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~E~I~S: ....... 7,~ ,~ The Clarendon Enterprise January 14, 2016 uana The seventh grade Lady Colts The eighth grade Lady Colts stayed strong and focused earning a played hard, but fell one point short 28-11 win at home against Quanah in the final minutes of the game, last Thursday night, January 7. Ash- losing 15-16. lynn Newsome and Jade Benson After playing the first quarter shared the toi scorer position with at four all, the Lady Colts took con- 12 points each in the win. trol and had a two-point lead going The Lady Colts jumped on the into the break. After going back and Lady Indians early and used a good forth, the Lady Indians worked back offense to their benefit. They were to go on top by two with only six also sound on the defensive side and minutes left in the game. only allowed their opponent to get Kira Weatherton put in eight, to double figures at the final buzzer. Darcie Hunsaker had three, and Their aggressiveness on both ends of Madi Gay and Giselle Mellado each the court was solid and the ladies did finished with two. a good job playing team ball. Fin- The Lady Colts will play in the ishing up the scoring was Amnesty Childress Tournament January 14 Oatman and Zhala Bassett with two and 16 and will play at home Janu- points each. ary 18 against Memphis at 5:00 p.m. in win uana The eighth grade Colts puthad three. Clay Ward and Marcus together four good periods of play at Lilly put in two points each in the Quanah and earned a 24-16 win. win. The eighth grade Colts used "It was a tale of two halves with early opportunities to go up eight both teams," coach Brad Elam said. points on their opponent in the first "I thought we played very well in quarter of play, while holding them the first half, but second half, not so scoreless in that period. They contin- good. I thought defensively, the sev- ued their dominance over the Indians enth grade and eighth played a great as the game progressed with aggres- first half. Offensively, we struggled. sive defense and solid offense. The We have a lot of work to do, but I do Indians could only muster 16 points see improvement." in the entire game and was handed Both Colt teams will participate the eight-point loss. in the Childress Tournament January Jamal Butler was on target and 14 and 16 and will be on the road led the Colts with 13 points. Collin January 18 in Memphis beginning at Butler added four and Trent Smith 5:00 p.m. slams White Deer The Bronco junior varsity exe- after the first period, but widened cuted their offense and shut down the gap before the break. The Bucks everything White Deer tried in their were able to work back a little after 52-26 win on White Deer's home the break, but the Broncos regrouped court last Friday. in the final period of play to seal the The team worked together on win. both ends of the court while caus- "The boys had another slow ing frustration in their opponent, start, but eventually got on track at Brothers Noab and Preston Elam the end of the second quarter," coach combined for five three-pointers in Alton Gaines said. "We really came the game finishing with 11 and nine out in the third quarter with a lot points respectively to lead the Bron- more intensity defensively, that cre- cos. Isaac Dunham put in 10 points, ated a lot of turnovers that turned and Payton Havens also helped with into points. We still need to get some nine points in the win. Daquawne rust off before district. Good job, Oliver helped with eight, Ryan Ward JV." put in three, and Caton Grahn added The Bronco JV will go open two points, district play Friday, at Memphis and The Broncos only led by six then travel to Shamrock January 19. Coach Hicks meets with tt~e adv ,:~)lts during their game last week, The Seventh Grade gi~ Is i~ :~i~l beat Quanah 28 to 11. Jamal Butler bringing down the hnli for !:he Colts. COURTESY PHOTO / LISA GRAHN (;(){JR/I.SY PHO[O / LISA GRAHN PEST CONTROL "Is your place an ace place?" Terry & Jason Wheeler, C.A. TPCL 10615 www. acepestcontro[, pro 806-372-5449 ace. pest@yahoo.cam We Specialize in General Pest, Termite, Pretreot nts Drilling & Hwy. 287 West, Clarendon Water Well Specialist Turnkey Systems Solar Windmill Electric Irrigation 30 Years Experience John E. Morrow (806)874-2704 (806)662-3943 Joey & Brenda Lee Lee's Insurance / PO Box 189 Clarendon, Texas 79226 806.874.2130 HOME AUTO LIFE COMMERCIAL JW POWERLINE INVENTORY REDUCTION AUCTION TUES., JAN. 26 Bid n starcs/O crone purple ~-~ auction ALL ITEMS SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE! Including: heavy trucks, trailers, trencher, dozer, forklifts, pickups & more. 1 i~.,' ~ l~h