Spring Creek Invitational: Arlington Bowie girls outlast Trimble Tech in two overtimes

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Arlington Bowie trailed much of the game, but managed to force two overtimes and outlasted Fort Worth Trimble Tech 78-70 in the opening round of the Mansfield Spring Creek Barbecue Invitational girls tournament at Timberview High School on Thursday.

Bowie (13-1), ranked No. 6 in Class 5A in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches poll, took a 66-63 lead with 20 seconds left in regulation on a free throw by Jazmine Holman, but Trimble Tech (12-3) tied it with 13 seconds left on a three-point play by Jhyrah Cobb.

Tech, No. 10 in Class 4A by the TABC, took a 70-69 lead in the second overtime on a basket by Cobb, but the Bulldogs were held scoreless for the final two minutes, allowing the Volunteers to pull away.

Bowie had four players in double figures, led by Emerald Mayfield who poured in 26 points including eight in the overtime periods. Mayfield was 10 for 14 from the free-throw line.

Nicole Iloanya (18 points), Bria Degrate (12) and Holman (10) led Bowie in a game that set a tournament record for most points scored in a game by both teams. The 148 points eclipsed the 143 by Mansfield (75) and Springdale, Ark., Har-Ber (68) in 2006.

Crystal Allen led Trimble Tech with 19 points, 16 after the half, including 15 of 16 from the free-throw line. Karrington Brown added 16 for the Bulldogs.

“It’s very competitive tournament and we look forward to it every year,” said Bowie coach Kelly Carruthers, “but the way the days lined up this year with Christmas being on Wednesday and this tournament always starting on Thursday we just didn’t get a day in to practice.

“So I knew it was going to be ugly. I didn’t know it was going to be that ugly, but we finally woke up in overtime.”

• Mansfield Summit 65, Grapevine 47: The Cougars built an early lead and coasted to a victory against the Mustangs.

Keanna Kelly scored 12 of her 18 points in the first quarter to help the Jaguars build a 35-18 lead at the half.

Stylz Sanders led Summit with 21 points. Janea Williams led Grapevine, scoring all nine of her points in the fourth quarter on two 3-pointers and going 3 for 3 from the free-throw line.

• Cedar Hill 50, Stephenville 38: Joyner Holmes’ 23 points led the Longhorns past the Honeybees. Holmes, a sophomore, scored 14 in the first half to help Cedar Hill build a 30-18 lead at the intermission.

Artaejah Gay added 11 and Ba’ara Houston chipped in 10 for Cedar Hill. Breanna Wooley hit three 3-pointers and led Stephenville with 11 points.

• Arlington Seguin 42, Keller 36: The Cougars battled back from a nine-point halftime deficit to defeat the Indians. Alarie Mayze scored 18 for Seguin, 12 after the half, and teammate Laurynn McGowen added 12. Ryanne Johnson had 11 for Keller.

• Flower Mound Marcus 62, Arlington Martin 33: Taylor Roof and Morgan Easley had 11 points each to lead the Marauders past the Warriors. Marcus, ranked No. 4 in Class 5A by the TABC, also had three 3-pointers from Vanessa Jones as the Marauders led 34-13 at the half. Emily Slagle led Martin with 8 points.

• Round Rock Stony Point 62, Mansfield Legacy 49: Stony Point, ranked No. 21 in Class 5A by the TABC, was led by Jordan Moore’s 24 points.

Legacy, No. 19 in Class 4A, was able to hold Moore scoreless in the second quarter as the Broncos cut the deficit to 31-26 by intermission but would get no closer. The Broncos were led by Kaiygen Stubblefield with 12 points and Bethany Ross with 11.

• Cibolo Steele 78, Arlington Lamar 54: McKenzie Calvert scored 20 points to lead the Knights past the Vikings. Calvert did all of her scoring in the first three quarters as Steele, ranked No. 5 in Class 5A by the TABC, led 69-36 by the start of the fourth quarter.

Sarai Rodriguez added 19 for the Knights and Erika Chapman contributed 11. Dezirae Hampton had 20 to lead Lamar and Dierra Ely added 15 for the Vikings.

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