Hirschi seniorJaven Banks was excited in the moment with two third-quarter dunks, highlighting his 12-point, eight-rebound performance Friday night at Bulldog Gym. And the visiting crowd loved it, too. Even if it was followed by a Burkburnett surge that almost gave the visitors the lead after three. But Banks was very subdued after the game was over despite a 59-48 Hirschi victory over rival Burkburnett. By that time Banks had already heard coach Donald Hedge’s take on the game.
BURKBURNETT – The Burkburnett basketball team was missing coach Alex Koulovatos Friday night, proving the flu doesn’t discriminate. But the Lady Bulldogs, coached by Kirsti Degelia, a former Midwestern State star, did have Eternity Jackson, who put Hirschi in a deep hole with 12 first-quarter points and finished the Lady Huskies off in the fourth with quality playmaking. Jackson scored 23 points to go with five assists and five rebounds in a 53-45 victory.
LAWTON – For a half Midwestern State found a way to win at scramble ball, even without senior point guard Jasmin Richardson on the floor much. Kristin Rydell played her best half of the season with six assists and the Mustangs led by seven (33-26). But Cameron provided a knockout blow in the third quarter with a 16-2 run to start the second half and Richardson stayed in foul trouble, eventually fouling out in just nine minutes, allowing the Aggies to roll to a 73-56 victory.
#LSC in football and women's basketball Commerce has been really great and taken just one L in each all season. Both came in Wichita Falls
Nice win by Commerce WBB (9-1) at WT (7-3) today, 59-55
Men's game is upcoming on ESPN app #LSCmbb as WT tries to avoid 0-2 week
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