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Lady Indians, Indians earn wins over Trinity Christian, Mountain Pine

The Caddo Hills Lady Indians and Indians marched closer to the 7-1A District Tournament with wins over Trinity Christian and Mountain Pine last week.

Caddo Hills hosted Mountain Pine last Tuesday with the Lady Indians earning a 66-21 victory over the visiting Lady Red Devils. 

Caddo Hills opened the game with a 19-9 run and wrapped up the first half with a 39-11 lead. The third quarter was more competitive, but the Lady Indians managed to add to their lead with a 12-8 run. Caddo Hills closed out the game strong with a 15-2 performance in the final quarter.

Taylor Allen led the Lady Indians with 19 points, followed by Peyton Powell with 11 and Loren Bell with 10. Capri Fogle scored eight and Ashton Young scored six. Kennedy Avila and Kyleigh Veazey each scored five and Cinthia Lopez scored one.

The Indians closed out the night with a 56-38 victory over the visiting Red Devils in senior boys action.

Both teams had their foot on the throttle in the first period with Caddo Hills easing out to a 19-15 lead. Things slowed down a bit in the second quarter, but the Indians were able to add to their lead with a 12-7 run.

The third period was really the difference maker in the game with Caddo Hills outscoring Mountain Pine 14-5 to take a 45-27 lead with one quarter to go. The Indians held on in the fourth to win the game by 18.

Connor Kincannon led the Indians with 27 points. He scored the first six points of the game and 20 of the Indians 31 first half points. Jarrett Runyan scored 12, Tate Dumont scored six, Matt Turner scored four, Bryson Scott scored three, Keegan Williamson scored two and Andrew West and Samuel Bell each scored a point.

The only Mountain Pine victory came in the junior boys game. The Junior Red Devils defeated Caddo Hills 51-18. MJ Cureton led the Junior Indians with nine points, Richard Owens scored four, Calek Kersey scored three and Devon West scored one.

Caddo Hills ended the week with victories over the visiting Trinity Christian Warriors.

Both games ended with a running clock as the Lady Indians earned a 64-17 win and the Indians walked away with a 72-42 victory.

The Lady Indians held Trinity Christian to single digits in each of the four quarters, outscoring them 18-5, 26-3, 10-8 and 10-1 in each of the four quarters respectively.

Four Lady Indians ended the game with double digit scoring efforts. Taylor Allen led the way with 13 points, followed by Ashton Young, Kennedy Avila and Peyton Powell each scoring 11. Capri Fogle and Kyleigh Veazey each scored eight and Loren Bell scored two.

The Indians set the tone early with a 21-10 run in the first period. Caddo Hills had seven players score in the second quarter as they increased their lead to 25 with a 24-10 effort.

They put the game away in the third with a 22-10 scoring drive. Trinity Christian was able to outscore Caddo Hills 12-5 in the fourth.

Connor Kincannon led the Indians with 22 points, 16 of which came in the first half. Matt Turner scored 12 and Keegan Williamson scored 10. Jarrett Runyan and Bryson Scott each scored eight, Tate Dumont scored six, Andrew West scored three, Kaleb West scored two and Florien Deguen scored one.

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