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Lady Steers down Kermit, Steers to take on Permian

December 7, 2012

Big Spring's Chellsie Clay goes for a layup during a game earlier in the week. Clay put up 11 points for the Lady Steers during Thursday's 39-24 win over Kermit in Monahans.

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MONAHANS — Yaneira Tuitt banked 15 points as well as 10 rebounds and five blocks and Chellsie Clay added 11 points, four rebounds and three assists to guide the Lady Steers to a 39-24 tournament-opening win over Kermit.

BSHS (8-5) resumes play today in Monahans.

LAMESA — The Steers (4-5) will kick off their tournament today against Odessa Permian at 1:30 p.m. The Steers are coming off back-to-back overtime wins against San Angelo Lake View.


GAIL — The Buffaloes (4-1) pummeled New Home 48-18 in their first game in the Borden County Tournament.

J.T Breyman contributed 13 points and five rebounds; Dillon Bagnall chipped in eight points, four assists, five rebounds and five steals; Aric Hernandez added eight points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals; Kade Fannin accounted for eight points, 10 rebounds and four steals; Jerol Womack had six points, eight rebounds and one steal; Clayton Galloway put up four points and had six rebounds two steals and one assist.

Forsan resumes play today in Gail.


STANTON — The Bulldogettes (2-4) lost their first meeting at the Stanton Hooptown Tournament, 42-29 to Sweetwater.

“We gave up 18 offensive rebounds, which was the difference in the game,” Head Coach Paul Hartman said.

Coahoma plays again today against Midland Greenwood's J.V. Squad.


STANTON — The Buffaloes — hosts of the Hooptown Tournament — started strong on their home turf with a 40-25 win over Midland Classical. The Lady Buffs also fared well, downing Midland Greenwood's J.V. Squad 55-21.


WATER VALLEY — Grady opened the Water Valley Classic Tournament on Thursday with two straight wins. The Wildcats' defeated San Angelo 78-47 on the strength of Brandon Lucas — who accounted for 28 points total including eight three-point baskets. Brett Glaze added 17 and Taylor Polson put up 14.

Ivan SanJuan led the Wildcats in the second game, scoring 15 in a 83-26 rout of Sterling City.

Grady resumes play today against Iraan.

Other scores:

Sands (boys) defeated Sweetwater 50-33 at Stanton Hooptown Tournament.
Garden City (boys) defeated Jayton in OT, 62-60 at Highland Hilltopper Classic.

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