Tuesday's basketball replay: Cedar Hill girls rally to edge Timberview

Mansfield Timberview's Rea Bennett (22) fights for a rebound against Cedar Hill's Jada Terry during Cedar Hill's 54-49 victory.

Mansfield Timberview's Rea Bennett (22) fights for a rebound against Cedar Hill's Jada Terry during Cedar Hill's 54-49 victory.

Jada Terry scored 16 points, and Cedar Hill rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit for a 54-49 win over Mansfield Timberview in a battle of state-ranked 5A girls basketball teams.

Timberview (17-6, 3-1 District 5-5A), the state’s 12th-ranked team, outscored Cedar Hill 14-4 in the second quarter and led 30-21 at halftime. But Terry, a junior post player who has committed to Texas, scored 14 points in the second half, and 18th-ranked Cedar Hill (18-5, 3-1) outscored Timberview 20-10 in the fourth quarter.


David Allen, Highland Park, guard: Scored 26 points as the state’s 11th-ranked 4A team beat Richardson Pearce, 65-63, after trailing by 10 with about two minutes left. Darius Revels made eight 3-pointers and scored 34 for Pearce.

Nick Banyard, Flower Mound Marcus, forward: The New Mexico signee scored 20 points to lead defending 5A state champion Flower Mound Marcus -- the state’s top-ranked team – to a 58-45 win against Plano.

T.J. Cline, Plano West, forward: Scored 21 points as the state’s fifth-ranked 5A team beat Allen, 61-57, in overtime.

James Lonergan, Lake Highlands, forward: Scored 27 points to lead Lake Highlands to a 78-46 victory against Sunset.

Anthony Walker, West Mesquite, forward: Scored 29 points in a 68-50 victory over Red Oak.


Emily Besserer, Colleyville Heritage, guard: Had 12 points and 12 steals in a 68-6 win over Irving. Heritage didn’t allow a point in the first half.

Mikaehla Connor, McKinney North, guard/forward: Made a layup with about four seconds left as McKinney North beat McKinney, 32-31, and improved to 4-0 in District 10-4A.

Tasia Foman, Duncanville, guard: Had 18 points and nine steals as Duncanville (23-1, 4-0 District 5-5A), the state’s third-ranked 5A team, extended its winning streak to 11 games with a 62-26 victory against Midlothian.

Alexsis Ford, Kimball, post: Had a triple-double with 14 points, 11 rebounds and 12 blocked shots in a 54-34 win vs. Seagoville.

Teana Ogden, Denton Ryan, point guard: Was 17-of-20 from the free throw line and scored 29 points to help Denton Ryan (14-8, 3-0 District 4-4A) beat The Colony, 46-37.


31: Points scored in the third quarter by the Frisco Liberty girls in a 69-32 victory over Carrollton Creekview. Liberty is 4-0 in 9-4A.

16: Rebounds for Life Oak Cliff’s Chelsea Adams in a 69-27 win vs. Irving North Hills. She also had 23 points.

0: Points allowed in the first quarter by the Rockwall girls, the state’s 10th-ranked 4A team, in a 65-19 win vs. Rockwall-Heath.


Big D for Lincoln

The Lincoln girls, ranked No. 2 in the state in Class 4A, allowed only one point in the first three quarters in an 85-8 win over Spruce. Rikell McWright and Alisha Washington scored 18 points apiece for Lincoln (18-0, 3-0 District 12-4A).

No. 1 goes down

Danyel Bradley scored 24 points to lead the Bishop Lynch girls – ranked fifth in the state among large private schools -- to a 62-46 victory against No. 1-ranked Argyle Liberty Christian. SMU signee Nia Jackson scored 23 for Argyle Liberty.

Briefly …

The defending 5A state champion Irving MacArthur girls, ranked No. 1 in the state, led 25-4 at the end of the first quarter en route to a 72-36 win over Haltom. Texas State signee Ayriel Anderson led MacArthur (22-2, 7-0 District 6-5A) with 17 points, and Duke signee Alexis Jones and Jasmine Frausto each scored 12. … Jesuit followed up its championship in last week’s Plano Avery Air Invitational with a 54-36 win over Skyline. Steven Spieth led Jesuit with 15 points. … The Everman boys posted a 53-51 win over Arlington Seguin, the state’s eighth-ranked 4A team.



Joel Bolomboy, Keller Central: The Weber State signee scored a game-high 20 points as Keller Central rallied to beat Keller Fossil Ridge, 52-49. Keller Central trailed by seven at halftime.


Bryce Owens, DeSoto: The New Mexico signee scored 16 points as DeSoto, ranked 11th in the state in 5A, beat Mesquite, 58-46, in the district opener for both teams. Cemetra Jenkins scored 25 for Mesquite.

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