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Basketball roundup: Argyle Lady Eagles continue hot start


COLLEYVILLE — The Argyle Lady Eagles continued their impressive start to the season with a 55-41 victory over the Colleyville Heritage Lady Panthers on Tuesday.

Gabby Standifer had a solid performance for the Lady Eagles, collecting a game-high 21 points. Younger sister Sydney also had a big game, putting up 16 points.

Argyle will participate in the Georgetown tournament starting Thursday.

Argyle 55, Colleyville Heritage 41

Argyle 11 20 15 9 -- 55
Colleyville Heritage 11 9 10 11 -- 41

Argyle (7-2) -- Rhyle McKinney 7, Kennedy Reaves 4, Brooklyn Carl 3, Morgan Yarbrough 4, S. Standifer 16, G. Standifer 21

Colleyville Heritage -- B. Gerlich 15, M. Fanning 11, S. Babaria 3, B. Dickens 6, S. Wilson 6

Era 55, Ponder 49

PONDER — The Ponder Lady Lions fell to the Era Lady Hornets, as they had trouble finding the bottom of the net in the fourth quarter. Ponder was outscored 13-4 in the final eight minutes.

Kaia Williams led the offensive charge for the Lady Lions with a team-high 13 points. Also putting up double figures were Kylie Green with 11 points and Kelly Akins with 10. 

Ponder will be competing in the Levelland tournament starting Thursday.

Era 55, Ponder 49

Era 16 14 12
13 -- 55
Ponder 14 19 124 -- 49

Ponder (7-3) --Wiliams 13, Akins 10, Jessica Simpson 3, Macy Popplewell 2, Leigh Medders 6, Chloe Poole 4, Green 11

Whitesboro 45, Aubrey 38

AUBREY — Aubrey's struggle to score early proved costly when it came up short against Whitesboro. The Lady Chaps were held to three points in the first period. 

Kaia Saylor was the top scorer for Aubrey with 12 points. Kathimae Dow was right behind her with 11.

Aubrey will compete in the Pottsboro tournament this weekend. 

Whitesboro 45, Aubrey 38

Whitesboro 13 9 5 18 -- 45
Aubrey 3 12 1211 -- 38

Aubrey (4-3) -- Saylor 12, Dow 11, Miranda Nowak 6 Kalysta Dehtan 5, Wylie Dyer 4. 

Braswell 37, Frisco Indepenence 30

LITTLE ELM — The Braswell Lady Bengals' strong fourth-quarter defense lifted them over Frisco Indpendence, holding the Lady Knights to two points in the frame. 

Sydney Tyler led Braswell with 11 points in the low-scoring victory and was one of only two players in the game to reach double digits. 

The Lady Bengals next play in the Lions Club Tournament.

Braswell 37, Frisco Independence 30

Frisco Independence 9 11 8

2 -- 30
Braswell 10 7 8 12
-- 37

Frisco Independence  -- Rebekah Niebriuegge 2, Kala Washington 4, Shelby Dugas 13, Izaria Ferguson 6, Laila Carter 2, Mena 3

Braswell (4-4) -- Kaiya Turner 4, Tyler 11, Kamryn Gibson 4, Jayln Bonda 5, Aziya Wilson 2, Aminah Hall 5, Tiarah Starks 6

Sanger 46, Hebron 31

SANGER — The Sanger Lady Indians had momentum from start to finish and used it to cruise to a victory over Hebron.

A handful of Lady Indians put points on the board, but Maci Turkey was the difference maker, racking up a game-high 15 points. 

Sanger will compete in the Lufkin tournament starting Thursday.

Sanger 46, Hebron 31

Hebron 9 7 96 -- 31
Sanger 16 5 13 12 -- 46

Hebron  -- Baldwin 3, Dickson 11, Jacob 2, Ray 9, Miller 2, Melton 3, Carlos 1

Sanger (8-3) -- Allye Morrow 7, Brooke Rollins 7, Larissa Moser 2, Chloe Malone 7, Turkoly 15, Abbie Kenning 2, Tatum Whitewood 6

Guyer 53, North Crowley 50

The Guyer Lady Wildcats were able to slip away from North Crowley to get over .500 for the season. Guyer outscored North Crowley 10-1 to start the game, which proved to be the difference.

The Lady Wildcats were led offensively by A'Lexiss Benton, who had a team-high 12 points, and Callie Boyles, who had 11.

Guyer will stay at home and host Flower Mound at 3 p.m. Saturday. 

Guyer 53, North Crowley 50

North Crowley 1 20 14

15 -- 50
Guyer 10 15
12 16 -- 53

Guyer (7-6) -- Jaidyn Johnson 4, Katherine Silvaggio 8, Boyles 11, Benton 12, Morgan Helgesen 2, Abbi Williamson 7, Jade Thompson 9

Boys

Braswell 68, Gainesville 53

GAINESVILLE — Braswell used a hot first quarter to carry it to victory over Gainesville. The Bengals started the game outscoring Gainesville 20-8 to get the upper hand.

Brandon Barlow was the big scorer for Braswell, leading his team with 20 points. MJ Leslie contributed with 14 points.

The Bengals will compete in the Sanger tournament Thursday through Saturday.

Braswell 68, Gainesville 53

Braswell 20 15 20 13 -- 68
Gainesville 8 21 1113 -- 53

Braswell (3-2) -- Kiran Anderson 8, Leslie 14, Mark Kunz 5, Kameron Fricks 6, Barlow 20, Jose Villa 2, Tariq Flemings 4, Matthew Edwards 9

Gainesville  -- Kemp 27, Wilson 7, Gipson 4, Goldsworthy 9, Terrell 4, Blevins 2

Aubrey 67, Whitesboro 48

AUBREY — The Aubrey Chaps were able to remain undefeated with a dominating win over Whitesboro.

Hayden Smith was the spark for the Chap defense, putting up a game-high 20 points. Also reaching double figures in scoring for Aubrey were Christian Porte with 15 and Adrian Porter with 13.

Aubrey also will be playing in the Sanger tournament.

Aubrey 67, Whiteboro 48

Whiteboro 9 12 13 14 -- 48
Aubrey  15 21 2011 -- 67

Whitesboro  -- Morgan 18, Parker 6, Beste 5, Wilson 5, Gullett 4, Garrett 3, McCorkle 3, Lang 2, Case 2

Aubrey (4-0) -- Smith 20, C. Porter 15, A. Porter 13, Kaleb Wright 8, Max Scott 5, Ethan Wooley 4, Dylan Morgan 2