The Godley Lady Cats remained perfect in District 10-2A play after a 51-28 win over Rio Vista on Friday night.
The Lady Cats outscored the Lady Eagles 19-2 in the second quarter to build a 31-11 lead at halftime.
Godley took relatively good care of the basketball as the Lady Cats committed only eight turnovers compared to 23 for Rio Vista.
Maelan Brown led Godley with 14 points and 11 rebounds, including eight offensively. Stacy Huckaby scored 12 points for Godley while Lyndsie James added eight points, five rebounds and three assists. Leanna James scored four points, had three rebounds and four steals.
The Lady Cats are now 6-0 in district play.
The Burleson Lady Elks defeated Waco University in Waco on Friday night, 59-33.
Burleson held leads of 17-10 after the first quarter and 35-16 at halftime as they outscored University in all four quarters.
Ashley Graham’s 23 points led Burleson while Mackenzie Hailey added 16 points and Morgan Landers added eight points.
Burleson moved to 5-2 in District 8-4A play.
The Centennial Lady Spartans defeated Everman, 48-37, and improved to 2-5 in District 8-4A play.
Cassidy Barbare led Centennial with 16 points and Brooklyn Garcia scored 14 points. Madison Thompson added seven points and Meagan Benson chipped in with six points.
The Burleson Elks are still searching for their first District 8-4A win after a 49-32 loss to Waco University on Friday night.
The Elks entered the fourth quarter trailing 42-18 before they outscored the Trojans 14-7 in the final quarter.
Adrian Rodriguez led Burleson with 13 points and Vincent Spradley added five points.
Centennial fell to 2-3 in District 8-4A after a 55-44 loss in Everman.
The second and third quarters doomed the Spartans, as the Bulldogs outscored Centennial 29-12 in that span.
Curtis Amos led the Spartans with a game-high 16 points while Doug Hopkins added seven points.
Tyrell Dockery scored 14 points to lead four Bulldogs who scored in double figures.
The Godley Wildcats recorded a 65-54 win over the Rio Vista Eagles on Friday night.
Devin Bolden’s 23 points led the Wildcats past the Eagles and Ryan Jimison’s 21 points.
Mark Smith scored 13 points for Godley while Drew Benge added 11 points and Trace Brown scored 10.
Joseph Chavez added 11 points for Rio Vista while James Angeley scored 10 points and Kyle Leonhardt added nine.
Grandview sharpshooter signs with LeTourneau
Grandview’s Stephen Stewart, the 2013 All-Johnson County co-offensive player of the year, signed to play basketball at LeTourneau University on Thursday.
Longtime Lady Jacket teammates look to keep reaching goals together
The Cleburne Lady Jacket basketball team had one of its most successful seasons in recent memory this year. And the backcourt duo of Bria McCullough and Courtney Jeffcoat had a lot to do with that success.
Alvarado, Grandview boys dominate AJC superlative selections
For Alvarado junior Xavier Adams, the superlatives and awards keep rolling in. After receiving the most valuable player award in District 7-3A selections and being named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches all-state and all-region teams, Adams was also chosen as the MVP on the Cleburne Ford 2013 All-Johnson County basketball team.
Cleburne's McCullough, Jeffcoat earn co-MVP honors for All-County
The Cleburne Lady Jackets went from cellar dwellers in 2011-12 to a playoff team in 2012-13, and superlative selections in the Cleburne Ford 2013 All-Johnson County girls’ basketball team reflect that 180-degree turnaround.
Junior guards Bria McCullough and Courtney Jeffcoat shared the most valuable player award and Cleburne Coach Jamie Calahan was also recognized.
Alvarado, Godley, Rio Vista each place three on AJC first and second teams
The Cleburne Ford 2013 All-Johnson County boys’ basketball teams have been selected and there is representation from eight of the county’s nine schools on the first and second teams.
AJC girls first and second teams feature numerous sophomores
The Cleburne Ford 2013 All-Johnson County girls’ basketball teams have been chosen, and all nine schools in the county are represented. Five different schools lead the way tied with three players represented in the first and second teams.
Duo of Lady Cats recognized on TABC teams
While basketball season is over, the awards keep rolling in for Godley’s Maelan Brown as she was recently selected to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches all-region team and all-state team. She was previously selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association all-state team.
State of Texas not represented in March Madness
Texas has no teams in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1977.
Alvarado junior earns district MVP, all-state honors
The Alvarado Indians’ season ended with a loss to Wichita Falls Hirschi in the area round of Class 3A playoffs, but with the majority of the team expected to return next year, along with the District 7-3A MVP in junior Xavier Adams, expectations are sky high for the Indians heading into the offseason.
Rio Vista student an honorary Mavs captain
Rio Vista sophomore Alex Nichols attended the Dallas Mavericks’ game on March 6 against the Houston Rockets as a part of ExxonMobil’s Honorary Co-Captain program.
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