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Groveton loses two, moves to 1-3 in district

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Bryon Thomas tries to find the angle.Bryon Thomas tries to find the angle.

TCNS staff

GRAPELAND — The Groveton Indians lost to host Grapeland Sandies 66-49 on Jan. 23.

Daiton Chandler was the leading scorer with 21 points, followed by Billy Thomas with 16 points.

On Friday, the Indians lost to Lovelady 46-25, with Chandler leading scoring with 11 points.

Apple Springs

The Eagles lost to the Laneville Yellowjackets 77-26 on Friday.

Head Coach Jeffrey Browning said the team had its worst shooting game of the year, whereas Laneville couldn’t miss.

“We never could get in a routine, and couldn’t find our shots,” he said.

Top scorers were Dakota Campbell with 7 and Zeth Dugat with 5.

On Jan. 23, Apple Springs outlasted Kennard, winning 56-48.

Browning said the team started out kind of hot, and jumped out to a little bit of a lead, but cooled off allowing Kennard to fight their way back.

Apple Springs went back-and-forth in the third, but then pulled away in the fourth to get the win.

Top scorers were Campbell with 19, Ethan Randell with 13 and Caden Diaz with 13. Campbell and Randell also pulled down 10 rebounds apiece.


The Tigers were downed by Onalaska 55-49 on Friday.

On Jan. 23, Trinity was victorious over New Waverly 53-49.


The Bulldogs lost two games last week, 100-46 to Laneville on Thursday and 84-54 to Martinsville on Friday.



The Groveton Lady Indians played Lovelady Friday and held them to score of 30-19 at half, but couldn’t hold on with the final being 67-26.

Leading scorer was Kiki Smith with 11 points, followed by Kayleigh Albus with 5 points and Darbi Parker with 4 points.

On Jan. 23, Groveton played at Grapeland and lost 46-42.

Head Coach Rhett Peterson said the game was back and forth much of the time, with the final ending up in Grapeland’s favor.

Leading scorers were Kiki Smith with 17, Emma Alexander with 8, Lauren Moore with 6, Laney Peterson with 5 and Darbi Parker with 4.


The Lady Tigers were downed by Onalaska 55-28 on Friday.

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