Amarillo-area boys district basketball scores for February 14th

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Palo Duro’s Audi Luckey drives to the basket against Amarillo High during a District 3-5A clash on Tuesday night. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

The Playoffs are here

There was plenty on the line with district championships and playoff spots up in the air going into Tuesday’s final night of the regular season. Here’s how it all played out across the Texas Panhandle.

District 3-5A

Despite a 62-58 loss at the hands of Palo Duro in the regular season finale on Tuesday, the Amarillo High Sandies are still the outright District 3-5A champions. Tascosa will be the No. 2-seed and the Dons will be third. Plainview takes the fourth and final spot.

District 4-4A

Canyon wrapped up a perfect district schedule by downing Perryton 75-44. Randall will be the No. 2-seed, West Plains is the third seed in its first season and Hereford claimed the fourth and final spot.

District 1-3A

Bushland and Spearman both won on Tuesday night splitting the District 1-3A championship. After a deciding flip, Bushland will be the No. 1-seed and Spearman is the two-seed. Dalhart and Canadian are both in the playoffs but will decide the third and fourth spot at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday.

District 2-3A

Childress and Shallowater both won on Tuesday night splitting the District 2-3A championship. After a flip, Shallowater is the No. 1-seed and Childress will be the two-seed. Idalou nabbed the No. 3-seed and Abernathy is in the fourth spot.

District 3-3A

Lamesa beat Littlefield 59-47 on Tuesday night to claim the outright District 3-3A championship. Littlefield takes the second spot after the loss. Dimmitt downed Denver City 59-44 to pull into a third-place tie with Brownfield. After a flip, Dimmitt is the No. 3-seed and Brownfield will get the fourth spot.

District 1-2A

Gruver won the league crown at a perfect 10-0 and will be the No. 1-seed. Stratford finished second, while Booker is third. West Texas High and Sanford-Fritch tied for the fourth and final spot and will have a play-in game at 6 p.m. Friday at Sanford-Fritch High School.

District 2-2A

Clarendon and Wellington both won on Tuesday night splitting the District 2-2A championship. After a flip, Clarendon will be the No. 1-seed and Wellington the No. 2-seed. Shamrock upset Wheeler on Tuesday night which forced the Mustangs and Quanah into a tie for third place. Wheeler and Quanah will have a third place seeding game set for 6 p.m. Friday in Childress.

District 3-2A

Farwell finished off a perfect district season by beating Bovina 57-51 on Tuesday night. Panhandle has secured the second-place spot, Vega is the No. 3-seed and Bovina will be the No. 4-seed.

District 1-1A

The scenario is simple in this district. Follett is the champion and top seed, Miami is the two, McLean is third and Fort Elliott is the fourth and final seed.

District 2-1A

Silverton won the outright District 2-1A championship thanks to a 10-0 mark. Groom is the No. 2-seed, Valley is third and Hedley is the four-seed.

District 3-1A

Texline dominated the district at a perfect 8-0 and will be the No. 1-seed. Wildorado is second, Adrian came in third and Pringle-Morse will be in the playoffs in its first season as the No. 4-seed.

District 4-1A

Nazareth is the outright champion at 10-0. Happy is the No. 2-seed, and Springlake-Earth is third. Kress and Hart will play for the fourth and final spot at 6 p.m. Wednesday night at Springlake-Earth.

Spearman’s Jack Pipkin goes up for a bucket against Bushland during a District 1-3A game last week. [Ernie Bowen/ For Press Pass Sports]

Tuesday’s scores

District 3-5A

Amarillo High   17  32  43  58
Palo Duro          13  28  40  62
AHS- Braden Hausen 15, Cooper Pillion 12, Zach Brown 12, T.J. Brown 11. PD- Audi Luckey 24, Eli Igarenez 16, Walid Abdelrahim 11. Records: Amarillo High 30-4, 7-1; Palo Duro 17-10, 5-3.

Tascosa  19  32  56  66
Caprock   6  29  31  45
T- Dewayne Johnson 15, Jailyn Sledge 15, Aushawn Wilson 14. C- Anthony Gonzales 16, Lleyton Brown 12, Diego Lewis 11. Records: Tascosa 16-15, 5-3; Caprock 4-23, 0-8.

District 4-4A

Canyon    17  33  58  75
Perryton    6  17  27  44
C- Gage Lunsford 24, Kemper Jones 20, Evan Hughes 12, Chris Bryant 10. P- Pshigoda 23, Cervantes 16. Records: Canyon 27-2, 14-0; Perryton 12-15, 5-9.

