Amarillo-area boys district basketball scores for January 31st

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Jaylin Sledge of Tascosa drives for a layup against Tascosa during a district showdown on Tuesday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

3 things that happened on Tuesday night 

Tascosa continues to make noise in 3-5A

The Tascosa Rebels stayed hot by getting a big 93-73 road win at Palo Duro on Tuesday night.

The Rebels have now won three straight district games after an 0-2 start, improving to 3-2 in District 3-5A and 14-14 overall. Jaylin Sledge outmatched the Dons pouring in a career-high 35 points in the win. Teammate Devayne Johnson added 20 and Will Dickerson chipped in 12. Palo Duro falls to 15-9, 3-2.

District 4-4A middle of the pack heats up

Canyon has established itself as the top dog in District 4-4A and Randall has a strong hold on second, but which team is going to grab the final two playoff spots?

West Plains knocked off Hereford, 54-47, on Tuesday, and Dumas upended Perryton 72-61, making things very interesting for the middle of the pack. West Plains (18-11), Hereford (19-7), and Perryton (12-11) are all 5-5 with four games remaining with only two of those teams able to clinch a playoff berth.

Tuesday’s top performers 

Childress standout Lamont Nickleberry racked up 27 points that lifted the Bobcats past Abernathy on the road 61-44.

Haiden Thompson of Miami put up a game-high 26 points as the Warriors blew out Darrouzett 75-38.

Bushland’s Grant Whaley had a game-high 18 points in a 46-31 win against River Road.

District 3-5A

Tascosa     25  46  69  93
Palo Duro  18  46  53  73
T- Jaylin Sledge 35, Devayne Johnson 20, Will Dickerson 12. PD- Audi Luckey 24, Igiranez 17. Records: Tascosa 14-14, 3-2; Palo Duro 15-9, 3-2.

Plainview   16  37  52  68  75
Caprock    13  30  42  68  74
P- Collins 21, Black 14, Mendoza 12. C- Lleyton Brown 32, Anthony Gonzales 25. Records: Plainview 11-17, 2-3; Caprock 4-21, 0-5.

District 4-4A

Randall    7  22  40  47
Canyon  19  32  48  62
R– K.J. Thomas 23, Jaxon Tonilli 10. C– Evan Hughes 19, Kelson Jones 15, Chris Bryant 15. Records: Randall 20-9, 8-2. Canyon 23-2, 10-0.

Hereford         9  26  39  47
West Plains  16  31  43  54
H- Duque 14, Loftis 11. WP- Rodriguez 17, Hooker 12, Killham 10. Records: Hereford 19-7, 5-5; West Plains 18-11, 5-5.

Perryton  15  28  40  61
Dumas      18  39  62  72
P- Pshigoda 25, Cervantes 16. D- Gardipe 17, Lawrence 12. Records: Perryton 12-11, 5-5; Dumas 19-11, 3-7.

Borger      6  9  18  31
Pampa   12  30  43  61
B- Jennings 12. P- Julian Alonzo 18, Sawyer Burleson 14, Huston Skinner 10. Records: Borger 8-22, 1-9; Pampa 16-12, 3-7.

Bushland guard Cole Purcell looks to pass against River Road on Tuesday night. [Joe Garcia III/ Press Pass Sports]

District 1-3A

River Road   8  13  20  31
Bushland   11  24  35  46
RR- Malone 11. B- Grant Whaley 18, Cole Purcell 12. Records: River Road 9-16, 1-5; Bushland 14-8, 5-1.

Dalhart      7  12  23  34
Spearman  9  17  32  47
D- McGaugh 9, Chacon 9. S- Garnett 18, Pipkin 11. Records: Dalhart 11-14, 4-2; Spearman 15-8, 5-1.

Tulia           4  19  19  21
Canadian   32  41  61  75
T- Jalamo 7. C- Nathan Wagner 15, Preston Miller 15, Pennington 15. Records: Tulia 5-21, 0-6; Canadian 5-6, 3-3.

