Amarillo-area girls district basketball scores for February 3rd

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West Plains guard Piper Patterson drives to the bucket against Perryton on Friday night. [David Erickson/ Press Pass Sports]

3 things that happened on Friday night

Amarillo-area teams lock up district titles 

Several teams across the Amarillo-area wrapped up district championships on Friday night before Tuesday’s regular season finale.

In District 4-4A, Canyon (26-3, 13-0) had already clinched the No. 1-seed thanks to a win over Randall on Tuesday, however, the Lady Eagles claimed the outright crown thanks to a 74-20 thumping of Pampa.

Bushland beat Dalhart 54-29 on Friday then received help in a major way from Spearman, which rallied back from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat Canadian, giving the Lady Falcons (26-8, 9-0) the outright District 1-3A championship.

As expected, the Gruver Lady Hounds No. 9-ranked Gruver Lady Hounds and No. 7-ranked Panhandle Ettes officially clinched district championships on Friday. Gruver (23-5, 9-0) knocked off Sunray at home 65-37 for the outright title. The Ettes (24-7, 9-0) routed Highland Park 68-26 on the road for their league championship.

In Class 1A, McLean swept the season series from Miami with a 42-33 home win. The Lady Tigers (22-7, 10-1) are the District 1-1A champions. Claude clinched at least a share of the District 2-1A championship after getting a 54-44 win at Valley on Friday. The Lady Stangs (18-10, 8-1) will be the outright champions if they beat Silverton on Tuesday.

Palo Duro earns big road W

Palo Duro pulled into a tie for third place by going on the road and getting a much-needed win over Plainview 54-50 on Friday night.

The victory puts the Lady Dons (17-14) into a third-place tie with the Lady Bulldogs (13-10) at 3-4 with only one regular season game remaining on Tuesday. If Palo Duro beats Caprock on Tuesday and Plainview falls to Amarillo High, the Lady Dons will be the outright No. 3-seed. Aubri McClain led a big night of scoring tallying a team-high 15 points to lead the Lady Dons. Teammates Lexie Guerrero, Alana Davis and Jada Torrence all added 12.

Friday’s top performers

Varah Vaughn of Sanford-Fritch hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Lady Eagles to a thrilling District 1-2A win over West Texas High 41-40.

Lucy Richards of Vega continued her stellar season putting up a game-high 30 points in the Lady Longhorns win over Bovina 70-56.

Borger’s Adraya Loftis went off for a double-double scoring 15 points and pulling down 14 rebounds as the Lady Bulldogs took down Dumas 53-29.

District 3-5A

Palo Duro  16  25  42  54
Plainview  11  21  34  50
PD- Aubri McClain 15, Lexie Guerrero 12, Alana Davis 12, Jada Torrence 12. Plv- Wallace 24, Williams 18. Records: Palo Duro 17-14, 3-4; Plainview 13-10, 3-4.

Amarillo High  16  23  37  48
Tascosa            2  10  25  34
AHS– Mckenzie Smith 14, Jada Graves 13. T– Daizjia Graves 12, Avery Carter 12. Records: Amarillo High 29-4, 6-1. Tascosa 24-5, 6-2.

District 4-4A

Canyon  23  39  55  74
Pampa     5  11  14  20
C- Sydnee Winfrey 17, Ta’leeyah Glynn 12, Jaylee Moss 11. P- Berlin Bartlett 9, Katyln Magers 8. Records: Canyon 25-3, 13-0; Pampa 18-12, 7-6.

West Plains  13  31  47  59
Perryton         4  13  22  36
WP- Kitchen 14, Patterson 12, Pearson 12. P- Stokes 15. Records: West Plains 12-16, 6-7; Perryton 9-21, 3-10.

Randall       5  20  34  47
Hereford   12  18  23  37
R- Sadie Sanchez 22. H- Kyndal Blair 19. Records: Randall 23-9, 11-2; Hereford 20-14, 8-5.

Dumas  6  12  20  29
Borger  9  26  35  53
D- Coon 11, Parra 5. B- Adraya Loftis 15, Realitee Brisco 10. Records: Dumas 6-24, 0-13; Borger 13-12, 4-9.

District 1-3A

Spearman  7  13  17  34
Canadian   8  23  24  30
S- Vanelli Delgado 13. C- Samantha Krehbiel 10. Records: Spearman 24-7, 6-3; Canadian 23-9, 7-2.

Bushland  8  31  46  54
Dalhart     8  11  22  29
B- Emma Troxell 25, Boyett 11. D- Trusler 16, Bowers 10. Records: Bushland 24-6, 9-0; Dalhart 19-12, 3-6.

River Road   9  12  14  38
Tulia           17  32  54  66
RR- Threet 9. T- Alexis Yarbrough 23, Karee White 23. Records: River Road 5-24, 0-9; Tulia 13-20, 2-7.

