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3 things that happened in the boys area round Friday night


Clarendon’s Jmaury David (0) goes to block shot a Farwell shot during a Class 2A area round game Friday night at Randall. [Tom Carver/ Press Pass Sports]

AHS keeps rolling

Amarillo High jumped all over El Paso Eastlake in the second half to earn a 62-36 area round win Friday night in Andrews.

The Sandies (28-8) outscored Eastlake 32-12 in the second half to nab the victory. Owen Boyett was the top scorer for the Sandies with 19 points.

AHS is back in the regional quarterfinal for the five out of the last seven years.


Blowout central

Pampa and Gruver put on a show during a pair of flat out whippings Friday night in the area round.

The Harvesters took it to Fabens by a final of 84-31. Pampa led 50-8 at halftime. Chase Landers was on fire with 30 points.

Not to be outdone, Gruver not only doubled New Deal’s fanbase at Lubbock Coronado, but the Greyhounds pounded the Lions a 99-52.

Jalin Conyers did his thing, scoring a game-high a game-high 27 points with 14 boards, as Hunter Haynes added 26 points.


Friday’s top performers

Childress guard Mathew Cochran poured in 20 points as the Bobcats advanced to the Class 3A regional quarterfinals thanks to a 50-42 win.


Clarendon’s Lamarius Penigar and Sylvester Ballard combined for a 31 point effort that helped the Broncos down Farwell 69-48. Penigar put up 17 points, while Ballard chipped in 14.


Parker Carson of Valley was the difference for the Patriots in a hard fought 37-28 win against Groom. Carson scored 23 of Valley’s 37 points.


Will Luther helped Texline advance to the Class 1A regional quarterfinal thanks to a 28 point performance against White Deer In a 59-50 win Thursday night.


Boys area scores


Class 5A

El Paso Eastlake 12 24 39 36

Amarillo High 16 30 45 62

EP— Jeremy Vasquez 12, Orion Olivas 10. AHS— Owen Boyett 19, Brendan Hausen 15, Chris Dees 14. Records: Eastlake 22-12; Amarillo High 28-8.


EP Eastwood  8  24  37  49

Palo Duro   14  24  33  45

E–– Martinez 17, Custer 10. PD–– Jelani Mohamed 20, Thaddeus Udoh 10. Records: El Paso Eastwood 28-7; Palo Duro 20-7.


Class 4A

Pampa 31 54 70 84

Fabens 3 8 16 31

P— Chase Landers 30, Cason Floyd 12, Andrew Stevens 10. F— Jacob Guitierez 11. Records: Pampa 30-5; Fabens 14-16.


Perryton  10  18  25  45

Andrews  15  29  37  56

P–– Ryan Davis 20, Braydan Klafka 8. A–– Brett Leach 29, Brock Tijerina 8. Records: Perryton 15-12; Andrews 19-11.


Dalhart 14 32 40 61

Clint 13 37 56 76

D— Barsalou 20, Smith 11. C— Garcia 37, Juarez 18. Records: Dalhart 21-12; Clint 27-5.


Class 3A

Canadian 15 31 38 56

Ballinger 10 27 30 48

C— Grant McCook 16, Josh Culwell 9. B— Jonathan Delgado 16. Records: Canadian 16-2; Ballinger 26-9.


Childress 8 22 38 50

Eastland 12 22 34 42

C— Mathew Cochran 20, Trent Mayden 9. E—

Behren Morton 11, Matthew Moreno 9. Records: Childress 28-5; Eastland 16-14.


Class 2A

Gruver 28 54 76 99

New Deal 16 23 36 52

G— Jalin Conyers 27, Hunter Haynes 26. ND— Seeley 23, Reed 9. Records: Gruver 28-5; New Deal 24-10.


Clarendon 15 34 50 69

Farwell 4 20 27 48

C— Ballard 17, Penigar 14, Butler 14, Davis 12

F— Mora 20, Nunez 10. Records: Clarendon 25-7; Farwell 23-11.


Wheeler 8 22 27 40

Vega 11 19 29 47

W— Andrade 17, Bailey 11. V— Kirkland 21, Schroeder 8, Grawunder 7. Records: Wheeler 23-10; Vega 27-5.


Stratford 12 30 46 63

Floydada 15 33 46 64

S— Iuden Romero 14, Walker McBryde 14, Cody Rinne 10. F— Morales 15, Crone 15, Perez 12, Henderson 10. Records: Stratford 12-6; Floydada 27-6.


Class 1A

Happy   9  20  26  39

Booker  12  21  30  43

H–– Kyton Johnson 10, Kristian Wilhite 9. B–– Israel Banuelos 20, Edgar Avila 9. Records: Happy 16-19; Booker 17-13.


Groom 8 10 19 28

Valley 7 13 24 37

G— Linquist 10. V— Carson 23. Records: Groom 17-4; Valley 18-4.


Thursday’s games

Class 1A

Shamrock 8 13 19 31

Nazareth 11 19 33 58

S— Wright 10, Jernigan 8. N— Van Dijk 19, Cleavinger 13, Moore 11. Records: Shamrock 24-12; Nazareth 25-8.


Texline 12 29 46 59

White Deer 13 24 40 50

T— Luther 28, Lozano 19. WD— Perriman 14, Ketchum 11, Logue 11. Records: Texline 25-6; White Deer 17-14.



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