AUBREY — Braswell won its third straight with a dominating 53-34 win over Lewisville on Tuesday night.
Braswell (6-1) jumped out to a 21-9 lead after the first quarter, then stifled Lewisville’s offense in the second quarter, holding the Lady Farmers (1-3) to just two points. The Lady Bengals led 36-11 at the half.
Alisa Williams had a game-high 14 points and Jazmyne Jackson added 10 for Braswell. Kennedy Evans chipped in with eight and Journey Taylor contributed with seven.
Braswell goes to the road to take on Lancaster on Friday.
Frisco Lebanon Trail 66, Ryan 44
A 25-4 scoring edge in the third quarter doomed Ryan in a 66-44 loss to Frisco Lebanon Trail on Tuesday night.
Ryan (2-4) managed just four points in the third quarter as it saw the five-point halftime deficit explode to 26 by the end of the third.
Abbey Kirk led Ryan with 25 points, including going 5-of-14 from 3-point range. Aspen Hicks added eight points and five boards for Ryan. Dashia Johnson and A’Rosha Reed each scored four.
Ryan is back home on Friday to take on Frisco.
Cedar Hill 52, Guyer 31
CEDAR HILL — A low-scoring third quarter doomed Guyer in its second meeting with Cedar Hill this season, falling 52-31 on the road on Tuesday night.
In a tournament last week, Guyer (3-4) topped Cedar Hill (6-2) by nine. In the second instance, Cedar Hill’s defense was too much for Guyer, holding the Lady Wildcats to three points in the third and just 11 points in the second half.
Hailey Mason led Guyer with 14, Mariah Waton added six and Raina Akbar chipped in with five.
Denton 54, Fort Worth South Hills 33
Seimone Griffin scored 24 to lead Denton to a 54-33 win over Fort Worth South Hills on Tuesday night.
Denton (3-3) and South Hills (0-4) were tied at 13 after the first quarter, but the Lady Broncos held South Hills to just three points in the second quarter to lead 24-16 at the half.
After another close third quarter, Denton pulled away in the fourth by outscoring South Hills 18-6.
Maggie Wainscott scored 14, Isabella Bloomer added eight and Marissa Brock and Taylor Crain each had four for Denton.
Mansfield Timberview 48, Lake Dallas 35
CORINTH — Lake Dallas was outscored in each of the first three quarters, falling 48-35 to Mansfield Timberview on Tuesday night.
ShaDiamond Wilson led Lake Dallas (3-2) with 10 points followed by Jorja Elliott with seven and Camryn Richardson with six.
Timberview (5-2) led by four after the first quarter and 25-19 at the half. Lake Dallas could not close the gap in the third quarter as Timberview extended its lead to 40-27.
Bailey Broughton and Altyn Bartley each added four for the Falcons.
Sanger 84, Nevada Community 16
SANGER — Four players scored in double figures for Sanger as it completely dominated Nevada Community in an 84-16 win on Tuesday night.
Elaine Pomeroy scored 24 and Lexi Martin poured in 22 to lead the Lady Indians (4-0) in the win, who held a 33-6 lead after the first quarter. In the second and third quarters, Sanger held Nevada Community to three points total and led 72-9 after three.
Bella Ringenberg and Carly Schmucker each added 11 points. Morgan Hartman and Samantha Hydock added five and six points, respectively.
The 16 points is the fewest Sanger has given up in a game since giving up only 15 to Gainesville last season on Jan. 29.
Argyle 55, Ponder 52
PONDER — A back-and-forth game saw Ponder fall just short to Argyle, 55-52, on Tuesday night.
Tate Wells scored 20 and Kenzie Grider added 16 to lead Ponder (3-4) in the loss.
Ponder and Argyle (4-0) were tied after one, but Argyle took a 27-24 lead into the half. After three quarters, though, Ponder held the slim 41-40 lead before Argyle outscored the Lady Lions 15-11 in the final frame.
Kassi Ballard scored nine points, Marlee Moynagh added five and Skye Gill had two.
Ashlie Crabtree led Argyle with 22 points and Caroline Lyles added 15.
Dallas Ursuline 44, Aubrey 34
DALLAS — In its season opener, Aubrey fell 44-34 to Dallas Ursuline on Tuesday night on the road.
June Chatterley led Aubrey (0-1) with seven points and Rhianna Stevenson and Audrey Beaty each had five.
Ursuline held a slight three-point lead after three quarters then outscored the Lady Chaps 15-8 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the double-digit win.
Kynadi Hall and Graci Grisso added four points each for Aubrey, and Camden Stephenson and Lexie Temple scored three points apiece.
Aubrey heads to the Bells tournament on Thursday, where it will be in group play against Leonard and Whitesboro.