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2012 Basketball Preview

Boys Basketball Preview: Players to Watch

Tatum's Robbie Rockwell. (Matthew Hogan Photography)
Tatum's Robbie Rockwell. (Matthew Hogan Photography)

EAST TEXAS BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS TO WATCH

KRIS ANDERSON, WHITE OAK
Position: Point guard
Class: Senior
Height: 5-foot-7
2011-12 stats: 11.5 ppg, 5.5 apg, 3.7 spg; two-time TABC all-region selection
Quoteworthy: "Our whol

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Girls Basketball Preview: Players to Watch

Tyler T.K. Gorman's Michelle Obach. (Matthew Hogan Photography)
Tyler T.K. Gorman's Michelle Obach. (Matthew Hogan Photography)

EAST TEXAS GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS TO WATCH
SKY HOLMES, PINE TREE
Position: Post
Class: Sophomore
Height: 6-foot-3
2011-12 Stats: 12 ppg, 17 rpg, 4 bpg, 2 spg; 2011-12 district newcomer of the year

HAILY JENKINS, MARTIN'S MILL
Position: Guard
Class: Senior
Height: 5-foot-8
2011-12 Stats: 22 ppg, 7 rpg, 11 apg; 2011-12 TABC all-state selection
Quoteworthy: “The same thing as last year, but come out with a ‘W’ this year. I think my teammates are ready to work harder than they did last year. And with being a senior, it’s your last shot, your last chance; you’ve got to give it your all. My expectation

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2012-13 Girls Basketball Preview: Top-Ranked Martin’s Mill Aiming to Finish the Job at State

(From left) Tyler Lee's Ciara Johnson, Pine Tree's Abby Mitchell, Pittsburg's Cheyenne Ramey and Tyler T.K. Gorman's Michelle Obach. (ETSN.fm)
(From left) Tyler Lee's Ciara Johnson, Pine Tree's Abby Mitchell, Pittsburg's Cheyenne Ramey and Tyler T.K. Gorman's Michelle Obach. (ETSN.fm)

Few were surprised when the Martin's Mill Lady Mustangs reached the girls state basketball tournament last year for the seventh consecutive season.

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2012-13 Boys Basketball Preview: Defending State Champion White Oak Primed to Protect Crown

(From left) Whitehouse's Patrick Mahomes, Tatum's Robbie Rockwell, John Tyler's Tyus Bowser, Cayuga's Preston Anderson and White Oak's Kris Anderson. (ETSN.fm)
(From left) Whitehouse's Patrick Mahomes, Tatum's Robbie Rockwell, John Tyler's Tyus Bowser, Cayuga's Preston Anderson and White Oak's Kris Anderson. (ETSN.fm)

Ron Boyett and his White Oak Roughnecks start the 2012-13 season where they finished last year: No. 1.

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Martin’s Mill Star Haily Jenkins Looking to Overcome Torn ACL [VIDEO]

Martin's Mill senior Haily Jenkins, a McNeese State commit, is the ETSN.fm Girls Basketball Player of the Year. (© Christopher R. Vinn, ETSN.fm)
Martin's Mill senior Haily Jenkins, a McNeese State commit, is the ETSN.fm Girls Basketball Player of the Year. (© Christopher R. Vinn, ETSN.fm)

MARTIN'S MILL -- Haily Jenkins has been a fixture at the girls state basketball tournament ever since stepping onto the court as a freshman.

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