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011923 powerlifting 2Members of the Trinity powerlifting team. The Groveton powerlifting team medalists. Courtesy photo

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TRINITY — The Tigers claimed second place at its own powerlifting meet on Saturday.

First place went to Huntsville, while the Groveton Indians came in sixth.

Meanwhile, the Lady Tigers came in third, while the Lady Indians came in sixth at the meet.

For Trinity, Wyatt Bennett, Cole Odom and Hayden Taylor claimed first-place medals in their respective weight classes on the boys side, while Joshlyn Madera claimed a first-place medal for the girls.

For Groveton, Tyler Allen claimed first-place honors.

Boys Individual results
Trinity (Class, Place, Name)
123, 1, Wyatt Bennet
123, 2, Giro Caceres
132, 2, Preston Riddle
148, 6, Creek Copley
148, 7, Johnathon Baker
165, 5, Jayden Ford
181, 1, Cole Odom
181, 10, John Carlson
198, 3, David McKendree
220, 1, Hayden Taylor
220, 2, Aaron Caceres
Groveton (Class, Place, Name)
148, 8, Dylan Newman
181, 8, Andrew Gonzalez
198, 7, Carter Cox
242, 1, Tyler Allen
242, 3, Alan Blanks

Girls Individual results
Trinity (Class, Place, Name)
114, 4, Brooklyn Schubert
123, 2, Darlenne Orellana
123, 3, Tristyn Gustafson
148, 11, Abril Puente
165, 6, Natalie Bates
181, 3, Alexa Ruiz
181, 6, Karlee Sinkinson
198, 3, Avery Crawford
198, 4, Destinee Simmons
198, 6, Zoe Hawkey
198, 8, Taylor Craig
259, 1, Joshlyn Madera
259+, 2, Maria Mendoza-Weaver
Groveton (Class, Place, Name)
123, 4, Samantha Smith
165, 4, Hailey Hall
181, 4, Paislie Voelker
181, 5, Summer Cooper
220, 2, Mercedes Wilson
259+, 4, Leilah Pilgrim

011923 powerlifting 1The Groveton powerlifting team medalists. Courtesy photo

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Trinity wins over Central Heights

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011223 trinity girls soccerThe Lady Tigers soccer team went 2-2 at a recent tournament. Courtesy photo

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TRINITY — The Trinity Lady Tigers downed Central Heights 3-1 on Monday.

The first goal was scored within 30 seconds by LaResa Green, who also kicked in the second.

Alexa Ruiz scored the third goal from the 20-yard line on a free kick.

The Lady Tigers went 2-2 during the Grand Saline tournament, downing New Summerfield and Corrigan-Camden each with a score of 1-0. Yesica Lopez scored the lone goal.

Trinity’s Destinee Simmons, Yesica Lopez and LaResa Green were awarded players of the tournament.

On Day 1 of the tournament, goals were made by Yesi Lopez, Resi Green, and Vanessa Acosta.

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Trinity County Basketball Results

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011223 trinity basketballA Bulldog goes for the layup. Bulldog Colton Brasuell puts up a jumper.Centerville’s Anthony Commiato (No. 23) puts up a shot. Photos by Tony Farkas

Groveton Girls

The Groveton Lady Indians won a district tilt on Friday, beating Grapeland 44-24.

Top scorers were Stormie Hensley with 8 points and  3 steals, Laney Peterson with 18 points, 10 rebounds and  2 assists, Kiki Smith with 16 points, 9 steals, 8 rebounds and  2 assists, and Isavel Bautista with 6 steals and  6 rebounds.

Centerville Girls

The Lady Bulldogs fell to Wells 41-19 on Friday.

Top scorers were Malacie Bolton with 13 points and Kate Rogers with 6 points.

Trinity Girls

The Lady Tigers lost a district matchup with Anderson-Shiro 57-14 on Friday.

Centerville Boys

The Centerville Bulldogs lost two games, falling to Martinsville 78-35 on Jan. 3 and 62-28 to Wells on Friday.

Against Wells, top scorers were Aydn Self with 12 points, Blayn Self with 6 points and Iain Kendrick with 5 points.

On Jan. 3, Kendrick led with 14 points and Self chipped in 6 points.

On Feb. 3, Centerville is hosting Kennard at the Toyota Center in Houston. The girls varsity game will tip off at 12:45 p.m. followed by the boys game right after.

For entry, purchase tickets at rockets.com/promocode and enter promo code CISD. This ticket will get you into the Centerville-Kennard game and the Rockets game that night when they take on the Toronto Raptors. Limited number of discounted tickets available.

