Basketball roundup: Raiders take two games to win tourney pool

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DECATUR — The Ryan boys defeated Weatherford and Azle on Thursday in the Decatur tournament to win their pool.

The Raiders (4-3) topped Weatherford 57-56, led by Ibrahim Logan’s 24 points. In a 53-37 victory over Azle, Logan scored 34 points.

Ryan is tentatively set to play again at 7 tonight.

Ryan 57, Weatherford 56

Weatherford

17

6

13

20

56

Ryan

14

14

15

14

57

Ryan — Logan 24, Brooks 3, Willis 7, Bailey 8, Grant 9, Pittman 6.

Weatherford — Turan 15, Boswell 12, Banks 9, Couch 6, Kuritz 2, Merrill 4, Guest 8.

Ryan 53, Azle 37

Ryan

18

11

12

12

53

Azle

7

8

6

16

37

Ryan — Logan 34, Willis 2, Gladney 4, Bailey 2, Grant 1, Williams 2, Torralba 4, Kiner 2, Pittman 2.

Azle — Bagwell 4, Salasbury 9, Templeton 7, Stevens 14, Gum 3.

Ponder splits day’s games

DECATUR — In Ponder’s first game of the Decatur tournament, Wichita Falls Rider claimed its first lead of the game with 0.3 seconds remaining to defeat the Lions 36-35. But they responded in the evening with a 70-62 win over the Mississippi Royal Ambassadors.

Trailing by one point with 20 seconds left, Rider inbounded and held the ball for a last-second 3-point attempt. The shot was missed, but Rider scored on the putback, completing a 13-2 fourth-quarter comeback to top the Lions.

Clay Morgan netted a game-high 21 points for Ponder.

In their second game, Morgan scored 29 points for the Lions while Brady Anderson chipped in with 18 and Chase Harris added 11.

Ponder (12-2) will continue play in the tournament today.

Wichita Falls Rider 36, Ponder 35

Rider

8

7

8

13

36

Ponder

12

11

10

2

35

Ponder — Morgan 21, Anderson 6, Harris 6, Peterson 2.

Rider — Pope 5, Portman 6, Taylor 2, Vasher 10, D. Barnett 2, S. Barnett 6, Cemmon 5.

Ponder 70, Mississippi Royal Ambassadors 62

Mississippi

10

21

11

20

62

Ponder

22

16

13

19

70

Ponder — Morgan 29, Sallee 6, McCarty 2, Anderson 18, Worthington 2, Harris 11, Peterson 2.

Aubrey 54, Caddo Mills 51

AUBREY — The Aubrey Chaparrals fell behind early but rallied for a close win over Caddo Mills in their home tournament opener.

Cole Cannon paced the Chaps (5-2) with 17 points, while four others scored at least seven points.

Aubrey will face Gunter at 7:30 p.m. today.

Aubrey 54, Caddo Mills 51

Caddo Mills

17

13

10

11

51

Aubrey

9

18

15

12

54

Aubrey — Cannon 17, Page 8, D. Davis 8, Boyett 7, Green 7, Loftin 4, Turrubiarte 3.

Sanger 54, Trophy Club Nelson JV 45

AUBREY — Sanger dominated the Trophy Club Nelson JV in the second and third quarters on its way to a tournament-opening victory.

Wilding Smith scored 14 points and Joseph Clark had 10 for the Indians, who will play Celina at noon today.

Sanger 54, Trophy Club Nelson JV 45

Trophy Club Nelson

16

7

9

13

45

Sanger

10

21

12

11

54

Sanger — Smith 14, Clark 10, Sykes 8, Roelofs 7, McLeod 6, Higgs 4, Garza 3, Thomas 2.

Collinsville 51, Pilot Point 49

AUBREY — Leading by seven points heading into the fourth quarter, Pilot Point was outscored 17-9 in the final frame and fell to Collinsville in the Aubrey tournament.

Stephen Richter led a trio of Bearcats in double figures with 17 points. Josh Portal added 13 points and Randy Peggs had 11.

Pilot Point will play in the Aubrey tournament again today.

Collinsville 51, Pilot Point 49

Collinsville

6

18

9

17

51

Pilot Point

7

13

20

9

49

Collinsville — Daley 6, Lewis 23, Jace 6, Andrew 3, Petska 2, Broyles 6, Bennet 4.

