3 things that happened during Monday’s Girls Bidistrict round

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Wellington’s Hadlee Gomez goes up for a bucket against Sunray during a Class 2A Bidistrict game at the Caprock Activity Center on Monday night. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Amarillo High-Randall advance

Amarillo High and Randall are both headed to the Class 5A Area round after convincing wins to open the postseason Monday night.

The No. 5-ranked Lady Sandies rolled over Lubbock Coronado in a Bidistrict matchup 57-41 in Plainview, while Randall handled Abilene Wylie 55-40 at Lubbock Coronado in a Bidistrict clash.

McKenzie Smith had a big night for AHS pouring in a game-high 23 points.

Ainsley Velasquez scored 15 to lead Randall, followed by Kailee Benton’s 14 points.

Amarillo High (28-5) moves go the second round to play Tuesday’s El Paso Hanks-El Paso Andress winner. Randall (22-12) awaits Tuesday’s El Paso El Dorado-El Paso Bowie winner in the Area round.

Dumas wins in thrilling fashion

The Dumas Demonettes opened the Class 4A playoffs in thrilling fashion sinking a buzzer beater to stun Lubbock Estacado 42-41 in a Bidistrict clash Monday night in Tulia.

Trailing 41-40 with less than 10 seconds to play,

Dumas’ Sheda Madit missed a shot from the elbow rebounded by teammate Rylee Schacher, who missed from the corner, but Vanessa Martinez was underneath the basket for the put-back bucket giving the Demonettes a 42-41 advantage with one second left. Estacado was unable to get a shot off from the inbound, and Dumas came away with an unbelievable victory.

Martinez’s tallied nine points on the night. Madit led all scorers with 18.

It’s the Demonettes (21-12) first playoff win since 2016, and their first 20-win season in 22 years.

Dumas advances to play Seminole (23-4) in the Area round at a time and place to be determined.

Monday’s top performers

Kimber Whitehead put up 22 points to lead No. 1-ranked Gruver past Memphis 89-15.

Wellington’s Kyla Kane opened the playoffs with a hot start by dropping in 21 points during the Lady Skyrockets 73-16 victory over Sunray.

Silverton’s Brenna Francis had 22 points that lifted the Lady Owls to a 53-39 win over Follett.

Bidistrict scores

Class 5A

Amarillo High 13 29 48 57

Lub. Coronado 14 20 27 41

AHS— McKenzie Smith 23, Jada Graves 11, Taytum Bell 10. C— J. Braitywaite 18, K. Smith 12. Records: Amarillo High 28-5; Lubbock Coronado 18-15.

Randall 14 26 40 55

Ab. Wylie 14 22 32 40

R— Ainsley Velasquez 15, Kailee Benton 14. AW— Steadman 23, Adams 10. Records: Randall 22-12; Abilene Wylie 15-18.

Tascosa 21 28 49 59

Lub. Cooper 21 46 63 90

T— Daizjia Oages 22, Aniyah Brackens 14. LC— Adlee Blacklock 23, Majik Esquivel 23. Records: Tascosa 12-19; Lubbock-Cooper 27-4.

Class 4A

Snyder 4 8 10 15

Canyon 23 44 53 74

S— Jaylee Moss 9, Amy Martinez 7. C— Taylor Thomas 19, Zoey McBroom 17. Records: Snyder 18-16; Canyon 26-5.

Dumas 12 20 35 42

Lub. Estacado 8 15 36 41

D— Sheda Madit 18, Kamryn Cox 13. E— McMurry 15, McCline 6. Records: Dumas 21-12 Lubbock Estacado 13-20.

Levelland 14 20 25 43

Pampa 4 8 15 26

L— Kent 25. P— Ariel Lacher 11, Berlin Bartlett 5. Records: Levelland 32-3; Pampa 18-14.

Hereford 11 22 28 37

Big Spring 8 17 29 39

H— Dev Villarreal 9. BS— Smith 11. Records: Hereford 16-16; Big Spring 19-13.

Class 3A

Spearman 7 11 20 31

Idalou 13 23 43 59

S— Braylen Lusby 12, Lexi Klafka 8. I— Logan Heard 29, Taylor Houston 11. Records: Spearman 23-11; Idalou 27-6.

Shallowater 14 37 56 74

Dalhart 6 16 29 39

S— Brattain 27 Willer 20, Velasquez 12. D— Lenz 14 Green 12. Records: Shallowater 29-2; Dalhart 20-12.

Muleshoe 18 30 41 55

Presidio 8 9 14 20

M— N. Ambril 17, K. Villa 10. P— Sherilyn Heiman 14. Records: Muleshoe 21-13; Presidio 6-11.

Class 2A

Gruver 31 51 76 89

Memphis 2 9 15 15

G— Kimber Whitehead 22, Bailey Maupin 18, Callie Conyers 13, Camryn Armes 12. M— O’Neal 8. Records: Gruver 27-0; Memphis 10-20.

Clarendon 11 16 22 30

Stratford 7 13 16 25

C— Makenna Shadle 13, Finley Cunningham 6, Madie Smith 6. S— April Gonzalez 6, Addison Bell 5. Records: Clarendon 20-15; Stratford 16-11.

Bovina 45, Hale Center 42

Panhandle 21 54 78 88

WT High 11 15 20 20

P— Grace Sims 20, Avery Cathey 14, Sydney Adee 12, Kate Kuehler 12. WT— Cruz 7, Cooper 7. Records: Panhandle 26-8; WT High 3-20.

Vega 19 26 38 49 50

Lockney 4 21 31 49 58

V— Katelyn Ruiz 11, Lucy Richards 10. L— Cervantes 21, Villarreal 19. Records: Vega 19-14; Lockney 24-8.

Sunray 4 10 10 16

Wellington 23 43 58 73

S— Melanie Burrola 5. W— Kyla Kane 21, Hadlee Gomez 13, Audrey Jones 10. Records: Sunray 12-20; Wellington 26-7.

Farwell 10 23 40 49

New Deal 5 14 21 33

F— Charlie May Trimble 9, Bella Jaime 8. ND— Martinez 11. Records: Farwell 26-7; New Deal 17-17.

Class 1A

Follett 9 20 31 39

Silverton 9 29 41 53

F— Schilling 14, Howard 14. S— Francis 22, Lynn 10. Records: Follett 22-8; Silverton 19-9.

Claude 13 28 40 54

McLean 14 20 27 48

C— Godfrey 17, Holland 14; M— Russell 22, Salinas 9. Records: Claude 16-12; McLean 19-13.

Happy 18 38 55 64

Hart 5 12 16 25

Hap— Gibson 18, Johnson 13. Har— Minjarez 7. Records: Happy 18-10; Hart 6-11.

Valley 20 34 47 63

Fort Elliott 3 12 21 28

V— Schlueter 21, Cruse 12. FE— Sims 15. Records: Valley 21-4; Fort Elliott 15-12.

Kress 14 23 24 35

Hartley 9 16 29 42

K— Webb 11. H— Mariscal 13, Sybesma 11.

Records: Kress 18-9. Hartley 13-8.

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