3 things that happened in girls district basketball on Feb 5

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Tascosa’s Daizjia Oages dribbles up the floor during a District 3-5A game at Palo Duro on Friday night. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Tascosa nabs big win over rival PD

The Tascosa Lady Rebels picked up big production from key players when it counted to earn a big 71-62 road win at rival Palo Duro in Friday’s regular season finale.

The Lady Rebels finish the regular season at 13-12 overall and in a second place tie with Plainview (16-8) at 7-3 in the District 3-5A standings. The two teams flipped for seeding Friday night, and as a result Plainview will be the No. 2-seed out of the district, while Tascosa gets the No. 3 spot. Palo Duro (17-7, 5-5) will be the fourth and final seed.

D’Kiera Johnson and Jessalyn Gonzales combined for 47 points in the win against the Lady Dons on Friday. Johnson tallied a game-high 26, followed by Gonzales’ 21.

Seeding games

The University Scholastic League playoffs aren’t quite set for certain teams across the Texas Panhandle. They’ll be a handful of seeding games to take place to breakup the ties in certain districts. In District 4-4A, Dumas will square off with Perryton at 6 p.m. Monday in Gruver to determine the No. 3 and 4-seeds. In District 1-3A, Spearman and Bushland will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Borger to see who gets the No. 2 and 3-seeds. In District 3-2A, Farwell and Vega tied for the district title, so the two will matchup at 7 p.m. Monday at Canyon High School for the No. 1 and 2-seed, and finally in District 1-1A McLean takes on Miami at 6 p.m. Saturday in White Deer to determine the No. 2 and 3-seeds.

Friday’s top performers

Amarillo High’s Rachel Haase scored a career-high 30 points in the Lady Sandies 86-55 win at Caprock.

Vivianna Ramirez of Tulia knocked down seven 3-pointers on her way to a career-high 34 points as the Lady Hornets stung Lubbock Roosevelt 70-32.

Claude’s Maddox Scoggins helped the Lady Stangs cap off an unbeaten district mark going for 25 points in a win against Hedley

District 3-5A

Amarillo High 26 46 68 86

Caprock 10 27 37 55

AHS— Rachel Haase 30, Zeryhia Aokuso 10, McKenzie Smith 10. C— Alana Strong 23, Tyra Navarrete 13. Records: AHS 18-2, 9-1; Caprock 6-17, 1-9.

Tascosa 24 36 48 71

Palo Duro 20 33 45 62

T— D’Kiera Johnson 26, Jessalyn Gonzales 21, Daizjia Oages 10. PD— A Miller 22, V Moreno 13. Records:Tascosa 13-12, 7-3; Palo Duro 17-7, 5-5.

Randall 14 30 36 45

Plainview 14 37 45 62

R— Benton 10, Velasquez 10. P— Bennett 16, Esquivel 12. Records: Randall 8-19, 1-9; Plainview 16-8, 7-3.

District 4-4A

Hereford 12 26 43 50

Perryton 9 18 29 38

H— Miranda Acosta 11, Taytum Stow 11. P— Perez 15, Navarette 11. Records: Hereford 16-5, 8-2; Perryton 12-10, 5-5.

Dumas 18 32 42 47

Borger 4 6 16 20

D— Halie Coon 12, Sheda Madit 12. Records:

Records: Dumas 10-17, 5-5; Borger 3-20, 1-9.

Canyon 2, Pampa 0 (Forfeit)

Nondistrict

Panhandle 11 27 32 39

Canyon 10 27 44 54

P— Jones 13. C— K Winfrey 14, Callahan 10

Records: Panhandle 23-3; Canyon 24-1.

District 1-3A

Spearman 14 22 28 38

Canadian 8 16 22 28

S— Pipkin 12, Lusby 10. C— Boyd 12. Records: Spearman 15-8, 7-3; Canadian 22-3, 9-1.

River Road 6 11 16 18

Bushland 23 31 53 73

RR— Kiser 9. B— Emma Troxell 25, Kayleigh Homfeld 15. Records: River Road 3-21, 1-9; Bushland 15-8, 7-3.

Highland Park 4 12 24 31

Dalhart 13 44 67 80

D— Kaeona Marquez 18, Jadyn Trusler 14, Kennedy Green 13. HP— Nevaeh Rodriguez-12, Cassie McClurg-11. Records: H. Park 3-18, 1-9; Dalhart 17-9, 5-5.

District 2-3A

Abernathy 5 13 22 40

Childress 17 29 44 54

A— Vivareal 9, Chambers 9. C— Grace Foster, Addilyn Keys 12. Records: Abernathy 15-12, 5-7; Childress 10-9, 7-5.

Lub. Roosevelt 10 21 28 32

Tulia 18 35 47 70

R— Limon 15. T— Ramirez 34, White 12. Records: Roosevelt 7-17, 2-10; Tulia 9-17, 2-10.

Slaton 10 15 19 21

Shallowater 15 36 55 64

Sl— Porter 15. Sh— Harris 15, Brattain 13, Wood 11. Records: Slaton 6-14, 4-8; Shallowater 23-0, 12-0.

District 1-2A

Gruver 27 54 68 77

S. Fritch 1 1 4 9

G— Bailey Maupin 23, Brenna butler 11. SF— Kadance Vaughn 4. Records: Gruver 20-2, 8-0; S. Fritch 6-13, 0-8.

Stratford 11 30 46 58

Sunray 4 10 23 29

Str— Reaghan Audrain 13. Sun— Gallegos 9. Records: Stratford 16-8, 6-2; Sunray 5-14, 2-6.

District 3-2A

Farwell 19 36 48 67

Bovina 6 8 18 28

F— Agee 17, Bradley 15. B— Vela 15. Records: Farwell 18-9, 7-1; Bovina 6-11, 2-6.

Olton 2, Boys Ranch 0 (Forfeit)

District 1-1A

Follett 4 11 22 26

Miami 15 31 42 55

F— Jones 9, Smith 8 M— Gorecki 19, Hartwig 12. Records: Follett 17-2, 11-1. Miami 13-7, 9-3.

District 2-1A

Claude 36 64 73 85

Hedley 0 6 10 12

C— Scoggins 25, Fouquet 9. H— Lambert 6.

Records: Claude 15-8, 10-0. Hedley 2-18, 0-10

White Deer 8 21 35 52

Groom 11 25 31 46

W— Haiduk 14, Tracy 14. G— Ritter 14, Treadwell 10, Friemel 10. Records: White Deer 17-10, 8-2. Groom 15-11, 4-6.

Silverton 9 20 25 36

Valley 16 25 36 46

S— Francis 20. V— Cruse 20. Records: Silverton 12-9, 3-7. Valley 15-8, 5-5.

District 3-1A

Hartley 6 11 21 28

Happy 16 28 47 56

Har— Mallory Sandoval 13. Hap— Halee Johnson 15, Sydni Middleton 11. Records: Hartley 8-7, 5-6. Happy 18-7, 10-2

Texline 1 3 7 7

Nazareth 30 54 72 88

T— Ralston 5. N— Kleman 15, Corrales 14, Dyer 13. Records: Texline 7-11, 4-8. Nazareth 22-4, 12-0.

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