Amarillo-area girls district basketball scores for January 6th

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Bushland forward and Abilene Christian University signee Emma Troxell gets set to shoot during a District 1 3A game against Spearman on Friday night at the Falcon Gym Ben Jenkins Press Pass Sports

3 things that happened on Friday night 

Amarillo High looks strong in District 3-5A opener

The No. 3-ranked Amarillo High Lady Sandies opened District 3-5A play in impressive fashion by blowing out Caprock 79-27 on Friday night at the AHS Activity Center.

The Lady Sandies (24-3, 1-0) had four players put up double figures led by Jada Graves and Taytum Bell who each finished with 14 points. Lacey Rice added 13, and teammate McKenzie Smith tallied 11.

Pringle-Morse makes long awaited history 

The Pringle-Morse Lady Cougars made history Friday night during a 64-14 thumping of Channing on Friday night in a District 3-1A opener. With the victory Pringle-Morse has won its first district game in close to 50 years. The high school has been back open for three years, but this is the first year for varsity athletics. For the last four decades the ISD was pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Out of the eight girls on varsity only one is a junior and the other seven are freshmen and sophomores. In the historic win Natalia Tarango led the Lady Cougars with 23 points, followed by teammate Dehilah Martin’s 21. Pringle-Morse is 7-11 overall on the year but more importantly 1-0 in league play.

Friday’s top performers

  • Canadian’s Brooklyn Cochran dropped in 32 points to lead the Lady Cats to a convincing 83-33 win over River Road to open District 1-3A play.
  • Lucy Richards of Vega dropped in 30 that helped the Lady Longhorns knock off rival Boys Ranch, 52-40.
  • The Gruver duo of Hannon Lankford and Kimber Whitehead combined for 57 points as the Lady Hounds downed West Texas High 86-15. Lankford scored a game-high 24 as Whitehead poured in 23.

District 3-5A

Caprock            1  12  19  27
Amarillo High  16  31  66  79
C- Johnson 15. AHS- Jada Graves 14, Taytum Bell 14, Lacey Rice 13, McKenzie Smith 11. Records: Caprock 9-15, 0-1; Amarillo High 24-3, 1-0.

Plainview  19  34  43  54
Tascosa     15  20  28  48
P- Janessa Fulton 14, Taylor Wallace 10. T- Aniyah Brackens 12, Avery Carter 12. Records: Plainview 11-6, 1-0; Tascosa 19-4, 0-1.

The Borger bench celebrates during the Lady Bulldogs win over rival Pampa in a District 4 4A matchup in Borger on Friday Elisa Chavez Press Pass Sports

District 4-4A

Canyon  13  21  29  47
Randall  13  15  22  37
C- Jaylee Moss 13, Kinslee Millican 9. R- Sadie Sanchez 13, Ashley Norman 10. Records: Canyon 17-3, 5-0; Randall 16-8, 4-1.

West Plains   4  12  28  36
Hereford     11  25  38  50
WP- Piper Patterson 12. H- Autumn Wilburn 11. Records: West Plains 8-12, 2-3; Hereford 16-10, 4-1.

Pampa  10  13  23  34
Borger  17  20  29  46
P- Bartlett 18. B- Realitee Brisco 14, Jordyn Toliver 9. Records: Pampa 13-9, 2-3; Borger 11-6, 2-3.

Dumas      3  11  27  43
Perryton    7  17 32  53
D- Kamryn Cox 22, Halie Coon 10. P- Mackenzi Stokes 20, Analia Loera 12. Records: Dumas 6-16, 0-5; Perryton 7-15, 1-4.

District 1-3A

Spearman  2  11  15  22
Bushland  13  26  32 40
S- Klafka 10. B- Chloe Cochran 11, Emma Troxell 10. Records: Spearman 18-5, 0-1; Bushland 16-6, 1-0.

Canadian     23  48  68  83
River Road    4  14  20  33
C- Brooklyn Cochran 32, Reiss Adams 12, Samantha Krehbiel 11. RR- Rylee Kunkel 15. Records: Canadian 17-7, 1-0; River Road 5-16, 0-1.

Dalhart  7  22  35  43
Tulia       0  14  23  41
D- Kammi Maddox 15. T- Alexis Yarbrough 20. Records: Dalhart 17-6, 1-0; Tulia 11-14, 0-1.

District 2-3A

Childress   9  19  31  40
Idalou     22  33  43  63
C- Ada Henderson 10. I- Heard 26, Gregory 10. Records: Childress 15-8, 0-1; Idalou 9-8, 1-0.

Shallowater 66, Lubbock Roosevelt 32

Abernathy 41, Slaton 21

District 3-3A

Dimmitt 54, Friona 19

Lamesa 39, Brownfield 25

Littlefield 47, Denver City 27

Gruver guard Brenna Butler looks to drive during a District 1 2A clash at West Texas High on Friday night Tucker Stroud Press Pass Sports

District 1-2A

Gruver      26  50  67  85
WT High    4   6   10   16
G- Hannon Lankford 24, Kimber Whitehead 23, Brenna Butler 10. WT- Smith 4, Stafford 4. Records: Gruver 15-5, 1-0; WT High 15-7, 0-1.

