Girls basketball district roundup – Canyon pummels Perryton, West Plains wins, McLean stays hot

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Randall guard Sadie Sanchez drives for a layup against Dumas during a District 4 4A game on Friday night Ben Jenkins Press Pass Sports

Randall stays unbeaten in district 

Randall kept pace with rival Canyon by getting a lopsided win over Dumas 72-36 at home on Friday.

The Lady Raiders remain undefeated in District 4-4A at 3-0 and are now 11-7 overall. Dumas drops to 5-11, 0-3.

Randall talented guard Sadie Sanchez lit up Dumas for 25 points followed by Avri Burk’s 13. Kamryn Cox had 27 points for a game-high despite the loss for the Demonettes.
Dumas   4  15  29  36
Randall  20  31  47  72
D- Kamryn Cox 27. R- Sadie Sanchez 25, Avri Burk 13, Havi Valdez 10. Records: Dumas 5-11, 0-3; Randall 11-7, 3-0.

Canyon rolls over Lady Wolves

The No. 4 Canyon Lady Eagles used their signature smothering defense to stay unbeaten in district, as they took over midway through the third quarter to roll past West Plains 43-22 on the road in the first-ever matchup between Canyon ISD hoops royalty and the district’s newest school.

West Plains hung tough early and trailed only 17-12 at halftime, and after an offensive struggle to open the second half, the Lady Wolves cut the lead to 17-14. But after that, it was all Canyon (13-2, 3-0 in district), as the Lady Eagles scored nine straight points to get a more comfortable lead and cruised from there.

Canyon’s Kinslee Millican was the game’s only scorer in double figures with 11 points, including seven in the second half. Aaniyah Kitchen led West Plains (5-9, 2-1) with eight points. While the Lady Wolves suffered their first district loss, they still scored more points in the game than either of Canyon’s two previous district opponents.
Canyon  14  17  28  43
W. Plains  5  12  16  22
C – Kinslee Millican 11, Sydnee Winfrey 8. WP – Aaniyah Kitchen 8, Dane’ja Agu-White 7. Records: Canyon 13-2, 3-0. West Plains 5-9, 2-1.

Pampa knocks off Hereford

Pampa went on the road and got a huge victory upsetting Hereford 45-35 on Friday night.

The Lady Harvesters pulled away in the second half. Leading 23-19 at half, Pampa was able to outscore a Hereford team that struggled to score in the second half 22-16. Berlin Bartlett paced Pampa with a game-high 27 points, as Cambree Dyer chipped in 12.

Pampa earns its first District 4-4A victory improving to 1-2 and 9-7 overall. Hereford falls to 9-8, 2-1.
Pampa      8  23  30  45
Hereford  10  19  25  35
P- Berlin Bartlett 27, Cambree Dyer 12. H- Kyndal Blair 9. Records: Pampa 9-7, 1-2; Hereford 9-8, 2-1.

Borger earns district victory over Perryton 

Borger was able to snag its first district win by going on the road and taking down Perryton 58-41 on Friday.

The Lady Bulldogs move to 9-3 overall and 1-2 in District 4-4A. Perryton is still seeking its first district win at 0-3 and are 6-11 overall.

Borger’s Macey Northcutt poured in a game-high 15 points. Teammate Emilee Bridges chipped in 10.
Borger     14  33  51  58
Perryton  11  24  34  41
B- Macey Northcutt 15, Emilee Bridges 10. P- Emma Martinez 11, Analia Loeva 10. Records: Borger 9-3, 1-2; Perryton 6-11, 0-3.

District 1-1A

McLean, Miami, Follett all cruise

McLean stayed atop the District 1-1A standings getting a convincing 55-18 victory over Fort Elliott on Friday.

The Lady Tigers are 12-5 overall and 2-0 in district play. Hailo Moon scored 24 points to lead McLean followed by teammate Kassidy Russell with 14.

Miami opened its district schedule with a 57-11 blowout over Kelton. The Lady Warriors were paced by junior Mercedes Hartwig’s 27 points. Miami is 8-6 overall and 1-0 in District 1-1A.

Follett pulled away from Lefors in the second half for a 45-24 win at home. Follett is now 6-5 overall and 1-1 in league play. Reyna Rosales led the Lady Panthers with 20 points.

District 1-1 Girls scores

F. Elliott  3  6  8  18
McLean  15  30 50 55
FE- Rylee Rose 6. M- Hailo Moon 24 Kassidy Russell 14. Records: Fort Elliott 5-8, 1-1; McLean 12-5, 2-0.

Kelton     0  4  6  11
Miami  21  33  43  57
M- Mercedes Hartwig 27, Kalli Benge 13. Records: Kelton 7-4, 1-1; Miami 8-6, 1-0.

Lefors  8  15  21  24
Follett  8  25  36  45
L- Browning 8, Smith 6. F- Reyna Rosales 20, Kambri Braley 7. Records: Lefors 4-11, 0-2; Follett 6-5, 1-1.

 

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