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Basketball roundup: Guyer remains undefeated, grabs Cypress tourney championship


CYPRESS — The Guyer Wildcats moved to 16-0 by claiming their second consecutive tournament championship, defeating  Waxahachie 77-71 on Saturday in the Cypress tournament.

Guyer used a solid defensive first half to guide it to victory. The Wildcats held a 12-point lead going into the break.

Jalen Wilson took charge of the Wildcat offense, putting up a team-high 24 points. Also contributing in the win were Grayson Carter (13 points) and JaKobe Coles (10).

The Wildcats secured a spot in the final by dominating Austin Westlake 70-47 earlier in the day.

Wilson (17), Carter (15) and Coles (13) were the top  scorers in that contest as well. 

Guyer will head home to host Rockwall at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. 

Guyer 70, Austin Westlake 47

Austin Westlake 10 15 11 11 -- 47
Guyer 20 17 15 18 -- 70

Austin Westlake -- Keonte Kennedy 8, Brock Cunningham 23, Matthew Mullen 3, Will Baker 13

Guyer (16-0) -- Chris Craig 8, Wilson 17, De'Vion Harmon 10, Cadon Hill 3, Coles 13, Carter 16, Ty Mcghie 4

Guyer 77,  Waxahachie 71

Waxahachie 11 14 23 23 -- 71
Guyer 20 17 23 17 -- 77

Waxahachie  -- Gipson 27, Pope 2, Warren 8, Grant 17, Wise 17

Guyer (16-0) -- Brandon Bird 7, Le'tre Darthard 7, Wilson 24, Harmon 8, Craig 6, Coles 10, Carter 13, Mcghie 2

Colleyville Hertitage tournament 

GRAPEVINE — The Ryan Raiders wrapped up their weekend at the Colleyville Heritage tournament with a 67-45 win over Dallas Spruce. 

Ryan's strong defense held Spruce to just 10 points in the first half.

Jay Wilson continued be Ryan's leading scorer for the weekend with a game-high 18 points.

The Raiders will host Lake Dallas at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Ryan 67, Dallas Spruce 45

Dallas Spruce 7 3 18 9 -- 45
Ryan  13 15 12 14 -- 67

Dallas Spruce -- Savage 2, McMiller 10, Williams 2, Grimes 10, Morris 6, Rohas 3, Kemp 4

Ryan --Tre Evans 8, Josh King-Walker 2, Tashawn Banks 8, Joe Dickenson 3, Jamiel Gray 7, DeAngelo Williams 8, Wilson 18

Highway 5 Classic

ANNA — The Aubrey Chaps left the Highway 5 Classic with two wins Saturday and a 3-1 record for the weekend.

In its first game of the day, Adrian Porter's 20 points lifted Aubrey  over Whitesboro 63-49. Ethan Wooley had 14 points, while Kaleb Wright pitched in with 11.

Aubrey followed that game with a 50-45 win over Pottsboro to finish the tournament. Offense was well spread out for Aubrey, and Max Scott was the top scorer with 15 points.

Aubrey will hit the road to take on Nevada Community on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Aubrey 63, Whitesboro 49

Whitesboro 16 14 5 14 -- 49
Aubrey 18 12 14 19 -- 63

Whitesboro -- Hiskman 2, Acker 22, Morgan 7, Gaines 8, Garrett 4, Gullett 4, Robinson 2

Aubrey (11-2) -- A. Porter 20, Wooley 14, Hayden Smith 2, Scott 9, Wright 11, Christian Porter 6

Aubrey 50, Pottsboro 45

Pottsboro 16 9 5 15 -- 45
Aubrey 13 17 8 12 -- 50

Pottsboro -- Snider 4, Hooker 2, Curry 2, Dyer 12, Barr 16, Hines 2, Recer 2, Hendrix 2, Arnold 3

Aubrey (11-2) -- Scott 14, A. Porter 10, Smith 10, Wright 10, C. Porter 5

Franklin tournament 

FRANKLIN — The Ponder Lions finished their weekend at the Franklin tournament with a pair of dominating victories.

In their opening game the day, Tye Schluter's team-high 19 points led Ponder to a rout of Needville, 86-57. Trent Akins also had an impressive shooting performance, putting up 17 points.

The Lions went on to beat Port Aransas 65-45. 

Ryan Waldo was the top scorer for Ponder this time around, racking up 22 points. Waldo got off to a hot start, scoring 12 of his team's 15 first-quarter points.