District 2-3A

Childress      6  15  28  34
Shallowater  9  17  33  45
C- Ada Henderson 11. S- Barnes 16. Records: Childress 22-9, 7-2; Shallowater 14-9, 6-3.

Idalou 75, Slaton 37

Lubbock Roosevelt 42, Abernathy 34

District 3-3A

Muleshoe 54, Denver City 45

Dimmitt 44, Lamesa 37

Littlefield 34, Brownfield 31

District 1-2A

Sunray  14  16  27  37
Gruver  25  38  47  65
S- De La Rosa 20. G- Brenna Butler 16, Kimber Whitehead 15, Brooklyn Vasquez 10, Allie Sparks 10. Records: Sunray 18-12, 6-3; Gruver 23-5, 9-0.

Booker             2  4  9  9
Stratford  25  39  58  77
B- Anderson 5. S- Rawlins 15, Wells 14, D. Tims 12. Records: Booker 6-21, 0-9; Stratford 19-10, 6-3.

Sanford-Fritch     13  18  31  41
West Texas High  11  20  22 40
SF-
Varah Vaughn 19. Records: Sanford-Fritch 15-9, 3-6; West Texas High 18-12, 3-6.

District 2-2A

Shamrock      4  5  13  17
Clarendon  14  34  45  70
S- Cooke 4, Holmes 4, Baggett 4. C- Shadle 17, Gabel 14. Records: Shamrock 10-17, 1-8; Clarendon 26-6, 8-1.

Wellington    3  8  24  37
Quanah     10  23  37  49
W- Shrubs 10, Jones 10. Q- Tabor Christanelli 16. Records: Wellington 20-10, 8-1; Quanah 20-10, 6-3.

Wheeler 60, Memphis 30 

District 3-2A

Panhandle      22  39  56  68
Highland Park  7  13  19  26
P- Avery Cathey 15, Ann Garrison 11, Leah Sherwood 10. HP- McClurg 15. Records: Panhandle 24-7, 9-0; Highland Park 7-19, 0-9.

Boys Ranch     3  6  21  23
Farwell        24  40  51  72
BR- Leeman 7. F- Makylee Baldwin 12, D. Bradley 11. Records: Boys Ranch 6-15, 2-7; Farwell 26-6, 7-2.

Vega     17  43  57  70
Bovina  16  27  41  56
V- Lucy Richards 30, Addison Bidegain 19, Kami Drinnon 15. B- Luna 14, Marquez 13. Records: Bovina 11-14, 3-6; Vega 15-19, 6-3.

District 1-1A

Miami       7  14  29  33
McLean  10  20  39  42
Mia- Calvart 8. Mc- Russell 15, Moon 10, Salinas 10. Records: Miami 18-10, 9-2; McLean 22-7, 10-1. 

Follett 49, Ft. Elliott 17

Darrouzet 24, Kelton 21

District 2-1A

Valley      6  12  22  44
Claude   10  23  33  54
V- Bagwell 12, Schlueter 11. C- Fouquet 18, Holland 13, Godfrey 12. Records: Valley 21-9, 7-2; Claude 18-10, 8-1.

Silverton 19  30  47  51
White Deer  3  9  15  24
S- Francis 19, Lynn 14. WD- Henderson 9. Records: Silverton 17-9, 7-2; White Deer 15-17, 3-6. 

Hedley      6  8  13  15
Groom   11  41  58  74
H- Moore 8. G- Friemel 29, Ritter 13, Menz 10. Records: Hedley 1-20, 0-9; Groom 12-17, 2-7. 

District 3-1A

Wildorado  14  25  35  50
Texline         8  18  25  32
W- Jo. Perkins 14, Segovia 13, Ja. Perkins 11. T— Wilson 12. Records: Wildorado 14-15, 5-2; Texline 13-13, 5-2. 

Adrian               7  14  23  30
Pringle-Morse  4  19  28  35
A- Hernandez 7. P- Martin 14, Tarango 8. Records: Adrian 3-21, 0-8; Pringle Morse 9-15, 3-5.

District 4-1A

Nazareth  22  41  61  77
Lazbuddie       2  2  4  8
N- Birkenfeld 16, Schilderink 14, Peterson 10. L- Tyler 4. Records: Nazareth 23-9, 9-0. Lazbuddie 14-10, 2-7.

Kress      2  10  17  28
Happy    10  15  24  39
K- Garcia 8, Bechtold 6. H- Johnson 18, Dempsey 10. Records: Kress 14-13, 5-4; Kress 18-11, 7-2.

Springlake-Earth 73, Hart 19

TAPPS District 1-3A

San Jacinto Christian  19  30  49  55
Midland Trinity              5   7  11  15
SCJA- Harlie Brabham 16, Alana Signor 11. MT- Katelyn Bond 5. Record: San Jacinto Christian Acadamy 26-4, 11-1.

 

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