Basketball roundup: Wildcats upend Falcons

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LAKE DALLAS — Tied going into the final quarter, Guyer was able to outlast Lake Dallas 48-43 on Friday to improve to 9-2 in District 5-4A.

Josh Jordan’s 14 points led the Wildcats.

Josh Jackson had a game-best 22 points for the Falcons (10-14, 3-8 district) while Reality Jackson had 12.

Guyer (15-9) hosts Wichita Falls Rider at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, and Lake Dallas plays at Wichita Falls.

Guyer 48, Lake Dallas 43

Guyer

11

13

7

17

48

Lake Dallas

9

10

12

12

43

Guyer — Josh Jordan 14, Miles Crawford 9, Mitchell Willard 8, Sean Choate 7, Kason Kilgore 6, Gordon Hill 2, Xavier Brown 2.

Lake Dallas — Josh Jackson 22, Reality Jackson 12, Conner Haile 3, Dylan Lumsden 3, Tim Gallons 2, Darius Jeffries 1.

Sanger 68, Bridgeport 54

SANGER — A 22-5 second-quarter margin sparked a Sanger victory over Bridgeport in District 9-3A play.

Sanger’s Tyler Roelofs finished with a game-high 19 points, Tanner Thomas scored 17 and Garrett McLeod had 16.

The Indians (5-1 in district) play at Decatur at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Sanger 68, Bridgeport 54

Bridgeport

11

5

13

25

54

Sanger

13

22

7

26

68

Sanger — Wilding Smith 7, Garrett McLeod 16, Joseph Clark 6, Tanner Thomas 17, Hayden Higgs 1, Casey Sykes 2, Tyler Roelofs 19.

Bridgeport — Derrick Stanford 16, Alex Samples 12, Stephen Howdeshell 11, Jacob Delangel 2, Dalton Hudson 11, Jake Simmons 2.

Selwyn 81, Wichita Christian 29

WICHITA FALLS — Selwyn had two players reach 20 points as the Unicorns (14-3, 7-1 TAPPS Division I District 2) dominated Wichita Christian 81-29.

Austin Stride led all players with 29 points for Selwyn and Wes Stenovitch added 20. Jimmy Chism and Sheldon Jeffcoat each scored 10 points.

The Unicorns will host Brownwood Victory Life at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Selwyn 81, Wichita Christian 29

Selwyn

25

20

24

12

81

Wichita Christian

7

6

2

14

29

Selwyn — Austin Stride 29, Jimmy Chism 10, Fawwad Khan 6, Sheldon Jeffcoat 10, Rex Haywood 6, Wes Stenovitch 20.

Christian — Baker 4, Helsburg 12, Davis 7, Fundley 4, Tunnley 2.

Girls basketball

Guyer 45, Lake Dallas 29

LAKE DALLAS — Guyer got points from nine players as the Lady Wildcats spoiled Lake Dallas’ senior night with a win.

Lauren Heard topped Guyer with 10 points, while Taylor Davis had 13 points for the Lady Falcons (7-17, 3-10 District 5-4A).

Guyer will host Wichita Falls Rider at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Lake Dallas plays at Wichita Falls, beginning at the same time.

Guyer 45, Lake Dallas 29

Guyer

11

14

7

13

45

Lake Dallas

4

6

9

10

29

Guyer — Ali Downard 3, Madi Franklin 2, Quamese Moss 7, Ola Akinniyi 2, Chandler Dean 4, Lauren Heard 10, Sarah Mack 4, Bre Wickware 8, Jada Calloway 5.

Lake Dallas — Ashley Hayes 6, Kelsey Tuck 6, Sophie Jackson 2, Taylor Davis 13, Dree Roberson 2.

Liberty Christian 63, Dallas Ursuline 40

DALLAS — Rebekah Hand’s 24 points helped Liberty Christian’s girls basketball team to a rout of Dallas Ursuline.

Hannah Hand added 12 points and Kendall Ellig finished with 10 for the Lady Warriors (19-9, 6-3 TAPPS Division V District 1), who play at Dallas Bishop Dunne at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Liberty Christian 63, Dallas Ursuline 40

Liberty Christian

15

19

21

8

63

Dallas Ursuline

8

5

18

9

40

Liberty Christian —Tatum Barber 2, Rachel Rainwater 4, Hannah Hand 12, Alexis Abbott 7, Rebekah Hand 24, Emily Earley 4, Kendall Ellig 10.

Ursuline — Gerke 2, De La Rosa 9, Ryan 9, Hattsman 6, Hodges 8, Fitzsimmons 5.

Sanger 79, Bridgeport 53

SANGER — Carissa Spiker tallied 25 points and Sanger beat Bridgeport to claim a playoff spot out of District 9-3A.

Brooke Lewis added 14 points and Jacy Beam had 13 for the Lady Indians (12-17, 2-5), who play at Decatur at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Sanger 79, Bridgeport 53

Bridgeport

13

10

10

20

53

Sanger

17

20

16

26

79

Sanger — Breanna Henderson 7, Carissa Spiker 25, Jacy Beam 13, Brittany Donelson 6, Jayce Bell 6, Jaylen Pegues 4, Brooke Lewis 14, Corey Hammonds 4.

Bridgeport — Garcia 1, Peyton 14, Stowers 2, Stone 2, Guinn 11, Walsh 17, Sturdivent 6.

Krum 47, Gainesville 38

GAINESVILLE — Krum climbed into a three-way tie for first place in District 9-3A with a win at Gainesville.

Haley Lewis led the Lady Cats (17-14, 6-2) with 10 points, while Mackenzie Ripple had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Krum will host Brock at 6:15 p.m. Monday.

Krum 47, Gainesville 38

Krum

10

15

15

7

47

Gainesville

6

14

7

11

38

Krum — Caylee Thomas 9, Haley White 6, Sadie May 8, Mackenzie Ripple 8, Haley Lewis 10, Kylee Myers 6.

Gainesville — Avery 5, Kemp 13, Manuel 3, Royal 2, Kemp 15.


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