WHITESBORO — Madeline O’Hanlon had 31 points, seven rebounds and three steals as Pottsboro topped Whitesboro, 52-41, in District 9-3A action on Monday afternoon.

Hannah Fellinger added seven points and six rebounds, Haiden Williams finished with eight assists and three steals and Hadley Williams totaled four points, four rebounds and three assists for Pottsboro (15-3, 3-0).

Gabbie Case scored 15 points, Piper Dunn added 11 points, Casey Monk totaled five points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals and Destiny Mack finished with four points and five rebounds for Whitesboro (13-6, 1-1), which will compete in the Leonard Holiday Tournament starting on Dec. 27.

Gunter 42, Callisburg 35

CALLISBURG — Addison Mercer and Sara Putnicki each scored 14 points as Gunter beat Callisburg in district action on Monday.

Taylor Boddie added seven points for Gunter (5-10, 1-2), which moved its game against Whitesboro on Thursday to Jan. 2 because of the Tigers playing in the 3A Division II state football title game.

Jessie Payne scored 12 points and Kennedy Payne added seven points for Callisburg

District 10-3A

Van Alstyne 62, Commerce 32

COMMERCE — Emma Donald and Harley Butler scored 16 points apiece as Van Alstyne rolled past Commerce in district play on Monday.

The Lady Panthers (10-8, 2-1) jumped out to a 21-3 lead in the first quarter to seize control.

Torin Riddick had 11 points to give Van Alstyne three double-figure scorers while Valerie Young added six points.

The game was Van Alstyne’s last before the holiday break. The Lady Panthers return to action Dec. 28-29 at the Kaufman tournament.


Leonard 60, Sunnyvale 45

LEONARD — Jessi Bennett had 26 points, 10 rebounds, seven steals and four assists as Leonard beat Sunnyvale in non-district action on Monday night.

Bridget Watson added 17 points, two assists and two steals and Katlyn Brooks chipped in seven points for Leonard (14-2).

Cross Roads 45, Honey Grove 43

DALLAS — Diavian Shaw scored nine points during Honey Grove’s non-district loss against Cross Roads at the American Airlines Center on Monday afternoon.

Makiyah Johnson added eight points, Isabella Morrison chipped in seven points and Alexandra Morrison and Bree Cason finished with six points apiece for Honey Grove (12-10).


District 9-3A

Gunter 45, Callisburg 36

CALLISBURG — Zander Turner scored 17 points as Gunter defeated Callisburg in the district opener on Monday night.

Tyler Scott added nine points and Tristan Meadors chipped in eight points for Gunter (4-7, 1-0), which canceled its game against Whitesboro on Thursday due to the Tigers playing in the Class 3A Division II state football championship game. It was moved to Jan. 2.

Caleb Andrews scored 11 points while Preston Duke added six points for Callisburg.

Pottsboro 68, Whitesboro 54

WHITESBORO — Pottsboro had three players score in double figures Monday as the Cardinals opened district play with a road victory over Whitesboro.

Ethyn Snider scored 15 points with Daniel Arnold adding 14 points and Kai Barr chipping in 11 points as the Cardinals (12-2, 1-0) took control over the middle two periods. Jaxon Recer and Ross Hendrix each scored nine points for Pottsboro.

Whitesboro’s Cade Acker scored a game-high 20 points for the Bearcats with Scout Sanders adding nine points.

Pottsboro will host Pilot Point at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday in its second district outing. Whitesboro’s district game against Gunter has been postponed to Jan. 2 to accommodate the Tigers’ involvement in the Class 3A Division II football state final on Thursday.


Whitewright 44, Blue Ridge 35

WHITEWRIGHT — Jordan Meixelsperger scored a game-high 21 points Monday to lead Whitewright past Blue Ridge in non-district action.

Whitewright (4-9) overcame a 19-15 halftime deficit with a 13-8 edge in the third quarter and pulled away down the stretch in its final outing before the holiday break. The Tigers return to action Dec. 28 at the Leonard tournament.

Dylan Pitt added eight points for Whitewright.

Blue Ridge was led by Joel Linn with 13 points with Christian Enloe adding six points.