Aledo went on a late 10-2 run to give the Ladycats a 46-45 comeback victory over the Saginaw Lady Riders in a girls’ District 6-5A basketball game Friday night at Saginaw. The win raises the Ladycats’ record to 24-3 overall and 8-1 in district play, while Saginaw falls to 4-5 in league play. The Ladycats will continue district play at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at home against Azle. Trailing 43-36, the Ladycats scored the next nine points for a 45-43 advantage.
Aledo senior post Sarah Haeussler recorded a double double and two others reached double figures in scoring to lead the Ladycats to a convincing 42-29 win over Chisholm Trail Tuesday night in a girls’ District 6-5A basketball game at Chisholm Trail High School. The win raises the state-ranked No. 15 Ladycats’ record to 22-3, and 7-1 in district play. CTHS falls to 4-4 in loop action. The Ladycats will continue district play at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Saginaw.
With both coming off district losses and looking to get back into the win column, the Aledo Ladycats and Bearcats basketball teams continue District 6-5A action today at Chisholm Trail High School. The state-ranked No. 15 Ladycats (22-3) are coming off their first district loss as the girls second half of district play begins. Aledo defeated Chisholm Trail, 49-43, in the district opener in December.
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