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High School Basketball Scores: Dec. 21st

Boys

District 5-4A

WFHS 62
Azle    83

Rider          32 (4-11, 0-2)
FW Brewer 56
RID: T.J. Vasher 12 pts

District 21-1A Div. II

Forestburg  32
Midway       66 (10-5, 1-0)
MDW: Brody Wilson 20 pts

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Seymour    26
#8 Holliday 54 (14-1)
HOL: Justin Jones 15 pts, 13 reb, 9 blk, Malachi Cude 13

Lubbock Estacado 73
#12 Hirschi (JV)     37
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Non-District

#14 Burkburnett  87 (11-5)
#3   Wylie          94
BURK: Elijah Strickland 32 pts, Chavaz Jackson 24

Vernon   42 (4-7)
Decatur  67
VER: Kenny Edwards 10 pts

#5 Olney 49 (13-2)
Graford    53
OLN: Derrick Paul 24 pts

Girls

District 5-4A

#10 Rider   67 (16-2, 4-0)
FW Brewer 13
RID: Ashley Reid 13 pts

WFHS 60 (12-8, 3-1)
Azle    44
WF: Jada Green/Karlesha Clark 21 pts each, Eshay Hervey 11 pts

District 21-1A Div. II

Forestburg  47
Midway      53 (11-9, 2-1)
Final/OT
MDW: Cassidy Mass 15 pts

Wichita Falls Classic - MSU

God's Academy  27
Hirschi               61

Non-District

Holliday  46
Peaster  36
HOL: Sarah Garfield 15 pts, Kelci Bedingfield 14

Decatur  44
Bowie    49
BOW: Laken DeMoss 13 pts

Iowa Park  37
Petrolia      43
IP: McKenna Untalan 10 pts
PET: Danica Bustos 15 pts

City View  42
Electra      56

Windthorst 46
Poolville      37
WIN: Brooke Dillon 13 pts

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