SIDNEY — The No. 18 May Lady Tigers remained alone atop the District 18-A girls basketball standings with Friday’s 72-29 victory over Sidney.
May (20-4, 7-0) led 27-2 after one quarter, 52-9 at halftime and 62-19 through three frames.
Kaylee Harris finished with a team-high 15 points for the Lady Tigers trailed by Marilyn Infante with 13, Roberta Robinette and Kelsey Chambers with 10 apiece, Kyndi Kilgo with nine, Reese Chambers with six, Melanie Murphree with five, and Hannah McKenzie and Blaise Greenfield with two points each.
May will host Blanket at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Longhorns 43, Hamilton 41
HAMILTON — The Early Longhorns are in a three-way tie for third place in the District 6-3A boys basketball standings following Friday night’s 43-41 road victory over Hamilton.
Early (14-9, 4-3) — which is knotted with Eastland (6-11, 4-3) and Comanche (4-9, 4-3) — built a 23-16 halftime lead over Hamilton (6-14, 1-6), then staved off a second-half rally.
Kiah Laborn paced the Longhorns with 21 points followed by seven from Ty Schafer, three each by Brent Grooms, Ethan Mitchell and Jake Angerstein, two apiece by Timmy Smithson, Nathan Mitchell and Carlos Moreno and one point by Johnny Clubb.
The Longhorns host district leader Cisco at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Coleman 36, Lady Dragons 29
BANGS — The Bangs Lady Dragons slipped to 3-6 in District 6-3A action and 8-19 on the season with a 36-29 home loss to Coleman Friday night.
Bangs led 11-8 after one quarter and 15-14 at halftime, but Coleman (13-16, 6-3) surged ahead 26-19 by the end of the third period.
Kenzie Baker led the Lady Dragons with six points followed by five apiece from Kyra Smith and Kayleah Hall.
Bangs will visit Comanche at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Other scores (no info reported)
Hamilton 52, Lady Horns 28
Coleman 61, Dragons 27