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Basketball roundup: Guyer, Ponder, Argyle all claim tourney championships


MANSFIELD — The Guyer Wildcats, No. 2 in Class 6A, defeated No. 1 Mansfield Timberview in the Mansfield Spring Creek BBQ Tournament championship game 87-76 on Saturday. 

De'Vion Harmon continued to be the spark of the Guyer offense with a team-high 24 points. JaKobe Coles (19 points), Grayson Carter (13) and Chris Craig (13) also had standout offensive performances in the victory.

Harmon, an Oklahoma commit, was named tournament MVP. Georgetown signee Carter and Coles claimed seats on the all-tournament team. Jalen Wilson averaged 20 points per game for the Wildcats.

Guyer will compete in the Cypress Hoops Tournament starting Thursday.

Guyer 87,  Mansfield Timberview 76

Mansfield Timberview 16 10 19 31 -- 76
Guyer 17 15 26 30 -- 87

Mansfield Timberview  -- CJ Smith 2, Tristan Starks 1, isaac Likekele 21, Trevan Tennyson 6 Trazarien White 12, Chris Mullins 27, Rodrigo Soars 2, Jaquan Scott 4

Guyer (11-0) -- Brandon Bird 4, Craig 12, Wilson 9, Harmon 24, Ty Mcghie 5, Coles 19, Carter 13

Bowie tournament

BOWIE — The Ponder Lions had themselves a battle with Saginaw in the championship game at the Bowie tournament that went to overtime. That is when Ponder's Cameron Clark hit a shot at the buzzer to give the Lions a 52-50 victory. 

Ty Schluter contributed over half of  Ponder's points, racking up a game-high 27 points. Schluter averaged 21.8 points per game on his way to being named tournament MVP.

Ponder will compete in the Franklin tournament starting Thursday.

Ponder 52, Saginaw 50

Saginaw 15 9 13 8 5
50
Ponder 16 10 11 8 7
52

Ponder -- Ryan Waldo 13, Blake Gibson 2, Schluter 27, Clark 4, Quinton Fossett 6

Kennedale tournament

KENNEDALE — The Argyle Eagles won the Kennedale tournament championship game by beating Waxahachie Life 62-46.

Blaze McMellian was the leading scorer for the Eagles with 14 points. Luke Feely followed with 13.

The Eagles clinched the spot in the championship game by dominating Fort Worth Western Hills 60-35. Maxwell Valentino took charge of the offense, leading Argyle with 24 points.

Argyle will host Denton on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. 

Argyle 60, Fort Worth Western Hills 35

FW Western Hills 14 8 4

9 -- 35
Argyle 9 16 17 18 -- 60

Fort Worth Western Hills -- Ty'je Joy 5, Cam West 11, Tommie Bonner 8, Jay'von Simmons 1, Johnathan Morgan 4, Kendrick Berry 6

Argyle  -- Brandon White 10, Valentino 24, Ben Collins 3, Feely 8, Jackson Maupin 8, McMellian 3, Elia Watkins 4

Argyle 62, Waxahachie Life 46

Waxahachie
Life
6 11 15 14 -- 46
Argyle 22 14 10 16 -- 62

Waxahachie Life -- Nimmer 21, Spears 3, Moreland 3, White 10, Mathers 7, Jones 2

Argyle -- White 9, Valentino 9, Collins 6, Feely 13, Koy Randall 5, Wilson Peltier 6, McMellian 14

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Tournament

CARROLLTON — The Ryan Raiders ended their weekend with a 55-48 win over Carrollton Ranchview behind Jay Wilson's game-high 32 points.

The Raiders finished the tournament with  2-1 record.

Ryan will return to action Tuesday when it hosts Liberty Christian at 7:30 p.m.

