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Basketball roundup: Argyle opens season with 72-point victory

VENUS — The Argyle Lady Eagles, two-time defending Class 4A state champions and ranked No. 1 in the Texas Girls Coaches Association preseason poll, opened the season Tuesday night in impressive fashion with a 92-20 rout of the Venus Lady Bulldogs.

Led by Vivian Gray’s 23 points and Jocelyn Pierce’s 20 points, the outcome was never in doubt as the Lady Eagles jumped out to a 24-8 first-quarter lead and held a 47-13 halftime advantage.

Argyle’s Gabby Standifer finished the evening with 15 points and Madison Ralston had 14.

Argyle will be idle the remainder of the week before traveling to Grapevine on Tuesday.

Argyle 92, Venus 20

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Argyle — Jocelyn Pierce 20, Brooklyn Carl 3, Vivian Gray 23, Mira Lillard 7, Morgan Yarbrough 6, Madison Ralston 14, Rhyle McKinney 3, Gabby Standifer 15

Venus — Haley Smith 2, Peyton Wiley 13, Brooke Hobeck 5

Ryan 58, Lewisville 48

LEWISVILLE — The scoring trio of Jakeiya Morgan, Traeli Calhoun and Julia McKeathan led the way as the Ryan Lady Raiders opened the season with a 10-point victory over the Lewisville Lady Farmers.

Morgan scored 15 points, Calhoun had 14 and McKeathan finished with 13 as the Lady Raiders took an early lead and never trailed.

Ryan will be back in action Thursday in the Frisco ISD Tournament.

Ryan 58, Lewisville 48

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Ryan — Jakeiya Morgan 15, Traeli Calhoun 14, Julia McKeathen 13, Alexus Evans 7

Irving MacArthur 52,

Denton 43

IRVING — The Denton Lady Broncos could find no answer in trying to slow down the scoring of Irving MacArthur’s Tailor Broussard as the Lady Cardinals knocked off Denton.

Broussard scored a game-high 30 points, while Jamie Means led Denton with 14.

Denton will play in the Frisco ISD Tournament beginning Thursday.

Irving MacArthur 52, Denton 43

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Irving MacArthur

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Denton — Mailey Harris 6, Vivica Hughes 9, Sydney Finch 4, Bre Wofford 4, Taylor Howell 2, Kelli Oehmler 1, Jade Townes 3, Jamie Means 14

Irving MacArthur — Broussard 30, Andrews 12, Dampier 8, Butler 2.

Saginaw Boswell 71, Braswell 36

The Saginaw Boswell Lady Pioneers jumped out to a 21-point first-quarter lead and crusied to a victory over the Braswell Lady Bengals.

Boswell led 25-4 after the first quarter and 48-9 at halftime over the first-year Bengals.

Aryana Hughes led the scoring for Braswell with 10 points, and Tytiana Johnson had nine.

Braswell will play in the Colleyville Heritage tournament beginning Thursday.

Saginaw Boswell 71, Braswell 36

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Braswell — Aryana Hughes 10, Tytiana Johnson 9.

Aubrey 55, Pilot Point 41

PILOT POINT — Gabi Grisso poured in 17 points to lead the Aubrey Lady Chaparrals to a 14-point victory over the Pilot Point Lady Bearcats.

The Lady Chaps outscored Pilot Point in three of the four quarters to gradually pull away. Joining Grisso as scoring leaders were Kathi Mae Dow, Wylie Dyer and Miranda Nowak with seven points apiece. Mercedez Lane led Pilot Point with 16 points.

Neither team plays again until Tuesday, when Sherman Texoma Christian visits Aubrey and Pilot Point travels to Caddo Mills.

Aubrey 55, Pilot Point 41

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Aubrey — Kathi Mae Dow 7, Wylie Dyer 7, Miranda Nowak 7, Kalysta Dehtan 6, Gabi Grisso 17, Aneisa Omar 3, Sadie Saxon 3, Kaia Saylor 5.

Pilot Point — Kenedee Gist 7, Mercedez Lane 16, Julie Zeeda 2, Kathy Zepeda 3, Embriaya Bowen 5, Alyssa Mendoza 4, Hannah Sullivan 4.

Sanger 51,

Fort Worth Castleberry 16

SANGER — The Sanger Lady Indians jumped out to a nine-point first-quarter lead and continued to add to it as they routed the Fort Worth Castleberry Lady Lions.

Sanger’s Taylor Shepard led all scorers with 15 points, followed by Bre Henderson and Maci Turkoly with six apiece.

Lake Dallas will visit Sanger on Friday night.

Sanger 51, Fort Worth Castleberry 16

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Sanger — Kenzie Turkoly 4, Bre Henderson 6, Brooke Rollins 3, Shelby Henline 4, Taylor Shepard 15, Maci Turkoly 6, Tait Moore 1, Abbie Kenning 3, Tatum Whitewood 2, Riley Gibson

Guyer 55, Prosper 50

PROSPER — The Guyer Lady Wildcats had three players in doubl figures, led by TCU commit Lauren Heard, in their victory over Prosper.

Heard finished the evening with 17 points, followed by Katherine Silvaggio with 12 and Sydney Meador with 10.

Guyer will be back in action Thursday in the Colleyville Heritage tournament.

Guyer 55, Prosper 50

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Guyer — Lauren Heard 17, Katherine Silvaggio 12, Sydney Meador 10, Avery Priddy 8, A’Lexiss Benton 4, Lindsay Rockwell 4.

Prosper — Bailey Lightfoot 14, Mackenzie Hewitt 11, Alex Boushey 10, Lexi Lightfoot 5, Hannah Reynolds 5, Taylor SStevenson 3

Brock 67, Ponder 53

PONDER — The Brock Lady Eagles used a 24-7 third-quarter run to break open a tight game and defeat the Ponder Lady Lions.

Tied at 33 at halftime, Brock outscored Ponder 34-20 in the second half.

Kaia Williams led Ponder with 19 points, while Brock’s Rylee Lavender led all scorers with 28.

Ponder will be back in action Friday at Anna.

Brock 67, Ponder 53

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Brock — Brackney 2, Cherry 7, Popeck 5, Hayes 6, Lavender 28, McKinzie 4, Drillette 11, White 4

Ponder — Leigh Medders 1, Brigitte Rivere 6, Kelley Akins 4, Kaia Williams 19, Macy Popplewell 3, Taylor Reeves 6, Jada Gonzalez 2, Kylie Green 7, Spencer Stinson 2, Harley Bridges 3.