Bulldogs post first district wins of the season
APPLE SPRINGS — It was a big week for Centerville’s varsity boys, who needed to get into the district win column.
They did just that with two big wins — 57-35 over Kennard on Jan. 10 and 52-46 over county rival Apple Springs on Friday.
The Bulldogs move to 2-3 in district play as they travel to Slocum and Neches this week to try to stay in the win column and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Head Coach Geoffrey Hollis the week’s wins were a huge boost to the team.
“We needed to play some good basketball and get some big wins this week, and we accomplished that,” Hollis said. “I couldn’t be prouder of my guys and all the work we put into this. These guys give everything they got every time they step on that floor.”
Top scorers in the Jan. 10 game include Aydn Self with 19 points, Iain Kendrick with 11 points, Brayden Watson with 10 points, Blayn Self with 8 points, Colton Brasuell with 5 points, Ty Powers with 3 points and Payson Dickinson with 1 point.
For Friday, leaders were Aydn Self with 33 points, Brayden Watson with 9 points, Blayn Self with 5 points and Colton Brasuell with 4 points.
The Groveton Indians fell to the Centerville Tigers 65-45 on Friday.
Top scorers were Jarrett Loftin and Billy Thomas, both with 10 points and 10 rebounds apiece.
The Trinity Tigers were outclassed 58-49 by the Coldspring-Oakhurst Trojans.
The Apple Springs JV team downed the Centerville Bulldogs 3-14 on Friday.
Top scorers for Centerville were Ty Havard with 11 points and Walker Thorne with 3 points.
The Apple Springs Lady Eagles downed the Centerville Lady Bulldogs 30-22 on Friday.
Top scorers for Centerville were Kate Rogers with 10 points, Malacie Bolton with 6 points and Brianna Commiato with 6 points.
The Centerville Lady Bulldogs fell to Kennard 26-17 on Jan. 10.
Top scorers for Centerville were Kate Rogers with 8 points, Brianna Commiato with 4 points, Malacie Bolton with 3 points and Sydney Williams with 2 points.
The Groveton Lady Indians edged out the Centerville Lady Tigers 35-31 on Friday.
Top producers were Kiki Smith with 10 points, 5 steals, 5 rebounds and 2 assists,
Anahi Chavez with 8 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals, Laney Peterson with 6 points and 6 rebounds, Aubrey Alexander with 6 points and 6 rebounds and Isavel Bautista with 8 rebounds and 4 steals.
On Jan. 10, Groveton fell to Lovelady 74-39.
Top producers were Kiki Smith with 17 points and 5 rebounds, Stormie Hensley with 5 points and 2 assists and Aubrey Alexander with 5 points.
The Trinity Lady Tigers fell to district rival Coldspring-Oakhurst 53-19 on Friday.
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