Pilot Point — Richter 17, Portal 13, Peggs 11, Powell 6, Alexander 2.

Gunter 53, Calvary 50

AUBREY — Gunter scored 20 points in the fourth quarter, including five 3-pointers, in a come-from-behind win over Calvary in the Aubrey tournament.

The Lions will play again today in Aubrey.

Gunter 53, Calvary 50

Gunter

13

10

10

20

53

Calvary

14

12

15

9

50

Calvary — Bloom 14, Peters 13, Larson 13, Antwell 6, Helzer 2, Gerwig 2.

Gunter — Watson 17, Smith 11, Brewer 12, Knight 7, Bolin 4, Harris 2.

Bonham 46, Krum 30

AUBREY — Krum’s boys fell behind Bonham early and could not recover, losing their opener in the Aubrey tournament. The Bobcats play again today.

Bonham 46, Krum 30

Bonham

18

7

5

16

46

Krum

9

5

3

13

30

Bonham — Moses 14, Smith 20, Simpson 6, Rushing 3, Kemp 3.

Krum — Kroeson 6, Perches 6, Cowan 4, Miller 4, Denton 3, Marshall 3, Pierce 2, Sullivan 2.

Girls

Wichita Falls 44, Guyer 36

The Guyer Lady Wildcats fell to Wichita Falls at home in their District 5-4A opener despite Quamese Moss’ 18 points.

Guyer (7-2) plays at Fort Worth Brewer at 6:30 p.m. today.

Wichita Falls 44, Guyer 36

Wichita Falls

8

11

15

10

44

Guyer

6

8

11

11

36

Guyer — Moss 18, Wickware 8, Calloway 5, Downard 3, Akinniyi 2.

Wichita Falls — Harvey 11, Andadondo 11, Strubbs 8, Huggins 5, Keitch 3, Burney 4, Williams 2.

Wichita Falls Rider 53, Denton 38

WICHITA FALLS — Alex Mcintosh scored 15 points but the Denton girls were outscored 17-5 in the fourth quarter of a loss to Wichita Falls Rider to open District 5-4A action.

The Lady Broncos (6-5) will host Trophy Club Nelson at 6 p.m. today.

Wichita Falls Rider 53, Denton 38

Denton

9

11

13

5

38

Wichita Falls Rider

10

13

13

17

53

Denton — Mcintosh 15, Pena 6, T. Seastrunk 8, Allison 6, M. Seastrunk 3.

Rider — Reid 12, Colletti 16, Wise 2, Brooks 13, Shaver 1, Harrison 9.

Lake Dallas 49, Fort Worth Brewer 23

LAKE DALLAS — Making up a game originally scheduled for Tuesday, the Lake Dallas Lady Falcons cruised to an easy district-opening win over Fort Worth Brewer.

Taylor Davis led all scorers with 18 points for Lake Dallas (4-4, 1-0 District 5-4A), while Amani Alston added 14 points.

The Lady Falcons continue league play at 6:30 p.m. today at Azle.

Lake Dallas 49, Fort Worth Brewer 23

Fort Worth Brewer

6

5

5

7

23

Lake Dallas

17

10

17

5

49

Lake Dallas — Gholston 8, Tuck 2, Jackson 2, Brown 5, Davis 18, Alston 14.

Fort Worth Brewer — Dodol 10, Deadmon 3, Willis 8, Davis 2.

Krum 33, Bowie 31

KRUM — The Krum Lady Cats used balanced scoring from six players and held off a fourth-quarter charge by Bowie to take a two-point victory late Wednesday.

Krum led 27-23 heading into the final quarter before Bowie rallied.

Kylee Myers led the scoring for Krum with 12 points while Caylee Thomas added 7 and Mackenzie Ripple finished with 6.

Krum 33, Bowie 31

Bowie

6

12

5

8

31

Krum

8

9

10

6

33

Bowie — Courtney Brady 10, Logan McMurray 9, Addy Cook 2, Madison Little 2, Madison Wallace 8.

Krum — Caylee Thomas 7, Sadie May 2, Mackenzie Ripple 6, Haley Lewis 2, Kylee Myers 12, Riley Place 2.


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