Roundup: Sanger defeats Krum in District 9-3A opener

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SANGER — Joseph Clark’s 17 points anchored Sanger in a 55-43 win over Krum late Friday night in the District 9-3A opener for both schools.

Wilding Smith added 12 points in the victory for the Indians (11-11). Krum’s Nick Perches, Jared Cowan and Riley Marshall each had 10 points.

Sanger 55, Krum 43

Krum  8  6  10  19 — 43

Sanger  6  13  13  23 — 55

Krum — Colton Knierim 3, Nick Perches 10, Jared Cowan 10, Lane Miller 4, Jarrett Deaton 2, Riley Marshall 10, Colten Graham 2, Garrett Koiner 2.

Sanger — Wilding Smith 12, Garrett McCleod 6, Joseph Clark 17, Tanner Thomas 4, Hayden Higgs 4, Baley Garza 2, Casey Sykes 2, Kyle Link 1, Tyler Roelofs 7.

 

Celina 58, Aubrey 56

AUBREY — Celina’s Riley Nebeker hit the game-winning basket with two seconds left to hand Aubrey a loss late Friday in the District 10-3A opener for both schools.

The Chaparrals (10-13) were led by Drew Davis’ 21 points and 11 rebounds, while Cole Cannon added 12 points and Michael Page scored nine points.

Celina 58, Aubrey 56

Celina  19  7  17  15 — 58

Aubrey  13  16  8  19 — 56

Celina — Jeff Sims 14, Riley Nebeker 13, Cooper Harris 9, Caleb Knowles 6, Trace Young 4, Jacob Maday 4, Chance Loggins 4, Graham Buchanan 2, Jarren Alexander 1.

Aubrey — Drew Davis 21, Cole Cannon 12, Michael Page 9, Will Green 6, Bo Loftin 4, Logan Boyett 2, Cooper Turrubiarte 2.

 

Girls soccer

Argyle 3, Burleson 1

AZLE — Argyle capped an undefeated weekend at the Azle tournament with a 3-1 over Burleson on Saturday afternoon.

Cassie Hargroves, Hannah Neece and Lindsey Eckert each scored for the Lady Eagles (3-0-1). Lauren Oellermann and Neece each had an assist.

Argyle finished third in the tournament because of its scoreless draw against Azle on Friday. Azle advanced to the tournament’s championship game because it allowed fewer goals than Argyle in the tournament.


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