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Basketball roundup: Guyer aims for tourney championship, gets rematch with Austin Westlake

CYPRESS — Guyer  cruised in Day 2 of the Cypress tournament, beating Cypress Springs 94-49. 

Guyer led 49-24 at the half and did not take its foot off of the pedal in the second half.

Offense was very spread out for Guyer, and De'Vion Harmon led the way with 15 points. JaKobe Coles and Grayson Carter were right behind him with 14 points each. Jalen Wilson pitched in 11.

Guyer then slipped by San Antonio Wagner 76-74. Coles was the leading scorer against Wagner, tallying 21 points. 

The Wildcats will take on Austin Westlake at 10 a.m. Saturday in the semi-final. 

Guyer 94, Cypress Springs 49

Cypress Springs 11 13 12 13 49
Guyer 24 25 25 20 94

Cypress Springs — C. Allen 7, C. Walker 2, D. Jackson 2, C. Parker 3, C. Scott 7, J. Scott 4, R. Coombs 2, M. Mattar 2

Guyer (14-0) — Brandon Brd 8, Wilson 11, Harmon 15, Cadon Hill 10, Gregg Willis 2, CJ Colley 3, Calvin Phillips 5, Ty Mcghie 10, Coles 14, Carter 14

Guyer 76, San Antonio Wagner 74

San Antonio Wagner 10 21 15 30 74
Guyer 21 11 24 20 78

San Antonio Wagner — Jaylen Jackson 19, Daraun Clark 21, Justice Tolbert 2, Kevin McCullar 21, Journee Phillips 8, Jaylen Haspard 2

Guyer — Bird 3, Le'Tre Darthard 7, Harmon 19, Craig 12, Coles 21, Carter 6

Franklin tournament

FRANKLIN —  Ponder had difficulty finding a way to get points on the board in Day 2 of the Franklin tournament, losing 57-41 to Westwood.

Ponder trailed 31-12 at halftime and was unable to come back.

Tye Schulter had a team-high nine points in the low-scoring affair. Brock Anderson pitched in eight. 

Westwood 57, Ponder 41

Westwood 19 12 13 12 57
Ponder 7 5 11 18 41

Ponder (10-3) — Ryan Waldo 4, Blake Gibson 7, Schluter 9, Noah Bean 2, Anderson 8, Cameron Clark 3, Trent Akins 5, Quinton Fossett 3

Highway 5 Classic

ANNA — Aubrey bounced back from Thursday's loss with a 79-74 win against Grapevine Faith.

Adrian Porter went off for a team-high 25 points. Hayden Smith (14) and Max Scott (13) also had impressive shooting performances. 

Aubrey's opponent for Saturday is yet to be determined. Tip-off is set for 9 a.m.

Aubrey 79, Grapevine Faith 74

Grapevine 
Faith 
21 15 17 21 74
Aubrey 22 17 20 20 79

Grapevine Faith — Green 2, Morris 12, Ford 26, Hall 19, Caper 6, Broun 7, Solley 2

Aubrey (9-2) — Porter 25, Smith 14, Scott 13, Kaleb Wright 8, Ethan Wooley 7, Christian Porter 6, Cade McCutcheon 4, Ram Shovlin 2

Colleyville Heritage tournament 

GRAPEVINE — Ryan grabbed its first win of the Colleyville Heritage tournament by beating Buda Hays 67-45 behind Jay Wilson's game-high 31 points.

Ryan led Buda Hays 25-12 after the first quarter and maintained the lead for the rest of the game. 

Wilson, Tashawn Banks was the only other Ryan player in double figures with his 11 points. 

Ryan will play Dallas Spruce at 12:30 p.m. Saturday for the consolation championship.

Ryan 67, Buda Hays 45

Buda Hays 12 11 9 13 45
Ryan 25 13 15 14 67

Buda Hays  — Morton 11, Vester 2, Green 8, Watson 7, Hoekstra 2, Fultz 7, Smith 8

Ryan — Tre Evans 7, Josh King-Walker 8, Banks 11, Joe Dickenson 6, DeAngelo Williams 4, Wilson 31

Girls

Era tournament

ERA —  Aubrey advanced to the championship with a dominating 64-35 win against Boyd.

The Lady Chaps jumped out to a 36-16 lead at halftime and did not look back on their way to the big win.

Miranda Nowak led the charge for Aubrey with 17 points, while Kathi Mae Dow registered 14 points. 

Aubrey will face the winner of Era-Nocona at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

Aubrey 64, Boyd 35

Boyd 6 10 5 14 35
Aubrey 14 22 19 9 64

Aubrey (10-4) — Nowak 7, Dow 14, Kaia Saylor 8, Kalysta Dehtan 8, Addison Flick 7, Gabi Grissom 4, Kinley Ramirez 2. Wylie Dyer 2, Hannah Ramsey 2

Princeton tournament 

PRINCETON —  Krum  slipped away from host team Princeton with a 47-45 win to qualify for Saturday's championship. 

Krum held Princeton to  four points in the opening quarter, which proved to be a huge factor in its victory. 

Rhett Robinson sparked the Lady Bobcats offense. She was the only player to hit double figures in scoring with her 16 points.

Krum will take on Lovejoy in the championship at 2:30 p.m.

Krum 47, Princeton 45

Krum 9 13 14 11 47
Princeton 4 15 12 14 45

Krum (7-6) — Robinson 16, Ashleigh Wiley 9, Savana Reneau 8, Tori Hamilton 6, Olivia Kamesch 6, Cali Marquis 2

Princeton — P. Aungst 16, Rivera 13, Peters 5, Mack 4, Gillespie 3, Rodriguez 2, R. Aungst 22

Highway 5 Classic

ANNA — Braswell struggled to keep up with Melissa and lost 75-42 in the second round. 

Braswell was down 12 at halftime and did not get any closer than that in the second half as Melissa's offense proved to be too much to handle.

Kaiya Turner put up a team-high 17 points for the Lady Bengals. Aminah Hall added 12 points. 

Melissa 75, Braswell 42

Melissa 19 21 17 18 75
Braswell 12 16 8 6 42

Melissa — Natalie Conlin 7, Sally Clemmons 18, Alisha Nicholas 2, Allie Graham 2, Anna Forkenberg 5, Taylor Thomas 10, Taylor Carney 13, Ashley Giden 16, Charley Lane 2

Braswell (6-9) — Turner 17, Sydney Tyler 5, Kamryn Gibson 2, Hall 12, Achlie Brown 2, Tiarah Starks 1, Corissa Palmer 3

Lake Dallas 64, Fort Worth Southwest 34

CORINTH —  Lake Dallas cruised cruised against Fort Worth Southwest.

The Lady Falcons defense held Southwest to single digits in three quarters as they built an insurmountable lead.

JoJo Elliott led Lake Dallas with a game-high 22 points. Dorian Norris chipped in with 13 points.

The Lady Falcons will stay at home and host Carrollton Newman Smith at 6:30 p.m.  Tuesday.

Lake Dallas 64, FW Southwest 34

Fort Worth Southwest 7 16 3 8 34
Lake Dallas 19 20 17 8 64

 Fort Worth Southwest — Tanae Sanders 3, Semiyah Childers 4, Chante Rutherford 2, Jordan Green-Wallace 2, Maggie Green-Wallace 8, Andy Nunez 14, Beyonce Wilson 1

Lake Dallas (7-9) — Artajai Blair 4, Rylee Kleam 2, Norris 13, Ruthie Forson 3, Elliott 22, Laniyah Braxton 2, Ary Hughes 8, Mikyla Baries 1, Morgan Helixon 9