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3 things that happened in boys hoops around the Amarillo-area Tuesday night


Canadian’s Grant McCook skies for a layup against Bushland during a District 1-3A showdown Tuesday night in Canadian. [Alan Hale/ For Press Pass Sports]


Canadian claims 1-3A title

The Canadian Wildcats gained a measure of revenge of their only district loss earlier this year by holding off the Bushland Falcons 51-48 to claim the outright District 1-3A title Tuesday night in Canadian.

The Falcons nearly erased a 10-point deficit in the final minute, but a Nathan Welch 3-point shot at the buzzer hit the back iron and Canadian was able to come away with a thrilling win.

The Wildcats (14-2 overall) will be the top-seed out of the district with a 13-1 mark. Bushland will be the No. 2-seed at 12-2.

Canadian guard Grant McCook had a big night scoring a team-high 18 points.


Tascosa clinches share of 2-6A title

Tascosa handled Odessa High on Senior Night with an impressive 91-65 blowout victory.

The Rebels (24-6 overall) claim a share of the District 2-6A championship with Odessa Permian (27-3) with 9-1 league marks.

The two teams will flip for the top-seed during Thursday’s district meeting.

Isaiah Johnson and D.K. Alexander each poured in 18 points during Tuesday’s W.


Tuesday’s top performers

West Texas High’s Jonah Villanueva tied a school-record by knocking down nine 3-pointers during the Comanches 65-44 home win against Sunray. The senior was on fire, going 9-of-17 from beyond the arc, finishing with a game-high 35 points.


Kelton’s duo of Mark Herndon and Trace Carey combined for 61 points to help Lions ease past Follett 93-29. Kelton, in only its second year of restarting the varsity program, advances to the Class 1A playoffs for the first time in over 25 years. Herndon tallied a game-high 31 against the Panthers, followed by Carey’s 30.


Division I prospect and Amarillo High sophomore Brendan Hausen racked up 17 points as the Sandies rolled over Coronado 91-41. Hausen’s efforts helped the Sandies to a perfect 16-0 mark in District 3-5A.


Braeden Logue of White Deer used a superb effort with 15 points during a 49-31 win against Hedley, as the Bucks clinched their first district championship since the 2011 season,


Boys scoreboard


District 2-6A

Odessa High 15 35 44 65

Tascosa 22 38 65 91

OHS— Rose 19, Tijerina 13, Willis 11. T— Isaiah Johnson 18, D.K. Alexander 18, L.B. Moore 13

Donnie Sutton 12. Records: OHS 14-21, 4-6; Tascosa 24-6, 9-1.


Permian 88, Midland High 42


Frenship 75, Midland Lee 44


District 3-5A

Amarillo High 29 50 70 91

Coronado 6 18 32 41

AHS— Brendan Hausen 17, Chris Dees 15, Slade Simpson 14, Damonze Woods 13. C— Tillman 11. Records: Coronado 10-17, 6-10; AHS 26-8, 16-0.


Palo Duro 22 28 49 69

Caprock 3 9 16 21

PD— Camp 17, Price 15, Hill 11. C— Deeng 8. Records: Palo Duro 19-6, 13-3; Caprock 4-23, 2-14.


Randall 14 31 49 73

Lubbock 9 30 47 64

R— Gutz 21, Ovalle 21, Thomas 17. LHS— Meza 20, Rodriguez 16. Records: Randall 15-17, 7-9; LHS 3-25, 0-16.


Lubbock Monterey 63, Lubbock Cooper 54


District 3-4A

Canyon 12 31 57 70

Lamesa 10 19 30 42

C— Stephen Ferguson 19, Reese Seidman 17. L— J. Davis 10. Records: Canyon 19-11, 6-2; Lamesa 11-19, 0-8.


Hereford 7 13 28 38

Estacado 20 39 58 70

H— Blake Walker 16. E— I. Diaz 17, K. Avery 12. Records: Hereford 16–15, 3-5; Estacado 24-9, 3-5.


District 4-4A

Pampa 19 29 49 59

Perryton 5 10 22 39

Pam— Chase Landers 21, Casen Floyd 9. Per— Cuyler Feger 10, Brayden Klafka 10. Records: Pampa 28-5, 8-0; Perryton 14-11, 3-5.


