for 20 points to help the New Summerfield Hornets claim a 56-49 victory over Cushing on Friday in a District 22-2A game.

Wallace added nine rebounds and six steals.

Rylan Fickey (14) and Tony Uribe (13) were also in double digits for the Hornets.

Mount Vernon 55, Harmony 47MOUNT VERNON – Jaden Horton scored 20 points to lead Mount Vernon to a 55-47 victory over Harmony on Friday in a District 13-3A game.

Boston Seahorn led the Eagles with 18 points. Tucker Tittle (9), Braxton Baker (5), Weston Seahorn (4), Brandon Larken (4), Aidan Chambers (3), Chris Arellano (2) and Riley Patterson (2) also scored for Harmony.

Mehki Perry (11), Quence McGill (9), Boone Morris (6), Davin Rainey (6) and Adrian Diaz (1) also scored for the Tigers.

The Eagles are expected to host Mineola on Tuesday and the Tigers are expected to visit Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill.

Bullard 71, Kilgore 49KILGORE – The Bullard Panthers retired in the third quarter to claim a 71-49 victory over the Kilgore Bulldogs on Friday in District 16-4A.

CJ Ingram scored 25 points in Kilgore’s loss, including 21 in the first half. The Bulldogs trailed 41-30 on the break and 63-43 before the last stanza.

Jake Thompson scored eight points, Thomas Hattaway and Jayden Sanders three each and Javiora Easley, Daverian Franklin, Rylan Copeland, Bobby King, Braydon Nelson and Zaylon Stoker two each for Kilgore.

Tatum 103, Jefferson 42TATUM – Jayden Boyd narrowly missed a quadruple double record with 29 points, 13 rebounds, 10 steals and nine assists as the Tatum Eagles took a 103-42 victory over Jefferson in District 16- 3A.

Kendric Malone added 16 points and nine rebounds, Aidan Anthony 14 points and nine rebounds, Kendall Williams 12 points and Ty Bridges 10 points for the Eagles (14-5, 3-0). Ashby Anthony scored eight points, Jaylen Jones and Drake Walton five each and Jordan Chambers four.

White oak 70, Ore 47ORE CITY – Ben Jacyno led the Roughnecks with 18 points, Brian Williams added 14 and Landon Anderson narrowly missed a double-double as White Oak claimed a 70-47 District 15-3A victory over Ore City.

Anderson finished with 12 points, nine rebounds and four assists for White Oak, who led 20-8 after a quarter. Zac Jacyno added 11 points, Colton Millwood and Gunner Solis seven each and Colton Fears two. Solis also had five assists.

Ryan Webb had 17 points and Jeremy Kyle 11 in the loss to Ore City.

White Oak (19-4, 2-0) will travel to Gladewater on Tuesday.

Gladewater 81, Hughes Springs 39HUGHES SPRINGS – Tyrone Maddox and Kollin Lewis totaled 50 points, and Keilan James and DJ Allen also scored in double digits for the Bears as Gladewater claimed an 81-39 victory over Hughes Springs in District 15-3A.

Maddox led the way for the Bears with 30 points. Lewis lost 20, James 11, Allen 10, Michael Lewis six and Cameron Taylor four.

Tyler HEAT 61, Hawkins 25HAWKINS – Tyler HEAT took a 26-5 lead after a quarterback en route to a 61-25 victory over the Hawkins Hawks.

Jeramy Torres led the way for Hawkins with seven points. Dristun Pruitt and Marshall White have six each, and Boston Conner, Rowdy Searer and Bryce Burns have all scored two for the Hawks.

Brayden Cox led Tyler HEAT with 24 points, followed by Waker Hartman (9), Jackson Tomlin (6), Cade Morgan (6), Jake Carlile (5), Greg Rittenhouse (5), Cayden Tomlin (4) and Andrew Barham (2).

Tyler HEAT is scheduled to visit the Tyler Grace community at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Hawkins is scheduled to host the Longview East Texas HomeSchool at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Big Sandy 59, Longview Christian 49

LONGVIEW – AJ Johnson scored 19 points, Blake Wilson added 16 for the Wildcats and Big Sandy earned a 59-49 victory over Longview Christian School.

Jezreel Bachert, Sean Gregory and Malijah Francis all scored six for the Wildcats, Christian Kearbey adding four and Christian McCleveland scoring two.

Kado Jackson had 28, TJ Gray 10, Oscar Adame five, and Chance Barnett and Marcus Cammack three each for Longview Christian School.

McLeod 54, Hart’s Bluff 47

HART’S BLUFF – Kannon Dempsey led McLeod’s balanced offense with 14 points as the Longhorns edged Hart’s Bluff, 54-47.

Mason Teer had 13 points, Tyler Williams 10, Henry Teer seven, Brennan Penny and Braden Parker four each and Preston Bishop two. Dempsey finished with a double-double, adding 10 rebounds. Teer had eight rebounds and Parker provided seven assists.

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