3 things that happened in girls hoops around the Amarillo-area Monday night

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Palo Duro’s SH’Heniece Matthews (4) shoots a jumper over Lubbock Cooper defenders during a key District 3-5A game Tuesday night at the Palo Duro Activity Center. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

District 3-5A is a mess

Amarillo High clinched finished District 3-5A at 16-0, and will be the top-seed. Lubbock Monterey went 14-2 in district and will be the two-seed. That was the easy part. Here’s where things get crazy.

Lubbock Cooper beat Palo Duro on the road Tuesday night, while Plainview thumped Lubbock Coronado 53-30. That causes a three-way tie for the final two playoff spots out of 3-5A with all three teams finishing at 9-7.

After a coin flip Tuesday night, Plainview drew a bye, so Palo Duro will play Cooper again at 6 p.m. Thursday in Dimmitt. The winner of that game will play Plainview on Friday night in Dimmitt.

If Plainview wins they are the No. 3-seed. If they lose, they’ll play the loser from Thursday. I hope this makes sense?

Bushland claims outright title

The Bushland Lady Falcons laid claim to a fifth straight district championship Tuesday night. Bushland (20-9 overall) took down rival River Road 85-50 to take the outright District 1-3A title with a 13-1 mark. Taryn Schultz scored a game-high 26 points in the win.

Monday’s top performers

Tascosa’s Jada Miller poured in 33 as the Lady Rebels blistered Odessa Permian on Senior Night 105-48. It was the first time all season for Tascosa to reach the century mark.

Dumas post Sheda Madit put up a game-winning shot off the block with less than a second remaining that gave the Demonettes a thrilling 34-33 buzzer beater win against Pampa.

Lara Mason of Vega chipped in 18 points as the Lady Longhorns took the season sweep of Farwell 58-46 on the road Tuesday. Mason’s effort helped No. 2-ranked Vega finish the regular season at 32-0 overall and 8-0 in District 3-2A.

Panhandle’s Bailey Walterscheid scored a game-best 22 points as the Ettes handed Wheeler a convincing loss.

Girls scoreboard

District 2-6A

Odessa Permian 9 24 34 48

Tascosa 42 64 86 105

P— Karen Guzman 17. T— Jada Miller 33, Aubry Johnson 21, Jessalyn Gonzales 18. Records: Permian 7-24, 1-9; Tascosa 24-10, 8-2.

Frenship 70, Midland High 29

Midland Lee 47, Odessa High 26

District 3-5A

Cooper 11 17 33 52

Palo Duro 5 12 24 41

LC— Douglas 16, Cortez 9. PD— Matthews 13, Green 6. Records: Cooper 17-17, 9-7; Palo Duro 15-17, 9-7.

Plainview 53, Coronado 30

Lubbock High 0 8 13 25

Amarillo High 22 39 57 73

LHS— Wooten 10, Chavez 10. AHS— Zayla Tinner 15, Rachel Haase 14, Daisha Johnson 10. Records: LHS 6-23, 0-16; AHS 32-2, 16-0.

Randall 11 22 34 48

Monterey 14 29 45 64

R— Cassidy Beck 13, Ainsley Velasquez 10. M— Stephens 17, Mora 12. Records: Randall 16-15, 7-9; Monterey 30-4, 14-2.

District 3-4A

Hereford 9 14 22 31

Canyon 13 25 40 50

H— Miranda Acosta 8, Anahi Flores 6. C— Taylor Thomas 13, Chloe Callahan 11. Records: Hereford 21-9, 5-3; Canyon 28-1, 8-0.

Levelland 54, Estacado 22

District 4-4A

Pampa 8 11 22 33

Dumas 7 12 23 34

P— Ostercamp 11, Mojica 5. D— Macie Medrano 8, Danny Duran 7, Sheda Madit 7. Records: Pampa 13-21, 4-4; Dumas 14-15, 6-2.

