Boys Hoops Claim Third Place at Gene Messer Shootout

Boys Hoops Claim Third Place at Gene Messer Shootout

The Frenship boys’ basketball team outscored Sherman 37-21 in the second half to overcome a 10-point halftime deficit and win 70-64 to claim third place in the Gene Messer Shootout last weekend at the Tiger Pit.

Cal Dykes scored 24 points and Jack Kirkpatrick, an all-tournament selection, added 21 in the win. The come from behind victory that sealed third place capped off a weekend where FHS won three of four games.

FHS started the tournament Thursday with an opening round 72-62 victory versus El Paso Eastwood and followed it with a 74-50 win over the Lubbock Home School Titans Friday night.

Duncanville won the tournament championship with a 57-46 win versus Rockwall Heath.

The Tigers (5-4) return to action Tuesday at home versus Seminole.

 

Gene Messer Shootout, Frenship High School

1st Round: Frenship 72, El Paso Eastwood 62

Quarterfinals: Frenship 74, Lubbock Titans 50

Semifinals: Rockwall Heath 77, Frenship 56

 

3rd Place Game: Frenship 70, Sherman 64

Sherman 22 21 11 10 — 64

Frenship 18 15 20 17 — 70

Frenship Scorers: Cal Dykes 24, Jack Kirkpatrick 21, Ja’Marqus Lewis 6, Drew Turnbow, Noble Robinson 4, Jaylin Horton 3, Mario Urias 2, Ryan Bennett 2, Graham Cepica 2, Javier Rios 1

 

FHS Record: 5-4

Next Game: Tuesday, December 5 vs Seminole, 7:30 p.m., Tiger Pit