3 things that happened during Monday’s Boys Bidistrict round

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Stratford’s Dru Jones takes a jump shot against Panhandle during a Class 2A Bidistrict game Monday at the Amarillo High Activity Center. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Bushland rallies past Childress in a thriller

Bushland’s Breckan Reed made a layup with only 3.5 seconds remaining in the game that was enough to edge Childress 38-37 in Class 3A Bidistrict round thriller Monday night at the McNeely Field House in Pampa.

Childress had taken a 37-36 advantage on Lamont Nickelberry bucket with . The Bobcats weren’t able to extend the lead missing two free-throws with 15 seconds left that allowed Bushland to drive down, and Reed to score the eventual game-winning points. Childress had one final chance, inbounding from its own sideline with three seconds remaining, but off the inbound, the Falcons deflected the pass. Nickelberry was able to collect right before time expired, however his 3-point attempt hit off the back iron. Baylor King led Bushland with 13 points, followed by Reed’s 10. Nickelberry had a team-high 13 points for Childress.

Bushland (17-9) advances to the Area round to face Tuesday’s Alpine-Denver City winner.

Childress ends its year at 13-17.

Palo Duro holds off Monterey

Palo Duro made an early lead standup throughout to hold off a late rally from Lubbock Monterey for a 63-61 victory in a Class 5A Bistrict clash on Monday night in Muleshoe.

The Dons move to 24-6 overall, and advance to play El Paso Parkland in the Area round.

The Plainsman end their year at 17-15.

Palo Duro raced out to a 24-15 lead after one, taking a 35-24 advantage into halftime. Leading by eight after three, the Dons were able to fend off Monterey down the stretch to earn the win. Senior guard Audi Luckey racked up a team-high 17 points the Dons. Kadden Price chipped in 11.

Monday’s top performers

Dimmitt’s Ivan Moreno lit up Presidio for 29 points during a 74-63 win. Moreno had the hot-hand going 8-of-13 from the floor, and 5-of-10 from 3-point range.

Cody Rinne tallied 16 points as Stratford pulled away from Panhandle in the second half for a 56-45 victory.

Wildorado’s Logan Mason dropped in 19 points which was more than enough in a 55-43 win over Kress.

Bidistrict scores

Class 5A

Lub. Monterey 15 28 42 61

Palo Duro 24 35 50 63

M— Aiden Castillo 30, Zyron Brantley 10. PD— Audi Luckey 17, Kadden Price 13, Paetyn Walker 11. Records: Monterey 17-15; Palo Duro 24-6.

Class 3A

Childress 9 20 28 37

Bushland 4 9 22 38

C— Lamont Nickleberry 13, Scout Smith 8. B— Baylor King 13, Breckan Reed 10. Records: Childress 13-17, Bushland 17-9

River Road 4 14 23 35

Abernathy 10 20 33 53

RR— Jordan Malone 22, Damontrae Marshall 9. A— Ethan Paiz 15, Sean Rodriguez 11, Kaleb Harrell 10. Records: River Road 11-14; Abernathy 15-8.

Dimmitt 20 35 55 74

Presidio 12 28 41 63

D—Ivan Moreno 29, CJ Willey 17. Records: Dimmitt 20-9; Presidio 10-12.

Class 2A

Stratford 12 26 38 56

Panhandle 18 27 36 45

S— Cody Rinne 16, Dru Jones 11, Anastacio Ibarra 10. P— Nick Mize 15, Landyn Hack 12. Records: Stratford 13-3; Panhandle 12-19.

Wellington 14 23 34 57

Sanford-Fritch 11 19 28 48

W— Carson Tarver 13, Bryant Tarver 11, Creighton Killian 10. SF— Watson 17, Price 13. Records: Wellington 17-10; Sanford-Fritch 24-10.

Sunray 7 18 26 33

Clarendon 15 32 42 60

S— Espino 9, Lujan 6, Derma 6. C— Penigar 19, Davis 18, D’Costa 11. Records: Sunray 13-12; Clarendon 25-2.

New Deal 51, Boys Ranch 38

Class 1A

Amherst 2 16 29 33

Nazareth 19 38 57 80

A— Herrera 13, Garcia 10. N— Heiman 14, Birkenfeld 12, Welps 10. Records: Amherst 13-11; Nazareth 22-12.

McLean 6 20 32 43

Valley 14 32 55 75

M— Carter 30. V— Hartman 22, Standlee 18 Edwards 17, Pigg 11. Records: McLean 12-16; Valley 19-6.

Wildorado 13 31 44 55

Kress 10 23 31 43

W— Logan Mason 19, Swayde Cleavinger 15. K— Ellis 15, Pinero 10. Records: Wildorado 25-7; Kress 13-13.

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