The McMath Lady Tigers seventh-grade A-team broke open a tight game in the second quarter and pulled away for a 34-28 victory Thursday night.
Kanista Haley led the way for McMath (3-3) with 12 points, followed by Abby Folsom with 10 and Megan Fleitman with six.
Harpool seventh-grade ‘A’ 26, Little Elm 8
Alisa Williams scored 14 points to lead the Harpool Lady Longhorns to a 18-point win against Little Elm.
Hailey Mason had six and Hayden Colson had four as Harpool improved to 10-1.
Myers eighth-grade ‘A’ 16, Calhoun 13
The Lady Titans rallied from a five-point deficit in the second half to defeat the Calhoun Lady Cougars.
LaMaya McColor led Myers’ (2-3) with six points while Rodneyshia McMillian added four.
Myers eighth-grade ‘C’ 14, Calhoun 6
The Myers Lady Titans, behind Amy Torres’ four points, rolled to winagainst the Calhoun Lady Cougars to improve their record to 3-2.
Crownover eighth-grade ‘A’ 18, Strickland 14
The Crownover Lady Cowboys grabbed a six-point first quarter lead on their way to a victory against the Lady Vikings.
Brianna Payne led the scoring for Crownover (3-2) with nine points.
Crownover eighth-grade ‘B’ 11, Strickland 9
The Lady Cowboys remained unbeaten for the season after holding on for a two-point win against Strickland.
Marcella Areliano led the scoring for Crownover (5-0) with six, and Meya Miles finished with four.
Navo eighth-grade ‘B’ 25. McMath 18
Jaliyah Jackson scored 15 points to lead the Navo Lady Panthers to a win against the McMath Lady Tigers.
Savannah McGuire added eight points for Navo (5-1).
Harpool seventh-grade ‘B’ 13, Little Elm 10
The Lady Longhorns remained unbeaten at 5-0 with their victory against Little Elm.
Devyn Welland led Harpool with three points, while Abigail Spencer, Gracie Singletary, Rylie Beiling, Avery Hallmark and Ally Wilson had two each.
Harpool seventh-grade ‘C’ 20, Little Elm 12
Ashley Masoner scored eight and Sasha Seay had six as Harpool (5-0) knocked off Little Elm.
McMath seventh-grade ‘B’ 29, Navo 18
The Lady Tigers used a second quarter rally to take the lead and pull away for their win against Navo.
Kaley Robinson led McMath (3-3) with 15 points, and Avery Ruiz had 12.
Navo seventh-grade ‘C’ 12, McMath 10
The Navo Lady Panthers took a early first quarter lead and held on for the victory against McMath.
Raegan Sullivan led the scoring for the Lady Tigers (2-4) with eight.
Myers seventh-grade ‘A’ 21, Calhoun 14
The Myers Lady Titans, led by Abbey Kirk with eight points, picked up their first win of the season by seven points against Calhoun.
Myers seventh-grade ‘B’ 17, Calhoun 7
Behind Monterra Robinson’s five points, the Myers Lady Titans defeated Calhoun by 10-points for their first win of the season.
Crownover seventh-grade ‘A’ 33, Strickland 8
The Lady Cowboys held Strickland scoreless in the first quarter and just pulled away for the 25-point triumph.
Bre Jackson led the scoring for Crownover (2-3) with 10, and Maggie Walsh finished with eight.
Crownover seventh-grade ‘B’ 42, Strickland 8
Kendal Mitchell and Madeleine Landstad had 12 points each to lead the Lady Cowboys (3-2) to their lopsided victory against Strickland.
Crownover seventh-grade ‘C’ 12, Strickland 8
Gabby Smith’s late two-pointer helped secure the victory for Crownover against Strickland.
Smith and Caroline Christiansen each finished with four points for the Lady Cowboys (3-2).
Navo eighth-grade ‘A’ 56, McMath 23
The Navo Panthers jumped out to a 10-point first quarter lead and pulled away for their victory against the McMath Tigers.
Louden Peterson led McMath (2-4) with 10 points and Cameron Stevenson had eight.
Navo eighth-grade ‘B’ 73, McMath 17
The Navo Panthers stormed out to a 39-10 halftime lead and rolled to their victory against McMath.
Charlie Gutierrez led McMath with six points.
Navo won the C-team game 24-6.
Navo seventh-grade ‘A’ 54, McMath 20
The Navo Panthers ourscored McMath in all four quarters to pull away for a 34-point win.
Ryan Cooper led McMath (2-4) with 10 points, while Baylor Battles and Chris Feaster had three points each.
Navo seventh-grade ‘B’ 43, McMath 13
The Panthers jumped out to a nine point first quarter lead and never looked back in their triumph against McMath.
Gabe Jameson led the Tigers (1-5) with four points, and Rodolfo Martinez had three.
Navo seventh-grade ‘C’ 22, McMath 10
Navo held McMath scoreless in the first quarter and that proved the difference in the game.
Jayden Gloria led the scoring for the Tigers with four points.
Crownover eighth-grade ‘C’ 32, Strickland 2
Brady Rivera scored eight points as the Crownover Cowboys (4-1) beat Strickland.