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3 things that happened in boys hoops around the Amarillo-area Friday; Girls seeding game update

Updated: Feb 16


Canyon’s Jett Meek (11) drives to the basket against Lubbock Estacado during a District 4-4A clash Friday night in Canyon. [John Moore/ Press Pass Sports]

Estacado survives in Canyon

The Eagles late game heroics through district play came up short against Lubbock Estacado during a heartbreaking 57-56 loss at home Friday. The Matadors sank two free-throws with less than 10 seconds to play to take a one-point lead. Canyon had one last chance on an inbound play, however, were unable to execute. The Eagles (18-11) are now tied for the District 3-4A lead with Levelland at 5-2.


Hornets get big W

The Highland Park Hornets nabbed a huge 52-49 home win against district leading Wheeler to keep themselves in the playoff mix.

Hunter Nicholas went for a game-high 19 points as Highland Park moves to 18-12 overall and 4-5 in a stout District 2-2A. The Hornets are currently a game up on Panhandle and Wellington for third place in the league standings.


Friday’s top performers

Palo Duro’s Kaje Lee and Thaddeus Udoh combined for 53 points to lead the Dons to a 90-61 rout of Lubbock Coronado. Palo Duro outscored the Mustangs, 55-24, in the second half. Lee poured in 33 points, followed by Udoh with 20.


Spearman’s Peyton Black racked up 27 points which was the difference during a 59-48 victory against Tulia. Black’s effort puts Spearman (17-13, overall, 7-6 in district) all alone for the fourth and final playoff spot in District 1-3A.


Jonah Villanueva of West Texas High scored a game-high 23 points to help the Comanches seal a playoff spot in District 1-2A with a 51-45 win against Sanford-Fritch.


Girls seeding game update

Lubbock Cooper grabbed the third-seed in District 3-5A by handling Plainview 49-31 in Dimmitt. The Palo Duro Lady Dons were then able to take the fourth and final playoff spot Saturday, with a thrilling 40-38 win against Plainview.

In District 4-4A, Dalhart dominated Dumas 55-31, to earn the top-seed. Dumas will be the No. 2-seed. Pampa knocked off Perryton for the third place spot out of District 4-4A with a 43-36 victory.

Olton took the fourth and final playoff spot out of District 3-2A, beating Bovina, 50-35.

Follett and Wildorado are both playoff boundS Follett downed Miami 49-38 for the third place spot in District 1-1A, while Wildorado snuck past Hartley, 52-51, to claim the final spot out of District 3-1A.


Boys scoreboard

District 2-6A

Tascosa 23 28 53 66

Midland Lee 5 18 29 38

T— Isaiah Johnson 14, Elijah Rodriguez 13, Donnie Sutton 13. ML— Akbar 9, Young 9. Records: Tascosa 23-6, 8-1; Midland Lee 5-24, 0-9.


Odessa Permian 59, Frenship 32


Odessa High 74, Midland High 67


District 3-5A

Lub. Cooper 8 15 25 34

Amarillo High 14 24 41 47

LC— Rylan Wilcox 8, Kade Spears 7. AHS— Brendan Hausen 13, Chris Spears 8. Records: Cooper 16-9, 10-5; AHS 25-8, 15-0.


Coronado 22 37 45 61

Palo Duro 16 35 63 90

C— Evans 12, Alvarez 11. PD— Kaje Lee 33, Thaddeus Udoh 20, Jelani Mohamed 16, Kadeen Price 11. Records: Coronado 10-16, 6-10; Palo Duro 18-6, 12-3.


Plainview 69, Caprock 52


Lubbock Monterey 76, Lubbock High 37


District 3-4A

Estacado 16 31 45 57

Canyon 15 21 34 56

E— Simpson 17, Diaz 12. C— Stephen Ferguson 21, Miles Huffhines 10. Records: Estacado 23-9, 4-2;Canyon 18-11, 5-2.


Levelland 70, Lamesa 51


District 4-4A

Dalhart 19 37 58 67

Borger 7 19 33 49

D— Will Moore 15, Zach Barsalou 15, Xavier Hammett 12. B— Gage Martinez 11. Records: Dalhart 20-11, 6-2; Borger 14-14, 0-7.


Perryton 5 12 25 32

Dumas 8 13 17 17

P— Brayden Klafka 15, Daxton Rigdon 6. D— Hutcherson 4, Venzor 3. Records: Perryton 14-10, 3-4; Dumas 19-12, 2-5.


District 1-3A

Bushland 23 45 64 82

Friona 3 11 18 21

B— Andrews 19, Mosley 13, Troxell 11, Marshall 10, Hendricks 10. F— Grado 11. Records: Bushland 12-1, 18-8; Friona 3-21, 0-13.


