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This week’s hoop standings

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As the boys finished the first half of District 25-4A play and the girls entering the second half, Lockhart varsity hoop teams still have but one league win between them after 13 league games.
After an off day on Jan. 20, both squads dropped contests against Dripping Springs Jan. 23. With the gap widening against the league leaders (Del Valle, Bastrop and Lake Travis

on the boys side; Del Valle, Dripping Springs and New Braunfels Canyon on the girls) winning this week”s games will be critical to either team”s hopes of making the state playoffs.
The girls (11-12 overall, 1-6 in district) hosted Canyon on Tuesday and will visit Lake Travis on Friday. The boys were slated to visit Canyon Tuesday and play host to Lake Travis on Friday.
The week”s results as reported by the district”s coaches (Thanks again to contributors Matt Burton, Dave Johnston, Jennifer Jones, Tony Knight, Brandon Durst, Stephanie Roberts, Alisha Homann, Jake Hammons, Gifford Whitehead, Steve Horvath and Seth Snyder):

VARSITY BOYS
Jan. 23
DRIPPING SPRINGS 67, LOCKHART 55
Lockhart 13 20 11 23 – 67
D.Springs 12 17 13 13 – 55
Lockhart: Damien Fulton 5, Jason Bryant 2, Garrett Shafer 14, Jacob Alvarez 9, Dante Britton 9, Jonathan Sanders 3, Roderick Thompson 10, Marshall Hill 2
D. Springs: Weatherford 24, Askey 10, Allen 11, Locke 9, Smith 2, Lester 6
Records: Lockhart 5-20 overall; 0-6 in 25-4A; Dripping Springs 2-5, 11-16

FRESHMAN BOYS
Jan. 23
DRIPPING SPRINGS 55, LOCKHART 39
Lockhart 2 9 8 20 – 39
D.Springs 12 11 12 20 – 55
Lockhart: Thomas Elizondo 11, Brandon Phillips 9, Alex Joseph 7, Michael Schulle 6, Terrance Waldon 4, Kerry Lampkin 2
Records: Lockhart 11-11 overall; 3-3 in 25-4A; Dripping Springs 18-4, 5-1
Coach Brown: We got off to a slow start and were unable to overcome the sluggish beginning. One thing good about this game was that the Lions never stopped fighting.

VARSITY GIRLS
Jan. 23
DRIPPING SPRINGS 53, LOCKHART 44
D. Springs 11 14 16 12 – 53
Lockhart 14 7 13 10 – 44
Lockhart: Donyea Riles 8, SueRe”esa Williams 21, Audrey Hurley 4, Kim Lee 2, Shelley Jones 7, Karen Davis 2
D. Springs: Harrison 20, Goodner 17, Risien 5, Askey 2, Hill 4, Noack 2, Goff 2, Thompson 1
Records: Lockhart 11-13 overall; 1-6 in 25-4A; D. Springs 17-8, 6-2
Notable: Riles had six rebounds; Williams, Jones and Amanda Mendez totaled four boards each.

After ending the first quarter with a three-point lead, the Lady Lions found themselves on an uphill climb the rest of the way against the three-time defending district champions. In front of a packed Lions Den crowd that honored the junior high hoop program, Lockhart couldn”t stop Dripping Springs post Megan Harrison, who scored 10 of her 20 points in the second period to give the Lady Tigers a 25-21 lead at halftime.
The Lady Tigers” defense stiffened after halftime, but Lockhart remained within seven, on Shelly Jones” 3-pointer, on the last play of the third quarter. Lockhart cut the lead to four points on a baseline jumper by SueRe”esa Williams with two minutes left, but Dripping Springs went into the spread to run out the clock. The Tigers converted six of eight free-throw opportunities to seal the win.

JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS
Jan. 23
DRIPPING SPRINGS 38, LOCKHART 36, OT
D. Springs 6 7 14 8 3 – 38
Lockhart 8 12 7 8 1 – 36
Lockhart: Bobbie Schulle 11, Noelle Marquina 10, Ka”Tina Green 7, Zenaida Rubio 4, Noami Hayes 2, Venoris Carter 2

The Lady Lions turned in a remarkable performance in the Lions Den, but the Lady Tigers hit two more free throws to ice the game in the overtime period. Lockhart”s defense forced the Tigers into outside shots while the offense controlled the inside, and the Lions outscored the Tigers 12-7 in the second period to lead 20-13 at halftime.
In the third, the Lions went into the deep-freeze from the floor, hitting only 30 percent while the Tigers added seven more points to knot the contest at 27-all heading into the final stanza. Both teams played evenly in the fourth, sending the game into overtime.

