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Friday's basketball replay: North Crowley girls blast state’s No. 10 team
GAME OF THE NIGHT
North Crowley vs. Arlington Bowie
Senior guard Kiara Davis went 9-of-10 from the free throw line and scored 26 points Friday, and Texas A&M signee Chelsea Jennings added 25 points to lead the North Crowley girls to a 59-44 win over Arlington Bowie, the state’s 10th-ranked Class 5A team.
Davis scored 12 points in the second quarter to help North Crowley (15-11, 5-0 District 4-5A) build a 34-22 halftime lead. Jennings then scored 10 of her team’s 16 points in the fourth quarter as North Crowley gained sole possession of first place in 4-5A by handing Bowie its first district loss.
AJ Moutry, McKinney, guard: Scored 54 points, made nine 3-pointers and hit the go-ahead shot with 1.8 seconds left in a 97-94 double-overtime win over Richardson Pearce. Corey Coleman scored 34 for Pearce.
David Allen, Highland Park, guard: Six 3-pointers and 32 points as the state’s No. 11 4A team beat McKinney North, 83-58.
TJ Cline, Plano West, forward: The son of basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman had 27 points and 11 rebounds as the state’s fifth-ranked 5A team beat Hebron, 56-50.
Zach Leday, The Colony, forward: Had 24 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks as the state’s third-ranked 4A team beat Wichita Falls Rider, 64-40.
Steven Spieth, Jesuit, guard/forward: The brother of Jordan Spieth – the second-ranked men’s amateur golfer in the world -- had 27 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists in a 65-49 win over Richardson.
Morgan Holly, Garland Naaman Forest, post: Had 26 points and 12 rebounds as Naaman Forest beat McKinney Boyd, 53-32, and improved to 4-1 in District 10-5A.
Ekemini Essien, Lutheran, forward: Had a triple-double with 35 points, 11 steals and 10 rebounds in a 73-31 win vs. Shelton.
Deianaira Moreno, Anna, point guard: Scored 30 points and had eight rebounds and five assists in a 70-55 loss to Commerce.
Adrienne Drake, Kimball, post: Had 30 points and eight rebounds as Kimball improved to 5-1 in District 11-4A with a 79-29 victory over Molina.
Jasmia Beasley, Carter, post: Scored 28 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in a 57-28 win vs. Adamson.
Teana Ogden, Denton Ryan, guard: Scored 31 points in a 48-44 loss to Denton.
46: Points scored by James Pegues for the Arlington Oakridge boys in a 70-69 overtime loss to Greenhill.
10: Three-pointers made by Jada Cox for Ennis in a 65-40 win vs. Terrell. She scored 32 points.
39: Points scored by Cayce Dahmer for the Royse City boys in a 66-61 loss to Denison.
Long shot wins it: Camryn Cole hit a shot from three-quarters court away at the buzzer to give the Carrollton Newman Smith boys a 53-51 win over Frisco Heritage. Cole scored off an inbounds pass.
State powers collide: In a matchup of state-ranked 4A boys teams, No. 10 Woodrow Wilson got 25 points from Zach Coleman and beat No. 19 Lincoln, 86-78.
Briefly: Cayce Dahmer hit 15 free throws and scored 39 points for the Royse City boys in a 66-61 loss to Denison. … Travis Bond scored 39 in the Ovilla Christian boys’ 67-44 win vs. Frisco Legacy. … The Flower Mound Marcus boys, ranked No. 1 in the state in 5A, beat Allen, 62-42.
Zach Peters, Prestonwood: The Kansas signee had 13 points and 10 rebounds in a 60-50 win vs. Argyle Liberty. Julius Randle scored 25 for Prestonwood, the state’s No. 2 large private school.
Alexis Jones, Irving MacArthur: The Duke signee scored 17 as the defending 5A state champions beat Irving Nimitz, 80-20. MacArthur, ranked No. 1 in the state in 5A, has won its district games by an average of 36.5 points.