The Trinity Christian Academy Eagles improved to 3-0 on the season with a non-district win on Nov. 13 against Fort Worth’s Hill school by a score of 66-26. The Eagles overwhelmed the Hawks on all sides of the court.
Sophomore Calib Guynes had a coming out party with 15 points and led the Eagles in scoring while chipping in two rebounds and two steals. Junior Tanner Farley was second in command with 13 points, three boards and six steals while adding two dimes. Fellow junior center Hayden Morris recorded 12 points, four boards and a game high eight steals to lead the Eagles as the big man. Sophomore Jaxon Davis recorded 9 points, 3 dimes, 2 rebounds and 2 steals. The Eagles’ bench was also productive, scoring 13 points, 7 assists, 16 boards, and 6 steals, while the starters accounted for 53 of the 66 point scored on the night.
The Eagles outscored the Hawks in all quarters and held a 33-11 halftime lead. In the second half the starters were able to rest and the bench was able to have sufficient playing time. In the second half, the Eagles came out a bit flat. Though head coach Kyle Fields said he was "pleased with a 3-0 start and the win," he added that "we still have to take care of the ball and play smarter basketball."
The Eagles next played St. Paul’s Prep in Arlington. Results weren’t available at press time.
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The Lady Eagles also set the tone on Nov. 13 with a blowout win against the Hill Lady Hawks by a final count of 57-16, improving their record to 4-0 on the season. TCA was all over the Lady Hawks and the Hill School had no answer for the Lady Eagles.
Seniors Tylar Reynolds and Tori Klahm led the Lady Eagles in scoring with 14 points each, leading TCA to victory with their offensive grit and tenacity. Junior Alex Ross had a solid night chipping in 8 points while senior Alli Stevens and sophomore Rachel Hollingsworth contributed a combined 12 points to help secure a Lady Eagles victory.
The Lady Eagles outscored the Lady Hawks 30-4 through two quarters, and at the half held a 30-4 lead. In the second half, the Lady Eagles did not let up and finished the game by outscoring their opponent 57-16 to improve their record to 4-0 on the season.
The Lady Eagles also played St. Paul’s Prep in Arlington. Results weren’t available at press time.