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HS Basketball: #12 Hirschi Beats #7 Burkburnett

Boys

District 5-4A

Brewer  56 (11-13, 5-4)
Rider    36 (5-20, 0-9)

Azle    52 (12-10, 3-6)
WFHS 81 (10-16, 3-6)
WF: Lucas McClain 33 pts

District 5-3A

#7 Burkburnett 57 (18-8, 3-1)
#12 Hirschi      78 (14-7, 4-0)
HIR: Marcus Foster 35 pts, Mack Sillemon 10 pts, D'Shan Harley 10 pts, 14 reb

District 8-2A

Bowie        31 (11-18, 2-3)
#7 Holliday 69 (23-3, 5-0)
Cade 18 pts, Jones 13, Englishbee 10

Henrietta   53 (20-4, 4-1)
Jacksboro  43 (8-14, 2-3)

Nocona    53 (6-9, 1-4)
City View 55 (12-12, 1-4)
Final/OT
CV: Zach Everett 24 pts

District 9-A Div. I

Munday 64 (9-3, 5-1)
Haskell  30 (1-5)

District 10-A Div. I

Electra    40 (9-14, 4-2)
Seymour 60 (18-6, 4-2)
SEY: Cameron Montgomery 20 pts

#4 Olney    46 (21-4, 6-0)
Windthorst  43 (11-16, 2-4)
OLN: Cooper Pulliam GW Buzzer-Beater (3rd of season), Derrick Paul injured in 1st quarter

TAPPS 2-A

Notre Dame  43  (9-0, 6-0)
FW Covenant 13 (2-13, 2-4)
Cobi Niedzwiecki 11 pts

Girls

District 5-4A

Brewer   29 (2-18, 0-11)
#6 Rider 79 (26-3, 11-0)
RID: Taliyah Brooks 24 pts

Azle     43 (7-13, 3-8)
WFHS 39 (15-12, 6-5)
WF: Jada Green 18 pts, Karlesha Clark 11

District 5-3A

Burkburnett  49 (13-10, 1-5)
Hirschi         72 (13-13, 5-1)

Iowa Park 43 (1-5)
Graham    40 (4-24, 2-3)
IPHS: Halee Langen 24 pts

District 8-2A

Bowie    44 (20-11, 6-1)
Holliday 46 (14-12, 4-3)
BOW: Madison Swaim 15 pts
HOL: Sarah Garfield 13 pts, Kelci Bedingfield 11

Henrietta   32 (1-6)
Jacksboro 38 (16-14, 4-3)
HEN: Anni Scholl 16 pts
JAC: 3 with 8 pts, 2 with 7 pts, 19-9 in 4th quarter

District 10-A Div. I

Electra    24 (8-18, 2-5)
Seymour 49 (20-5, 7-0)
SEY: Parker Baldwin/Maggie Slaggle 14 pts each

Olney        25 (0-7)
Windthorst 44 (18-9, 5-2)
WIN: Carli Clifton 14 pts

TAPPS 2-A

Notre Dame   51 (12-8, 4-1)
FW Covenant 29 (7-8, 2-3)
ND: Michelle Fisher 27 pts

Wichita Christian   48 (9-9, 3-2)
B'wood Victory Life   8 (0-5)
WCS: Mikan Slatter/Alisha Brooks 11 pts each

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