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HS hoops scores and highlights, Nov. 28

Rashad Green hits a 3-pointer on his way to 16 points in Hirschi's win over Bowie / Source: KAUZ Rashad Green hits a 3-pointer on his way to 16 points in Hirschi's win over Bowie / Source: KAUZ
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Boys

Non-District

Rider     73
Abilene  62
RID: made 26 of 26 free throws, including 20/20 by Ty Caswell

Vernon           41
Wichita Falls  69 
WF: Kobe Graham 20 pts, Jalen Simmons 18 pts, 7 reb

#1 Bowie      41
#15 Hirschi  43
HIR: Rashad Green 16 pts

Burkburnett  79
#8 Peaster   68
BURK: Jacob Williams 20 pts, Jalen White 11

Bridgeport  34
Graham      65
GRA: Marc Tate 20 pts

Olney        54
City View  59
OLN: Parker Mayers/Jalen Terry 17 pts each
CV: Jayln Marks 24 pts, Austin Lucas 19

Henrietta  38
Seymour  39

Archer City  58
Bellevue      63
AC: Jacob Wilhelm 18 pts
BEL: Gabriel Garza 26 pts

Christ Academy  52
Petrolia               76
CA: Logan Cypher 28 pts
PET: Hunter Baker 24 pts, Dayton Romines 20

Wichita Christian  54
Northside              20
WCS: Nic Crittenden 14 pts, Evan Findlay 11

Notre Dame  21
Saint Jo        56
ND: Jack Trivette 11 pts

Girls

Non-District

Rider          46
#15 Cisco  45

Wichita Falls    31
#9 Windthorst  65
WIN: Tatum Veitenheimer 23 pts, Kora Pennartz 13

Jacksboro  56
Hirschi       42

Bridgeport  64
Graham     44

City View  33
Vernon      82
VER: Cameron Garza 14 pts

Mineral Wells  41
Bowie             48

Iowa Park  35
Holliday     40
HOL: Bree Zellers 16 pts

Henrietta         28
#21 Seymour  43

Nocona  55
Lindsay  47
NOC: Avery Kleinhans 28 pts

#20 Archer City  49
Bellevue             43

Quanah    39
Memphis  38

#9 Notre Dame  40
Saint Jo             37
ND: Ellen Parkey 16 pts
SJ: Charity Brawner 20 pts

Benjamin  57
Rotan       40
BEN: Brooke Jones 21 pts

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