High school girls basketball: Fab Fives and notes


GIRLS BASKETBALL

FAB FIVES

• Class 6A

1. Hendrickson (26-6)

2. Westlake (26-7)

3. Pflugerville (29-5)

4. Bowie (19-13)

5. Westwood (21-9)

• Class 5A

1. Cedar Park (25-7)

2. Austin High (26-7)

3. Marble Falls (22-10)

4. Georgetown (20-8)

5. Rouse (25-8)

• Class 4A and below

1. Liberty Hill (28-3)

2. St. Michael’s (21-6)

3. Thorndale (23-5)

4. Marble Falls Faith (23-6)

5. Austin Waldorf (20-4)

TIP-INS

Del Valle’s Tori Dolson scored 32 points and Delissa Crittenden added 27 to help the Cardinals clinch a playoff berth with an 89-72 win over Akins. Del Valle is assured its first winning season since 2010-11. … Westlake wrapped up its first outright district championship in 14 years with a 50-39 win over Lake Travis on Tuesday. … Cedar Park can wrap up its first outright district championship in 20 years if the Timberwolves win either of their final two games. … Austin High won its second consecutive district title with a 72-23 win over LBJ. … Marble Falls remains tied with Kerrville Tivy for first place in District 26-5A. The two 11-1 teams split their two district meetings with the visiting team winning each of those games. … Meghan Hendricks and Makayla Coy scored 17 points apeice to lead Westwood past McNeil and clinch a postseason berth. The Warriors, along with Hendrickson and Pflugerville, have claimed three of the four playoff berths out of District 13-6A. … Cedar Ridge, which defeated Stony Point 52-24 on Tuesday, clinched a tie for the final playoff berth behind 13 points from Marilyn Nzoiwu. Taryn Wils and Paetynn Gray scored 12 and 11 points, respectively. … London Clarkson scored 17 points and Britney Onyeje added 16 to lead Pflugerville past Round Rock 61-33 on senior night for the state-ranked Panthers. … Round Rock Christian Academy crushed Hill Country Christian 61-26 behind 23 points from Brooke Rountree. Logan Haller added 19 points in the victory. St. Michaels got 25 points from Anna Batchik to defeat Hyde Park 48-41.

GAMES TO WATCH

• Friday

Lago Vista at Blanco, 6:30 p.m.

Round Rock Christian at Central Texas Christian, 6:30 p.m.

Georgetown at Cedar Park, 7 p.m.

Rouse at Connally, 7 p.m.

Vista Ridge at Vandegrift, 7 p.m.

— Butch Hart, AA-S correspondent



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