Amarillo-area girls district basketball scores for February 2nd


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Wildorado’s Reyna Segovia knocks down a 3-pointer against Texline during a District 3-1A showdown on Friday night at the Mustang Gym. [James Abel/ Press Pass Sports]

Wildorado holds off Texline

In a tight battle that came down to the final seconds, the Wildorado Mustangs avenged a lopsided loss to Texline three weeks ago to earn a hard fought 30-29 win on Senior Night in front of a packed house at the Mustangs Gym.

The win was huge for the Lady Mustangs (20-7) who pulled into a first-place tie with Texline (24-7) at 8-1 in the District 3-1A race with one game remaining. Wildorado also gets even with the Lady Tornadoes after suffering a 61-39 loss in the first meeting.

Both teams handled major momentum swings in this contest. After a sluggish first half, Wildorado led 14-8 at halftime thanks to getting out to a 12-4 lead in the first quarter. Texline battled back quickly in the third going on a 13-4 run taking a 23-20 advantage. In the fourth, the game was tied, 27-27, until Lady Mustang guard Reyna Segovia knocked a key 3-pointer from the left wing putting Wildroado on top 30-27 with 2:37 remaining. Texline did cut that deficit to 30-29 on a layup by Jada Clay with just over a minute remaining, however, Wildorado was able to hold on in the closing minute.

“It was a great win for us,” Wildorado head coach Dixie Gonzalez said. “I told the girls this was going to be the perfect storm. It was Senior Night, and we were able to survive and hold on. Texline started hitting and made a run, but we did a great job of closing out their shooters and blocking out.”

Segovia’s three points came on her timely bucket in the fourth. Jami Perkins finished with a team-high 14 for the Lady Mustangs. Clay led Texline with eight.

The Vega Lady Longhorns 1999 UIL Class 1A state championship team was honored on Friday night. [Lance Lahnert/ Press Pass Sports]

Vega’s 1999 state championship team honored 

The Vega Lady Longhorns 1999 UIL Class 1A state championship team was honored with a 25-year reunion before the boys basketball game against Bovina on Friday night at the Longhorn Gym.

Led by former head coach Justin Schultz and assistant coach Jan Ayers, the Lady Longhorns finished the regular season 18-12 but caught fire in the playoffs that resulted in a 70-63 win over Valley View (36-2) to capture the state title at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Vega ended that year with a record of 25-12.

Spearman’s Braylen Lusby fights between two Canadian defenders during a District 1-3A clash on Friday night in Spearman. [Alan Hale/ Press Pass Sports]

Friday’s top performers

River Road knocked off Tulia 53-44 earning the Lady Cats their first district win since January 22, 2021. Audrey Threet was a huge reason for snapping the three-year skid by lighting up the Lady Hornets for a career-high 27 points in the win.

Spearman senior and West Texas A&M signee Braylen Lusby posted 26 points that was more than enough in a Lynxettes 42-25 home win over Canadian. The victory sealed the District 1-3A title for Spearman (23-5 overall, 8-1 in district).

Dehilah Martin of Pringle-Morse had a monster outing helping the Lady Cougars double up Adrian 44-22. Martin earned a rare triple-double scoring 16 points to go with an impressive 15 rebounds and 10 blocks.

McLean’s Hailo Moon had a massive night blistering Miami with 37 points as the Lady Tigers rolled to an 80-25 win.

Realitee Brisco of Borger dropped in 24 points that helped the Lady Bulldogs to a 53-47 win against Dumas.

Stratford’s Addison Bell scored a game-high 19 points in a 60-27 win over Booker on Friday night.

Charley Wilbur scored 23 of Wellington’s 39 points during the Lady Skyrockets 39-23 victory against Quanah.

Valley’s Trinity Schlueter hard for Claude to handle inside scoring a game-high 23 points during the Lady Patriots 71-36 victory.

Holden Holwick put up 20 points as Wheeler downed Memphis 55-32.

San Jacinto’s Harlee Brabham and teammate Mikee McReynolds each scored 13 points to lead the No. 3-ranked Lady Patriots to a dominating 70-30 victory over No. 8 Fellowship Academy Kennedale. SJCA moves to 24-7 on the year and 8-3 in TAPPS District 1-3A.

Friday’s district scores

District 3-5A

Amarillo High 65, Tascosa 50
Plainview 76, Palo Duro 52

District 4-4A

Canyon 63, Pampa 36
Randall 62, Hereford 38
Borger 53, Dumas 47
West Plains 67, Perryton 45

District 1-3A

Spearman 42, Canadian 25
Dalhart 42, Bushland 32
River Road 52, Tulia 44

District 2-3A

Abernathy 61, Childress 47
Shallowater 56, Lubbock-Cooper Liberty 36
Idalou 67, Lubbock Roosevelt 20

District 3-3A

Denver City 58, Dimmitt 32
Littlefield 90, Friona 22
Brownfield 44, Muleshoe 33

District 1-2A 

Sanford-Fritch 40, West Texas High 21
Gruver 62, Sunray 46
Stratford 60, Booker 27

District 2-2A

Wheeler 55, Memphis 32
Clarendon 78, Shamrock 17
Wellington 39, Quanah 23

District 3-2A

Farwell 80, Boys Ranch 24
Panhandle 70, Highland Park 20
Vega 40, Bovina 34

District 1-1A

Follett 47, Fort Elliott 28
McLean 80, Miami 25

District 2-1A

Silverton 50, White Deer 29
Groom 70, Hedley 38
Valley 71, Claude 36

District 3-1A

Wildorado 30, Texline 29
Pringle-Morse 44, Adrian 22
Hartley 47, Channing 6

District 4-1A 

Nazareth 60, Lazbuddie 15
Happy 42, Kress 30
Hart 44, Springlake-Earth 41

TAPPS District 1-3A

San Jacinto Christian 70, Fellowship Academy Kennadale 30

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