After battling one injury after another, Hallsville’s Kelci Wilson made the return to the hardwood at full strength.

Jaedon Knox hasn’t decided on a college yet but he hopes to play college football, major in kinesiology and one day become a basketball coach and teach similar lessons he has learned from his current head coach at Marshall High School, Bobby Carson.

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John Tyler’s Ellyse Daye and Makia Moon scored five points apiece in overtime to deliver a 43-40 win for the Lady Lions over Marshall on Tuesday in a District 16-5A basketball clash at the Lions Den.

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HALLSVILLE – Despite seeing Nacogdoches fight cut down the lead Tuesday night, the Hallsville Ladycats held on to defeat the Lady Dragons in a 48-41 final. The Ladycats are now 10-15 overall and 4-2 in district play. The Lady Dragons fall to 2-4 against district opponents.

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HALLSVILLE – Nacogdoches’ boys basketball team set the tone early Friday night when it visited Hallsville and defeated the Bobcats, 52-30.

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Hailee Hollan’s body told her she was done with softball. Her heart didn’t get the message, and when the Tyler Junior College softball team opens the 2020 season in a couple of weeks, the former Hallsville High School standout will be back in uniform.

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Down four points with 10 minutes to go in the game, the ETBU men’s basketball team scored 22 unanswered points to take the come-from-behind victory, 74-58, over the University of Ozarks. ETBU remains unbeaten in the American Southwest Conference East Division at 4-0 and is now 11-2 overall.

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After a slow start, ETBU’s women’s basketball team put together a dominant second quarter pushing to a 62-41 victory over the University of Ozarks Eagles. Winning its straight game, ETBU is now 9-4 on the season and 3-1 in the American Southwest Conference East Division.

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Marshall’s girls’ basketball team earned its first district win Friday when it played host to Pine Tree and defeated the Lady Pirates, 42-27.

Before Chris Leonard takes the court with his Marshall Mavericks for today’s game, he’ll likely try to shut himself off from the outside world to focus in on what he needs to do to help his team come away with another win.

■ PINEY WOODS CLINIC: The annual Piney Wodos Football Clinic, an event for coaches only, is set for Jan. 17p18 at the Holiday Inn (Tuttle Circle) in Longview.

After falling to the Whitehouse Ladycats on the road Tuesday night, the Marshall Lady Mavs are still in search of their first district win where they hold a 0-4 district record. Marshall fell short 39-35 in Tuesday’s action.

Tuesday night saw the Marshall boys basketball team earn a road win against the Whitehouse Wildcats in a 53-46 final to advance to 2-0 in district play.

LONGVIEW – Hallsville and Pine Tree girls basketball teams went head-to-head on the hardwood where they looked to even their district record to 2-2.

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Longview’s boys and Pine Tree’s girls play host to tournaments this weekend, with games scheduled for today through Saturday at six fields and featuring more than 70 matches.

LONGVIEW — Hallsville’s boys’ basketball team extended its district record to 2-0 with a 58-42 road win against the Pine Tree Pirates on Tuesday night.