Middle school basketball: Strickland earns split with McMath in boys action

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The Strickland Vikings had three players score in double figure to lead the way for a 47-36 victory over the McMath Tigers on Monday night in seventh grade A-team action.

Trayvon Brockington scored 16 points, Kosi Eldridge had 11 and Spencer Sanders had 10 to help lead the Vikings to their second win of the season.

 

McMath 8th-grade A 50, Strickland 37

The McMath Tigers got 11 points each from Dyland Baker and Connor Cocchiarella in picking up their first victory of the season.

Colt Atkinson added 10 points, while Wyatt Folsom finished with eight, as McMath is now 1-2 for the season.

McMath recorded a 34-33 victory over Strickland in the B-team game behind 15 points from Ryan Thompson, and completed the sweep with a 21-16 win in the C-team game as Troy Valdary led the way with 11 points.

 

Little Elm 7th-grade A 43, Crownover 31

Little Elm used a 24-point second half to break open a tight game against Crownover.

Connor Riddle and Spencer Eaton led Crownover with eight points each, while Trent Hunter added four.

 

Little Elm 7th-grade B 27, Crownover 24

Dabira Ogunwuy pumped in 11 points, while Lyle Ingram and Reid Hunteman added three each, but the Cowboys fell short against Little Elm, losing their first game of the year against two wins.

 

Little Elm 7th-grade C 21, Crownover 20

Little Elm made it a clean sweep in the seventh-grade games with the one-point win.

Brandon Hulan scored six points and Garrett Keuer added four for the Cowboys (2-1).

 

Girls

Strickland 8th-grade A 44, McMath 10

The Strickland Lady Vikings got balanced scoring from four players to roll to a 34-point victory over McMath.

Courtney Miller led the way for Strickland with 11 points, while Brittany Eccles and Megan Birk added eight each, Kalei Forst had seven and Julie Guerrero finished with six.

Lindsay DeVore and Lily Mansour led the Lady Tigers with four points each.

 

Strickland 8th-grade B 15, McMath 10

Alyson Beard scored four points and Shenya Jordan added three as Strickland edged McMath.Jade Townes led the scoring for McMath with eight.

 

Strickland 8th-grade C 10, McMath 6

Cindy Alvarez scored four points and Emily Goff added two in a loss to Strickland.

 

Navo 8th-grade A 43, Harpool 30

Navo evened its season record to 3-3 with the victory over Harpool.

Julia McKeathan led the scoring for Navo with 11 points, while Hannah Sargent had eight and Asyah Touchstone finished with six.

 

Navo 8th-grade B 27, Harpool 15

Navo improved its record to 3-0 with the 12-point triumph over Harpool.

Kendra Dora led the Lady Panthers with 10 points, while Alyssa Allen added four points and led the team in rebounds.

 

McMath 7th-grade A 31, Strickland 16

The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 12-4 first quarter lead en route to their second win of the season against one loss.

Kate Cowan led the scoring for McMath with 10 points, while Breanna Wolford added nine and Holly Higgs had eight.

 

McMath 7th-grade B 19, Strickland 16

McMath rallied from a 14-4 halftime deficit to take a three-point victory over Strickland and improve its record to 2-1.

Zoe Neale scored eight points and, along with Erika Samaniego, led the second-half defensive effort. Alise Walther added four points for the Lady Tigers.

 

Strickland 7th-grade C 11, McMath 8

Cynthia Almarez and Jessica Wences each scored four points for McMath in the loss to Strickland.

 

Navo 7th-grade A 28, Harpool 17

Navo charged out to a commanding 16-4 halftime lead and never looked back in leading Harpool its first loss this season.

Jamie Means led the scoring for Navo with 13 points, while Kaiya Turner finished with 10 and Taylor Pierce had five. Sydney Tyler led the Lady Panthers in assists, while Jessica Utz was the top rebounder. Alexiss Benton led the Harpool scorers with 10 points, while Katherine Silvaggio added four.

 

Navo 7th-grade B 21, Harpool 17

Navo jumped out to a seven-point first-quarter advantage en route to the victory over Harpool.

Sophie Ramirez led the scoring for the Lady Longhorns with eight points.

 

Navo 7th-grade C 8, Harpool 7

Harpool’s Mallory Pittman scored four of her team’s seven points in a loss to Navo.

 

Little Elm 7th-grade A 15, Crownover 14

Taylor Wallace scored six points and Ashley Schroeder added four points in the one-point loss to Little Elm.

 

Little Elm 7th-grade B 12, Crownover 11

Cami Rockwell paced the Lady Cowboys with six points, while Ashley Stolle and Elena Arellano had two each in the loss to Little Elm.

 

Crownover 7th-grade C 22, Little Elm 1

Brittany Bejar, Macey Ragel, Ayanna Brown and Corbi Grubbs each scored four points as the Lady Cowboys rolled past Little Elm.

 

Lake Dallas 7th-grade A 43, Calhoun 15

Calhoun’s Davionna McHenry scored seven points and Juanita SantaMaria added five in the Lady Cougars’ loss.

 

Lake Dallas 7th-grade B 47, Calhoun 4

Veronica Chavez and Rosi SantaMaria had two points each in Calhoun’s lopsided loss to Lake Dallas.

 

Frisco Invitational Tournament

Navo 8th-grade A 30, Stafford 7

Behind the offensive output of Julia McKeathen, the Navo Lady Panthers captured third place Saturday in the Frisco Invitational Middle School Tournament.

McKeathen scored 16 points, while Sidney Finch handed out seven assists, C’year Coleman had four steals and Alexus Evans and Hannah Sargent pulled down five rebounds each.

 

Navo 7th-grade A 38, Clark 16

Taylor Pierce had her best game of the season to lead the Lady Panthers to a 22-point victory over Clark and third place in the Frisco Invitational Tournament.

Pierce scored 23 points in leading the Lady Panthers, while Sydney Tyler, Kaiya Turner and Jessica Utz were strong on defense.

 


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