HALLSVILLE 77, JOHN TYLER 68: HALLSVILLE — Shadd Berg led a balanced Bobcat scoring attack with 19 points, and Hallsville improved to 8-0 on the season with a 77-68 win over John Tyler. Jeremy Swalley had 18 points, Ty Huff 11, Brenton Allen eight, Kobe Hogan seven, Rowdy Smith five, Brock Puckett four and Cameron Bullock two for the Bobcats. Hallsville will visit Jefferson on Friday.
HALLSVILLE 95, HENDERSON 37: HALLSVILLE — Five Hallsville players hit for double figures for the Bobcats in a 95-37 victory over Henderson on Saturday. Shadd Berg scored 19 points to pace Hallsville, which improved to 7-0 on the season. Rowdy Smith scored 15 points, Jeremy Swalley 14, Danny Marr 12 and Kobe Hogan 11. Leading Henderson in scoring was Markell Washington with 15 points. Hallsville hosts John Tyler on Tuesday.
HALLSVILLE 71, ROYSE CITY 64: EMORY — Shadd Berg tossed in 25 points, Jeremy Swalley and Kobe Hogan combined for 25 and the Hallsville Bobcats captured the championship of the Rains Thanksgiving Tip-Off with a 71-64 win over Royse City. Danny Marr had six points, Cameron Bullock and Cameron Puckett four apiece, Ty Huff three and Rowdy Smith and Brenton Allen two apiece for Hallsville, which outscored the Bulldogs 47-32 in the second half. Hallsville also notched a 73-36 win o
HALLSVILLE WINS TWO: RAINS — Shadd Berg had 43 points over two games, lifting Hallsville to a 2-0 day and into the championship game of the Emory Rains Thanksgiving Classic on Monday night. Hallsville beat Quinlan, 76-47, and followed with a 74-55 win over the Tyler Lee JV to move to 4-0 on the season. The Bobcats will meet Emory Rains in a crossover game at 10 a.m. today before taking on Royse City in the tournament championship at 6:30 p.m. Jeremy Swalley had 21 points agai
HALLSVILLE 60, NACOGDOCHES 57: HALLSVILLE — Shadd Berg and Kobe Hogan scored 17 points apiece, and Hallsville used a big third quarter to overcome an eight-point halftime deficit in a 60-57 win over Nacogdoches. Jeremy Swalley had nine points, Rowdy Smith eight and Jai Locario and Brenton Allen three apiece for Hallsville, which outscored the Dragons 20-7 in the third period. Hallsville (2-0) will participate in the Rains Tournament Monday and Tuesday.
Longview answered Hallsville's first half with a big third quarter in the first game of the regular season for both teams. But down the stretch, it was the visiting Bobcats who had the final answer. Brenton Alley hit four free throws inside the final 30 seconds to shore up a 59-53 win over Longview in a high-energy season opener Tuesday at Lobo Coliseum. Hallsville built an 11-point lead at halftime, 28-17. A 22-point third quarter for the Lobos tied things up 37-37 with 1:34