Dragons suffer home loss to Jim Ned
SAN SABA — The Bangs Lady Dragons completed an undefeated weekend at the San Saba tournament Saturday, knocking off Menard, 55-45.
The Lady Dragons rolled past Cherokee by a 57-19 count Friday after notching victories over Lometa, 52-33, and De Leon, 57-47, on Thursday.
In Saturday’s win over Menard, the Lady Dragons — who are in the midst of a four-game win streak — led 16-10 after one quarter, trailed 25-22 at halftime and regained a 38-37 edge heading into the fourth period
Michaela Light scored 23 points to pace the Bangs effort followed by 14 from Torrey Miller, 10 from all-tournament team member Raelee Francois, six from Haley Pitts and two points from Masey Tongate.
In Friday’s win over Cherokee, Bangs led 14-7 after one quarter, 31-10 at the break and 41-13 through three periods.
Francois poured in 18 points for Bangs followed by Ryli Pruitt and Light with eight points apiece, Pitts with seven, Taylor Malett with six, Miller with five, Cassie Carmichael with three and Tongate with two points.
The Lady Dragons (4-2) visit Merkel at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Lady Horns win three of four at San Saba
SAN SABA — The Early Lady Horns came up a bucket shy of a clean sweep at the San Saba tournament, falling to Lometa, 35-33, in their final game Saturday.
After wins over Cherokee, 39-28, and Ingram Tom Moore, 47-32, Thursday, the Lady Horns collected their third consecutive tournament victory Friday, cruising past Grape Creek, 57-21.
Early was up 16-3 after one quarter, 34-8 at halftime and 42-17 through three periods.
Ramsie Rodgers led the attack with 14 points followed by Makayla De Leon with 12 points and Lauren Jesko with 10.
Statistical information on Saturday’s game was unavailable.
The Lady Horns (4-2) visit Clyde at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Jim Ned 51, Dragons 35
BANGS — The Bangs Dragons slipped to 1-2 on the season with a 51-35 home loss to Jim Ned Friday night.
The Dragons trailed 11-7 after one quarter, 25-20 at halftime and 38-33 through three periods.
Josh San Juan led Bangs with 15 points followed by Colton Brewer with five, Darius Gant, Curtis Patrick and Steven Quintana with four points apiece, J.B. Eoff with two points and Landon James with one.
The Dragons travel to Merkel at 8 p.m. Tuesday.