Ryan 55,  Carrollton Ranchview 48

Carrollton 
Ranchview
17 11 9 4 -- 48
Ryan 14 10 12 19 -- 55

Carrollton Ranchview  -- Arnold 9, Cunanan 12, Taylor 3, Kirk 8, Adkins 3, Berry 12, Collins 1

Ryan -- Tre Evans 8, Tashawn Banks 5, Jamiel Gray 2, DeAngelo Williams 8, Wilson 32

Sanger tournament

SANGER — Sanger ended its home tournament with a 79-74 win over Lubbock Cooper.

Tre Peoples (23) and Payton Vidourek (22) combined for over half of Sanger's points. 

Aubrey closed out the weekend by topping Van Alstyne 69-60. Kaleb Wright led Aubrey with a team-high 16 points. Wright was named to the all-tournament team.

Braswell fell to Lubbock Cooper 56-51 to finish the weekend with a 1-3 record.  MJ Leslie stood alone as the only Bengal to reach double figures in scoring with 13 points.

The Bengals will visit Wylie East on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Aubrey will be hosting Pilot Point on Tuesday  at 7:30 p.m. Sanger will  compete in the Poolville tournament starting  Thursday. 

Sanger 79, Lubbock Cooper 74

Lubbock
Cooper
20 24 9 21 -- 74
Sanger 14 25 21 19 -- 79

Lubbock Cooper  -- Barker 5, Fulcer 8, Flowers 6, Speed 3, Anderson 8, Uber 7, Gaines 18, Robbins 1, Workman 15

Sanger -- Lemons 15, Landon Ceballos 7, Peoples 23, Vidourek 22, Trey Henderson 13, Cameron Cockrell 1

Aubrey 69, Van Alstyne 60

Van Alstyne 16 16 15 13 -- 60
Aubrey 8 23 16 22 -- 69

Van Alstyne -- Hunter 3, Speery 17, Tormos 29, Montgomery 5, Boling 6

Aubrey (7-1) -- Wright 16, Adrian Porter 14, Christian Porter 12, Ethan Wooley 11, Max Scott 9, Hayden Smith 7

Lubbock Cooper 56, Braswell 51

Lubbock 
Cooper 
11 25 8 12 -- 56
Braswell 11 12 12 16 -- 51

Lubbock Cooper  -- Drainville 11, Cortez 2, Doherty 11, Johnston 17, Murphy 4, Blacklock 8, Fiddler 4

Braswell (4-5) -- Kiran Anderson 9, David Robinson 2, Leslie 13, Mark Kunz 6, Kameron Fricks 3, Brandon Barlow 9, Jose Villa 2, Matthew Edwards 6

Girls

Lufkin tournament

LUFKIN — The Sanger Lady Indians were able to secure the championship in the Lufkin tournament with a pair of victories Saturday.

First, they were able to get past  Nacogdoches behind Maci Turkoly's game-high 21 points, winning 50-36.

Sanger then cruised to a 46-29 victory over Lovelady to claim first place in the tournament. The solid defense of the Lady Indians only allowed Lovelady to reach double digits in the opening quarter. 

Turkoly was the top scorer in that game as well, putting up 16 points. Brooke Rollins had 13 points. 

Sanger will head back home to host Pottsboro on Tuesday at 6:15 p.m.

Sanger 50, Nacogdoches 36

Nacogdoches 5 7 14 10 -- 36
Sanger 10 13 16 11 -- 50

Nacodoches  -- Thorn 2, Graham 3, Walker 3, Thompson 9, Parks 13, Duffie 6

Sanger -- Allye Morrow 7, B. Rollins 11, Chloe Malone 2, Turkoly 21, Tatum Whitewood 9

Sanger 46, Lovelady 29

Lovelady 11 6 3 9 -- 29
Sanger 11 11
6 18 -- 46

Lovelady -- Marie 6, Romo 5, James 2, Burleson 10, Watts 6

Sanger -- Lynzie Rollins 6, B. Rollins 13, Turkoly 16, Abbie Kenning 1, Whitewood 2, Desi Gonzales 8

Kennedale tournament

KENNEDALE — The Denton Lady Broncos ended the weekend on a high note, defeating El Paso Riverdale 48-36.

