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HS Basketball Scores: Saturday, Dec. 1

BOYS

Jacksboro Shoot Out

Championship

Holliday                  43  (5-0)
#17 Breckenridge  42
HOL: Cameron Englishbee 12 pts

3rd Place Championship

Seymour   39
#8 Eula     29
SEY: Lane Livingston & Davis Carter 11 pts

Consolation Championship

Jacksboro    39
# 7 Olney    47
OLY: Derrick Paul 17 pts, Robert Colgan 11

Clay County Classic

Midway    36
City View  41
CV: Tournament Champions

Forestburg Tournament - Consolation Championship

Wichita Christian   51  (4-1)
Chico JV              34
WCS: J.P. Holsberry 15 pts, Matt Steigerwald 12, Drake Davis 11

GIRLS

Brock Tournament - Championship

Rider           62
# 5 Aledo   44
RID: Taliyah Brooks - Tournament MVP

Jacksboro Shoot Out - Silver Bracket

Semifinals

Windthorst      44
Breckenridge   36

Holliday      45
Jacksboro   33
HOL: Kelci Bedingfield 16 pts
JACK: Kelsey Laake 15 pts

Championship

Windthorst   27
Holliday        25
WIN: Brooke Dillon 12

Aspermont Tournament - Championship


Seymour     56
Aspermont  49

Clay County Classic

Midway      27
City View   14

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