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Basketball replay: Timberview boys hold off No. 2 SGP
GAME OF THE NIGHT
Timberview boys hold off No. 2 SGP
Cornelius Hudson had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead the Mansfield Timberview boys to a 47-46 victory over South Grand Prairie, the state’s second-ranked Class 5A team.
South Grand Prairie (28-3, 9-2) missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and fell one game behind District 7-5A leader DeSoto. Timberview (22-7, 5-6) remained one game behind fourth-place Cedar Hill.
Big D for Midlothian
The Midlothian girls outscored the state’s 12th-ranked 5A team, 11-1, in the fourth quarter and rallied for a 31-26 win over DeSoto. Kayla Robinson scored eight of her 15 points in the fourth quarter for Midlothian (16-17, 4-9 in 7-5A). DeSoto (27-7, 9-4), which has clinched a playoff spot, beat Midlothian, 63-24, earlier this season.
After a 1-4 start in district play, the Plano East girls clinched a playoff spot with a 54-49 win vs. McKinney Boyd. Plano East (13-18, 4-5) is in third place in District 10-5A. ... The Arlington Seguin girls (25-7, 12-1) clinched the outright District 15-4A title with a 61-52 win over Waxahachie, coupled with Red Oak's 37-34 loss to Mansfield Summit. Red Oak is now tied with Summit for second in the district. ... Brianna Shavers had 16 points and 13 rebounds to help the Carrollton Creekview girls clinch a playoff berth with a 56-26 win against Terrell.
The Madison boys won by 90, beating Irving North Hills, 120-30. … The Duncanville girls’ winning streak is at 62 games after a 67-24 win vs. Mansfield. … The Richardson Berkner boys, ranked eighth in the state in 5A, trailed Richardson Pearce by one entering the fourth quarter before rallying for a 53-48 win. ... Garland Christian’s Cody King had a triple-double with 12 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in a 74-34 win vs. Longview Christian Heritage.
Zol Singleton, Frisco Wakeland, guard: Scored all 12 of his points in the second half to lead Wakeland (22-5, 8-3) to a 67-54 win against District 9-4A leader Little Elm (20-7, 9-2).
Keyunta Watkins, Trophy Club Byron Nelson, guard: Made a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer and scored 15 points as Byron Nelson (23-5, 9-2) beat Wichita Falls, 37-34, and stayed one game behind District 5-4A leader Denton Guyer.
Nick Babb, Arlington Martin, guard: Scored 14 points to lead Arlington Martin (23-6, 9-2) to a 51-50 win over District 3-5A leader North Crowley (23-7, 10-1), the state’s ninth-ranked 5A team. It ended North Crowley’s district winning streak at 82 games.
Jalen Jones, Cedar Hill, forward: Scored 30 points as the state’s 22nd-ranked 5A team beat Grand Prairie, 74-71, in overtime.
Lupe Alba, Bishop Lynch, forward: Hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Bishop Lynch a 57-55 win over John Paul II, the state’s second-ranked large private school. Alba finished with 18 points.
Tyler Singleton, Triple A Academy, guard: Had a triple-double with 11 points, 13 assists and 10 steals as the state’s top-ranked 1A Division I team beat Italy, 84-40. Jeremiah Jefferson scored 29 for Triple A.
Marquan Botley, Prestonwood, point guard: Scored on a floater with 12 seconds left to give Prestonwood a 58-57 win over Bishop Dunne.
McKenzie Adams, Frisco Centennial, point guard: The Arkansas signee scored 37 points for the second straight game in a 57-51 win vs. The Colony. Adams passed the 2,000-point mark for her career.
Jaileen Thomas, Richardson Berkner, guard: Scored 37 points in a 64-48 win vs. Richardson Pearce.
Tory Jacobs, Irving MacArthur, guard/forward: Scored 31 in a 69-44 win over Irving Nimitz.
Kaitlyn Read, Highland Park, guard: Had 27 points and 10 steals to lead Highland Park (23-7, 11-2) to a 60-56 win over 10-4A leader Newman Smith (22-9, 12-1), the state’s 20th-ranked 4A team.
Tyler Hamilton, Mesquite Horn, point guard: Had 13 points and 10 assists as Horn (22-6, 10-1) clinched District 12-5A’s top seed for the playoffs with a 64-23 win over Tyler Lee. Mesquite will be 12-5A's No. 2 seed after beating Rockwall, 57-52.
Vanessa Jones, Flower Mound Marcus, guard: Scored 16 to help Flower Mound Marcus (26-7, 7-2) to a 63-51 win over District 5-5A leader Flower Mound (23-8, 8-1). Flower Mound can win the district title with a victory at third-place Denton Ryan on Tuesday in the regular-season finale.
Kennedy Kress, Keller, guard: Made a 3-pointer with five seconds left to force overtime, and Keller clinched a playoff spot with a 42-33 win over Keller Timber Creek.
Ashley Pride, Woodrow Wilson, point guard: Had a triple-double with 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in a 78-15 win vs. Thomas Jefferson.
Claudia Price, West Mesquite, forward: The San Francisco signee had 18 points and 16 rebounds as the state's 24th-ranked 4A team beat Forney, 89-51. West Mesquite made 12 3-pointers in the win.
Brittny Norris, Bishop Lynch, guard: Scored 26 points as the state's top-ranked large private school beat fourth-ranked John Paul II, 55-45.
111-4: Score of the Lincoln girls’ win over Spruce. The state’s second-ranked 4A team led, 78-0, at halftime. It came one week after Lincoln beat Thomas Jefferson, 111-6.
53: Points scored by Nic Thomas for the Arlington High Point boys in a 99-53 win against Arlington Flint Academy.
25: Rebounds for Kimball’s Adrienne Drake in a 57-52 win against Seagoville. She also had 29 points.
Jake Flaggert, Lovejoy: The UTEP signee scored a game-high 15 points as Lovejoy (20-9, 11-0 District 13-4A) clinched its fourth straight district title with a 51-39 win over Royse City.
Alexis Mason, McKinney North: The Abilene Christian signee scored 29 points as District 13-4A champion McKinney North (28-3, 13-0) beat Wylie East, 79-44. Mason had 15 points in the first quarter. Emily Hartegan finished with 27 points for Wylie East.