District 2-3A

Childress    8  30  46  61
Abernathy  4  13  25  44
C- Lamont Nickleberry 27, Aiden Allen 10. A- Ethan Paez 15, Markus Stone 13. Records: Childress 18-7, 5-1; Abernathy 15-9, 2-4.

Shallowater 48, Idalou 38

Lubbock Roosevelt 53, Slaton 32

District 3-3A

Dimmitt 61, Friona 4

Lamesa 71, Brownfield 70

Littlefield, Denver City (postponed)

District 1-2A

Gruver      12  31  44  54
Stratford  13  20  27  33
G- Ward 14, Satterfield 11. S- Tony Duran 11. Records: Gruver 21-9, 6-0; Stratford 10-13, 4-2.

Booker             11  27  41  55
Sanford-Fritch  27  32  47  59
SF- Cade Athey 18, Danner Price 13, Eli Williams 13. Records: Booker 15-11, 3-3; Sanford-Fritch 14-11, 3-3.

West Texas High 46, Sunray 29

District 2-2A

Memphis      3  10  16  25
Clarendon   19  38  56  71
C- Jmaury Davis 20, Hearn 11. Records: Memphis 3-17, 1-5; Clarendon 13-9, 6-0.

Wheeler        5  15  21  32
Wellington  13  27  37  51
Whe- Ashurst 12. Wel- Bryant Tarver 12, Carson Tarver 10. Records: Wheeler 14-10, 3-3; Wellington 17-4, 5-1.

Quanah      7  32  43  54
Shamrock  5  15  26  37
Q- Thomas 15, Sanchez 11. S- Allen 10. Records: Quanah 17-14, 2-4; Shamrock 5-16, 1-5.

District 3-2A

Panhandle  14  24  34  51
Vega           8  12  25  49
P- Landyn Hack 15, Pohlmeier 11. V- Logan Mason 17. Records: Panhandle 17-6, 5-1; Vega 14-11, 3-3.

Highland Park   3  15  20  26
Farwell           18  42  55  67
HP- Torres 9. F- Alec Atkinson 25, Ryder McElroy 15, Corey Stancell 12. Records: Highland Park 11-15, 0-6; Farwell 21-4, 6-0.

Boys Ranch 63, Bovina 31

District 1-1A

Darrouzett  9  19  35  38
Miami         18  44 63  75
D- Bonilla 17, Sosa 9. M- Haiden Thompson 26, Brought 17, Early 12, Wheeler 11. Records: Darrouzett 0-15, 0-9; Miami 16-7, 7-2.

McLean 55, Lefors 34

Fort Elliott 51, Kelton 42

District 2-1A

White Deer   7  19  25  36
Groom        16  30  40  52
WD- Weinheimer 14, Kuehler 14. Records: White Deer 4-24, 0-7; Groom 11-10, 5-2.

Silverton   18  34  46  59
Valley         6  15  31  44
S- Francis 25, Estes 13. V- Valdes 20, Hartman 10. Records: Silverton 12-9, 7-0; Valley 17-10, 5-2.

Claude 55, Hedley 33

District 3-1A

Texline          38  61  82  109
Pringle-Morse     2  8  23  35
T- Alston 28, Drumm 23, Potter 14, Sneller 10. P- Martin 14, Lopez 12. Records: Texline 26-4, 6-0; Pringle-Morse 7-17, 2-4.

Adrian 44, Hartley 35

District 4-1A

Happy    16  29  43  54
S-Earth    7  21  33  42
H- Reyes 16, Sperry 11. SE- Alvarez 17, Tovar 10. Records: Happy 17-7, 6-1; Springlake Earth 9-13, 3-4.

Nazareth    23  41  68  89
Kress          2  10  17  29
N- Rogers 22, Birkenfeld 19, Heiman 12. K- Ellis 9. Records: Nazareth 18-7, 7-0; Kress 5-18, 2-5.

Hart 55, Lazbuddie 15

 

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