BRYAN — For the fourth season in a row, the Lometa boys basketball team fell victim to a tough playoff draw, falling 88-77 to No. 12 Chireno in the area-round of the Class 1A playoffs on Friday.
The Lometa girls basketball team built an early lead and never let it go as they cruised to a 60-22 victory against Bynum in the Class 1A bi-district round of the playoffs on Tuesday in Hamilton.
Lometa senior post Kyle Molter scored a career-high 33 points and finished with a double-double Tuesday in 18th-ranked Lometa’s 102-37 rout at Oglesby to cap off the Hornets’ regular season schedule.
David Navarro scored his sixth goal of the season and it was all the Ellison boys soccer team needed in its sixth shutout of the year, 2-0 over Killeen on Friday at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Ivan Jasso and Kyle Molter each scored 12 points and the 19th-ranked Lometa Hornets locked up the District 25-1A championship with a 59-49 victory at Cherokee on Tuesday.
Realignment saved its biggest changes for the area’s smallest schools.
Billy White Jr. learned his lesson.
Marie Benson scored 13 points, and JaNaiya Davis added 12 to help 19th-ranked Waco Midway take control in the second half for a 49-43 win at Shoemaker on Tuesday.