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Basketball roundup: Saylor's 16 powers Aubrey to blowout win

AUBREY — Aubrey wasted no time jumping out to a hot start against Blue Ridge on its way to a dominating 57-18 victory.

The Lady Chaps shut Blue Ridge out in the first quarter, grabbing an early 23-0 lead.

The leading scorer for Aubrey was Kaia Saylor with 16 points. Kathi Mae Dow pitched in 16.

Aubrey will head over to Valley View to battle the Lady Eagles at 6:15 p.m. Friday.

Aubrey 57, Blue Ridge 18

Blue Ridge 0 8 6 4 -- 18
Aubrey 23 14 11 9 -- 57

Aubrey (11-5) — Taylor 16, Dow 13, Gabi Grisso 8, Miranda Nowak 5, Wylie Dyer 4, Kalysta Dehtan 4 , Kinley Ramirez 3, Makenzi Spaulding 2, Addison Flick 2

Argyle 57, Dallas Christian 28

MESQUITE — Argyle's strong defense carried it to a big road win.

Rhyle McKinney had a standout performance, putting up a game-high 22 points. Gabby Standifer also put up big numbers with her 16 points. 

Argyle will stay on the road and will take on Rowlett at 6:30 p.m.  Friday.

Argyle 57, Dallas Christian 28

Argyle 12 14 15 16 -- 57
Dallas Christian 4 6 4 14 -- 28

Argyle — McKinney 22, Brooklyn Carl 2, Maggie Adams 3, Morgan Yarbrough 2, Sydney Standifer 9,  G, Standifer 16, Leighton Eschle 3

Dallas Christian — Rasbury 7, Howard 2, King 5, Abbott 4, Van Loon 4, Adams 6

Lake Dallas 54, Carrollton Newman Smith 28

CORINTH — Lake Dallas held Carrollton Newman Smith to nine points in the first half as it earned a blowout win to open District 5-14A play.

JoJo Elliott had a huge game for Lake Dallas, leading all scorers with 21 points.

Lake Dallas now will travel to take on Carrollton R.L. Turner at 6 p.m. Friday.

Lake Dallas 54, Newman Smith 28

Newman Smith 4 5 2 17 28
Lake Dallas 15 19 13 7 54

Newman Smith — Ruvarashe Nembaware 1, Rachel Pivanka 6, Dasia Smith 13, Breyahna Coleman 8

Lake Dallas (8-9, 1-0)— Dorian Norris 7, Ruthie Forson 6, Elliott 21, Ary Hughes 6, Mikyla Baries 6, Morgan Helixon 8

Pottsboro 53, Ponder 44

PONDER — Ponder lost in its first District 9-3A game of the season. 

Kaia Williams was the only Lady Lions player to hit double figures in scoring, racking up 20 points in the losing effort.

Ponder will look to bounce back when it travels to take on Gunter at 6:15 p.m. Friday.

Pottsboro 53, Ponder 44

Pottsboro11 10 13 19 53
Ponder 13 12 10 9 44

Ponder (12-6, 0-1) — Williams 20, Kelley Akins 7, Jessica Simpson 2, Leigh Medders 5, Chloe Poole 5, Kylie Green 5

Sanger 66, Muenster 53

SANGER — Despite sending Muenster to the free throw line 27 times,  Sanger used one of its best shooting performances to win. 

Maci Turkoly led the big offensive game for the Lady Indians with a team-high 14 points. Brooke Rollins followed with 12 points. Tatum Whitewood (11 points) and Chloe Malone (10 points) also made big contributions in the victory.

Sanger will travel to compete with Princeton at 6:15 p.m. Friday.

Sanger 66, Muenster 53

Muenster 15 9 17 12 53
Sanger 21 12 16 17 66

Muenster — Choate 7, Berley 1, Hermes 5, Sicking 5, Dangelmeyer 23, Chism 10, Bennigan 2

Sanger (15-3) — Allye Morrow 8, Kenzie Turkoly 2, Rollins 12, Malone 10, Turkoly 14, Abbie Kenning 3, Whitewood 11, Desi Gonzales 6

Boys

Ponder 88, Fort Worth All Saints 47

PONDER — Tye Schluter continues to put up big numbers for Ponder, leading his team to a dominating win with his game-high 24 points.

Ponder did not let up at any point, outscoring All Saints 29-12 in the fourth quarter.

Trent Akins (14), Rylan Waldo (12), and Brock Anderson (11) also put up big numbers for the Lions.

Ponder now hits the road to take on Aledo at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Ponder 88, Fort Worth All Saints 47

Fort Worth All Saints 15 7 13 12 47
Ponder 24 20 15 29 88

Fort Worth All Saints — Bind 10, Fehler 13, Albrition 6, Harmon 11, Svitt 7

Ponder — Waldo 12, Blake Gibson 6, Schluter 24, Anderson 11, Cameron Clark 6, Akins 14, Quinton Fossett 3

Argyle 44, Boswell 30

ARGYLE — Argyle played solid defense to secure the win.

Blaze McMellian was the only player in the game to hit double digits in scoring with his 13 points. 

Argyle will stay put at home when it hosts Midlothian Heritage at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Argyle 44, Boswell 30

Boswell 8 10 4 8 30
Argyle 4 13 13 14 44

Boswell — Selvige 2, Livas 7, Wiseman 2, Yan 5, Conater 2, Scarborough 2, Mustapha 2, Gregory 8

Argyle — Brandon White 8, Maxwell Valentino 7, Ben Collins 4, Luke Felly 2, Wilson Peltier 23, Koy Randall 4, Hunter Lavelle 3, McMellian 13