Schluter had another great offensive game, putting up 14 points on his way to being named to the all-tournament team.

Ponder will host Fort Worth All Saints' Episcopal on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Ponder 86, Needville 57

Needville 6 18 17 16 -- 57
Ponder 17 24 28 17 -- 86

Needville -- Ramero 3, C. Grace 32, Perkins 4, Hernior 7, Adkinson 8, Baker 1, C. Grace 2

Ponder (11-3) -- Waldo 2, Blake Gibson 2, Schluter 19, Noah Bean 2, Sam Hutcherson 7, Brock Anderson 9, Cameron Clark 2. T. Akins 17, Dean Akins 2, Quinton Fossett 12

Ponder 65, Port Aransas 45

Port Aransas Xx Xx Xx Xx -- Xx
Ponder 15 18 12 20 -- 65

Ponder (11-3) -- Waldo 22, Gibson 7, Schluter 14, Bean 2, Hutcherson 2, Anderson 8, T. Akins 3. D. Akins 6. Fossett 3

Girls

Princeton tournament 

PRINCETON — Competing in the Princeton tournament championship game, the Krum Lady Bobcats struggled to score and fell to Lucas Lovejoy 54-35. 

Krum trailed by 15 at the break and was unable to come back from that deficit.

Rhett Robinson, Ashleigh Wiley and Tori Hamilton had six points apiece in the losing effort.

The Krum girls will visit Bells at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. 

Lucas Lovejoy 54, Krum 35

Lucas Lovejoy 19 11 14 10 -- 54
Krum 10 5 7 13 -- 35

Lucas Lovejoy -- Lyne 16, Taylor 12, Rekina 9, Bennett 6, McFadden 5, Meredith 2, Autumn 2, Hanson 2

Krum (7-7) -- Robinson 6, Wiley 6, Hamilton 6, Savana Renau 5, Olivia Kamesch 4, Bailey Simmons 3, Kiley Jo Noday 3, Kamryn Downhour 2

Highway 5 Classic

ANNA — The Braswell Lady Bengals bounced back from a Friday loss by routing Anna 49-39 to end their weekend at the Highway 5 Classic.

The combination of scoring from Tiarah Starks (13) and Aminah Hall (12) carried Braswell to victory.

The Lady Bengals have Tuesday night off before hosting Sherman on Friday at 6:15 p.m.

Braswell 49, Anna 39

Braswell 12 14 15 8 -- 49
Anna 8 10 714 -- 39

Braswell (7-9) -- Kaiya Turner 8, Sydney Tyler 3, Kamryn Gibson 4, Lezyria Wilson 6, Hall 12, Starks 13, Corissa Palmer 3

Anna -- Bert 3, Stewart 4, Medrick 7, Littleton 2, Howell 9, Evans 13, Wells 1

Era tournament

ERA — The Aubrey Lady Chaps fell to host team Era in the tournament final 40-34.

Aubrey had trouble scoring in the fourth quarter, as Era outscored it 17-4 in the final frame.

Kathi Mae Dow and Miranda Nowak were the top scorers for Aubrey with nine points apiece. Both girls were named to the all-tournament team.

The Lady Chaps will return to action Tuesday night when they host Blue Ridge at 6:15 p.m.

Era 40, Aubrey 34

Aubrey 9 9 12 4 -- 34
Era 9 11 3 17 -- 40

Aubrey (10-5) -- Dow 9, Nowak 9, Kaia Taylor 4, Kinley Ramirez 3, Addison Flick 3, Gabbi Brisso 2, Wylie Dyer 2, Saidie Saxon 2

Ponder 49, Muenster 44

MUENSTER — The Ponder Lady Lions used a big 20-point second quarter to top Muenster in a close game.

Kelley Akins was the lone Lady Lion to reach double figures in scoring with her game-high 14 points. 

Ponder will host Pottsboro at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Ponder 49, Muenster 44

Ponder 8 20 17 4 -- 49
Muenster 13
10 13 8 -- 44

Ponder -- Kaia Williams 4, Akins 14, Macy Popplewell 7, Leigh Medders 9, Chloe Poole 8, Kylie Green 7

Muenster  -- Choate 6, Hermes 2, Sicking 5, A. Anderle 6, Dangelmayr 10, Hennigan 12, Chism 5, B. Anderle 3