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HS Basketball Scores and Highlights: December 18

WICHITA FALLS, TX -

Girls

District 5-5A


#5 Rider 68
WFHS 27
WF: Jalynn Green 20 pts

District 9-3A

#7 Bowie 73
Henrietta 30

City View 45
Paradise 55
CV: Brei Jackson 25 pts

Boyd
Holliday
(no score reported)

Nocona      38
Jacksboro 50

District 21-1A

Gold-Burg 38 (1-1)
Saint Jo     33 (0-2)

Forestburg      58 (2-0)
Prairie Valley 23 (0-2)

Slidell     31 (2-0)
Bellevue 27 (1-1)

Non-District

Hirschi           43
#6 Windthorst 46
WIN: Tatum Veitenheimer 21 pts

Vernon 53
Petrolia 51
F/OT
VER: Jaylan Thomas 18 pts
PET: Brittney Ablia 16 pts

Quanah 47
Electra 22

Munday      26
Notre Dame 39
ND: Tori Harney 14 pts, Sydney Chapa 10

Strawn           38
#18 Newcastle 86
NEW: Heather Manos 19 pts, Hannah Birdwell 14, Holly Manos/KC Shields 10 each

Seymour   58
Knox City  34

Boys

Jayton Tournament


#20 Knox City 49
Munday           42

#20 Knox City 55
#22 Sands      56

Munday     29
#7 Happy 49

Non-District

#13 Rider     55
Abilene HS 60

Wichita Falls 32
Hirschi           70

Burkburnett 65
Altus (OK) 50
BURK: Darion Chafin 23 pts, Case Caldwell 17

#16 Bowie 57
Iowa Park 38

Vernon   68
Petrolia  71
VER: Jordan Villalobos 15 pts
PET: Dane Williams 23 pts

Seymour 38
Holliday 41
SEY: Hunter Martinez 11 pts
HOL: Noah Parker 14 pts

Gainesville 69
Nocona      78
NOC: Kameron Hill 32 pts

Archer City 33
Stamford     53

Quanah 27
Electra 69
ELE: Drake Cooper 17 pts, Andrew Marsh 16

#10 Graford 51
Olney          50
OLN: Andrew Brown 10 pts

Notre Dame      50
Christ Academy 31
ND: Clayton McElroy 17 pts

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