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Whataburger Boys second day action: Martin, Timberview win

Martin head coach Clint Schnell talks to the team in a Whataburger Orange Division basketball tournament game at W. G. Thomas Coliseum Wednesday morning Dec. 28, 2016.
Martin head coach Clint Schnell talks to the team in a Whataburger Orange Division basketball tournament game at W. G. Thomas Coliseum Wednesday morning Dec. 28, 2016. Special to the Star-Telegram

Arlington Martin and Mansfield Timberview won consolation games Thursday during Day 2 of the Whataburger Boys Orange Division.

Martin 46, Richland 43

Isaiah Pittman’s 3-pointer with under 20 seconds left capped off Arlington Martin’s win over Richland during Day 2 of the Whataburger Orange Division in the consolation round.

The two teams traded blows in the first half - Martin led 14-7 after one before Richland came back to tie it at 20-20 at the break on Landon Le’s layup with seconds remaining.

The Rebels and Warriors each scored 10 points in the third quarter to go into the fourth tied at 30-30, then the Rebels led for most of the final quarter until Martin came back.

Pittman finished with 15 points, three 3-pointers, and Jalen Petillo added 15, nine in the opening frame.

Timberview 84, Trinity 60

Mansfield Timberview defeated Euless Trinity in the first game of Day 2 of the Whataburger Boys Orange Division consolation round.

The Wolves doubled up the Trojans in the first quarter, going up 24-12 through the opening eight minutes. William Owens made four buckets for eight points. Chris Mullins and Tim Johnson both hit 3-pointers.

Timberview increased its lead to 45-26 at the break.

The Trojans made a small push with a 21-16 advantage in the third quarter, but Timberview outscored Trinity 22-13 in the fourth to complete the win.

Mullins scored a game-high 22 points. Johnson finished with 17 points and Isaac Likekele added 13 points.

Devin Newton had a team-high 17 points for Trinity while UT-San Antonio signee Jhivvan Jackson added 16 points.

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