HS BASKETBALL: Roundup from January 14

LEGACY 47

ODESSA – Odessa Permian jumped Legacy in the District 2-6A standings with a win on Friday at the Permian Fieldhouse.

Jambrione Anderson led the Panthers (15-5, 2-2) with 22 points, followed by Ben Saldivar’s 18.

Christopher Brazzell led the Rebels (14-10, 2-3) with 21 points, while Elijah Maxwell contributed with 11.

LHS has an open date on Tuesday before attending Abilene High on Jan. 21.

ODESSA PERMIAN 69, LEGACY 47

Legacy (14-10, 2-3) – Donny Bishop 7, Christopher Brazzell 21, Nate Suttle 3, Elijah Maxwell 11, Brandon Foster 3, Amadrion Hall 2


Permian (15-5, 2-2) – Calvione Calicutt 8, Ben Saldivar 18, Ryale Moses 2, Justin Martinez 6, Tremayne Baty 2, Jambrione Anderson 22, Zech Leija 2, Race Herr 9

Standings – Perm 30, Legacy 20. Free Throws – Legacy 20-24, Perm 9-10. 3-Point Goals – Legacy 1 (Bishop), Permian 8 (Saldivar 4, Anderson 3, Herr). Total Fouls – Legacy 10, Permian 15. Called Out – None.

GREENWOOD 73

FT. STOCKTON 45

The Greenwood boys’ basketball teams began play in District 2-4A on Friday with an impressive win over Fort Stockton at Greenwood High School.

Kevin Kitto donated a game-high 26 points to lead the Rangers, while Alex Gutierrez added 15.

The Rangers (14-8, 1-0) will receive Pecos on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

GREENWOOD 73, FORT STOCKTON 45

Fort Stockton – Leyva 2, C. Garcia 10, Velasquez 2, Rodriguez 12, Gomez 2, M. Garcia 1, Acosta 2, Sanchez 4, Hodges 5, Hernandez 1, Royas 5

Greenwood (14-8, 1-0) – Brennyn Barnhill 4, Kevin Kitto 26, Conrad Morris 8, Shawn Kelly 2, Dawson Lough 4, Alex Gutierrez 15, Jeremiah Rosa 7, Colton Callicoate 5, Aiden Randolph 2

Fort Stockton 9 15 13 8 — 45

Greenwood 13 22 23 15 — 73

GRAY 53

KLONDIKE 40

LENORAH – Logan Aaron scored a game-high 22 points to lead Grady to a win over the Klondike in the District 8-1A opener at Grady High School on Friday.

Austin Aaron added 11 points for the Wildcats (13-8, 1-0), who led 27-24 at halftime.

GRADY 53, KLONDIKE 40

Grady – Logan Aaron 22, Austin Aaron 11, Quint Harrell 7, Chapman Sims 8, Cooper Wallin 5

Klondike – Warren 2, S. Arismendez 14, Thixton 8, Barron 4, J. Arismendez 12

Klondike 13 11 9 7 — 40

Grady 9 18 14 12 — 53

GIRLS

GREENWOOD 73

FT. STOCK 25

Greenwood’s girls basketball team held up perfectly in District 2-4A with a dominant win over Fort Stockton at Greenwood High School on Friday.

Karsyn Payton scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Rangerettes (14-13, 3-0). Emma Dunn added 19 and Delani Shockley did with 13.

Greenwood will receive Pecos Tuesday at 6 p.m.

GREENWOOD 73, FORT STOCKTON 25

Fort Stockton – Urias 2, Dominguez 8, Garcia 2, Mata 4, Hernandez 6, Villarreal 3

Greenwood (14-13, 3-0) – Reina Flores 2, Braige Griffin 6, Karsyn Payton 24, Kiara Martinez 2, Delani Shockley 13, Kodi Hartman 7, Emma Dunn 19

Fort Stockton 7 3 10 5 — 25

Greenwood 16 16 16 25 — 73

Free Throws – FSHS 5-8, GHS 20-38. 3-point goals – FSHS 2 (Dominguez, Bueno), GHS 7 (Payton 4, Shockley 3). Total Fouls – FSHS 23, GHS 11. Withdrawals – Urias, Dominguez, Mata.

FW NOLAN 54

MCS 29

Fort Worth Nolan Catholic rolled to a TAPPS 1-6A win over Midland Christian at the McGraw Event Center on Friday night.

Natalie Larabee and Amara Odukwu each had five points to lead the Lady Mustangs.

MCS then hosts Argyle Liberty Christian at 6pm on January 21st.

FORT WORTH NOLAN 54, MIDLAND CHRISTIAN 29

FW Nolan – Ozuna 11, Castillo 6, Moore 2, Watson 8, Davis 17, Doucet 2, Clark 3, O’Keefe 3

Midland Christian – McKenzie Ramirez 4, Carter Saxton 4, Morgan Schoening 2, Natalie Larabee 5, Haleigh Cook 3, Caitlin Beckham 2, Charlotte Siemer 2, Amara Odukwu 5, Tagan Treadwell 2

Nolan 10 23 12 9 — 54

MCS 9 3 9 7 — 29

Free Throws – Nolan 7-10, MCS 4-7. 3-point goals – Nolan 5 (Ozuna 3, Watson, O’Keefe), MCS 1 (Cook). Total fouls – Nolan 11, MCS 13. Called out – Schoening.

BIG SPRING 48

SNYDER 35

SNYDER – Big Spring improved to 3-0 in District 3-4A with a win over Snyder on Friday.

Tristan Smith led the Lady Steers (15-9 overall) with nine points, while Ryen Terrazas and Daniah Wrighter had eight points each.

Big Spring will host Levelland next Tuesday at 6pm.

KLONDIKE 40

GRAY 22

LENORAH – Grady’s girls basketball team fell to 1-2 in District 8-1A after losing to Klondike on Friday.

Sydney Gonzales and Delaney Saunders were each eight points ahead of Grady (17-8).

KLONDIKE 40, GRAY 22

Klondike – Warren 12, Arismendez 14, Cagle 9, Bellows 5

Grady – Gonzales 8, Everett 6, Shock 5, Saunders 8, Jimenez 1

Klondike 11 19 7 5 — 40

Grade 6 12 6 4 — 28

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