How it happened in Boys District Basketball on Feb 15

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Randall’s KJ Thomas shoots a jumper during a District 3-5A game against Caprock at the Randall Gym on Friday night. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

There was much on the line for Boys High School Basketball teams on the final night of the regular season. Here’s how the scenarios played out within the Texas Panhandle districts.

District 3-5A

Randall and Plainview are headed for a play-in game for the fourth and final playoff spot out of the district. The Bulldogs upset Palo Duro 60-48 on Tuesday night, while Randall pulled away from Caprock 74-64. Both teams end league play at 4-6 overall. The play-in game is set for 6:30 p.m. Friday night in Dimmitt.

District 4-4A

Hereford and Borger both won Tuesday night to tie for third place in district at 5-5. Hereford downed Dumas 75-54, and the Bulldogs dismantled Pampa 68-48. Hereford and Borger will have a third place seeding matchup at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Palo Duro High School Activity Center

District 1-3A

Bushland claimed the outright district title and will be the No. 1-sees by defeating Dalhart 51-26. Spearman finished second, followed by River Road in third.

Canadian knocked off Highland Park on Monday 70-36. Thanks to that victory, and two wins against Dalhart the Wildcats clinch the fourth and final spot over the Golden Wolves.

District 2-3A

Tulia defeated Childress with a thrilling 44-43 victory on the road Tuesday. Thanks to that win and an Idalou victory over Abernathy 81-65, Tulia and Abernathy had to flip for the second. The Antelopes won the flip to get the second spot. Tulia is third, and Childress will be the No. 4-seed.

District 3-3A

Dimmitt beat Brownfield in a close contest 57-53 to claim the outright district crown Tuesday night to finish 8-3 in the league.

Littlefield made things more interesting when the Wildcats knocked off Denver City 42-37 on Tuesday, putting Denver City, Lamesa, and Brownfield in a second place tie at 7-4. The three teams will flip for seeding Thursday morning.

District 2-2A

Panhandle took down Shamrock 46-36 to become the No. 3-seed out of the district. The Irish will be the No. 4-seed.

District 3-2A

Vega upset Farwell 66-61 to pull into a second place tie at 5-3 in the district standings. Vega won the flip, and will be the No. 2-seed. Farwell will be the No. 3-seed.

Bovina and Boys Ranch are having a play-in game for the fourth and final playoff spot at 6 p.m. Friday at Boys Ranch.

District 1-1A

Booker won the district championship and will be the No. 1-seed by downing Follett 43-35. Follett is the No. 2-seed.

Fort Elliott beat McLean 49-46 to force a rematch for the fourth and final postseason berth. The two teams will have a play-in game at 6 p.m. Friday in Wheeler.

District 2-1A

Valley won the outright district championship by defeating Hedley 60-37. Hedley will be the No. 2-seed, Silverton the No. 3-seed, and Groom takes the fourth spot.

District scores

District 3-5A

Amarillo High 16 23 44 59

Tascosa 11 24 33 41

AHS— Brendan Hausen 22, Damonze Woods 13. T— Izaiah Mendoza 12, Jailyn Sledge 9. Records: Amarillo High 28-6, 10-0; Tascosa 13-15, 5-5.

Palo Duro 13 22 34 48

Plainview 12 24 39 60

PD— Audi Luckey 16, Kadden Price 12. Plv— Jayvian Lawson 18, Z. Riddley 14. Records: Palo Duro 23-6, 7-3; Plainview 14-20, 3-7.

Caprock 18 32 53 64

Randall 18 41 49 74

C— Landon Brown 23, Alain Nziza 20. R— KJ Thomas 36, JJ Buchanan 12. Records: Caprock 9-22, 0-10; Randall 17-16, 4-6.

District 4-4A

Canyon 10 15 26 39

Perryton 9 17 18 22

C— Kemper Jones 16 Evan Hughes 6. P— Daxton Rigdon 5, T. Pshigoda 5. Records: Canyon 25-5, 10-0; Perryton 11-17, 3-7.

