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HS Basketball Scores: Feb. 11th

BOY'S BASKETBALL

District 5-4A

Rider              53

Wichita Falls  46

Rider & WFHS tied at 7-7 in District Play.

Will wait on two other district games that will be played tomorrow to see who gets the final 2 playoff spots. 

District 5-3A

Burkburnett  67

Hirschi          61

Bulldogs clinch district title with win.

Graham      55

Iowa Park  67

Hawks make playoffs as the 4th seed. 

District 8-2A

#10 Holliday  37

Bowie            47

Jackrabbits & Eagles share district title. 

Nocona

City View

Postponed until Thursday at 6 PM

Henrietta

Jacksboro

Postponed until Wednesday at 5 PM

3-A

Wellington  68

Quanah      38

21-A, Division II

Midway          62

Prairie Valley  37

Goldburg  42

Saint Jo    51

TAPPS 2-A

Notre Dame          52

Wichita Christian  63

WC: Drake Davis, 24 points & 16 rebs

        J.P. Holsberry, 28 points & 11 rebs

ND: C.J. Macha, 20 points

 

GIRL'S BASKETBALL

Class 3A  -  Bi-District

Mineral Wells  42

Hirschi            57

Lady Huskies advance, will face Brownwood next.

HIR: Nia Lewis, 16 points

        Jazz Johnson, 14 points

        Jamie Battle, 10 points

Class A, Division I  -  Bi-District

Munday       42

Archer City  51

Final/2 OT

Lady 'Cats advance, will face Santo next.

Class A, Division II  -  Bi-District

Spur         50

Knox City  37

Aspermont  66

Crowell       53

CRO: Deann Conner, 21 points

Ector       37

Bellevue  46

Lady Eagles advance, will face Yantis Friday at 8 PM in Prosper.

BELL: Cassidy York, 17 points

          Hannah McWilliams, 14 points

          Tori Woods, 10 points

TAPPS 2-A

Notre Dame          62

Wichita Christian  30

ND: Michelle Fisher, 17 points

      Elizabeth Fantini, 15 points

      Denica Palomo, 13 points

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