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Terius Maxie (No. 22) grabs air on the way for 2 points. Photos by Charles BallardTerius Maxie (No. 22) grabs air on the way for 2 points. Photos by Charles BallardTCNS staff

CENTERVILLE — The Bulldogs apparently took too long of a break over the holidays, as their play suffered and they lost 53-44 to the Neches Tigers on Friday.

Head Coach Geoff Hollis said that the team had not played since Dec. 17 and was extremely rusty, not playing well at all. 

The Bulldogs were down 16-4 at the end of the first quarter, but fought back to a 28-18 deficit at halftime. 

At the third, Neches led only by eight and fourth quarter (53-44) were pretty even. 

“This definitely was a tough loss,” he said.

Our Tuesday matchup at Apple Springs was called off due to COVID concerns.


GROVETON — The Indians lost to the Slocum Mustangs 52-31 on Friday.

The loss puts Groveton at 3-13 overall and 1-1 in district.

On Dec. 4, the Indians downed the Latexo Tigers 43-24.


COLDSPRING — The Trinity Tigers lost their district match against Coldspring-Oakhurst 69-62 on Friday.

Standouts were Terius Maxie with 26 points, Tristian Martinez with 13 and Zylan Woods with 12.

On Dec. 4, the Tigers beat Anderson-Shiro 45-32.

The Tigers’ record stands at 6-14 overall and 1-2 in district play.



LATEXO —The Lady Indians defeated the Lady Tigers 56-24 on Dec. 4.


COLDSPRING — The Trinity Lady Tigers lost 61-38 against the Coldspring-Oakhurst Lady Trojans on Jan. 7.

Top scorer was Nevaeh Craft with 19 points, followed by Dayanara Martinez with 6, and Diara Woods and Shauna English with 5 apiece.

On Dec. 4, the Lady Tigers fell to the Anderson-Shiro Lady Owls 70-48.

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