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Cowgirls stay unbeaten at districtís mid-point

The DíHanis Cowgirls got through the first half of the District 31-A schedule unbeaten, climbing to 7-0 in league play with a Friday, Jan. 16, home win over Medina, 49-41.

That came on the heels of their 40-32 win at Nueces Canyon last Tuesday, Jan. 13.

Now 16-5 on the year, the Cowgirls also played their way into the Texas Girlsí Coaches Association weekly 1A poll at #20.

After a Tuesday, Jan. 23 home date against Utopia, the Cowgirls will go on the road this Saturday, Jan. 24, when they take on Knippa in a 6 p.m. contest. The game is Saturday evening to avoid a conflict with the Uvalde County Junior Livestock Show.

On Tuesday, Jan. 27, the Cowgirls will head out to Comstock, also for a scheduled 6 p.m. game.

Last Tuesday in Barksdale, the Cowgirls found themselves behind after one quarter, but held the Lady Panthers to just two points in the second period to tie things up at the half, 19-19.

The Cowgirls kept up the defensive pressure in the third, as they extended their lead to 34-26.

Mallory McCollum and Sarah Craft were in double figures with 15 and 10 points for the Cowgirls, with eight from Shelby Gayre.

After maintaining a slim lead for most of the first half on Friday at Roy Kile Gymnasium, the Cowgirls pulled away in the third period on the way to their way over Medina. DíHanis held a 30-26 halftime lead, but by limiting the Lady Bobcats to just four points in the third, pulled ahead, 41-29.

McCollum led all scorers with 19 points, with 13 from Gayre and eight from Craft.

 



 



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