3 things that happened in boys district basketball on Feb. 1

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Palo Duro’s Audi Luckey goes up between two Randall defenders during a District 3-5A matchup Tuesday night at the Randall Gym. [Lace Taylor/ Press Pass Sports]

Dons take season series from Randall

In another close matchup, the Palo Duro Dons escaped Randall by holding off the Raiders for a 59-55 win on Friday night in a key District 3-5A matchup.

The Dons, who won the first meeting 84-81 at home, sweep the season series from the Raiders, and stay all alone in second place behind Amarillo High in the district standings.

Audi Luckey was hot from the perimeter scoring 22 points to lead Palo Duro. Randall sophomore KJ Thomas poured in 21.

The Dons improve to 21-4 overall and 5-1 in district. Randall drops to 15-4, 2-4.

Word picks up 200 career wins

Miami Head Coach Brandon Word picked up his 200th career win last week. Word, in his first season at Miami, kept his Warriors winning on Tuesday with victory No. 201, as Miami defeated McLean 54-46 in a District 1-1A contest.

Collin Gonzales had a great game for the Warriors tallying a team-high 18 points.

From Press Pass Sports, congratulations to Coach Word on win 200 career victories.

Tuesday’s top performers

Canyon’s Brooks Wagner scored a game-high 20 points in a 70-29 downing of Dumas to keep the Eagles unbeaten in District 4-4A.

Lamont Nickelberry of Childress dropped in 23 points that lifted the Bobcats to a gritty road win at Idalou 71-68.

River Road’s Jordan Malone put up 26 points in a tremendous effort that saw the Wildcats beat Dalhart 57-50 in overtime.

District scores

District 3-5A

Palo Duro 13 30 47 59

Randall 15 33 38 55

PD- Luckey 22. R— Thomas 21, Wilson 12. Records: Palo Duro 21-4, 5-1; Randall 15-14, 2-4.

Amarillo High 8 21 33 41

Plainview 0 8 19 25

AHS— Brendan Hausen 13, Cade Hornecker 9. P— Z. Riddley 9, J. Lawson 8. Records: Amarillo High 24-6, 6-0. Plainview 13-17, 2-4.

Caprock 10 20 35 45

Tascosa 18 34 49 65

C— Alain Dziza 17, Yel Deeng 14. T— Jailyn Sledge 17, Izaiah Mendoza 16, Daion Wilson 12. Records: Caprock 9-18, 0-7. Tascosa 11-13, 3-3.

District 4-4A

Dumas 12 21 23 29

Canyon 16 27 51 70

D— Reynaga 4, Gardipe 4. C— Brooks Wagner 20, Kemper Jones 12. Records: Dumas 22-4, 4-2. Canyon 21-5, 6-0.

Borger 11 19 31 52

Hereford 14 30 45 70

B— Gage Martinez 22, Gabriel Campoya 14, Wyatt Gilman 10. H— Aiden Arias 16, Braedyn Mendoza 15, Tyi Duque 14. Records: Borger 13-16, 3-3; Hereford 12-13, 2-4.

Perryton 4 16 39 51

Pampa 11 22 29 47

Per— Rigdon 16, Pshigota 15, Cervantes 11. Pa— Floyd 18, Perez 15. Records: Perryton 10-14, 2-4; Pampa 16-9, 1-5.

District 1-3A

Canadian 17 20 30 37

Bushland 8 23 38 44

C— Kaden Carr 12. B— Cole Purcell 13. Records: Canadian 6-14, 2-4; Bushland 11-9, 5-1.

Dalhart 10 23 33 45 50

River Road 7 15 36 45 57

D— Read 14, Chacon 12. RR— Jordan Malone 26, Damontrae Marshall 8. Records: Dalhart 6-19, 2-4; River Road 9-11, 3-3.

Spearman 19 36 51 64

H. Park 2 16 25 26

S— Pipkin 16, Garnett 15. HP— Eleyes 4. Records: Spearman 17-4, 6-0; Highland Park 4-20, 0-6.

