Argyle 52, Canton 26
The Argyle girls basketball team advanced to the regional finals on Friday night with a 52-26 victory over Canton.
Argyle improved to 30-1 on the season with the victory, and allowed just seven points in the first half of the game.
Vivian Gray led the team in scoring with 15 points, while Delaney Sain added 12 points and Jesse Sheridan scored 11 points in the game.
Madison Ralston, Claire Betzhold, Brittany Hamilton, Jocelyn Pierce, Madison Stapleton, Olivia Gray and Mikayla Haynes all combined for 14 points.
The Lady Eagles will take on Celina at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Texas A&M Commerce with the winner advancing to the state tournament.
Argyle defeated Celina in both games of the two teams’ 10-3A matchups this year, first by a score of 53-47 on Jan. 17 and by a score of 50-39 on Feb. 4.
Harker Heights 63, Marcus 62
The Marcus boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker on Friday night to Killeen Harker Heights, losing in overtime on a game winning shot in the final seconds.
Marcus led the game 38-25 at halftime, but Heights came back in the second half and tied it up at the end of regulation.
The Marauders wrap up the season with 25-5 overall record and ranked No. 18 in the state of Texas.
Everman 71, Denton Guyer 55
The season came to an end for Denton Guyer on Friday night in the area round of the playoffs, as the Wildcats lost to Everman 71-55 at Chisholm Trail High School in Saginaw.
Miles Crawford led the Wildcats in scoring with 18 points in the game, while Mitchell Willard added nine and Sean Choate scored eight points against the Bulldogs.
Joshua Jordan, DJ Breedlove, Zack Garza, Jerrod Heard and Gordon Hill all combined for 20 points in the game.
The Wildcats finished 18-11 on the season with a 11-3 mark in district competition.
Liberty Christian 67, San Antonio St. Anthony 35
The Liberty Christian girls soccer team opened the playoffs with a bang earlier this evening, defeating San Antonio St. Anthony by 32 points in the bi-district round.
The Lady Warriors improved to 24-9 on the season with the victory.
Liberty Christian will play at a time and date to be determined in the next round of the playoffs.
Wilmer Hutchins 40, Argyle 37
The season ended for the Argyle boys basketball team on Friday night, as the Eagles lost to Wilmer Hutchins by a score of 40-37 in the area round of the playoffs.
Shayne Priddy led the Eagles in scoring with 16 points, while J.C. Chalk added 11 points.
Chase Kammerer finished with eight points in the game.
Argyle wrapped up the season with an overall record of 17-8 and an 8-4 mark in district competition.