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HS Hoops Scores: Fri., Feb. 1

Boys

District 5-4A

Rider  60 (6-21, 1-10)
Azle   64 (13-11, 4-7)
RID: Max Portmann 19 pts, T.J. Vasher 15, Alec Lemmon 13

Byron Nelson  37 (23-5, 8-3)
Wichita Falls   34 (10-18, 3-8)
WFHS: Garron Nash 13 pts

District 5-3A

# 11 Hirschi  73 (15-7, 7-0)
Vernon         68 (7-15, 1-5)
HIR: Marcus Foster 33 pts
VER: Tyrone McFarland 16 pts

# 12 Burkburnett  79 (20-8, 5-1)
Graham               61 (3-3)
BURK: Arthur Hamlett/Chavaz Jackson: 21 pts each

District 8-2A


# 8 Holliday   51  (25-3, 7-0)
City View       27  (12-14, 1-6)
HOL: Justin Jones 16, Nick Parker 11

Henrietta  52  (22-4, 6-1)
Bowie       41  (12-19, 3-4)
HEN: Nick Powell 21, Ben Fletcher 12
BOW: Derek Vann 23

Nocona     41 (6-11, 1-6)
Jacksboro 42 (9-15, 3-4)

District 11-A Div. II


#8 Graford            45 (20-6, 6-1)
#21 Throckmorton 50 (11-3, 6-1)

District 21-A Div. II


Prairie Valley  37 (2-8)
Gold-Burg       63 (8-11, 3-6)
PV: Ducharme 9
GB: Timmy Metz 18 pts

Midway  65 (18-8, 7-2)
Bellevue 55 (28-7, 9-1)
MDW: Brody Wilson 22 pts, Ben Forester 16
BEL: Tyler Terry 15 pts

TAPPS 2-A


Notre Dame       73  (10-0, 7-0)
Granbury NCTA  46 (7-13, 5-3)
ND: Cody McElroy 21 pts, Hunter Quintero 18, Cobi Niedzwiecki 17

Wichita Christian 44 (12-7, 6-2)
Denton Selwyn    36 (12-13, 5-3
WCS: Matt Steigerwald 15 pts, Sam Tate 10

Girls

District 5-4A

#6 Rider 71 (28-3, 13-0)
Azle        28 (8-14, 4-9)
RID: Taliyah Brooks 16 pts, Ashley Reid 14

Byron Nelson 33 (15-12, 8-5)
Wichita Falls   37 (17-12, 8-5, clinches playoff spot)
WFHS: Clinches 3rd Seed, Jada Green 16 pts, 11 rebs; Karlesha Clark 15

District 5-3A


Burkburnett 42 (15-10, 3-5)
Graham        26 (4-26, 2-5)

Hirschi   71 (14-13, 6-1)
Vernon  49 (10-13, 6-1)

District 8-2A


Nocona    40 (16-10, 7-2, clinches at least #2 seed)
Jacksboro 36 (16-16, 4-5)

Bowie      49 (22-11, 8-1)
Henrietta  25 (2-7)
BOW: Laken DeMoss/Madison Swaim: 13 pts each
HEN: Anni Scholl 11
 
Holliday   49 (15-13, 5-4)
City View 33 (9-21, 1-8)

District 10-A Div. I


Seymour    37 (22-5, 9-0, clinches district title)
Windthorst 18 (19-10, 6-3)

Electra       31 (8-20, 2-7)
Archer City 63 (17-10, 4-5)

District 10-A Div. II


#22 Crowell  66 (21-5, 9-0)
Chillicothe     29 (3-6)
CRO: Kamie Rhodes 18 pts, Jasmine Sillemon 15

TAPPS 2-A


Notre Dame             29 (12-10, 4-2)
#11 Granbury NCTA 45 (19-3, 7-0)

Non-District


God's Academy    56
Wichita Christian 27 (10-10)
WCS: Abby Skipworth 10 pts, Matty McGee 12 reb.

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