Amarillo-area girls bi-district basketball scores for February 14th


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San Jacinto’s Harlie Brabham drives to the basket against Coram Deo Plano during a TAPPS Class 3A area round game on Tuesday night. [Joe Garcia III/ Press Pass Sports]

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

San Jacinto keeps on rolling 

It’s time to start paying attention to the San Jacinto Christian Academy Lady Patriots.

The TAPPS District 1-3A runner-up are having a fantastic season and that continued on Tuesday night with a convincing 69-52 home victory Coram Deo Plano in the Class 3A area round.

The No. 5-ranked Lady Patriots held an 11-point lead at half only to see Plano cut the advantage to 49-48 by the end of the third quarter. But SJCA took full control in the final frame outscoring Plano 20-4 to seal the win. Mikee McReynolds and Harlie Brabham were fantastic in the win combining for 48 points. McReynolds poured in a game-high 25 points followed by Brabham’s 23.

SJCA (28-5) will play in the regional final against McKinney Cornerstone at a time and place to be determined.

Pampa earns rare gold ball

The Pampa Lady Harvesters turned heads on Tuesday night when they beat Midland Greenwood 60-45 in the Class 4A bi-district round at Lubbock Christian University.

The Lady Harvesters, who haven’t seen a lot of playoff success, earned quite the accomplishment by lifting only their second gold ball in program history and second since 2014.

Pampa took full control of the contest in the second quarter by outscoring Greenwood 20-7 in the second quarter to take a 40-23 lead by halftime. Pampa’s Berlin Bartlett was superb in the win scoring a game-high 17 points. Teammates Rhoda Buckley added 13 points and Cambree Dyer had 12.

Tuesday’s top performers

Jovi Perkins of Wildorado had a huge performance scoring 24 points in the Lady Mustangs 42-31 victory against Springlake-Earth.

Silverton standout Brenna Francis scored a game-high 21 points as the Lady Owls beat Miami 53-23.

Despite a loss, Palo Duro’s Jada Torrence had a massive game against Lubbock-Cooper pouring in 31 points.

Vega’s season came to an end at the hands of Floydada, however, Lucy Richards did all she could for the Lady Longhorns scoring 29 points to go with 13 rebounds.

The Stratford Lady Elks celebrate after beating Quanah in the Class 2A bi-district round in Canyon on Tuesday night. [Roy Wheeler/ Press Pass Sports]

Tuesday’s bi-district scores 

Class 5A

Lub-Cooper    12  36  76  90
Palo Duro      15  31  41  57
LC- Cooper Cortez 21, Esquivel 18. PD- Jada Torrence 31, Alana Davis 12. Records: Lubbock-Cooper 26-6; Palo Duro 18-15.

Class 4A

Pampa          20  40  51  60
Greenwood   16  23  28  45
P- Berlin Bartlett 17, Buckley 13, Dyer 12. Records: Pampa 20-12; Midland Greenwood 17-17.

Class 2A

Stratford  12  24  30  47
Quanah      6  12  21  32
S- Addie Wells 10, Mila Thompson 9, Lynley Albert 9. Q- Meza 11. Records: Stratford 22-10; Quanah 21-11.

Floydada  16  27  33  53
Vega          14  25  37  50
F– Santos 30, Snowden 6, Wickware 6. V- Lucy Richards 29, Kami Drinnon 14. Records: Floydada 19-11; Vega 15-21.

Class 1A

Miami            6  9  14  23
Silverton     2  38  42  53
M- Calvert 9, Ewing 8. S- Brenna Francis 21, Sara Casner 11. Records: Miami 20-10; Silverton 18-10.

S-Earth          10  20  24  31
Wildorado    16  22  34  42
SE- Taytum Goodman 13, Emma Samaron 13. W- Jovi Perkins 24, Makenna Byrd 9. Records: Springlake-Earth 11-17; Wildorado 18-15.

Happy   13  29  42  55
Texline    9  17  25  44
H- Brittney Gibson 16, Breelee Dempsey 14, Angel Reys 13. T- Gloria Fernandez 13, Zoria Andrade 11. Records: Happy 19-12; Texline 14-15.

Kress 38, Hartley 28


Class 3A

Area round

Coram Deo Plano        16  26  48  52
San Jacinto Christian  20  37  49  69
C- Zechmann 21, Chang 10, Markwell 10. SJCA- Mikee McReynolds 25, Harlie Brabham 23. Records: Coram Deo 11-18; San Jacinto Christian Academy 28-5.


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