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Area basketball: CHS, FHS girls’ season ends

February 9, 2011

Coahoma boys
COAHOMA — Colorado City was too much for the Coahoma Bulldogs, who fell to 3-9 in District 3-2A with Tuesday’s loss.
Coahoma didn’t have a scorer in double figure, but Ryan Reid led with eight points. Colorado City moved to 12-0 in district play.

COLORADO CITY 66, COAHOMA 33
Colorado City 18 12 14 22 —66
Coahoma 5 9 3 16 —33
Colorado — Spencer 6, Gainey 8, Aoyama 11, Lorenz 7, Jones 1, Rodriguez 5, Munoz 7, Alford 21
Coahoma — Josh Gonzalez 2, Marco Molina 3, Tanner Ruiz 5, Keaton Martin 2, Aaron Acevedo 2, Hunter Williams 2, Sheigh Cravens 7, Ryan Reid 8, Reagan Reid 2
3-point goals — CC 6 (Aoyoma 3, Gainey 2, Lorenz), Coahoma 4 (Ryan Reid 2, Cravens, Molina)
Free throws — CC 14-22, Coahoma 7-11
Total fouls — CC 14, Coahoma 17
Records: Coahoma (11-15, 3-9)
Next: Coahoma at Denver City, 6 p.m. Friday.

Coahoma girls
COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes’ season ended with a 46-29 loss to Colorado City.
Freshman Savannah Neff led with seven points as Coahoma finished 3-11 in district play.
First-year head coach Mitzi Bell said her team started out strong, but injuries hurt the team this season. With six juniors returning, Bell hopes the program can make strides next season.

COLORADO CITY 46, COAHOMA 29
Colorado City 3 16 19 8 - 46
Coahoma 6 5 12 6 - 29
Coahoma — Savannah Neff 7, Jennifer Castilaw 6, Devon Maddox 4, Kyla Clanton 4, Lynzi Ferrell 3, Jessie Morgan 2, Minnie Goodblanket 2, Jessie Gonzales 1
3-point field goals — Coahoma 4 (Neff 1, Castilaw 2, Ferrel 1)
Records: Coahoma (10-18, 3-11)

Forsan boys
SLATON — Forsan fell to 4-8 in District 3-2A play with a loss to Slaton.
Ty Johnson and Patrick Robles had 12 apiece, but it wasn’t enough to get the win. Lubbock Roosevelt is on tap for Forsan in the season finale.

SLATON 74, FORSAN 48
Forsan 8 11 15 14 —48
Slaton 24 15 21 14 —74
Forsan — T. Johnson 12, P. Robles 12, K. Self 11, E. Suazo 6, D. Bagnall 4, J McDonald 3.
Slaton — Wlton 14, Thomas 12, Fitts 11, Samueals 10, Hollis 9, Heinrich 5, Fennimore5, Judd 3, Marton 3, Patino 2.
3-point goals — Forsan 6, Slaton 6
Free throws — Forsan 4-12, Slaton 6-18
Total fouls — Forsan 19, Slaton 12
Next game: Lubbock Roosevelt at Forsan, 6:30 p.m. Friday

Forsan girls
SLATON — The Forsan Lady Buffs’ season ended with a 48-41 loss to Slaton.
The finished fourth in district play at 6-8, 14-14 overall. Head coach Robert Hillger said his seniors, Kay’C Stanley and Morgan Forshee, will be missed, but hopes his young team can make strides next year.

SLATON 48, FORSAN 31
Forsan 11 4 9 7 - 31
Slaton 8 17 14 9 - 48
Forsan — Hill 9, Roemer 6, Stanley 4, Forshee 4, Galloway 3, Wilson 2, Hergert 2, Crane 1

Other scores:
Garden City boys
GARDEN CITY 49, WATER VALLEY 44
Garden City 4 14 16 15 —49
Water Valley 17 14 6 7 —44
Water Valley — Doss 14, Copley 10, Hahn 7, Williams 4, Kirkland 3, Demere 3
Garden City — Brett Chudej 20, Hayden Halfmann 11, Sam Miller 7, Josh Colunga 6, Reggie Halfmann 3, Brian Hirt 1, Peyton Schaefer 1
3-point goals — GC 2 (Miller, Halfmann), WV 6 (Copley 2, Doss, Kirkland, Williams, Demere)
Free throws — GC 19-32, Water Valley 11-17.
Total fouls — GC 17, WV 27. Fouled out — WV, Doss, Williams.
Records: Garden City (12-5, 10-2)
Next: Robert Lee at Garden City, 6:30 p.m. Friday

Grady girls
BORDEN COUNTY 42, GRADY 26
Grady 8 0 11 7 —26
Borden County 13 5 7 17 —42
Grady — Sarah Clay 12, Savannah Sawyer 4, Julia Schuelke 6, Kelly Cook 4
Borden County — Lester 2, Barr 1, Cooley 4, Richey 18, Voss 4, Bolonga 9
3-point goals — Grady 1 (Clay), BC 1 (Richey)
Free throws — Grady 5-11, Borden County 11-23
Total fouls — Grady 14, BC 14. Fouled out — none.
Records: Grady (18-10, 9-5 in 8-A, Division II), Borden County (12-2 in 8-A, Division II)
Next: Grady vs. Wellman-Union, Friday for third place

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