HALLSVILLE 69, CHAPEL HILL 47: HALLSVILLE – The Hallsville Bobcats pulled out a 69-47 win over the Chapel Hill Bulldogs Friday night. The win advances the Bobcats to 13-2 overall while the Bulldogs fall to 9-6. Brendarian Dawson led the Bobcats in scoring with 17 points. Blaine Parker was right behind him with 15. Kameron Fitzpatrick and Jeremy Swalley scored eight points each. Shadd Berg scored seven and Matt Mowery scored six. Ty Osborn led the Bulldogs in scoring with 13 p
Basketball is in Blaine Parker's blood. The Hallsville Bobcats have seven seniors, five of which make the starting five, including Parker, who realizes this year just might be his last playing organized basketball. "I can remember when I was 4," Parker recalls. "I got an indoor goal to go in the living room and I would sit there shooting. About the same time, my great aunt was a basketball coach. She coached at Kilgore College so I remember being with her quite a bit. Evelyn
HALLSVILLE 86, NEW BOSTON 50: NEW BOSTON — Jeremy Swalley scored 19 points, Hallsville opened up a big lead early and the Bobcats rolled to an 86-50 win over New Boston. Blaine Parker and Shadd Berg had 14 points apiece, Brendarian Dawson 13 and Matt Mowery 10 for Hallsville, which led 19-3 after one quarter and 52-17 at halftime. Kameron Fitzpatrick chipped in with six points, Cameron Bullock five, Chris Timberlake three and Brock Puckett and Colby Mason one apiece. Hallsvil
DECATUR INVITATIONAL LUBBOCK TRINITY CHRISTIAN 72, HALLSVILLE 48: DECATUR — Trinity Christian jumped ahead early and handed Hallsville its second loss of the season, 72-48, in the championship game of the Decatur Invitational on Saturday night. Kameron Fitzpatrick led the Bobcats with 13 points and Brendarian Dawson followed with 10 points. Blaine Parker and Shadd Berg chipped in six points each for the Bobcats, who fell behind 25-9 after the first quarter. Alec Ewald paced T
HALLSVILLE 57, JOHN TYLER 53: TYLER — Blaine Parker led the way for the Bobcats with 19 points, and Hallsville remained unbeaten on the year with a 57-53 win over John Tyler. Jeremy Swalley added 11, Brendarian Dawson nine, Matt Mowery eight, Chris Timerlake and Kameron Fitzpatrick four a piece and Cameron Bullock two for Hallsville. Mashon Moore had 19 and Chris Lyles 12 in the loss for John Tyler.