Kreeland Avery drained 6 3-pointers as part of his game-high 28 points, and Estacado used a dominant second quarter to pull away from San Angelo Lake View and rout the Chiefs 87-40 in a District 3-4A contest on Friday.
Lubbock-Cooper’s torrid first half supplied plenty of cushion in a 70-42 victory at Monterey on Friday.
MIDLAND -- After dominating District 2-6A competition, maybe it was about time that Frenship got a stern test. The Tigers got exactly that from Midland High on Tuesday and Airron Gaydon made sure her team passed with flying colors.
Frenship kept pace with Odessa Permian on top of the District 2-6A hill with a strong first half and solid work in the fourth quarter to down Midland High 71-52 on Tuesday. Devin Hartfield led the Tigers (13-4, 4-0 district) with 27 points, TJ Miller notched 17 and Tracy Godfrey added 10. Mi…
Coronado and Lubbock High both struggled to find an offensive comfort zone early on Tuesday when they collided to begin the District 4-5A season at Westerner Arena.
Basketball has its highs and lows, and for Lubbock High on Tuesday, it was the latter as the Lady Westerners struggled to hit the mark all night long.
Lubbock High had been down this path before and didn’t want to stick to the same old method. So Cole Stephens put the Westerners on his back and made sure there was an about-face against Lamesa.
Lubbock High put together a solid second half in its District 2-5A Division I game against old rival Amarillo High on Friday, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a very rough first half.
ODESSA -- Coronado went on the road with only six players and rode home with its first victory this season and the first under coach Ashley James.
AMARILLO -- In a win to stay in the playoff picture matchup, Palo Duro staved off a Lubbock High’s fourth-quarter comeback attempt to notch a 27-20 victory Friday at Dick Bivins Stadium.
A 2½-week layoff in the middle of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic is not ideal for any team, and a loss following the return to action just adds to the disheartenment.
Coronado inched ever closer to a play spot Thursday by taking care of business against Lubbock High in a match made up after the Westerners were sidelined 2½ weeks because of COVID-19.