Bobcats Defeat Mavericks in Harrison County Showdown Friday Night
Friday night saw Hallsville’s boys basketball team come away with a home victory over the Marshall Mavericks in battle of Harrison County in a 50-44 final. The Bobcats now hold a district record of 7-1 while the Mavs are 1-7 against district opponents. Anthony McDermott led the Bobcats in scoring with 16 points. He also had seven rebounds and three assists. Taylor Sheffield dropped in 14 points and pulled down three rebounds. Kamron Gaut scored 11 points and had five rebounds
Bobcats Top the Tigers
HALLSVILLE 66, T. HIGH 63: TEXARKANA — The Hallsville Bobcats, paced by a combined 35 points from Anthon McDermott (18) and Kamron Gaut (17), rallied for a 66-63 win over Texas High. DQ Harrison added 12 for the Bobcats (26-3, 6-1), who trailed 15-10 after one quarter. Taylor Sheffield added nine points, Zachar Florence four, Jake Hall and Auby Minchew two apiece and Luke Cheatham one.
Hallsville Conquers Mt. Pleasant in 4 OT Thriller
HALLSVILLE 63, MT. PLEASANT 61: MOUNT PLEASANT — Luke Cheatham hit a running 3-pointer from the left wing at the buzzer, lifting the Hallsville Bobcats to a 63-61 win over Mount Pleasant in a four-overtime marathon on Friday at Bobcat Gymnasium. Kai Price put Mount Pleasant on top with two free throws with 4.9 seconds left, but the Bobcats won it on Cheatham’s triple as time expired. The game was knotted at 45 apiece at the end of regulation and then again at 52 and 58. Antho
Lobos knock off No. 20 Bobcats, 59-49
Longview entered Tuesday night with eight series wins against Hallsville in the previous 15 meetings since the 2011-2012 season, and added another memorable chapter in the form of a 59-49 upset win against the state’s 20th ranked team. The Lobos improved their overall season record to 13-10 and their district mark to 3-3. The Bobcats, on the other hand, dropped their overall season record to 24-3 and their district mark to 4-1. “That’s a really good team,” Longview boys baske
Sheffield Making Most of Opportunity
Taylor Sheffield has been waiting for his turn to shine and now that it’s finally here, he’s making the most of it. So far this season, Hallsville’s senior guard is averaging 13 points, 3.5 rebounds, three assists and two steals per game as he has helped lead the Bobcats to a an overall record of 24-2 and a perfect district record of 4-0. “A lot of the things that have helped us aren’t even necessarily on the court,” Sheffield said when asked how the team has been so successf
Hallsville Defeats Sulphur Springs in OT
HALLSVILLE 63, S. SPRINGS 59: SULPHUR SPRINGS — Zachar Florence and Luke Cheatham scored five points a piece in overtime as Hallsville outscored Sulphur Springs 16-12 in the extra period for a 63-59 win in District 15-5A action on Tuesday. Anthon McDermott led the way for Hallsville with 18 points. Taylor Sheffield finished with 17, Cheatham 11, Florence 10 and D.Q. Harrison seven. The Bobcats visit Longview next Tuesday.
Bobcats Sink the Pirates
HALLSVILLE 74, P. TREE 53: HALLSVILLE - Anthon McDermott scored 19 points, Taylor Sheffield and Zachar Florence combined for 29 and the Hallsville Bobcats moved to 3-0 in district play (23-2 overall) with a 74-53 win over Pine Tree. Sheffield scored 15, Florence 14 and D.Q. Harrison nine for Hallsville, which led 23-12 after one quarter and 39-26 at halftime. Luke Cheatham finished with six, Kamron Gaut five, Jake Hall four and David Ruff two. Daryus Gray paced Pine Tree with
Bobcats Defeat the Mavericks in District Play
Hallsville’s boys basketball team was in control throughout the majority of Tuesday night’s game in Marshall where the Bobcats defeated the Mavericks 56-42. Anthon McDermot and Luke Cheatham each tossed in 14 points to lead the Bobcats in scoring. Taylor Sheffield was next in line with nine points and DQ Harrison scored seven. Giko McCoy also recorded 14 points to lead the Mavs in scoring. Ryan Knox finished the day with nine points while Domar Roberson and Jacorey Smith each