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HS Girls Basketball Scores and Highlights: February 2nd

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District 5-5A

#4 Rider  80 (12-0)
Brewer    17 (0-12)
RID: Mercedes Brooks 17 pts

Boswell          56 (9-3)
Wichita Falls  47 (5-7)
WF: Di Ondrea Sanders 19 pts, Jalynn Green 12 pts, 13 reb, Breauna Reece 12 pts, 6 reb

District 5-4A

Burkburnett  64 (6-1)
Vernon        35 (3-4)
BURK: Paradize Jackson 19 pts, Kaci Trahan 17 pts, 6 reb

Hirschi      49 (3-4)
Iowa Park  50 (2-5)
IP: Darby Biddy 21 pts, Allison Schubert 11

District 9-3A

#10 Bowie  53 (10-2)
Nocona      55 (5-7)
NOC: Makenzie Franklin 20 pts, Sherese Price 9

Holliday   35 (6-6)
Paradise  56 (10-2)

Henrietta    73 (7-5)
Jacksboro  68 (5-7)

Boyd        49 (5-7)
City View  39 (0-12)

District 2-2A

Quanah      48 (2-6)
Shamrock  60 (3-5)

District 9-2A

Seymour         26 (5-3)
#9 Windthorst  47 (8-0)
WIN: Clinches 9-2A title share, Tatum Veitenheimer 23 pts

Olney          23 (1-7)
Archer City  57 (6-2)
AC: Taylor Sims 21 pts

Petrolia  44 (3-5)
Electra   29 (1-7)
PET: Brittney Ablia 16 pts, 19 reb

District 17-1A

#10 Newcastle  70 (8-0)
Throckmorton     9 (0-8)
NEW: Holly Manos 22 pts, 11 stl, Heather Manos 19 pts, Lacy Lewelling 11

District 21-1A

Prairie Valley  47 (1-11)
Gold-Burg       68 (7-5)

Forestburg  56 (10-2)
Saint Jo      19 (2-10)

Midway   31 (1-11)
Bellevue  82 (9-3)

TAPPS 1-2A

Christ the King    37 (2-3)
#13 Notre Dame  55 (5-0)
ND: Keeley Johnston/Denica Palomo 18 pts each

TAPPS 2-1A

Victory Life          20 (0-4)
Wichita Christian  29 (2-2)

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