Tulia 11 17 31 48

Spearman 14 24 43 59

T— McCaslin 24, Huseman 10. S— Black 27, Garnett 12. Records: Tulia 22-11, 6-7; Spearman 17-13, 7-6.


Canadian 25 48 76 96

Muleshoe 15 29 48 61

C— Culwell 24, McCook 22, Escamilla 19. M— Barron 22, Flores 15. Records: Canadian 13-2, 12-1; Muleshoe 8-20, 2-13.


Dimmitt 13 31 45 63

River Road 8 15 39 60

D— Acqtavian Baty 19, Luke Saenz 18. RR— Gillum 30, Malone 12. Records: Dimmitt 17-13, 9-4; River Road 6-22, 4-9.


District 8-3A

Childress 10 24 37 44

Holliday 6 22 31 38

C— Devron Sims 8, Matthew Cochran 7. H— Tucker Strealy 14, Ethan Greer 8. Records: Childress 23-5, 9-0; Holliday, 14-11, 4-5.


District 1-2A

Gruver 15 40 46 55

Sunray 7 15 17 26

G— Carter Armes 15, Bo Butler 9. S— Peeples 8, DeBord 7. Records: Gruver 25-4, 9-0; Sunray 7-20, 2-7.


Boys Ranch 4 14 35 45

Stratford 23 35 50 85

BR— Curathers 20, Hawkins 11. S— Trever Bell 24, Ty McBryde 18, Luke Braden 12. Records: Boys Ranch 8-14, 2-7. Stratford 10-5, 7-2.


WT High 12 25 42 51

S-Fritch 11 21 32 45

WT— Jonah Villanueva 23, Blake Flowers 8. SF— Kobee Cunningham 14, Ty Smith 12. Records: WT High 13-19, 4-5; S-Fritch 13-19, 3-6.


District 2-2A

Wheeler 16 23 38 49

H. Park 8 18 34 52

W— Brady Baily 26, Gustavo Andrade 11. HP— Hunter Nicholas 19, Ethan Morris 10. Records: Wheeler 21-8, 7-2; H. Park 18-12, 4-5.


Clarendon 6 25 41 60

Wellington 5 12 19 26

C— Davis 16, J. Butler 12. W— Combs 13, Holcomb 6. Records: Clarendon 21-7, 8-1; Wellington 12-12, 3-6.


Memphis 13 17 32 45

Panhandle 13 23 40 53

M— Tavion Yarbrough 24, Genaro Luna 13. P— Landyn Hack 15, Zion Mercer 13, Dylan Segura 10. Records: Memphis 15-13, 2-7; Panhandle 15-17, 3-6.


District 3-2A

Olton 3 21 30 36

Farwell 8 13 25 38

F— Jonathan Mora 14. O— Brian Capen 11. Records: Olton 17-11, 5-2; Farwell 20-10, 4-3.


Sudan 67, Bovina 49


District 1-1A

Booker 57, Kelton 27


Miami 57, Follett 25


District 2-1A

Hedley 8 31 38 47

Shamrock 21 31 55 69

H–– Booth 23. S–– Wright 22, Norman 12, Jernigan 11, Owens 10. Records: Hedley 14-13, 3-8; Shamrock 21-10, 10-2.


Lefors 4 10 20 24

White Deer 23 34 49 64

L–– Mouser 9. W–– Damron 17, Perriman 13. Records: White Deer 16-12, 10-1; Lefors 3-17, 0-11.


McLean 14 28 44 56

Claude 12 28 45 64

M— Crockett 17, Bartley 15, Rainer 11, Reichman 10. C— Weinheimer 26, Spencer 14. Records: McLean 4-11, 3-8; Claude 11-11, 5-6.


District 3-1A

Wildorado 6 10 18 20

Nazareth 27 41 60 73

W–– Albracht 5. N–– Van Dijk 19, Cleavinger 15, Moore 13. Records: Wildorado 7-19, 3-9; Nazareth 24-7, 12-0.


Channing 5 14 30 41

Texline 26 59 79 101

C–– T. Birdsong 16, L. Birdsong 10. T–– Luther 24, Montes 14, Espino 13, Lozano 12. Records: Channing 6-21, 3-9; Texline 22-6, 10-2.


Hartley defeats Adrian 63-37


Girls seeding games


District 3-5A

Play-in game

Lubbock Cooper 49, Plainview 31

Fourth place game

‪Palo Duro 40, Plainview 38


District 4-4A

First place game

Dalhart 55, Dumas 31


Third place game

Pampa 43, Perryton 36


District 3-2A

Fourth place game

Olton 50, Bovina 35


District 1-1A

Third place game

Follett 49, Miami 38


District 3-1A

Third Place game

Wildorado 52, Hartley 51


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