Trailing after one quarter on the road Friday, No. 14 Harker Heights not only seized control of a hotly contested district game but also of first place in a close district race.
With four District 8-5A teams tied for second with two district losses, Heights (17-3) now sits alone at the top of the standings after its latest victory, a 66-55 statement against Copperas Cove.
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