District 2-3A

Childress 13 24 46 71

Idalou 13 33 52 68

C— Lamont Nickelberry 23, Avery Jalomo 18, Billy Moore 13. I— Riley Hall 20, Dylan Hendley 19, Kade Houchin 17. Records: Childress 11-13, 5-3; Idalou 2-12, 2-7.

Tulia 15 26 47 55

Slaton 11 17 23 32

T— A. Brookins 15, T— McCaslin 13, A. Garcia 10. S – Brewster 7, Nichols 7. Records: Tulia 21-8, 5-4; Slaton 10-15, 2-7.

Abernathy 59, Lub. Roosevelt 29

District 3-3A

Dimmitt 20 32 42 57

Muleshoe 2 11 29 40

D— Garcia 11, Ontiveros 11, Cadena 10. Records: Dimmitt 15-8, 7-2; Muleshoe 5-14, 1-8.

Littlefield 71, Friona 45

Lamesa 57, Brownfield 49

District 1-2A

Gruver 16 41 53 63

Sunray 2 8 11 23

G— Millsap had 17, Weaver 12, Lopez 11. Records: Gruver 20-8, 5-1; Sunray 13-9, 2-4.

Sanford-Fritch 49, WT High 36

District 2-2A

Clarendon 6 13 26 41

Wellington 8 17 28 33

C— D‘Costa 14, Davis 11. W— Bryant Tarver 10. Records: Clarendon 18-2, 6-0; Wellington 13-9, 4-2.

Memphis 5 7 17 30

Panhandle 16 34 53 63

M— Victor 7, Edgar 6. P— Landyn Hack 13, Dylan Pohlmeier 11, Korbin Preston 10. Records: Memphis 2-23, 0-6; Panhandle 10-16, 4-2.

Shamrock 14 23 36 48

Wheeler 5 19 22 39

S— Braxton Allen 13, Justin Moon 12. W— Rowley 18, Ashurst 14. Records: Shamrock 13-9, 3-3; Wheeler 9-13, 1-5.

District 3-2A

Bovina 13 19 21 26

Vega 18 41 66 83

B— Lara 8. V— Grawunder 24, Gilter 15, Fowler 11. Records: Bovina 4-14, 1-4; Vega 12-12, 3-2.

Farwell 17 39 52 68

Boys Ranch 8 21 31 42

F— Atkinson 15, Stancell 12, Nunez 10, Waldrop 10. BR— Slater. Records: Farwell 22-5, 4-1; Boys Ranch 4-13, 0-5.

District 1-1A

Booker 29 49 55 67

Lefors 4 6 17 20

B— Banuelos 17, Chisum 10. L— Taylor 17.

Records: Booker 17-8, 8-1; Lefors 0-9, 0-8.

McLean 11 27 33 46

Miami 4 25 33 54

Mc— Betana 19, Carter 17. M— Gonzales 18, Brauchi 13. Records: McLean 11-14, 4-5. Miami 8-13, 5-4.

Darrouzett 52, Ft. Elliott 44

District 2-1A

Silverton 11 21 32 40

Hedley 10 19 34 47

S— Cox 16, Estes 11. H— Booth 18, Bond 12.

Records: Silverton 8-11, 3-3. Hedley 15-5, 5-1.

Valley 12 17 23 43

Groom 12 21 31 47

V— Pigg 17. G— Shuck 19. Records: Valley 15-5, 5-1. Groom 10-7, 3-3.

White Deer 54, Claude 39

District 3-1A

Nazareth 22 47 61 70

Channing 2 6 10 10

N— Gerber 17, Schulte 17, Rogers 12. C— Baca 6.

Records: Nazareth 18-10, 8-1; Channing 2-16, 1-9.

Happy 21 38 49 70

Adrian 6 16 18 24

H— Reyes 22, Holbrook 13. A— Owens 8. Records: Happy 9-8, 5-5; Adrian 10-18, 1-8.

Wildorado 4 21 31 45

Texline 24 41 67 80

W— Mason 14, Bryant 12. T— Lozano 21, Luther 18, Espino 12. Records: Wildorado 23-5, 7-3; Texline 23-2, 9-0.

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