Randall  25  46  67  90
Pampa   14  27  37  49
R- K.J. Thomas 23, Devin Baccas 19, Brody Wilson 11. P- H. Villanueva 18, Skinner 7. Records: Randall 24-9, 12-2; Pampa 17-15, 4-10.

Hereford  19  33  47  56
Borger        5  13  21  40
H- Tyi Duque 13, Hayden Gonzales 10. B- Shane Woodin 17. Records: Hereford 20-9, 7-7; Borger 8-26, 1-13.

West Plains  19  31  50  68
Dumas          10  16  40  64
WP- Ayden Rodriguez 13, Jedd Phillips 11. D- Hernandez 24, Gardipe 15, Gomez 11. Records:

District 1-3A

River Road  13  18  27  36
Spearman    13  24  36  55
RR- Martinez 17, Malone 12. S- Jack Pipkin 14, Garnett 12. Records: River Road 11-18, 3-7; Spearman 18-9, 8-2.

Tulia         16  26  39  45
Bushland  15  41  61  86
T- Jalamo 16. B- Grant Whaley 24, Cole Purcell 23, Tripp Purcell 10. Records: Tulia 5-25, 0-10; Bushland 17-9, 8-2.

Dalhart at Canadian, postponed to 5:30 p.m. Thursday 

District 2-3A

Childress    18  43  72  84
Slaton         10  20  24  33
C- Lamont Nickleberry 22, Aiden Allen 22. S- Ordonez 12. Records: Childress 22-7, 9-1; Slaton 5-21, 0-10.

Shallowater 56, Abernathy 38

Idalou 56, Lubbock Roosevelt 48

District 3-3A

Lamesa 59, Littlefield 47

Dimmitt 59, Denver City 44

Muleshoe 59, Friona 20

District 1-2A

Booker  12  26  29  40  48
Gruver     8  22  30  40  50
B- Chisum 19, Banuelos 12, Ramirez 7. G- Weaver 19, Ward 15, Mathews 10. Records: Booker 17-13, 5-5; Gruver 25-9, 10-0.

WT High   11  22  31  42
Stratford   13  30  44  57
WT- Sam Cromer 14. S- Tony Duran 15, Bryce Braden 10. Records: West Texas High 13-16, 3-7; Stratford 14-13, 8-2.

S-Fritch  18  37  49  59
Sunray    15  28  44  69
SF- Danner Price 27. S- Kagan Davis 29, Armando Lujan 14. Records: Sanford-Fritch 14-15, 3-7; Sunray 8-18, 1-9.

District 2-2A

Quanah        4  14  22  34
Clarendon  11  28  39  55
Q- Thomas 19. C- Jmaury Davis 12, Lyric Smith 11. Records: Quanah 19-16, 4-6; Clarendon 16-10, 9-1.

Memphis         3  7  15  19
Wellington  22  38  60  74
M- Vitela 6. W- Brenden Garcia 18, Braylon Tarver 14, Bryant Tarver 13, Jordan Nation 11. Records: Memphis 3-21, 1-9; Wellington 21-4, 9-1.

Wheeler       3  15  27  40
Shamrock  10  26  37  56
W- Adkins 14. S- Aiden Peevey 20, Rodney Holmes 17, Braxton Allen 9. Records: Wheeler 15-13, 4-6; Shamrock 7-18, 3-7.

District 3-2A

Highland Park   7  17  27  35
Vega                19  42  66  81
HP- Kennedy 11, Conway 7. V- Slade Fowler 15, Diego Martinez 14, Logan Mason 11. Records: Highland Park 12-18, 1-9; Vega 17-12, 6-4.

Panhandle    23  38  59  75
Boys Ranch  13  30  48  60
P- Zach Prather 20, Korbin Preston 19, Dylan Pohlmeier 11. BR- Grant Blackwell 24, David Thomas 17. Records: Panhandle 20-7, 8-2; Boys Ranch 10-16, 2-8.

Bovina     8  24  36  51
Farwell  10  28  41  57
B- Ceasar Amaya 19, Miguel Lopez 12. F- Corey Stancell 17, Walker Williams 13, Adrian Nunez 13. Records: Bovina 16-15, 3-7; Farwell 25-4, 10-0.

District 1-1A

Kelton      3  8  18  25
Miami   21  44  57  74
K- Torgerson 19. M- Thompson 21, Brauchi 17, Wheeler 11. Records: Kelton 12-12, 3-9; Miami 19-7, 10-2.

Follett  23  40  67  94
Lefors    7  14  24  31
F- Watson 21, Torres 16, Meeks 10, Barton 10. L- Longoria 12. Records: Follett 25-6, 11-0; Lefors 5-14, 3-9.

McLean 65, Fort Elliott 49

 

 

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