Sunray   2  8  18  36
Booker  9  18  22  35
S- Arianna Gallegos 11, Melanie Burrola 6. B- Alvarado 10. Records: Sunray 13-9, 1-0; Booker 6-13, 0-1.

Stratford  18  38  53  62
S-Fritch   10  17  20  23
Str- Addie Wells 16, Addison Bell 13, Kaydence Hood 11. SF- McCormack 8. Records: Stratford 14-7, 1-0; Sanford-Fritch 12-4, 0-1.

District 2-2A

Shamrock      3  6  6  10
Wellington  15  38  50  61
S- Holmes 4. W- Kaitlyn Bawcom 17, Briley Waters 14. Records: Shamrock 8-11, 0-1; Wellington 13-9, 1-0.

Quanah  20  38  61 77
Memphis  6  11  23  29
Q- Emily Meza 21, Tabor Christanelli 14. M- Arant 14. Records: Quanah 15-7, 1-0; Memphis 3-12, 0-1.

Clarendon  10  35  47  61
Wheeler      7  15  26  32
C- Hayes 11, Ciabel 10. W- Garcia 10, Shaw 8. Records: Clarendon 19-5, 1-0; Wheeler 10-11, 0-1.

District 3-2A

Farwell        4  13  28  35
Panhandle  11  24  36  48
F- Whitten 8, Baldwin 8. P- Avery Cathey 16, Grace Sims 15. Records: Farwell 19-4, 0-1; Panhandle 16-7, 1-0.

Boys Ranch  11  27  31  40
Vega            8   19  37  52
BR- Usangu 11, Artz 9. V- Richards 30, Drinnon 9. Records: Boys Ranch 4-9, 0-1; Vega 10-16, 1-0.

Bovina            11  23  35  44
Highland Park  14  24  32  37
B- Esparza 11, Luna 8. HP- Cassie McClurg 24, Angelina Lopez 9. Records: Bovina 9-8, 1-0; Highland Park 7-11, 0-1.

District 1-1A

Kelton         4  12  13  15
Fort Elliott  8  26  29  31
K- Alvarado 6, Rivera 6. FE- Rylee Rose 12, Jaylin Dickey 5. Records: Kelton 7-5, 1-3; Fort Elliott 7-9, 3-2.

Lefors        1  4  4  16 
McLean   30  43  67  82
L- Browning 4, Taylor 4. M- Reynolds 20, Moon 18, Salinas 17. Records: Lefors 4-13, 1-4; McLean 16-6, 5-0.

Miami          15  30  46  60  
Darrouzett   0    2    5    5
M- Ewing 17, Calvert 15. D- Brown 3. Records: Miami 16-6, 4-0; Darrouzett 0-10, 0-4.

District 2-1A

Claude         17  37  49  60
White Deer   0   8   16   23
C- Godfrey 13, Fouquet 12. WD- Swires 7, LaRue 4. Records: Claude 11-10, 1-0; White Deer 8-6, 0-1.

Silverton  13  25  42  49
Groom       8  22  35  48
S- Lynn 15, Francis 9. G- Friemel 22, Ritter 8. Records: Silverton 11-7, 1-0; Groom 10-11, 0-1.

Valley 88, Hedley 8

District 3-1A

Channing          2   2   8   14
Pringle-Morse  26  45  55  64
C- Dom 8, Lyberti 6. P- Tarango 23, Martin 21. Records: Channing 0-5, 0-1; Pringle Morse 7-11, 1-0.

Hartley        9  17  31  37  43 
Wildorado  15  18  28  37  40
H— Sybesma 18, Mariscal 9. Records: Hartley 9-6, 1-0; Wildorado 7-10, 0-1.

Texline 63, Adrian 17

District 4-1A

Hart          2   2   4   4 
Nazareth  27  48  65  87
H- Evans 2, Mata 2. N- Schilderink 19, Birkenfeld 17, Peterson 15, Myrick 12, Dyer 10. Records: Hart 2-12, 0-1; Nazareth 15-9, 1-0.

Happy  12  30  41  53
Lazbuddie  5  12  20  25
Scorers not reported. Records: Happy 12-9, 1-0; Lazbuddie 12-4, 0-1.

Springlake-Earth  8  21  27  33 
Kress                  7  11  25  34
S- Goodman 17, Toscano 5. K- Baker 16, Bechtold 9. Records: Earth 6-11, 0-1; Kress 9-9, 1-0.

TAPPS 1-3A

San Jacinto Christian  6  24  31  36
Temple Christian        3  8   11   22
SJCA- Harlie Brabham 17, Kristi Gage 6, Mikee McReynolds 6, Devin Whitney 6. TC- Christian-Esskew 8, Twillie 8. Record: San Jacinto Christian 16-3, 1-0.

 

 

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