HOWE — The Lady Bulldogs opened District 11-2A action with a pair of victories this weekend, beating Whitewright, 40-36, on Friday and then earning a 57-53 win over Pottsboro on Saturday.

HOWE — The Lady Bulldogs opened District 11-2A action with a pair of victories this weekend, beating Whitewright, 40-36, on Friday and then earning a 57-53 win over Pottsboro on Saturday.


In the win over Whitewright, Holly Hawkins had 13 points and seven rebounds, Riley Harvey added 12 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals, Melissa Smith scored eight points and Aurian James grabbed eight rebounds.


Harvey scored 18 points against Pottsboro while Smith chipped in 12 points, Darci Foster scored 10 points and Makenzie Duffee finished with seven points for the Lady Bulldogs (5-4, 2-0), who host Tom Bean on Tuesday.


Whitewright’s Anna Shope had 14 points in the loss while Sydney Brummett finished with eight points.


Pottsboro’s Justus Malone scored 13 points against Howe while Tatum Marburger, Macie O’Hanlon and Jordan Slagle add had seven points apiece.


Malone had 13 points and nine rebounds as Pottsboro defeated Whitesboro, 48-33, in district action on Friday night.


Lindsey Evans added 12 points and nine rebounds, O’Hanlon totaled eight points and Marburger finished with six points for Pottsboro.


Terilyn Bufkin had 10 points and three steals, Kristen Phelps finished with six points and five rebounds, Kacie Jones scored five points and Kristen McCanlies totaled two points, six rebounds and three steals for Whitesboro.


Tom Bean 54, Callisburg 35


TOM BEAN — Katie Jones had 13 points, seven rebounds, five assists and five steals as Tom Bean defeated Callisburg in district action on Friday night.


Sarah Henderson added 11 points and six rebounds, Ramie Byers scored 11 points, Morgan Cooper finished with seven points and Alex Hendry chipped in six points, five rebounds and three steals for Tom Bean.


Bells 55, S&S 16


SADLER — Katie Branam had 12 points, six rebounds and three assists as Bells defeated S&S in district action on Friday night.


Katie Shults scored 12 points, Caylee Duvall added eight points, Katie Moore chipped in five points and six rebounds and Carlee Shelby finished with seven points for Bells (9-3, 1-1), which led 25-3 after the first quarter.


Brooke Rankin scored seven points to lead S&S.


On Saturday, Jessika Dyke scored 27 points, rallying S&S to a make-up win against Callisburg.


Shelby Thomas added a dozen points and Rankin 11 for the Lady Rams (2-8, 1-1), who trailed by two at the half but outscored Callisburg 31-14 in the second half.


S&S will travel to Howe on Tuesday night.


District 12-2A Van Alstyne 40, Caddo Mills 34


CADOO MILLS — Emma Moreno scored 10 points as Van Alstyne defeated Caddo Mills in district action on Friday night.


Carleigh Simmons and Maddie Horn each finished with nine points and Raigan Servati chipped in four points, eight rebounds and three steals for Van Alstyne (10-7, 2-0), which hosts Gunter on Tuesday.


Gunter 71, Farmersville 48


GUNTER — Regan Hestand had nine points, nine rebounds, five steals and 11 assists as Gunter defeated Farmersville in district action on Friday.


Jaimie Hughes led all scorer’s with 19 points to go with seven rebounds, Emily Bruner added 17 points and Mackenzie Mazerolle finished with 10 points for Gunter (9-4, 2-0), which travels to Van Alstyne on Tuesday.


District 15-A (I) Trenton 36, Blue Ridge 34 (OT)


TRENTON — Bria Green had 11 points as Trenton edged Blue Ridge in district action on Friday night.


Shanna Bennett and Jordan Withrow each added nine points apiece for Trenton (5-5, 2-0), which plays at Bland on Tuesday.


Kinzie Garcia had 12 points, Megan Pope scored 10 points and Torey Crosswhite chipped in seven points for Blue Ridge, which hosts Sam Rayburn on Tuesday.


District 16-A (I) Honey Grove 65, Detroit 34


DETROIT — Elizabeth Johnson had 21 points during Honey Grove’s district win at Detroit on Friday.


Lyndsey Lewis and Natalie Ferguson scored 10 points each for Honey Grove (11-1, 2-0), which led, 34-18, at halftime.


Allyiah Daniels garnered eight points and Jada Redd added seven for Honey Grove, which plays at North Hopkins on Tuesday.


Non-district Texoma Christian 49, Dodd City 41


DODD CITY — Hannah Bentsen had 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists as Texoma Christian defeated Dodd City in non-district action on Friday night.


Haylie Ross added nine points, Tori Powers finished with seven points and Kristen Goff totaled six points for Texoma Christian (8-3), which hosts Collinsville on Friday.


Jenna Wallace led Dodd City with 16 points while Keeshia Thompson finished with 13 points.


Savoy 37, Gr’ville Phoenix 21


SAVOY — Lindsey Stone had eight points and 10 rebounds as Savoy defeated Greenville Phoenix in non-district action on Friday night.


Callie Daniel scored eight points, Hanna White chipped in five points and four rebounds and Katie Gibson finished with three points, three rebounds and five steals for Savoy.


Fairfield Tmt. Championship Fairfield 36, Melissa 34


FAIRFIELD — Katie Webb scored 14 points for Melissa but host Fairfield won its tournament by edging the Lady Cardinals on Saturday.


Keonni Conkle added eight points and Megan Conlin chipped in seven points for Melissa (9-1), which hosts North Lamar on Tuesday.


Whitney Taylor scored 29 points as Melissa defeated Robinson, 59-47, in the semifinals earlier in the day. Webb finished with 14 points and Conkle chipped in eight points for the Lady Cardinals.