District 1-3A

River Road 13 25 37 50

Bushland 20 55 73 85

RR— Shannon 19. B— Taryn Schultz 26, M. Morgan 15, Emma Troxell 15. Records: 11-19, 4-10; Bushland 20-9, 13-1.

Spearman 8 15 29 41

Canadian 5 10 24 39

S— Pipkin 18, Davis 8. C— Boyd 25, Moreno 5. Records: Spearman 23-11, 11-3; Canadian 25-8, 11-3.

Dimmitt 38, Friona 33

District 8-3A

Childress 14 30 46 60

City view 4 8 12 21

C— Grace foster 20, Kylee Spangler 10. CV— Awayna Whiteside 11, Presley Maples 6. Records: Childress 23-8, 7-3; City View 6-25, 0-10.

District 1-2A

Gruver 28 51 68 81

S-Fritch 5 8 8 10

G— Babbs 22, Maupin 16, Armes 13, McCoy 10 SF— Burris 5. Records: Gruver 31-2, 10-0; S-Fritch 7-21, 1-9.

WT High 8 17 25 39

Stratford 17 27 41 62

WT— Addie Watkins 10. S— Ashton Lavake 14, Cody Paige Audrain 10. Records: WT High 16-13, 5-5; Stratford 19-11, 8-2.

District 2-2A

Wellington 15 32 57 66

Memphis 4 11 20 30

W–– Jo Neely 16, Kane 13. M–– Henderson 13. Records: Wellington 28-5, 10-0; Memphis 17-12, 4-6.

Wheeler 3 5 13 17

Panhandle 14 36 60 68

W— Wendy Lopez 8. P— Bailey Walterscheid 22, Kinley Graham 18, Mason Jones 11. Records: Wheeler 14-15, 1-9; Panhandle 27-5, 8-2.

Clarendon 6 19 35 53

H. Park 8 15 18 23

C— Brown 26. HP— McClurg 12 Patterson 6. Records: Clarendon 20-11, 7-3; Highland Park 11-19, 1-9.

District 3-2A

Vega  15  34  45  58

Farwell  5  14  28  46

V–– Mason 18, Jackson 14, Knoll 12. F–– Actkinson 18, Agee 10. Records: Vega 32-0, 8-0; Farwell 22-10, 5-3.

Sudan 49, Olton 22

District 1-1A

Miami 11 15 26 41

Booker 6 21 29 38

M–– Bell 19, Howard 7. B–– Galvan 12, Burt 12. Records: Miami 17-10, 6-4; Booker 11-16, 6-4.

Higgins  23 28 46  56

Darrouzett  0 8 11 11

H–– Co. Watson 23, Ca. Watson 15. D–– Macias 9. Records:  Higgins 20-3, 10-0; Darrouzett 0-22, 0-10.

2-1A

Fort Elliot 10 18 27 31

Follett 11 19 25 46

Fol–– Bass 11. Records: Fort Elliott 10-18, 2-8; Follett 12-17, 6-4.

District 2-1A

McLean 12  28 34 51

White deer  7 11 16 40

M— Russell 15, Moon 13. W— Haiduk 11, Bradley 10; Records: McLean 20-8, 10-2; White Deer 15-15, 8-4.

Lefors  2 10 17  20

Shamrock  19 34 45  54

L— Robinson 7. S— Shields 21, Sanders 17. Records: Lefors 3-16, 0-12; Shamrock 11-19, 4-8.

District 3-1A

Adrian 7 20 27 40

Wildorado 20 38 49 64

A–– Ruiz 22, Green 11. W–– Stephens 13, Trayler 13. Records: Adrian 10-16, 1-11;

Wildorado 15-11, 7-5.

Wednesday’s games

District 4-4A

Perryton at Dalhart, 5 p.m.

District 1-3A

Muleshoe at Tulia, 6:30 p.m.

District 1-2A

Sunray at Boys Ranch, 3 p.m.

District 2-1A

Groom at Claude, 6 p.m.

District 3-1A

Nazareth at Happy, 4 p.m.

Thursday’s game

Hartley at Channing, 6 p.m.

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