The Honey Grove Warriors dropped their second game in as many days on Wednesday, falling 75-42 in a resheduled game that was postponed the week prior.
The Honey Grove Warriors went up against a scrappy, defensively-minded Sam Rayburn team on Tuesday. In the end, though, the Warriors were just too much for the Rebels, and they cruised to a 60-30 victory to remain perfect in district play.
he Honey Grove Warriors kicked off 2022 with a bang, ringing in the new year by downing the district rival Celeste Blue Devils 35-33 in a game for the ages that went down to the final seconds.
Honey Grove Lady Warrior Prisella Reyna scored 23 andher team beat Cumby 44-39 on Tuesday.
It went down to the absolute wire on Tuesday, and then went past it. But the Honey Grove Lady Warriors downed Tom Bean in thrilling fashion, winning 42-40 in their final game before the winter break.
District 7-4A DI
A number of area teams made the short trek over to Bogata for the Rivercrest Tournament this past weekend, and when all was said and done, it was the Honey Grove Lady Warriors who were the last team standing on the girls’ side, winning the tournament with an unblemished record.
The Honey Grove Lady Warriors proved the old adage that the best offense is a good defense on Friday, stifling the Detroit Lady Eagles in a showdown of Red River Valley teams on the second day of the Rivercrest Tournament on Friday, winning 25-17.
Aggressive defense led to easy offense for the Cooper Dogettes on the basketball court against the Honey Grove Lady Warriors in the Prairiland Tournament, and the intra-Red River Valley showdown ended with a 64-26 victory for Cooper and the silver bracket championship in their possession.
Through two quarters of play, neither the Honey Grove Lady Warriors or Prairiland Lady Patriots were having much success finding the bottom of the net on the second day of the Prairiland basketball tournament. The Lady Patriots came alive after halftime, though, pulling away for a 52-30 victory.
It was an easy outing for the Honey Grove Warriors on Friday in the Prairiland Tournament, as the basketball team turned up the defensive pressure in a 44-23 beatdown of Whitewright.
All basketball teams like when a win can come easily, and with little drama. However, being able to win the opposite — defensive slugfests in which every point is a battle — is also critically important for a team. And on Tuesday, the Honey Grove Warriors proved they’re able to win exactly t…
“The best offense is a good defense,” is a common adage in the sports world. And the Honey Grove Warriors took that lesson to heart on Tuesday evening, forcing turnover after turnover and applying constant pressure against the Campbell Lady Indians, cruising to a dominant 60-12 win.
Ty’Ciera Battle has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
A common adage in basketball is, “It’s not how you start that counts, but how you finish.” On Saturday, the Prairiland Patriots proved that to be true, rallying from a 15-point deficit to beat the Honey Grove Warriors 57-52 in an overtime thriller.
The Honey Grove Lady Warriors downed the Bowie Lady Pirates 42-16 on Tuesday, using a balanced offensive attack and stifling defense.
Day two of the Valley View Preseason Tournament was a mixed bag for the Honey Grove Lady Warriors, as they split their pair of games on Friday. In both, though, the team looked impressive.