Trinity Boys

The Tigers posted two wins and became third-ranked in district after downing Onalaska 61-57 on Jan. 3 and Anderson-Shiro 54-44 on Friday.

Against Anderson, standouts included Jammale Johnson with 14 points and Cameron Anderson, who had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Against Onalaska, Junior Hernandez led with 14 points, followed by Tristian Martinez with 11 points and Kaden Barnes with 10 points.

Groveton Boys

The Indians split games last week, losing to Jasper 71-67 in overtime on Jan. 3, but winning 54-42 over Snook on Friday.

Against Snook, Billy Thomas poured in 10 points, Jarret Loftin had 11 and Daiton Chandler led all scorers with 21 points.

Against Jasper, Bryon Thomas had 19 points, Loftin chipped in 24 to lead and Daiton Chandler finished with 10 points.

Apple Springs Boys

The Eagles split last week’s games, falling 75-45 against Laneville on Jan. 3 but dowing Slocum 43-30 on Friday.

Against Slocum, Dakota Campbell led all shooters with 26 points, while Hunter Davis led rebounds with 10.

Against Laneville, Campbell again topped scoring with 23, and Davis again led in rebounds with 9.

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Centerville splits in tourney

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CHESTER — The Centerville Bulldogs won one and lost three during the Chester Tournament on the weekend.

Against Latexo, Centerville posted a 43-65 loss. Top scorers were Iain Kendrick with 18 points and Brayden Watson with 10 points.

Against Spurger, Centerville posted a 38-50 loss. Top scorers were Aydn Self with 15 points and Iain Kendrick with 12 points.

Against Deweyville, Centerville posted a 55-56 loss. Top scorers were Colton Brasuell with 19 points and Iain Kendrick with 15 points.

Against Kennard, Centerville posted a 47-25 win. Top scorers were Iain Kendrick with 12 points and Colton Brasuell with 11 points.

Apple Springs

The Eagles won one and lost three during the weekend tournament at Woodville.

Apple Springs lost to Woodville 68-20; lost to Coldspring 76-31; won against Goodrich 48-40; and lost to Lumberton 73-15.


On Saturday, Groveton lost to Pineywoods Community Academy 51-42.


The Tigers lost four games at the Houston County Holiday Tournament over the weekend.

Trinity lost to Diboll 65-32; lost to Madisonville 64-33; lost to Grapeland 59-38; and lost to Maypearl 55-40.

Groveton Girls

The Lady Indians lost two games in the last week.

Groveton was downed 56-38 by Crockett, and 41-39 by Buffalo.

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Lady Indians capture tourney title

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120822 groveton ladiesThe Groveton Lady Indians took first in the Apple Springs Holiday Hoops Tournament. Courtesy photo

By Tony Farkas
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APPLE SPRINGS — The Groveton Lady Indians took first place out of a pool of eight teams at the annual Apple Springs Holiday Hoops Basketball Tournament last weekend.

Groveton downed Chester 57-28, Richards 50-6 and beat Trinity in the finals 35-20.

In the Chester game, top scorers were Kiki Smith with 13 points, 4 steals and 6 rebounds; Laney Peterson with 12 points and 6 rebounds; Isavel Bautista with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks; Anahi Chavez with 11 points, 5 steals and 4 rebounds; Emma Alexander with 6 points and 4 steals; and Stormie Hensley with 3 points and 1 block.

In the Richards game, top producers were Anahi Chavez with 10 points and 4 steals; Laney Peterson with 9 points and 6 steals; Kiki Smith with 9 points, 6 steals and 7 rebounds; Stormie Hensley with 6 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals; Emma Alexander with 5 points and 3 rebounds; Marie Gonzalez with 5 points; Isavel Bautista with 4 points, 5 steals and 3 rebounds; Daisia Leonard with 2 points; and Zoeie Hardin with 5 steals and 4 rebounds.

In the finals against Trinity, Kiki Smith had 17 points, 10 steals, 6 rebounds and 3 blocks; Anahi Chavez had 8 points and 4 steals; Laney Peterson had 4 points and 6 rebounds; Isavel Bautista had 10 rebounds, 2 steals and 3 blocks; Marie Gonzalez had 2 assists; and Emma Alexander had 2 assists.

•The Trinity Lady Tigers were runners up in the tournament, losing the championship game to Groveton.

Freshman Bree Davidson had a game high of 15 points in the first game against Corrigan.

The defense was led by Shawwna English with 8 blocks, Taneya Maxie led the team in rebounds and Olivia Mills led the team in steals.

The Lady Tigers downed Corrigan-Camden 33-17 in the first round of the tournament.

No scores were available for Apple Springs.

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