MAY — The No. 22 May Lady Tigers remained undefeated in District 18-A girls basketball action with a 51-37 victory over Richland Springs Tuesday night.
May (18-4, 5-0) led 10-7 after one quarter, 29-15 at halftime and 43-28 through three periods.
Kyndi Kilgo finished with a team-high 14 points for the Lady Tigers trailed by Kaylee Harris and Marilyn Infante with 10 each, Kelsey Chambers with nine and Reese Chambers and Roberta Robinette with four points apiece.
For Richland Springs (3-2 in district), Berkeley Mann tallied 15 points trailed by Gracie Ashworth with 12 and Kamree Lewis with 10.
EARLY — The Early Longhorns chalked up their second District 6-3A victory Tuesday night, knocking off the Coleman Bluecats, 48-38.
The Longhorns (12-8, 2-3) were led by Timmy Smithson with 18 points, Ty Schafer with 14, Kiah Laborn with 10, and Ethan Mitchell, Johnny Clubb and John Griffin with two points apiece.
Coleman slipped to 3-14 overall and 1-3 in district with the loss.
Lady Horns 36
EARLY — The Early Lady Horns fell to 1-5 in District 6-3A action and 3-17 overall with Tuesday night’s 45-36 home loss to Coleman.
Early received 17 points from Ellie Ryan, six from Kacee Gober, five from Alexa Portillo and four points apiece from Vance-Cady Gordon and Taylor Summers.
Coleman improved to 4-2 in district and 11-15 overall with the win.
Lady Dragons 19
CISCO — The Bangs Lady Dragons tumbled to 2-4 against District 6-3A competition and 7-17 for the year with Tuesday night’s 44-19 road loss to Cisco.
Cisco led 12-5 after one quarter and boosted the advantage to 24-9 by halftime.
Kyra Smith scored seven points for Bangs while Kayleah Hall chipped in six.
No. 9 Cisco improved to 6-0 in district and 19-2 overall with the victory.
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Cisco 77, Dragons 41