WHITESBORO — The Aubrey Chaparrals played a tough game against a very good Whitesboro team Tuesday but couldn’t hang on down the stretch in a 57-50 overtime loss.

Whitesboro, which had three players combine for 46 of its 57 points, found success at the free throw line to edge Aubrey 9-2 in the extra frame. It was a disappointing loss for the Chaps, who led by three at halftime and were still clinging to a two-point lead going into the fourth quarter.

Austin Carter led the Chaps with 18 points. Hayden Smith added 10 and Jayden Hollis and Jake Redfearn chipped in seven and six points, respectively.

Whitesboro 57, Aubrey 50 (OT)

 

Aubrey

11

14

11

12

2

50

Whitesboro

9

13

12

14

9

57

 

Aubrey – Austin Carter 18, Hayden Smith 10, Jayden Hollis 7, Jake Redfearn 6, Eric Mendez 4, Jacob Crow 3, Wyatt Dyer 2.

Whitesboro – Gaines 20, Acker 13, Morgan 13, Fletcher 5, Gullett 2, Beste 2, Sanders 2.

Calvary 63, Weatherford Christian 47

WEATHERFORD — Calvary jumped out to a huge lead in the first quarter and never looked back while dominating Weatherford Christian.

Chase King scored 20 points for the Lions, who scored at least 14 points in every quarter and went into the final eight minutes with a comfortable 15-point lead. Calvary had 17 steals and shot 77 percent from the free throw line.

Calvary 63, Weatherford Christian 47

 

Calvary

18

14

15

16

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63

Weatherford Christian

5

15

12

15

--

47

 

Calvary – Chase King 20, Jacob Helzer 9, Luke Wakeland 8, Cohen Thompson 8, Beck Hillman 8, Wilson White 4, Carter Listi 4, Conner Obannon 2.

Girls

Krum 49, Keene 45

KEENE — In a back-and-forth tussle, Krum came out on top with a tight win over Keene.

The Lady Cats (4-3) jumped out to a 14-4 lead in the first quarter but found themselves trailing by one point heading into the fourth quarter before outscoring Keene 11-8 for the win.

Cali Marquis scored 15 points and was one of three players in double figures for Krum. Olivia Kamesch added 11 points and Jacey Oster chipped in 10.

Krum 49, Keene 45

 

Krum

14

15

9

11

--

49

Keene

4

21

12

8

--

45

 

Krum – Cali Marquis 15, Olivia Kamesch 11, Jacey Oster 10, Tori Hamilton 6, Kennedy Stokes 4, Rachelle Johnson 3.

Keene – Kilo 12, Konou 11, Stephens 9, Thomas 8, Hinerman 3, Fouthereo 2.

Denton 57, Fort Worth South Hills 9

FORT WORTH — In one of the more lopsided scores of the evening, the Denton Lady Broncos held Fort Worth South Hills to three points over the final three quarters Tuesday in a 57-9 rout that pushed their record to 10-3.

Ky’lie Scott poured in 19 points for Denton, which got 13 points from Katorya Rogers.

Denton 57, Fort Worth South Hills 9

 

Denton

6

22

17

12

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57

Fort Worth South Hills

6

1

1

1

--

9

 

Denton – Ky’lie Scott 19, Katorya Rogers 13, Madison Pritchard 5, Diamond Gladney 4, Olivia Upchurch 3, Shakeria Bell 3, Reagan Wright 2, Melody Battles 2.

Fort Worth South Hills – Wells 5, Petite 3, Padilla 1.

Hebron 59, Sanger 34

CARROLLTON — Chloe Malone finished with 10 points and Sanger had nine players score, but that was not enough as Hebron cruised.

Hebron jumped out to an early lead and never trailed from there, scoring double digits in all but one quarter. The Lady Hawks were fueled by four players reaching double figures and outscored Sanger 17-8 in the final eight minutes.

Sanger will be in tournament action this weekend.

Hebron 59, Sanger 34

 

Sanger

8

11

7

8

--

34

Hebron

15

18

9

17

--

59

 

Sanger – Chloe Malone 10, Desi Gonzales 6, Tessa Moore 4, Kenzie Turkoly 3, Abby Odom 3, Phoenix Dillin 2, Emily Lemons 2, Sarah Burk 2.

Hebron – Dickson 14, McKinney 12, Melton 10, Loudermill 10, Thomas 5, Rej 3, Miles 3, Koster 2.

Aubrey 48, Whitesboro 29

WHITESBORO — After a slow start, the Aubrey Lady Chaparrals used a strong second quarter to pull away from Whitesboro. The victory was Aubrey’s sixth of the year.

While Aubrey had a huge night offensively thanks to Kaia Saylor’s 13 points, the Lady Chaps’ defense sealed the win by holding Whitesboro to four points in the second quarter and three over the final eight minutes.

Aubrey will travel to the Pottsboro tournament Thursday to play Era and Bowie.

Aubrey 48, Whitesboro 29

 

Aubrey

8

17

9

14

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48

Whitesboro

13

4

9

3

--

29

 

Aubrey – Kaia Saylor 13, Addison Flick 8, Miranda Nowak 6, Rihanna Stevenson 6, Gabi Grissom 4, Wylie Dyer 4, Audrey Beaty 4, Shay Burton 2, Hannah Ramsey 1.

Liberty Christian 73, Addison Greenhill 44

ADDISON — Grace Alverson scored 17 points and was one of four players to reach double figures for Liberty Christian, which rolled to a win over Addison Greenhill.

The Lady Warriors were already leading by 13 going into halftime when they outscored Greenhill 23-7 in the third frame. Eight players scored for Liberty, including Bella Hughes, who narrowly missed finishing in double figures with nine points.

Liberty Christian 73, Addison Greenhill 44

 

Liberty Christian

15

18

23

17

--

73

Addison Greenhill

9

11

7

17

--

44

 

Liberty Christian – Grace Alverson 17, Aimee Alverson 12, Payton Oltrogge 14, Bailey Lewis 12, Bella Hughes 9, Gabby McBride 4, Emma Wolski 3, Alex Tully 2.

Addison Greenhill – Woods 12, Curington 10, Ness 6, Iserberg 4, Olomu 3.

Lake Dallas 49, Brock 45

CORINTH — Lake Dallas outlasted a late rally by Brock.

Dorian Norris scored 19 points for the Lady Falcons, who had their lead cut to 33-30 going into the final eight minutes. Jorja Elliott added nine and Mackenzie Buss chipped in eight to secure the win and push the Lady Falcons’ record to 7-4.

Lake Dallas 49, Brock 45

 

Lake Dallas

13

10

10

16

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49

Brock

6

8

16

15

--

45

 

Lake Dallas – Dorian Norris 19, Jorja Elliott 9, Mackenzie Buss 8, Bailey Broughton 6, Josephine Elliott 4, Allie Buchanan 3.

Brock – Lewis 14, Leek 10, McCall 7, Boxell 7, Tatter 3, McKinzie 2, Lewis 2.

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