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HS Basketball Scores: Feb. 8

Girls

TAPPS 2-A

Wichita Christian       23 (11-11, 5-3)
#11 Granbury NCTA  45 (22-3, 10-0)
WCS: Sarah Conley 9 pts

Boys

District 5-4A

Rider    43 (6-23, 1-12)
Denton 72 (15-12, 11-2)
RID: T.J. Vasher 14 pts

#11 Guyer     65 (22-6, 12-1)
Wichita Falls  35 (11-19, 4-9, eliminated from playoffs)
WFHS: Demetrius Mozeke 11 pts

District 5-3A

Iowa Park   53 (14-17, 0-7)
#11 Hirschi  87 (17-7, 7-0)

#12 Burkburnett  80 (22-8, 6-1)
Vernon                 68 (8-16, 2-6)
BURK: Elijah Strickland 32 pts, Chavaz Jackson 15
VER: Danny Valverde 13 pts

District 5-2A

Henrietta    54 (23-5, 7-2)
#8 Holliday 56 (27-3, 9-0, clinches district title)
HEN: Nick Powell 20 pts
HOL: Jacob Cole/Cameron Englishbee/Malachi Cade 12 pts each

Jacksboro 63 (10-16, 4-5)
City View  50 (12-16, 1-8)

Bowie   58 (14-19, 5-4)
Nocona 50 (6-13, 1-8)

District 9-A Div. I

Munday           63 (12-4, 8-2, finishes 2nd)
#24 Stamford  68 (13-2, 10-0, clinches district title)

District 10-A Div. I

Archer City  34 (2-8)
Seymour     74 (22-6, 8-2, clinches 2nd place)

Electra     45 (12-15, 7-3, finishes 3rd)
#7 Olney 50 (24-5, 9-1, clinches district title)
OLN: Bret Johnson 18 pts, Derrick Paul 13

District 21-A Div. II

Slidell    49 (25-5, 8-3, finishes 3rd)
Midway 59 (20-8, 9-2, clinches 2nd place)
MDW: Ben Forester 27 pts

TAPPS 2-A

Notre Dame      54 (13-0, 10-0)
Denton Selwyn 43 (13-14, 6-4)

Wichita Christian 45 (13-8, 7-3)
Granbury NCTA    47 (11-13, 9-3)

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