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Girls Roundup

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Nocona
The Nocona Lady Indians started off the second round of district play with a dominant road win at Petrolia.
The Lady Indians won 76-40 on the road against the Lady Pirates to stay unbeaten on the year and celebrate some personal milestones with Coach Kyle Spitzer getting his 200th career win.
While Nocona came in confident, Petrolia was not a pushover as the Lady Pirates finished the first round of district sitting in third place. Still, the Lady Indians played like they are on a different level from the jump.
The Lady Indians were up 18-6 after the first quarter and never let up even with Petrolia’s offense playing better the final three quarters.
Nocona’s up tempo offense never slowed down as they got out and ran in transition faster and better than most teams can adjust to. The lowest total was the second quarter when the Lady Indians scored 17 points.
Skyler Smith had possibly her season high with 32 points while also leading with 12 rebounds. Megyn Meekins was second with 22 points but dished a team high nine assists. Reagan Phipps joined them in double-figures with 13 points while Avery Crutsinger was second with eight rebounds.

Prairie Valley vs Bellevue
The Bellevue Lady Eagles won at home on Thursday night against Prairie Valley.
The Lady Eagles won 33-28 against the Lady Bulldogs.
Bellevue lost the first game against Prairie Valley, but this time the Lady Eagles came out on top in a low-scoring game.
The Lady Eagles led 13-5 after the first quarter and 23-15 at halftime. The Lady Bulldogs picked up the intensity on defense in the second half, limiting Bellevue to only 10 points. This allowed Prairie Valley to close the score to one basket 26-23 heading into the fourth quarter.
The Lady Eagles were just barely able to hold on to win 33-28.
Callie Martin led Bellevue with 15 points while Tristan Shook and Brittany Gill each had seven points.
For the Lady Bulldogs, Makaylee Gomez led the team with 10 points while Linzie Priddy was second with eight points.

Forestburg
The Forestburg Lady Horns had a tall task playing Slidell on Thursday night.
The state-ranked Lady Greyhounds beat the Lady Horns 63-13.
Coach Cori Hayes had some positives to say about his team despite the one-sided nature of the game.
Madisen Deason led the team with seven points. Rachel Allen had a team high six rebounds.

Saint Jo
The Saint Jo Lady Panthers lost a disappointing game at Midway on Thursday night.
The Lady Falcons won 75-55 according to MaxPreps in an up-tempo game.
No other information about the game was provided by the coach.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the weekend edition of the Bowie News.

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Nocona’s Lady Indians are now statebound

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The Nocona Lady Indians defeated Lipan in the regional playoffs and are statebound. They won 50-41 in an exciting game. Watch for full photo and game coverage in the mid-week Bowie News and on our social media for future schedule.

Nocona Booster Club photo

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Bowie golf does well in first tournaments of the season

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Miley Thompson shot 95 and finished third overall individually and also helped the Lady Rabbits finish third as a team. (Courtesy photo)

The Bowie golf teams competed in the first tournaments of the season at both Flower Mound and at Muenster.
The boy’s one team finished seventh overall at course Tour 18 in Flower Mound. The boy’s second team and the girls team both finished third at Turtle Hill in Muenster.
The Jackrabbit team has all five players back from their team that finished third at the state tournament last season.
Playing some tough competition, the team was led by Cy Egenbacher who shot a team low 86. Hunter Lea shot 90, Rayder Mann shot 97 while Zac Harris and Andrew Sandhoff both shot 99. The total was 372 which was good for seventh place.
The Lady Rabbits were led by Miley Thompson who shot 95 which was good for third place individually. The rest of team included Tess Eganbacher and Reegen Ferguson shooting 109, Emily Cueva shooting 110 and Hanna Bell shooting 116. The team’s 423 total was good for third place.
Kendall Fallis was playing as medalist as her 106 score did not factor into the team’s total.
The second boys team was led by Hunter Fluitt, who shot 83 which was good for a fifth place finish. The rest of the included Gavin Brown shooting 97, Russell Anderson shooting 98, Trae Seigler shooting 102 and Bear Combs shooting 104. The 380 total was good for third place.

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Boys playoff roundup

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Saint Jo boys
The Saint Jo Panthers ended their season on Tuesday night in the bi-district round against state-ranked Perrin-Whitt for the third straight season.
The Pirates won 83-37 to end a season of ups and downs for a young Panthers team.
Saint Jo was coming off a big win against Bellevue the previous week in a play-in game for third place to give it some momentum heading into the playoffs.
The Panthers would need all the momentum they could get.
Perrin-Whitt had 31 wins and was ranked the fifth best team in the state in 1A in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches poll and the second ranked team in Max Preps rankings.
While Saint Jo had trouble scoring in the first quarter, it was still in the game trailing only 14-5 and hoping to find some consistent ways to score to keep it within reason.
Unfortunately, the Pirates scored 28 points in the second quarter and the game was blown wide open.
The Panthers trailed 42-13 at halftime.
Saint Jo did do a good job of playing competitively in the third quarter, only being outscored 19-18, it was not enough to make up the big deficit.
Perrin-Whitt finished strong in the fourth quarter to make the final score 83-37.

Bellevue boys
The Bellevue Eagles playoff run came to an end in the bi-district round on Tuesday against the defending state champions.
Graford won 89-31 and showed the young Eagles team how far they have to go to reach the top of the state standings.
Bellevue was coming off a tough loss the previous week in the play-in game against Saint Jo where the Eagles could have gotten third place if they had won.
Before that game, Bellevue won its previous four district games to clinch its first playoff appearance since 2017.
Unfortunately, the top ranked team in the state put an end to any thought of a fairy tale run.
The Bellevue coach did not return an email for any individual statistics or thoughts about the game or season.

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