Amarillo-area girls bi-district basketball scores for February 13th

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Gruver’s Kimber Whitehead goes up for a lay in against Wheeler during a Class 2A bi-district game in Perryton on Monday. [David Erickson/ Press Pass Sports]

3 things that happened in Monday’s bi-district round 

Tascosa-Amarillo High advance 

It was a big night for Amarillo ISD schools in the opening round of the UIL girls’ basketball playoffs on Monday. Both the Amarillo High Lady Sandies and Tascosa Lady Rebels won by double digits to advance into the area round.

The No. 8-ranked Lady Sandies had no problem rolling over Lubbock High 86-35 in a Class 5A bi-district game in Plainview. McKenzie Smith led all scorers with 27 points, as Taytum Bell added 14.

Tascosa used a late second half push to take down Lubbock Coronado in a Class 5A bi-district clash at Dimmitt. Leading 35-32 after the third quarter, the Lady Rebels secured the victory with a 10-0 run to open the fourth. Daizjia Oages had a team-high 13, followed by Avery Carter’s 12.

Usual suspects advance

As expected, Class 2A is stacked at the top and it showed with Gruver, Panhandle and Wellington all cruising to wins to open the bi-district round. The three district champions had no issues in their opening round wins as the Lady Hounds downed Wheeler 77-22, Panhandle stomped Olton 79-37, and Wellington blasted Sanford-Fritch 67-29. The second round will be a little more interesting with Gruver taking on Tuesday’s Vega-Floydada winner, the Lady Skyrockets will battle Farwell and Panhandle will take on Clarendon.

Monday’s top performers

Randall’s Avri Burk racked up 21 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Lady Raiders rolled over Monahans 81-21 in a Class 4A bi-district game.

Grace Sims of Panhandle poured in 23 points in the Ettes 79-36 victory over Olton in the Class 2A bi-district round.

Valley’s Trinity Schlueter and Anna Ferrel combined for 36 points in the Lady Patriots 72-27 win over Follett in the Class 1A bi-district round. Schlueter tallied a game-high 19 while Ferrel added 17.

Monday’s bi-district scores 

Class 5A

Amarillo High  24  44  67  86
Lubbock High   5  12  25  35
AHS- McKenzie Smith 27, Taytum Bell 14, Jada Graves 12, Lacey Rice 11. LHS- Kammille Reynolds 14, Izzy Palmer 10. Records: Amarillo High 31-14; Lubbock High 21-15.

Tascosa               8  26  35  51
Lub. Coronado  6  24  32  39
T- Oages 13, Carter 12. C- Smith 19, Cooper 7. Records: Tascosa 25-5; Lubbock Coronado 24-12.

Lubbock Monterey 104, Plainview 64 

Class 4A

Canyon  14  36  54  68
Andrews    7  9  10  17
C- Glynn 15, Moss 14, Cornelson 10. Records: Canyon 27-3; Andrews 13-19.

Randall    27  41  62  81  
Monahans    4  6  7  21
R- Avri Burk 21, Sadie Sanchez 19, Layla Romero 14, Ashley Norman 11. M- Flores 7. Records: Randall 25-9; Monahans 8-20.

Seminole   17  36  48  67
Hereford   11  23  35  57
S- Londyn Shain 23. H- Azalea Alaniz 11, Aubrey Devin 11, Lynzee Carbajal 10. Records: Seminole 25-7; Hereford 20-16.

Class 3A

Bushland  7  28  49  62
Roosevelt    2  7  12  21
B- Emma Troxell 20, Brooklyn Boyett 12. R- Wheeler 6. Records: Bushland 27-8; Lubbock Roosevelt 8-19.

Childress   16  22  37  53
Canadian   12  28  40  48
Chil– Chloe Teichelman 17, Ada Henderson 16. Can– Samantha Krehbiel 18, Chanlee Adcock 11. Records: Childress 24-9; Canadian 23-11.

Shallowater  9  16  27  35
Spearman       5  7  16  27
Sha- Madi Barnes 13, Molly Salinas 9. Sp- Lusby 13, Klafka 11. Records: Shallowater 16-9; Spearman 24-9.

Muleshoe 68, Alpine 47

Littlefield 69, Kermit 27

Lamesa 31, Stanton 28

McLean’s Kassidy Russel drives for a layup over a White Deer defender during a Class 1A bi-district game in Pampa on Monday. [Charla Shults/ Press Pass Sports]

Class 2A

Gruver  20  41  60  77
Wheeler  6  16  15  22
G- Hannon Lankford 22, Kimber Whitehead 14, Brenna Butler 13. W- Cathey 5. Records: Gruver 25-5; Wheeler 14-17.

Clarendon  10  27  46  58
Sunray        16  25  34  43
C- Shadle 16, Cunningham 11, Hayes 11, Elam 10. S- Lechuga 12, Gallegs 11. Records: Clarendon 27-7; Sunray 19-13.

Wellington  26  44  58  67
S-Fritch         8  16  19  29
W- Waters 11, Kane 11. SF- Roberts 9. Records: Wellington 22-10; Sanford-Fritch 16-11.

Panhandle  18  38  56  75
Olton           11  24  30  37
P- Grace Sims 23, Sydnee Adee 18, Leah Sherwood 10, Ann Garrison 10. O- Noack 12, Ramage 10. Records: Panhandle 26-7; Olton 13-18.

Farwell         23  42  66  87
Hale Center  8  13  24  36
F- Chloee Whitten 19, Charlie May Trimble 13, Carly Gibreath 11, Jaelyn Smith 11. Records: Farwell 28-6; Hale Center 23-10.

Sudan 95, Bovina 26

Class 1A

Nazareth          28  56  68  83
Pringle-Morse  10  10  13  16
N- Birkenfeld 16, Wheeler 15, Schilderink 11. P- Tarango 11. Records: Nazareth 25-9; Pringle-Morse 9-17.

White Deer    4  7  14  17
McLean        4  17  25  34
WD- Swires 9. M- Russell 15, Salinas 10. Records: White Deer 16-18; McLean 24-7.

Fort Elliott   1  8  11  18
Claude      21  36  48  69
FE- Rose 5. C- Fouquet 16, Holland 13, Eddleman 13, Godfrey 11. Records: Fort Elliott 11-13; Claude 20-10.

Follett    2  14  15  27
Valley   23  41  60  72
F- Rosales 9. V- Schlueter 19, Ferrel 17, Edwards 10. Records: Follett 13-8; Valley 23-9.

 

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