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Girls Bi-District Round Scores and Highlights: Feb 16

Region I-5A Bi-District

Eastern Hills  38 
#6 Rider        80
RID: Ashley Reid 18, Mercedes Brooks 17, Brea Harrison 16

Birdville  45
WFHS   40
WF: Corina Arredondo 20 pts, 7 reb, Eshay Hervey 10 pts, 5 ast

Region I-4A BI-District

Mineral Wells  38
Burkburnett     50
BURK: Angel Sims 18 pts, Mikayla Billinger 13

Stephenville  57
Vernon         56

#2 Abilene Wylie  71
Hirschi                15

Iowa Park    47
Brownwood  43
IP: Darby Biddy 15 pts, Bre Smoak 13

Region II-3A BI-District

Jacksboro  41
Howe         62

Whitesboro  31
Bowie          71
Bowie vs Keene: 7 pm Thursday at TWU

Region II-2A BI-District

Windthorst (25-5), bye

Seymour (22-9) vs. Santo, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Graham

Goldthwaite  52
Archer City   38

Region I-A BI-District

Munday, bye

Northside  29
Spur         60
VNS: Marcy Zuniga 12 pts

Motley County  64
Crowell            34

Region III-A BI-District

Newcastle, bye

Avalon        20
Forestburg  73

Trinidad   34
Bellevue  61
BEL: Hannah McWilliams 23 pts, Devon Cassetty 13

TAPPS 2-A first-place tiebreaker

Note Dame               24
Lubbock Christ King  36
ND: vs Greenville Christian Sat, time TBD

Boys Warmup Games

#6 Olney    67
#3 Crowell  62
F/OT
OLN: Tanner Thompson 20 pts, Robert Colgan 17 (5 3-pts)
will play Iowa Park Friday at 4 in Olney

Hamilton      65
Burkburnett  73
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