Caddo Hills makes most of trip to Umpire


    Caddo Hills made the most of their road trip to Umpire, claiming three victories over the Wildcats.
    The Junior Indians started things off with an impressive 72-19 victory over Umpire. Caddo Hills jumped out to a 27-4 lead in the first and never looked back.
    x-ch-v-umpire-jb-1The Junior Indians had 11 players score in the victory with Connor Kincannon leading the way with 13. Jarrett Runyan scored 10, followed by Tate Dumont with nine and Samuel Bell with eight. Kaleb West, Rayce Young and Terrell Macon each scored six. Stone Crawford and Matt Turner each scored three and Gage Galloway scored two.
    Jose Marquez led the Wildcats with eight, followed by Trey Grubbs with six, James Estep with three and Ben O’Neal with two.
    The Lady Indians got off to a slow start, but was able to eke out a 9-3 lead in the first. They got things going in the second, doubling Umpire’s effort with a 24-12 run. They outscored the Lady Wildcats 34-28 in the second half to win by a score of 67-43.
    x-ch-v-umpire-sg-4Rachel Dumont led the Lady Indians in scoring with 18, followed by Alex Jackson with 15 and Wraylin Phillips with 13. Lilli Hunt and Jordan Powell each scored seven, Jessica Martin scored five and Scarlett Beggs scored two.
    Megan McCauley led Umpire with 20 points, followed by Haley Cook with 11, Karlie Alexander with six and DAnielle Cockes and Linsey Thomas with three each.
    The final game of the night ended in a barn burner with the Indians escaping with a 52-49 victory.
    Caddo Hills opened the game with a 13-2 run in the first period. The ended the half with a 29-13 lead. both teams managed 13 points in the third but foul trouble among the Indians made things interesting in the fourth with the Wildcats cutting the lead to three. Caddo was able to hold on for the victory.
    Terrick Hulvey, Jasper Whisenhunt and Cade McCuin each scored eight to lead the Indians. Christian Duggan scored seven, Hunter Blackwood scored five and Colton Cowart scored two.
    Dustin Kesterson and Lindon Vaughn each scored 14 to lead the Wildcats. Desmond Pinson scored 12, Baylee Bearden scored six and Stacy Dunson scored two.

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