FRESHMAN GIRLS
Jan. 23
DRIPPING SPRINGS 37, LOCKHART 32
D. Springs 6 12 6 13 – 37
Lockhart 10 6 4 12 – 32
Lockhart: Adrian Carter 9, Andrea Carter 6, Annette McElroy-Ramirez 5, Caitlin Mitchell 4, Adrianna Parra 4, Bree Hefner 3, Brandi Alvarez 1

Lockhart improved its offensive output but still couldn”t overcome the Lady Tigers. Dripping Springs outscored the Lady Lions 18-10 over the second and third periods for a 10-point lead going into the fourth. From there the Tigers hit 9-of-18 free throws to net the win.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS
REGULAR SEASON
Jan. 22
LOCKHART 8th A 44, CEDAR CREEK 12
Lockhart: Naomi Oliva 2, Camille Burrhus-Clay 4, Aly Daily 6, Brianna Hinnenkamp 2, Mariah Carter 4, Kelly Witte 6, Janie Juarez 4, Zaida Hager 8, Jaime Ruiz 6
Outstanding defense: Hager, Daily, Oliva, Hinnenkamp, Carter, Natalie Raemsch
Record: 3-4
Coach Roberts: Best game of the season so far.

LOCKHART 8th B 43, CEDAR CREEK 4
Lockhart: Chelsea Gutierrez 4, Livi Massey 4, Lynnly Appelt 4, CeCi Smith 10, Shelly Castro 4, Lindy Chamberlain 2, Jenee Burrhus-Clay 14, Erica Tamayo 2
Outstanding defense: Smith, Castro, Chamberlain, Burrhus-Clay, Erica West
Record: 7-0

WIMBERLEY TOURNAMENT
Jan. 24
LOCKHART 8th A 51,
WIMBERLEY 27
Lockhart: Camille Burrhus-Clay 4, Aly Daily 2, Natalie Raemsch 4, Brianna Hinnenkamp 5, Mariah Carter 18, Kelly Witte 8, Janie Juarez 6, Zaida Hager 2, Jaime Ruiz 2
Outstanding defense: Carter, Burrhus-Clay, Daily, Witte, Ruiz, Naomi Oliva

S.M. GOODNIGHT 34,
LOCKHART 8th A 27
Lockhart: Aly Daily 6, Brianna Hinnenkamp 6, Mariah Carter 8, Kelly Witte 2, Janie Juarez 4, Zaida Hager 1
Outstanding defense: Witte, Naomi Oliva, Camille Burrhus-Clay, Natalie Raemsch, Jamie Ruiz
Notable: Third-place in tournament

LOCKHART 8th B 29, S.M. GOODNIGHT 28
Lockhart: Lynnly Appelt 2, CeCi Smith 10, Shelly Castro 8, Jenee Burrhus-Clay 7, Erica Tamayo 2
Outstanding defense: Chelsea Gutierrez, Livi Massey, Leandra Garcia, Lindy Chamberlain, Erica West, Elizabeth Johnson

LOCKHART 8th B 24, S.M. MILLER 20
Lockhart: Lynnly Appelt 4, CeCi Smith 2, Shelly Castro 10, Lindy Chamberlain 4, Jenee Burrhus-Clay 4, Erica Tamayo 2
Outstanding defense: Chelsea Gutierrez, Livi Massey, Leandra Garcia, Erica West, Elizabeth Johnson
Notable: First place in tournament

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS
REGULAR SEASON
Jan. 23
LOCKHART 8th A 36, CEDAR CREEK 23
Lockhart: Casey Butler 10, Ryan Carrasco 6, James Mendez 4, Gerald Cuellar 4, Cody Monsen 4

CEDAR CREEK 24, LOCKHART 8th B 17
Lockhart: Cody Skelton 4

LOCKHART 7TH A 42, CEDAR CREEK 12
Lockhart: A.J. Garcia 12 points; A. Renteria six steals; great defense
Coach Whitehead: The kids played a great game. They worked together and hustled throughout the game.

LOCKHART 7TH B 26, CEDAR CREEK 15
Lockhart: X. Thomas 8, D. Johnson 4

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