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HS Basketball Scores from Friday, Dec. 30

Boys

Notre Dame  72 (6-2)
Forestburg   45
ND: Cody McElroy: 22 pts, Cobi Niedzwiecki: 16

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Championship Game

#7 Burkburnett 55 (15-3)
#17 Lovejoy     48
Garcia: 16
Clement: 14
Strickland: 14

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Hirschi      74
Coronado 62
HIR: Marcus Foster: 36 pts

Girls

Notre Dame 51
Forestburg  22

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Championship Game

#11 Rider      64 (17-3)
Burkburnett   30
RID: Taliyah Brooks: 14 pts, Jennifer Sissel/Erin Henderson: 12 each
BURK: Macy Cooke: 13

3rd Place Game

Denton    58
Bowie     42
BOW: Logan McMurray: 12 pts

Consolation Final

Hereford       60
Archer City   40
AC: Marianne Easter: 15 pts, Hannah Sanders: 13

7th Place Game

Holliday     31
Seymour    29
HOL: Morgan Jolly: 8 pts
SEY: Tatiana Martinez: 13, Macey Siegert: 9

Notre Dame 51
Forestburg  22
next: at CA, district opener 6 pm

Union Square Lady Bulldog Christmas Classic

Championship Game

#11 Rider      64
Burkburnett   30
RID: Taliyah Brooks 14 pts, Jennifer Sissel/Erin Henderson 12 pts each
BURK: Macy Cooke 13

3rd Place Game

Denton    58
Bowie     42
BOW: Logan McMurray 12 pts

Consolation Final

Hereford       60
Archer City   40
AC: Marianne Easter 15 pts, Hannah Sanders 13 pts

7th Place Game

Holliday     31
Seymour    29

HOL: Morgan Jolly 8 pts
SEY: Tatiana Martinez 13 pts, Macey Siegert 9 pts
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