Spring Hill Bears and Lady Bears split road wins at Foreman on last Friday night. The Lady Bears won 57-41 to sweep their season series meeting over the Foreman Lady Gators. Gerren Smith @hopegman
Spring Hill Bears and Lady Bears split road wins at Foreman on last Friday night. The Lady Bears won 57-41 to sweep their season series meeting over the Foreman Lady Gators.
Tonight, the Hope Bobcats and Ladycats will conclude their series match-up hosting the Spa City hoopsters of Hot Springs Trojans and Lady Trojans at Jones Field House Gymnasium. Gerren Smith @hopegman
Tonight, the Hope Bobcats and Ladycats will conclude their series match-up hosting the Spa City hoopsters of Hot Springs Trojans and Lady Trojans at Jones Field House Gymnasium.
Blevins Jr. Hornets had no problems picking up victory on the road in their match-up against the Mineral Springs Jr. Hornets 42-22 last Friday night. Gerren Smith @hopegman
Blevins Jr. Hornets had no problems picking up victory on the road in their match-up against the Mineral Springs Jr. Hornets 42-22 last Friday night. The Jr. Hornets were led by David Franks dropping 17 points and Robert Carrigan posted 11 points for double-figures.
Hope Bobcats take close home loss to longtime school arch rivals Magnolia 36-31. Jay Conway led scoring with 14 points in double-figures, Jaloni Davis posted seven points and Nate Carter drained two 3-pointers for six points for the Cats. https://t.co/CU4Hvf5jnC
Hope Ladycats fall to school rivals' Magnolia 42-27. Andria Curtis led scoring posting eight points with two trifecta's from behind the arc and Jaleia Davis finished with seven points. https://t.co/Cb76hvGx9u
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