Leading the Lady Broncos offensively were Jamie Means (14 points) and Kylie Scott (13).

Denton finished the tournament with a 2-1 record.

Denton 48, El Paso Riverdale 36

El Paso Riverdale 11 7 5 13 -- 36

Denton 15 14 10 9 -- 48

El Paso Riverdale -- Martinez 7, Bustillos 12, Espinosa 6, Ballinas 2, Gonzalez 9

Denton (5-10) -- Melissa Rwehumbiza 2, Scott 13, Melody Battles 2, Taylor Pierce 7, Taylor Howell 2, Madison Pritchard 4, Means 14, Eden Davis 2, Alex Bradley 2

Levelland tournament

LEVELLAND — The Ponder Lady Lions finished the Levelland tournament with a 61-49 win over El Paso Eastlake.

The Lady Lions had three players with big offensive performances, as Kylie Green (17 points), Kaia Williams (13) and Kelley Akins (14) all contributed to the victory.

Ponder will have Tuesday night off.

Ponder 61, El Paso Eastlake 49

El Paso Eastlake  7 12 19 11 -- 49
Ponder 15 15 16 15 -- 61

El Paso Eastlake -- Vera 1, Lares 2, Bonilla 19, Salcido 4, Herrera 4, Saucedo 2, Martinez 18

Ponder  -- Williams 13, Akins 14, Jessica Simpson 2, Macy Popplewell 7, Chloe Poole 5, Green 17, Harley Bridges 3

Georgetown tournament

GEORGETOWN — The Argyle Lady Eagles finished their weekend in Georgetown with a 4-1 tournament record. 

In their first game Saturday, they defeated Leander 44-20, not allowing more than eight points in a period. Gabby Standifer was the top scorer for Argyle with 20 points.

The Lady Eagles followed that up with a 55-34 win over Austin Vandegrift to end the day. Standifer (19 points) and Rhyle McKinney (18) had outstanding shooting performances in the victory.

Argyle will head home to host Keller on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. 

Argyle 44, Leander 20

Leander 8 2 4 6 -- 20
Argyle 9 7 12 16 -- 44

Leander  -- Paige Ephilin 4, Mikaela Noe 4, Sara Majek 2, Kasade Sanders 2, Payton Smith 6, Natalie Kerlick 2

Argyle (11-3) -- McKinney 9, Brooklyn Carl 3, Morgan Yarbrough 2, Abby Williams 2, Sydney Standifer 6, G. Standifer 20, Leighton Eschle 2

Argyle 55, Austin Vandegrift 34

Austin Vandegrift 9 2 11 12 -- 34
Argyle 11 22 14 8 -- 55

Austin Vandegrift -- K. Pehrson 2, B. Gonzales 8, A. Howell 4, J. Moore 7, E. Drabies 4, J. Stevens 2, M. Royer 3, C. O'Rouree 2, A. Hatin 2

Argyle (11-3) -- McKinney 18, Kennedy Reeves 4, Carl 3, Yarbrough 2, S. Standifer 7, G. Standifer 19, Eschle 2

Pottsboro tournament

POTTSBORO — The Aubrey Lady Chaps were able to win a close game with Bowie 34-33 to cap  their weekend. Miranda Nowak hit the winning 3-pointer with just under 30 seconds left.

Kaia Saylor was the leading scorer for Aubrey with 12 points. Kathi Mae Dow wasn't far behind with 10 points of her own. Both girls were named to the all-tournament team.

Aubrey will  compete in the Bells tournament starting  Thursday.

Aubrey 34, Bowie 33

Bowie 9 6 6 11 -- 33
Aubrey 8 5 9 13 -- 34

Aubrey (8-4) -- Saylor 12, Dow 10, Kalysta Dehtan  7, Nowak 5