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Texoma Hoops Roundup: HS and MSU

HS Boys Non-District

Abilene Cooper  47
Wichita Falls HS 56 (1-0)

Rider       31 (0-1)
Sherman 53
RID: Max Portmann 15 pts

Denison       69
Burkburnett 71 (1-0)

Iowa Park  86 (1-0)
City View    29 (0-1)
IP: Bailey Hale 17 pts

Archer City   11 (0-1)
Henrietta     60 (1-0)

HS Girls Non-District

Rider             64 (2-1)
Gainesville    42
RID: Caitlin White 15 pts, Erin Henderson/Taliyah Brooks: 11 pts each

Sweetwater 40
Hirschi          32 (0-3)
Camille Lee 14 pts

Burkburnett 31
Bowie           49 (2-0)
BOW: Madison Wallace 15 pts, 11 reb
Laken DeMoss, 11 pts

Crowell   34
Seymour 47 (2-0)
SEY: Maggie Slaggle 14 pts

Archer City   45 (1-0)
Henrietta     33 (0-1)
AC: Brittney Griffith/Madison Lucido 9 pts each
HEN: Anni Scholl 10 pts

Wichita Christian 49 (1-1)
Chillicothe            32
WCS: Morgan Sharp 17 pts, 13 reb, Matty McGee 16 pts, 11 reb

MSU's Carter Sweeps LSC Awards

Midwestern State sophomore Andrea Carter had a very special game last Friday night in the Mustangs season-opening win over McMurry.  It was so special that the Lone Star Conference named her both the Offensive and Defensive Women's Basketball Player of the Week.
 
A 5-10 sophomore from Angleton, Carter delivered a rare performance to help the Mustangs overcome a sluggish start and roll to a 79-58 win over McMurry in MSU's only game last week.  Carter poured in 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds, both career highs, something that hadn't been done in nine seasons.
 
Her 20-20 performance was the first for a Midwestern State player since former standout Jel-Ani Armstrong achieved the feat in consecutive games at the end of the 2003-04 campaign. Armstrong went for 24 points and 21 rebounds at Texas A&M-Kingsville then put a 22-point, 22-rebound effort at Texas A&M-Commerce.

Defensively, Carter also added three blocked shots and five steals.  Ten of her 20 boards were defensive as well, as she helped MSU hold the WarHawks to 32 percent shooting from the floor.
 
Carter was the top rebounding freshman in the LSC last season averaging 5.6 boards a game to go with her 6.0 points per outing in 2011-12.

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