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Boys Basketball Roundup: Whitehouse Storms Back on Nacogdoches, No. 8 San Augustine Beats No. 23 West Sabine + More

NACOGDOCHES — Whitehouse outscored Nacogdoches by 21 points in the second half to erase a 15-point halftime deficit in Tuesday’s 59-53 road win in District 16-4A play.

Whitehouse (19-6, 3-1) used a 41-20 second-half advantage to come back for the win. The Wildcats trailed 33-18 at halftime, but tied the game 39-39 entering the fourth quarter.

Jaylon Dews led Whitehouse with 16 points. Patrick Mahomes added 15 points, eight rebounds, and eight steals, while Jake Parker had 10 points and 11 rebounds. Spencer Shaw scored 10 points.

Nacogdoches’ Austin Willeford scored a game-high 24 points. Teammate D’Ante Riggins scored 10.

Caleb Chumley Sparks Pine Tree’s 12-Point Win at Sulphur Springs

SULPHUR SPRINGS — Caleb Chumley scored 29 points to lead Pine Tree to a 53-41 victory at Sulphur Springs in Tuesday’s District 14-4A meeting.

Pine Tree (9-17, 2-2) got nine points from Robert Hines and eight points from Victor Hawkins.

The loss dropped Sulphur Springs to 6-21 overall and 0-4 in 14-4A play.

No. 22 Chapel Hill Rolls to 73-49 Rout of Henderson

HENDERSON — Julius Hill scored 21 points to lead 22nd-ranked Chapel Hill to a 73-49 win at Henderson on Tuesday.

Chapel Hill’s Keilon Moore and Kavondre Wallace combined for 23 points. The Bulldogs improved to 18-7 overall and 7-0 in District 16-3A.

Chapel Hill takes a 12-game winning streak into Friday’s home game against Gilmer.

No. 2 White Oak Blows Out Union Grove, 93-35

UNION GROVE — Five Roughnecks scored in double figures and two more scored at least seven points to lead No. 2 White Oak to a 93-35 rout at Union Grove in Tuesday’s District 17-2A matchup.

Slade Sutton led White Oak (24-1, 8-0) with 17 points, while Kris Anderson had 16 points, eight assists, and five rebounds. Josh Benson had 12 points and six rebounds, and Skylar Sutton scored 12 points.

White Oak’s Levi Yancy contributed 10 points and seven rebounds. Hayden Nichols scored eight points and Tanner Sharp added seven.

Hunter Gray led Union Grove with eight points. Teammate Garrett Gibson scored seven.

Robbie Rockwell Lights It Up in No. 4 Tatum’s Rout

DIANA — Robbie Rockwell hit nine 3-pointers and scored 34 points to lead the fourth-ranked Tatum Eagles to a 92-38 rout of New Diana on Tuesday in District 17-2A competition.

The win improved Tatum to 23-7 overall and 7-1 in district, while New Diana fell to 12-12 and 3-5.

Tatum is back in action Friday at home against Union Grove, while New Diana is at Jefferson.

Troup Remains Unbeaten in District with 15-Point Win at Harmony

ROSEWOOD — Richard Lacy and Shaq Rollins scored 15 points apiece to lead Troup to a 66-51 win at Harmony in Tuesday’s District 18-2A meeting.

Blake Lynch and Bradley Stewart scored nine points apiece for Troup, which improved to 8-0 in 18-2A.

Harmony’s Alan Peralta scored a game-high 21 points, while teammate Reid Rendon scored 19 points, including five three-pointers. Harmony fell to 8-17 overall and 1-7 in district action.

Winona Outlasts Arp, 55-48

WINONA — Kevron Jackson scored 24 points to lead the Winona Wildcats past Arp, 55-48, Tuesday in District 18-2A action.

Joe Marsh added 12 points (all on 3-pointers) for Winona (8-12, 3-5).

Mikechell Potts led Arp (3-5 in district) with 19 points. Brody Pless had 11 points, while Michael Roberson contributed 10 in the losing effort.

Winona’s season continues Friday at Frankston, while Arp plays host to Harmony.

Edgewood Slips By Como-Pickton, 42-40

COMO — Jackson Tyner notched a double-double to lead Edgewood to a 42-40 win at Como-Pickton in Tuesday’s District 14-2A game.

Tyner had 18 points and 11 rebounds in the win, which pushed Edgewood to 18-8 overall and 7-1 in district. Teammate Jacob Sharff had seven points, three rebounds, three assists, and two steals, while Eugene Dillard had six points, eight boards, two assists, and two steals.

Como-Pickton’s Corbin Flora scored 17 points, while teammate Ryan Humphrey netted 15. The loss dropped Como-Pickton to 3-5 in district.

No. 8 San Augustine Beats No. 23 West Sabine
in Matchup of Ranked 23-A D-I Teams

PINELAND — Jarvis Smith dominated inside while Desmond Randle and Bobby Tanner combined for almost three dozen points to lead No. 8 San Augustine to a 59-44 win at No. 23 West Sabine on Tuesday.

Smith led San Augustine (13-5, 4-0) with 16 points and 18 rebounds, including 10 offensive boards. Randle scored 19 points, while Tanner had 14 points, seven rebounds, and seven steals.

San Augustine’s Jeremy Jenkins scored eight points. Al Horton had six rebounds and six assists.

Six Flyers Reach Double Figures in 28-Point LaPoynor Victory

LA RUE — No. 11 LaPoynor had six players score in double figures to power a 72-44 home win against Overton in Tuesday’s District 17-A Division I contest.

Mason Motal led the Flyers (20-5) with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Wade Lang and Ashton Abendroth scored 13 and 11 points, respectively.

James Jackson had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Octavious Crear and Deon Johnson each scored 10 points. Logan McClelland led LaPoynor with eight assists.

Dallas Parish Episcopal Too Much For Tyler Grace

DALLAS — Dallas Parish Episcopal rolled to a 74-48 win over Tyler Grace on Tuesday in TAPPS District 2-4A action.

Verlo Levels led the Cougars (11-11, 2-3) with 12 points, four rebounds and two assists. Trevor Gunter added 12 points, nine boards and a block and Andrew Melhart contributed 12 points and three assists.

Grace is back in action Friday at home against Tyler T.K. Gorman.

Other boys basketball scores from Tuesday …

  • Tyler Lee 49, Rockwall 46
  • Lufkin 57, A&M Consolidated 42
  • Corsicana 49, Lindale 40
  • Canton 72, Athens 63
  • Brownsboro 55, Mabank 47
  • Kilgore 48, Spring Hill 44
  • Daingerfield 86, Linden-Kildare 36
  • Sabine 48, West Rusk 42
  • Jefferson 77, Ore City 36
  • Frankston 38, Hawkins 35
  • Martin’s Mill 76, Beckville 31
  • Saltillo 72, Karnack 26
  • Avinger 56, Bloomburg 47
  • Dallas Christian 71, Tyler T.K. Gorman 44
  • Carrollton Prince of Peace 64, Tyler All Saints 58
  • Bullard Brook 74, Dallas Thunder 53

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