BELTON – Taylor Tucker had 25 points and 11 rebounds to lead the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to a 106-79 win over Sul Ross on Thursday night in Belton, tying a nine-year-old Division III era school-record for points in a game.
LORENA – The Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs came out shooting three-pointers and established an inside presence early rolling to a 65-40 win over Class 3A No. 5 Lorena on Tuesday night.
WACO – The McLennan Community College Highlanders kept their perfect record in tact with a 114-65 victory over Open Bible College Monday night at The Highlands.
DENTON – Brianna Bledsoe, Kathy Thomas and Kiara Wright combined for 41 of Tarleton’s 72 points to lead the TexAnns (4-1) back into the win column with a 72-62 victory over Central Oklahoma in the first game of the Marriott Champions Circle Pioneer Premiere.
BOSSIER PARISH, LA – The McLennan Community College Highlanders defeated the Bossier Parish Cavaliers 95-57 Friday night on the opening day of the Bossier Parish (La.) Classic. The win moves the Highlanders to an 11-0 record for the season.
BRENHAM – McLennan Community College moved to 10-0 on the season with an 88-84 win over Blinn College Wednesday night in Brenham.
PFLUGERVILLE – Foul calls kept Copperas Cove winless on the road as Pflugerville sank four free throws in the final seconds to seal a 64-60 win at Panther Gym on Tuesday night. “It’s funny to say, but it’s the second game straight where we’re on the road and we get on the road calls late… Read More Pflugerville holds back Dawgs 64-60
BELTON – The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s basketball team dropped a 76-74 decision to Austin College Saturday afternoon in Belton. The loss opens the Cru at 0-1 on the season while Austin College moves to 1-0.
WACO – The McLennan Highlanders remain undefeated on the season with a 92-89 victory over the Navarro Bulldogs Tuesdaynight at The Highlands.
TEMPLE – The annual Chisholm Trail Classic girls basketball tournament tips off today at Wildcat Gym in Temple with twelve teams on the court through Saturday.