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3 things that happened in boys district basketball on Jan. 12


Amarillo High’s Brendan Hausen celebrates on the floor after tipping in a shot to end the third quarter during the Sandies rout of Randall 77-49 on Tuesday night at the Raiders Gym. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]


AHS makes statement

The No. 3-ranked Amarillo High Sandies put District 3-5A on notice Tuesday night with an impressive 77-49 rout of Bell Street rival Randall at the Raiders Gym.

After a back-and-forth first quarter with AHS leading 21-17, the Sandies turned it up another level in the second quarter taking off on a 25-7 run for a commanding 46-24 lead. Junior guard Brendan Hausen was flat out on fire in the victory showing off his unlimited range. Shooting from all over the floor, Hausen knocked down six, 3-pointers in the first half to pour in 18 of his game-high 22 points in the first half. Teammate Cade Hornecker followed with 14, while Damonze Woods scored 12 and Owen Boyett chipped in 10.

The Sandies are off to a 2-0 start in district and 12-2 overall. Randall’s Kainan Thomas scored 20 in the loss, as the Raiders fall to 14-2, 1-1.


Bushland takes down Canadian

In an intriguing District 1-3A opener the Bushland Falcons were able to snag a 68-54 double-digit home win against Canadian on Tuesday night.

Bushland improves to 9-4 overall and 1-0 in district play. The Wildcats, a month removed from winning a Class 3A Division II state championship in football, fall to 1-3, 0-1.

Senior guard Nathan Welch lit up the perimeter with 23 points for Bushland. Reagan Cochran scored a team-high 17 points for Canadian.


Tuesday’s top performers

Palo Duro guard Jelani Mohamed scored 25 points that lifted the Dons past rival Caprock, 63-54.


Kemper Jones and Brock Corman of Canyon combined for 49 points in the Eagles 89-51 win against Dumas. Jones poured in 25, Corman followed with 24.


Happy’s Pace Bressler had a game-high 19 for the Cowboys during a 50-28 district win against Adrian.


District 3-5A

Amarillo High 20 46 65 77

Randall 17 24 35 49

AHS— Brendan Hausen 22, Cade Hornecker 14, Damonze Woods 12, Owen Boyett 10. R— Kainan Thomas 20, Aaron Ovalle 9. Records: AHS 12-2, 2-0; Randall 14-2, 1-1.


Palo Duro 12 27 43 63

Caprock 13 24 42 54

PD— Jelani Mohamed 25, Kadden Price 12, Paetyn Walker 11. C— Alain Aziza 17, Chastan Barnes 11, Juvie Ndayishimiye 10. Records: Palo Duro 13-1, 1- 1; Caprock 7-5, 0-2.

Plainview 7 15 34 57

Tascosa 10 25 47 62

P— Jayuson Lawson 26, Duff Martinez 9. T— Tony Collins 13, BT Daniels 12, Javonte Gilbreath 10. Records: Tascosa 5-12, 2-0.


District 4-4A

Dumas 11 18 38 51

Canyon 27 51 74 89

D— Cristian 21, Reynaga 14. C— Kemper Jones 25, Brock Corman 24, Joe Shaw 10. Records: Dumas 11-5, 0-1; Canyon 7-7, 1-0.


Borger 8 13 23 32

Hereford 17 37 51 72

B— Jones 12. H— B. Walker 18, C. Ball 10. Record: Hereford 13-3, 1-0.


Perryton 11 20 33 47

Pampa 18 22 34 37

P— Pshigoda 13, Stevens 11. Pam— Troy Perez 17. Records: Perryton 6-5, 1-0; Pampa 6-6, 0-1.


District 1-3A

Canadian 16 31 48 54

Bushland 22 47 55 68

C— Cochran 17, Culwell 11, Anderson 11. B— Welch 23, Hendricks 14. Records: Canadian 1-3, 0-1; Bushland 9-4, 1-0.


Spearman 7 27 43 61

Highland Park 13 17 19 29

S— Wilkerson 15, Varela 14, Klafka 13. Record: Spearman 8-2, 1-0; Highland Park 6-6, 0-1.


Dalhart 17 19 33 47

River Road 9 19 28 40

D— Hammett 13, Trujillo 10. RR— McCormick 10, Brown 9. Records: Dalhart 7-8, 1-0; River Road 4-6, 0-1.


District 2-3A

Childress 12 25 36 49

Abernathy 6 17 35 59

C— Camden Read 12, Lane Foster 11. A— Luke Houston 18, Malachai Reyes 17. Records: Childress 7-4, 2-2; Abernathy 12-4, 4-0.


Tulia 55, Lubbock Roosevelt 46


Shallowater 86, Slaton 45


District 1-2A

Stratford 10 21 33 45

Gruver 4 18 41 57

S— Trever Bell 16, Luke Braden 11. G— Millsap 14, Gibson 10, Lopez 10. Records: Stratford 3-7, 0-1; Gruver 4-10, 1-0.


Sunray 58, WT High 48


District 2-2A

Clarendon 13 27 42 57

Shamrock 7 17 31 46

C— Davis 18, Ballard 11. S— Jernigan 16, Wright 12. Records: Clarendon 10-4, 2-0; Shamrock 8-5, 0-2.


Wellington 8 15 19 34

Panhandle 9 29 47 63

W— Kayden Valles 9, Carson Tarver 8. P— Landyn Hack 20, Colter Lynch 11, Dylan Segura 10. Records: Wellington 3-5, 0-2.

Panhandle 10-3, 2-0.


Memphis 8 15 27 42

Wheeler 15 37 45 59

W— Rascon 20, Prichard 15. M— Luna 23. Record: Wheeler 10-3, 2-0; Memphis 4-8, 0-2.


District 3-2A

Bovina 8 24 34 44

Vega 10 23 33 42

B— D. Delarosa 15, A. Lara 10. V— C. Gilter 20, C Brorman 16. Records: Vega 2-9, 0-1.


District 1-1A

Fort Elliott 72, Lefors 38


Miami 73, Follett 65 (2OT)


Booker 38, McLean 33


District 2-1A

Valley 12 30 42 56

Groom 10 21 33 53

V— Pigg 14, Hartman 13, Edwards 11, Standlee10. G— S. Kuehler 22, Shuck 15, Lamb 12. Records: Valley 9-7, 1-0. Groom 2-4, 0-1


Claude 6 13 26 30

White Deer 18 33 44 50

C— Spencer 16. W— Ketchum 10. Records: Claude 0-9, 0-1. White Deer 2-11, 1-0.


Hedley 65, Silverton 37

District 3-1A

Happy 5 18 23 50

Adrian 4 9 20 28

H— Bressler 19, Coile 9. A— Johnston 8. Records: Happy 5-5, 3-2.


Wildorado 4 20 29 40

Texline 12 33 53 72

W— Harris 13. T— Lozano 18, Luther 16, Potter 16. Records: Wildorado 14-3, 4-1; Texline 11-3, 3-1.






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