Dumas 13 27 33 46

Borger 2 13 23 37

D— Hutcherson 10, Stroebel 9. Records: Dumas 20-12, 3-5; Borger 14-15, 0-8.


District 1-3A

Bushland 17 21 34 48

Canadian 19 30 40 51

B— Sutterfield 18, Welch 15, Marshall 11. C— McCook 18, Escamilla 12. Records: Bushland 18-9, 12-2; Canadian 14-2, 13-1.


Spearman 19 26 42 57

River Road 7 22 33 46

S— Black 24, Garnett 17. RR— Gillum 25. Records: Spearman 17-13, 8-6; R. Road 6-23, 4-10.


Friona 16 30 32 44

Muleshoe 14 33 57 65

M— Florez 15, D. Barron 21. F— Grado 24 Martinez 10. Records: Friona 3-22, 0-14; Muleshoe 9-20, 3-11.


Dimmitt 47, Tulia 32


District 8-3A

Bowie 16 22 39 48

Childress 10 36 56 74

B— Brayden Armstrong 13, Riley Harris 10. C— Matthew Cochran 22, Devron Sims 12 , Lamont Nickelberry 12. Records: Bowie 4-23, 1-9; Childress 24–5, 10-0.


District 1-2A

Sunray 11 20 41 44

WT High 15 31 50 65

S— Peeples 12, Packenbush 6. WT— Jonah Villanueva 35, Daniel Evans 14. Records: Sunray 7-21, 2-8; WT High 10-13, 5-5.


Gruver 25 47 61 71

Boys Ranch 4 19 31 45

G— Jalin Conyers 21, Bo Butler 11. BR— K.P. Curathers 11, Trae Marshall 9. Records: Gruver 26-4, 10-0; Boys Ranch 8-15, 2-8.


S-Fritch 6 19 36 57

Stratford 23 44 65 76

S— Trever Bell 21, Cody Rinne 13, Ty McBryde 12. SF— Ty Smith 20, Joel Watson 16. Records: Stratford 11-5, 8-2; S-Fritch 13-20, 3-7.


District 2-2A

H. Park 7 26 45 67

Panhandle 9 32 53 70

HP— Hunter Nicholas 38, Ethan Morris 25. P— Zion Mercer 19, Landyn Hack 19, Dylan Segura 10. Records: H. Park 18-13, 4-6; Panhandle 16-17, 4-6.


Wellington 0 10 22 26

Wheeler 21 33 43 56

Wel— Holcomb 11, Killian 9. W— Bailey 21, Andrade 12. Records: Wellington 12-13, 3-7; Wheeler 22-8, 8-2.


Clarendon 12 31 57 70

Memphis 13 23 33 46

C— D. Thompson 15, J. Davis 14. M— Yarbrough 17, Flores 11. Records: Clarendon 22-7, 9-1; Memphis 15-14, 2-8.


District 3-2A

Vega  10 19 30 52

Olton  9 20 36 46

V— Kirkland 22, Grawunder 11. O— Allcorn 16, Ramage 13. Records: Vega 24-5, 8-0; Olton 17-12, 5-3.


Farwell 16 23 44 60

Bovina 8 11 22 35

F— Actkinson 11, Waldrop 11. B— DeLaRosa 15. Records: Farwell 21-10, 5-3; Bovina 5-15, 1-7.


District 1-1A

Kelton 93, Follett 29

F— Franks 16. K— Mark Herndon 31, Trace Carey 30. Records: Follett 4-20, 1-11; Kelton 15-9, 7-5.


Miami 50, Darrouzett 45


Fort Elliott 73, Higgins 32


District 2-1A

White Deer 13 23 31 49

Hedley 15 21 23 31

W— Logue 15, Damron 10. H— Booth 10, Upton 9. Records: White Deer 17-12, 11-1; Hedley 14-14, 3-9.

Groom 14 21 33 40

Mclean 11 15 23 33

G— Lamb 14. M— Crockett 12. Records: Groom 15-3, 9-3; McLean 4-12, 3-9.


Claude 72, Lefors 40


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