8th A Boys
The boys eighth grade A team lost to the Vernon Lions 47-39 Monday at the Graham Junior High gym.
Langley led the team with 20 points making nine of his 15 field goal attempts for a shooting percentage of 60.
Langley also added six rebounds and five steals.
Martin added 11 points with two steals and Groves ripped away five steals to add to his three points.
8th A Girls
The eighth grade A girls beat Vernon Monday night 37-23 with King’s eight points leading the charge.
Spurlin and Gallaway each added six points and Routon scored four.
The young Blues opened the game with a 14-point first quarter that got them the lead and ultimately set the tone for the rest of the game.
8th B Boys
The eight grade boys B team snuck by Vernon in a thrilling 28-24 victory Monday night.
Hamm’s nine points, 12 rebounds and four steals led the way in each category for Graham and dominated most of the game.
Houser and Holland each scored four with the two combining for seven rebounds and two steals.
Cook scored three, while Lanham and Hunter each dropped in two to set the Dogies up for a win.
8th B Girls
The eighth grade girls B team beat Vernon 21-7 in a rout led by Maberry, who finished the game with eight points.
Coyac and Price each added four points in the win, while Morgan and Shaffer each scored two.
Diaz added a free throw as the young Blues took down the Lady Lions.
7th A Boys
The seventh grade A team, led by a 12 point effort from Tate, beat McNeil Thursday 37-31.
Ortegon and Mercer each scored eight, while Brooks added six to provide big contributions in the win.
Mason’s two and Stone’s one point rounded out the scoring for the young Dogies.
7th A/ 7th B Girls
To finish out a tremendous night for the girls junior high basketball teams, the seventh grade A team beat Vernon 29-28, and the seventh grade B team trounced the Lady Lions 28-10.
The Blues junior high teams won all four games against Vernon Monday night to make it a memorable event.
7th B Boys
The seventh grade boys B team couldn’t reel in McNeil Thursday night as the Dogies took a 40-22 loss.
A four-point first half put the future Steers in tough shape, but the team fought back to score 10 points in the third quarter and eight in the fourth.
Unfortunately for Graham, it wouldn’t be enough.
Shook’s 17 points led Graham, and the only other scorers were Loesch with two, Clark with two and Husen with one.