LOMETA — Shane Stone scored a game-high 20 points as No. 19 Lometa finished its regular season with an 82-50 win over Oglesby on Tuesday.
The Hornets (20-5, 10-0) have a bi-district playoff bye and will not play in the area round until Feb. 21.
Ivan Jasso added 17 points while Pedro De Luna chipped in 12.
Lometa led 23-9 after the first quarter and took a 48-17 halftime lead.
SALADO 76, CAMERON YOE 52: At Salado, Kole Hearne scored a game-high 17 points to help No. 18 Salado beat Cameron Yoe.
The Eagles (26-3, 12-0 22-2A) kept their perfect district record intact with a home win over the Yoemen (3-9 22-2A).
Kyle Heiner and Chris Deal both scored 13 points while Dane Hankamer added 11 for the Eagles.
No. 24 LIBERTY HILL 66, GATESVILLE 34: At Liberty Hill, the Lady Hornets struggled to keep pace with the state-ranked Lady Panthers, ending the regular season on a sour note.
Liberty Hill outscored Gatesville 39-17 over the second and third quarters to secure the victory.
Despite the loss, the Lady Hornets (12-15, 4-6 District 8-3A) will be the fourth seed from the district when the playoffs begin.
BURNET 57, LAMPASAS 44: At Burnet, the Lady Badgers’ season came to an end in disappointing fashion as their rival handed them a 12-point loss.
Lampasas fell into a 16-8 hole after the first quarter and trailed 30-20 at halftime. Things got worse in the third quarter as Burnet extended its lead to 42-25 before the Lady Badgers delivered a 19-point fourth quarter to close out their season.
SALADO 62, CAMERON YOE 43: At Salado, Jaylee Sebek led four Lady Eagles in double figures with 15 points and playoff-bound Salado finished the regular season with its 20th victory.
Taylor Atwood chipped in a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Ashley Adams and Sarah Kate Kelarek also scored 12 for Salado (20-9, 8-6 22-2A).
The Lady Eagles slowly pulled away, outscoring Yoe in every quarter.
Salado finished fourth in the district and is tentatively set to play Crawford on Monday in the first round of the playoffs.
HARKER HEIGHTS 6, KILLEEN 0: At Harker Heights, Austin Roden and Irvin Barco each scored two goals as the Knights romped to their second district win.
Decare Grant and Tyler Grimm also scored for Heights (4-6-1, 2-1 8-5A).
BELTON 5, ELLISON 2: At Ellison, the defending co-district champion Tigers scored three first-half goals and two late ones to pull out a win against Ellison.
After Belton went up 3-0 by halftime, Jonathone Keene and Lateef Ali scored in the 44th and 52nd minute, respectively, to pull Ellison within a goal in the second half.
But the Tigers scored two quick goals in the 64th and 66th minute to pull away again.
LAMPASAS 6, LORENA 1: At Lampasas, Nick Lawson scored two goals and Javier Torres added another goal in the first half, propelling the Badgers to a victory in their District 34-4A opener.
In the second half, Dustin Rumple, Torres and Carlos Ponce each delivered goals for Lampasas.
The Badgers’ next match is Friday at Brownwood.
SALADO 7, ROBINSON 0: At Robinson, Salado routed Robinson as James Svadlenak scored three goals, Tristan Bragg scored twice and Daniel Lemus and Chase Crenwelge each scored once. Salado is now 1-0 in District 34-4A (9-3 overall).
HARKER HEIGHTS 1, KILLEEN 0: At Killeen, Blake Stender scored with 2:11 remaining in the first half, and the Lady Knights held on to beat Killeen.
Caitlin Dumond had the shutout in goal for Heights (4-5), which improved to 2-1 in District 8-5A.
Chrissy Bowling had 10 saves in goal for the Lady Roos (1-6-2, 0-3 8-5A).
LAMPASAS 4, LORENA 0: At Lampasas, Analise Watson and Maria Salinas each scored two goals for the Lady Badgers as they won their district opener. Three of the goals came off corner kicks delivered by Drew Dekort.
The Lady Badgers travel to Brownwood on Friday in hopes of defeating the Lady Lions — the only team to beat Lampasas in district last season.
ROBINSON 2, SALADO 1, SO: At Robinson, the Salado Lady Eagles tied Robinson 1-1 but were defeated in a shootout.
Sara Wilkerson scored Salado’s goal and was assisted by Kierstan Osborn. Salado is 0-1 in District 34-4A and 6-6 overall.