The Bowie Junior High School seventh- and eighth-grade girls’ basketball teams competed at the tough Brock Tournament on Thursday and Saturday.
And both Cottontail groups finished with medals, taking third place overall.
In the seventh-grade division, Bowie topped Peaster 30-6, beat Grandview 29-9 and lost to Argyle 34-14.
Abbi Gamblin tossed in six points in the loss to Argyle.
Gamblin netted 12 points versus Grandview and Jayci Logan was the second-leading scorer with seven points. Lexi Kirkham added five points.
Gamblin was the leading scorer with 11 points in the victory over Peaster, with Logan chipping with nine points.
The eighth-grade girls defeated Peaster 34-22 and Mineral Wells 41-9. Argyle was simply too much, and beat Bowie 46-17.
The Bowie seventh-grade “A” girls are 12-2, while the eighth-grade “A” girls are 11-3.
Aslyn Davis was the leading scorer in the win over Peaster, tossing in 16 points. Tatum Crow contributed seven points and Landra Parr six. Read more in The Bowie News.
Bowie Junior High School head coach Diane Weber and the seventh- and eighth-grade girls show off their bronze medals for getting third at the Brock Tournament. Here’s the eighth-grade team with their medals. (Courtesy photo)