Women Basketball Roundup – Pottsboro beats Gunter for first in 11-3A – Herald Democrat | Techi Chicken


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GUNTER — Brayli Simpson scored 15 factors because the Pottsboro Girl Cardinals earned sole possession with a 52-36 win over Gunter to finish the primary half of District 11-3A play.

Aly Malone added 9 factors, Palyn Reid scored eight factors and Addison Frye completed with six factors for Pottsboro (23-3, 6-0), which travels to Blue Ridge on Tuesday night time.

Gunter (20-8, 4-1) hosts the third-place Bells on Tuesday night time.

Howe 52, Leonard 34

At Leonard, Kendall Griffin scored 16 factors because the fourth-place Girl Bulldogs defeated fifth-place Leonard in 11-3A motion.

Emery Snapp had 14 factors whereas Teagan Stubblefield and Aubrielle West had six factors apiece for Howe (10-14, 3-3), which has a district bye on Tuesday earlier than enjoying at Bonham on Friday night time. .

District 11-4A

Van Alstyne 43, Aubrey 26

At Aubrey, the Girl Panthers remained undefeated in district play with a win over Aubrey.

Van Alstyne (16-7, 3-0) travels to Carrollton Ranchview on Tuesday night time.

Aubrey (9-15, 0-3) performs at Celina on Tuesday.

District 10-3A

Whitesboro 70, Callisburg 24

In Whitesboro, Olivia Hildebrand scored 20 factors as third-place Whitesboro picked up a win over Callisburg in district motion.

Allison Muntz completed with 13 factors for Whitesboro (18-9, 5-2), which is able to play fourth-place S&S on Tuesday night time.

Reflection 47, S&S 37

In Sadler, the fourth-place Girl Rams misplaced towards second-place Ponder in district motion.

S&S (14-10, 4-3) hosts third-place Whitesboro on Tuesday night time.

Ponder (10-16, 6-1) hosts first-place Paradise on Tuesday.

District 14-2A

Wolfe Metropolis 55, Tom Bean 41

In Wolfe Metropolis, the Girl Tomcats misplaced towards second place Wolfe Metropolis in district motion.

Tom Bean (5-19, 2-5) travels to Honey Grove on Tuesday night time.

Wolfe Metropolis (20-9, 6-1) hosts Trenton on Tuesday.

Not a district

Muenster Sacred Coronary heart 38, Texoma Christian 27

In Sherman, Nealee Russell scored seven factors throughout Texoma Christian’s non-district loss towards Muenster Sacred Coronary heart.

Mary Grace Hayes added six factors and Rachel Graves had 5 for Texoma Christian (8-13), which returns to TAPPS 3-1A motion when it hosts Dallas Fairhill on Tuesday night time .



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