POTTSBORO — Madeline O'Hanlon scored 26 points and had eight rebounds and six steals as the Pottsboro Lady Cardinals defeated the Pilot Point Lady Bearcats, 50-18, in District 9-3A girls action on Thursday.

Pottsboro dominated from the start, leading 15-3 after one quarter and 26-6 at halftime.

Hadley Williams added seven points and four rebounds for the Lady Cardinals, while Haiden Williams had four points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Hannah Fellinger and Alex Massie also scored four points for Pottsboro.

S&S 43, Callisburg 36

SADLER — The S&S Lady Rams took advantage of their opportunities at the free-throw line Thursday to defeat Callisburg.

The Lady Rams converted on 21-of-38 attempts, while Callisburg went 11-of-42 at the line.

Kaylee Baker led S&S with 12 points, all on free throws as she hit 12-of-16, with Payton White adding 11 points. Halie Hicks added nine points for the Lady Rams, going 5-of-8 at the line.

Callisburg's Jessie White led all scorers with 16 points.

S&S will participate in the Anson Tournament starting Wednesday and resume district play on Jan. 5 at Whitesboro.


Bells 58, Commerce 18

COMMERCE — Alexis Grove had 16 points and eight rebounds Thursday as Bells rolled past Commerce in non-district action.

Bells led by 10 at the end of the first quarter and by 27 at halftime.

Bella Smith and Danielle Doggett each scored eight points for the Lady Panthers with Courtney Davidson adding six points. Haley Arledge, Charli Waggoner and Gabby Smith all had five points and four assists, while Cheznie Hale also scored five points.


District 9-3A

Pottsboro 64, Pilot Point 54

POTTSBORO — Kai Barr had 14 points as Pottsboro pulled away to defeat Pilot Point.

Ross Hendrix added 13 points for the Cardinals (13-2, 2-0) with Jaxon Recer scoring 10, Ethyn Snider nine and Hunter Hines eight.

Pilot Point was ledf by Drake Wood with 14 points with Cody Collinsworth adding 13 and Javon Bruce 10.


Dallas Episcopal 74, Van Alstyne 72 (OT)

VAN ALSTYNE — Tyler Sperry scored 22 points, but Dallas Episcopal scored a putback at the buzzer in overtime to pull off the victory against Van Alstyne.

Samuel Tormos and Noah Boling each scored 19 points for Van Alstyne, which overcame a seven-point deficit entering the fourth quarter to force overtime. Sperry scored 14 points, hitting four 3-pointers, in the first quarter as the Panthers built a 21-11 lead, but Episcopal cut the margin to three at halftime and took a 46-39 lead at the end of the third quarter.

Keller Casey scored 32 points to lead Episcopal with Antonio Lapeyrolerie adding 19 points and Saxon Thompson 15.