WOLFFORTH — The Sherman Bearcats finished fourth in the Gene Messer Shootout, falling 70-64 Saturday to host Wolfforth Frenship in the third-place game.
Sherman led 43-33 at halftime, but Frenship rallied with a 21-10 edge in the third quarter.
On Friday, the Bearcats split two games as the tournament was interrupted by a lockdown of the Frenship High School campus. Sherman beat El Paso Socorro 66-50 as Jeremy Norvell scored 24 points. Play was halted during the game because of the lockdown.
The Bearcats then lost, 69-56, to Duncanville in the championship semifinals.
Sanger 79, Denison 74
SANGER — Tarrence Gaines scored 18 points as Denison closed out the Sanger Tournament with a loss against the host team on Saturday.
Rustin Workman added 17 points, Nate Uber chipped in 10 points and Dontre Flowers finished with nine points for Denison (2-5), which plays at Melissa on Tuesday night.
In tournament action on Friday, Denison lost, 82-80, against Denton Braswell. Mykell Anderson scored 25 points, Flowers chipped in 17 points, Devonte Fulce totaled 11 points and Workman added 10 points.
In tournament action on Friday, Van Alstyne lost, 61-45, against Fort Worth Paschal. Noah Boling had 13 points and Samuel Tormos chipped in 11 points.
The Panthers finished the day with an 81-80 victory against John Tyler. Boling had 28 points, Tormos chipped in 21 points and Tyler Sperry finished with 12 points.
Mabank 56, Whitewright 44
FARMERSVILLE — Jordan Meixelsperber scored 15 points as Whitewright closed out the Farmersville Tournament with a loss against Mabank on Saturday.
Dylan Pitt added 12 points and Seth Jackson chipped in eight points for Whitewright (2-4), which is off until the Princeton Tournament on Thursday.
In tournament action on Friday, Whitewright lost, 66-52, against Community and earned a 65-40 victory against Blue Ridge. Pitt scored 18 points, Kylan Watson added nine points and Marcus Reeves and Stephens each had seven points against Community while Pitt made seven three-pointers en route to 27 points, Dylan Cordell scored 13 points and Stephens finished with 11 points against Blue Ridge.
Celeste 76, Tom Bean 66
CELESTE — Bryce Grier had 20 points, five assists and four rebounds as Tom Bean closed out the Celeste Tournament with a loss to the hosts on Saturday night.
Blakeston Jones added 16 points, Ben Lind totaled 13 points and 13 rebounds, Payton Clark scored 12 points and Perry Williams grabbed seven rebounds.
Tom Bean started the day with a 78-58 victory against Quinlan Boles. Jones scored 25 points, Grier added 16 points, 13 steals, seven rebounds and four assists, Lind finished with 15 points, 14 rebounds, four blocks and three steals and Williams totaled seven points and six rebounds for Tom Bean (4-3).
In tournament action on Friday, Tom Bean earned a 60-38 victory against Honey Grove. Grier had 22 points, seven steals, five assists and three rebounds, Jones added 12 points and three steals, Williams chipped in eight points and Lind finished with seven points and 12 rebounds.
Leonard 62, Gunter 61
CELESTE — Ronnie Hart and Byron Bolin each scored 16 points as Leonard edged Gunter in the Celeste Tournament on Saturday.
Zander Turner scored 33 points to lead Gunter while Clay Lemons added 12 points and Tyler Scott finished with 10 points.
In tournament action on Friday, Gunter lost, 46-36, against Caddo Mills. Turner scored 12 points, Scott added nine points and Kyle Watson finished with eight points.
Pottsboro 78, Texoma Christian 50
SADLER — Three Pottsboro players scored double figures Saturday as the Cardinals overcame an early deficit to defeat Texoma Christian for the tournament championship.
Texoma Christian took a 19-10 lead in the first quarter, but Pottsboro rallied to lead 28-23 at halftime.
Daniel Arnold scored 17 points to lead the Cardinal (5-0) with Ethyn Snider scoring 16 and Kai Barr adding 14. Matthew McCarthy had a game-high 18 points to lead the Eagles with Marlen Williams adding 13 points.
In tournament action on Friday, Pottsboro defeated Henrietta 71-40 in the semifinals. Barr led the Cardinals with 14 points, while Ross Hendrix scored 11 and Snider and Hunter Hines added 10 apiece.