JV Bearcats earn second tourney title of the year

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Henrietta’s JV Bearcats took a second tournament championship for the season Dec. 13-15 in Nocona. Team members are (standing) Jaylon Curtis, Nick Offield, Logan Carter, Riley Watson, Cody Fletcher, Keaton Davis, Daniel Wilson, Brennen Nelson, (kneeling) Tanner Ramos, Colum Reese and Skyler Velasquez.

The JV Bearcats went 4-0 in the Nocona JV tournament Dec 13-15, to capture their second tournament championship of the year.

Henrietta earned a 47-30 win over Alvord with four players reached double figures.  Tanner Ramos and Daniel Wilson each scored 12. Riley Watson had 11 points and four steals.  Logan Carter pitched in 10.  Cody Fletcher had team highs of eight rebounds and six assists.

The Bearcats faced a 28-24 halftime deficit against Holliday, but bounced back for a 66-48 win.  It was the first time the team has trailed at the intermission all year.  They responded by outscoring the Eagle 42-20 in the second half. Tanner Ramos had a game-high 18.  Logan Carter and Daniel Wilson dominated the paint with 14 and 13 points respectively.  Riley Watson had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.  Cody Fletcher found his open teammates for nine assists.

The Bearcats defeated Nocona 43-39. Tanner Ramos connected on four three pointers on his way to 17 points and a team high five assists.  Logan Carter had a solid 10 points and 11 rebounds.  Daniel Wislon also reached double figures with 10.

Henrietta defeated W.F. HEAT 48-28. The hot shooting Bearcats connected on eight of 17 three-point attempts with makes from Skyler Velasquez, Cody Fletcher, and Tanner Ramos.  Ramos hit five threes on his way to 21 points.  Cody Fletcher pitched in eight.  Nine different Bearcats recorded baskets for the team.  Nick Offield led the way with eight rebounds and four steals.  Fletcher and Velasquez each pitched in three assists.

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