High school girls basketball: Fab Fives and notes


GIRLS BASKETBALL

FAB FIVES

• Class 6A

1. Pflugerville (17-4)

2. Westlake (13-5)

3. Westwood (13-4)

4. Del Valle (11-4)

5. Cedar Ridge (19-3)

• Class 5A

1. Cedar Park (14-5)

2. Austin High (13-2)

3. Rouse (15-5)

4. Marble Falls (14-8)

5. Georgetown (12-6)

• Class 4A and below

1. Liberty Hill (17-2)

2. St. Michael’s (12-4)

3. Austin Waldorf (10-1)

4. Marble Falls Faith (13-6)

5. Hyde Park (10-5)

TIP-INS

Guard Kennedi Hodge scored 23 points and F Samariae Bond added 12 points and eight rebounds as Pflugerville rallied to defeat Hendrickson 58-54 in a District 13-6A contest. The Panthers faced McNeil on Thursday night as they sought to move to 3-0 in the district standings. … Westlake is off to a 3-0 start in District 25-6A after topping Vandegrift 72-68 Friday in overtime. Sophomore G Bailee Chynoweth and freshman F Gwen Gilmore combined for 27 points for the Chaparrals, who have won 10 straight games. Junior G Jen Moore had a game-high 19 points for Vandegrift, now 2-1 in 25-6A. … Del Valle has won nine of its past 10 games, suffering only a four-point loss to Westwood 63-59 Dec. 1. This week, the Cardinals defeated Ann Richards 52-12. They will open District 14-6A play Jan. 5 against Bowie, the defending district champion. Bowie and Del Valle are the only 14-6A teams to post winning records so far this season. … Cedar Park remained unbeaten in District 19-5A after a half-dozen games, topping Cedar Creek 75-34 as 6-foot sophomore post Nicole Leff led the Timberwolves with 19 points. She was one of 10 players to score for Cedar Park, which led 40-15 at halftime. … Senior center Mia Heide, a Tulane signee, scored 19 points as Austin High raced past Lanier 79-19 to improve to 3-0 in District 25-5A play. The Maroons have won 11 of their past 12 games, losing only to Lucas Lovejoy 46-38 Nov. 30. … Marble Falls defeated Boerne Champion 67-54 after outscoring the Chargers 15-0 in the third quarter. The Mustangs are off to a 3-0 start in District 26-5A. … Forwards Alyssa Onyango and Ashley Thompson combined for 29 points to help Rouse upend Georgetown 45-41. Both teams are 5-1 in 19-5A contests. … Liberty Hill rolled past Burnet 71-24 to raise its District 19-4A mark to 2-0. … St. Andrew’s boasts victories over Marble Falls Faith (42-35) and Brentwood Christian (20-16), a pair of state-ranked TAPPS teams.

— Butch Hart, AA-S correspondent



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