Lady Dogs take 2nd in Shoot-Out Classic

Crockett Lady Bulldogs hosted a three-day Shoot-Out Classic and finished second out of six teams competing Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 20-22, at The Hop.

LaPoynor, coached by Gary Grahn, took first place with a 5-0 record. Crockett was second with a 3-2 record and Corrigan-Camden, which lost to Crockett, was third at 3-2.

"It was a great success! All teams were very pleased and enjoyed every minute of it. We had some very talented teams, so the games were very competitive," said Lady Dogs head coach TaNesiah Johnson. "The last three days was a great round of girl's basketball. It was literally a 3-way tie until the last game."

The Lady Bulldogs will be off over the holiday break, but will return to action back at the HOP on Dec. 2 as they host Garrison.

Results of the games were:

Thursday, Nov. 20
Corrigan 56, Mart 38- L. Square of Corrigan led with 15 points.
Mart 57, Lindale 50- L. Rawls of Mart had 29 points.
Crockett 57, Anderson-Shiro 44- Antraneisha McKnight of Crockett logged 18 points and 7 rebounds.
LaPoynor 69, Corrigan 50- Hambrick and Elridge of Corrigan led with 18 points.
Anderson-Shiro 46, Lindale 34- Milligan of A-S led with 15 points.
LaPoynor 66, Crockett 35- Hambrick of LaPoynor was high-pointer 24 points.

Friday, Nov. 21
Crockett 62, Corrigan 61- Shelby Corry led the Lady Dogs with 19, Antraneisha McKnight followed with 18 and Dea'Juanique James dished in 10 points.
LaPoynor 65, Anderson-Shiro 40- Briston of LaPoynor was led with 15.
Corrigan-Camden 66, Lindale 56- L. Square of Corrigan led with 24.
Mart 44, Crockett 33- Dea'Juanique James led Crockett with 12 points.
LaPoynor 65, Lindale 20- Hambrick of LaPoynor had a game-high 14 points.
Anderson-Shiro 46, Mart 31- Sayers of A-S led with 23 points.

Saturday, Nov. 22
Corrigan 57, Anderson-Shiro 50- Drayfon of Corrigan led her team with 21.
Crockett 66, Lindale 55- Antraneisha McKnight and Dea'Juanique James of Crockett each canned 16 points, Brianna Houston had 14 and Corry had 12.
LaPoynor 60, Mart 19- Hambrick of LaPoynor led with 19 points.