Not even a nasty spill could slow down Denton Guyer senior Grayson Carter on Friday.Carter scored 17 points and pulled down 12 rebounds, and the state’s No. 1 ranked team rolled to a 90-54 victory over Plano East in District 6-6A play.Carter scored 10 points in the first quarter and appeared well on his way to a huge night before taking a tumble in the second quarter.At the forefront of a breakaway, Carter went up for a dunk and was fouled from behind.
The Plano West girls basketball team was no match Tuesday for McKinney’s trio of Division I seniors.Kayla Moutry, Quincy Noble and JaMiya Braxton combined for 52 points, and freshman Erin Jackson chipped in eight points as the Lionettes rolled over West, 78-41.Moutry and Noble paced McKinney in the first quarter, pushing the Lionettes to an 11-2 lead before Braxton got hot from long range, finishing with three 3-pointers.
Perhaps no team in the Metroplex suffered more turnover from last season than the Plano West girls soccer team.After qualifying for the Class 6A playoffs last season, head coach Tara Balogh has only four players on this year’s squad with returning varsity experience – and two of them, Ellie Lemaster and Lily Baylor, are sophomores.Every varsity-level coach faces yearly roster change, but Balogh’s 2018 roster is the result of a new development in prep soccer.U.S.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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