Fredericksburg Tournament Results
Hallsville 73, Granbury 67: Hallsville (21-2) trailed 38-32 at halftime, but outscored Granbury 41-29 in the second half to earn a 73-67 win on Tuesday. The Bobcats finished the Fredericksburg Tournament with a perfect 4-0 record.
Anthon McDermott produced a game-high 25 points, Luke Cheatham recorded 15 points and Taylor Sheffield earned 13 points.
The Bobcats also got nine points from Jake Hall, seven points from DQ Harrison, and two points from both Zachar Florence and David Ruff.
Additionally, Ruff led the team with nine rebounds, and Harrison added six. Meanwhile, Sheffield produced six assists, and Cheatham recorded four.
Hallsville is scheduled to return to action with Tuesday’s District 15-5A battle at Marshall. The varsity tip is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Hallsville 79, Argyle Liberty Christian School 65: Hallsville (20-2) used a 30-16 surge in the game’s final quarter to earn a 79-65 win against Argyle Liberty Christian School in the early Tuesday tournament game in Fredericksburg.
Anthon McDermott led the Bobcats’ charge with 24 points and also produced four assists, Luke Cheatham earned 18 points and four assists, and Taylor Sheffield recorded 13 points and six assists.
David Ruff contributed seven points and seven rebounds, while Jake Hall scored the same amount.
Kamron Gaut’s six points, DQ Harrison’s five rebounds and two points, and Auby Minchew’s two points also played a role in the Hallsville win.
Hallsville 65, Cedar Creek 60 (OT)
Hallsville (19-2) trailed 32-25 at halftime, but used a 40-28 second half and overtime scoring edge to pull out a 65-60 win against Cedar Creek at the Fredericksburg HS Tournament.
Ashton McDermott guided Hallsville to the victory with his 22 points and nine rebounds. Luke Cheatham produced 11 points and Jake Hall contributed nine points.
The Bobcats also got seven points from DQ Harrison, six points from Zachar Florence, six assists and five points from Taylor Sheffield, three points from Kamron Gaut and two points from David Ruff.
Hallsville’s team effort was enough to top a Cedar Creek attack that included Kaleb Bunker’s 31 points, Robert Conrad’s 14 points, Kenji Franklin’s 10 points, Mason Merritt’s three points and Braden Hoffman’s two points.
Hallsville continued its tournament action with Tuesday morning’s 9 a.m. battle with Denton Liberty Christian and Tuesday afternoon’s 4:30 duel with Granbury.
Hallsville 52, Georgetown 29: Ashton McDermott’s 14 points and Jake Hall’s 10 points led Hallsville to a 52-29 win on Monday.