Dumas 7 21 34 54

Hereford 19 43 63 75

D— Matthew Reynaga 12. H— Aiden Arias 18, Braedyn Mendoza 16, Tyi Duque 16. Records: Dumas 24-6, 6-4; Hereford 15-14, 5-5.

Borger 11 36 52 65

Pampa 3 19 28 48

B— Gage Martinez 31, Jennings 17. P— Cason Floyd 16, Hunter Nichols 10. Records: Borger 15-18, 5-5; Pampa 16-13, 1-9.

District 1-3A

Monday’s game

Canadian 25 42 58 76

H. Park 18 21 27 30

C— Kaden Carr 14, Jaxtyn Valenzuela 11, Tripp Mills 10. HP— Alex Cowden 9. Records: Canadian 8-16, 4-6; Highland Park 4-24, 0-10.

Tuesday’s games

Dalhart 5 16 18 26

Bushland 12 22 32 51

D— Trujillo 14. B— Purcell 13, Whaley 11. Records: Dalhart 8-21, 4-6; Bushland 16-9, 9-1.

Spearman 24 30 45 55

River Road 7 23 38 41

S— Pipkin 21, Lopez 11. RR— Marshall 10. Records: Spearman 19-6, 8-2; River Road 11-13, 5-5.

District 2-3A

Tulia 2 16 32 44

Childress 13 25 30 43

T— Allen Garcia 14, Travon McCaslin 12, Adrian Brookings 11. C— Lamont Nickelberry 13, Avery Jalomo 12. Records: Tulia 24-8, 8-4; Childress 13-15, 7-5.

Idalou 81, Abernathy 65

Shallowater 83, Lub. Roosevelt 39

District 3-3A

Brownfield 16 28 40 53

Dimmitt 17 36 49 57

D— CJ Willey 13, Ivan Moreno 11. Records: Brownfield 11-17, 8-4; Dimmitt 18-9, 9-3.

Littlefield 42, Denver City 37

Lamesa 63, Muleshoe 60

District 2-2A

Wheeler 9 14 18 24

Clarendon 31 57 63 70

W— Martin 9. C— Penigar 21, D’Costa 12, Davis 11. Records: Wheeler 11-15, 3-7. Clarendon 22-2, 10-0.

Memphis 5 10 17 27

Wellington 14 32 52 81

M— Acevedo 14. W— Brendon Garcia 26, Jordan Nation 19, Creighton Killian 13. Records: Memphis 2-27, 0-10; Wellington 16-10, 7-3.

Shamrock 5 13 27 38

Panhandle 12 24 27 47

S— Justin Moon 12, Sean Wright 11. P— Landyn Hack 17, Korbin Preston 16. Records: Shamrock 14-12, 4-6; Panhandle 12-18, 6-4.

District 3-2A

Farwell 10 24 44 61

Vega 15 34 52 66

F— Nunez 16, Stancell 12. V— Grawunder 30, Segovia 14. Records: Farwell 23-7, 5-3; Vega 14-13, 5-3.

Bovina 11 24 34 44

Olton 19 37 57 79

B— Amaya 13. O— C. Urbina 22. Records: Bovina 4-17, 1-7; Olton 28-3, 8-0.

District 1-1A

Booker 10 20 31 43

Follett 5 19 30 35

B— Chisum 10, Hernadez 10. F— Watson 22. Records: Booker 20-8, 11-1; Follett 15-8, 9-3.

Fort Elliot 49, McLean 46

Darrouzett 61, Lefors 47

District 2-1A

Hedley 11 18 29 37

Valley 14 30 44 60

H— Alston 11, Booth 10. V— Standlee 22, Edwards 20, Pigg 14. Records: Hedley 17-7, 7-3; Valley 18-6, 8-2.

Groom 14 22 37 47

Claude 3 12 18 28

G— Kuehler 14. C— Vega 7. Records: Groom 13-8, 6-4; Claude 4-23, 0-10.

Silverton 43, White Deer 29

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