High school basketball - Tuesday recaps
Posted on 12/5/2018 12:20:00 PM.
 Seguin boys drop district opener to Wagner
(San Antonio) - Seguin opened the District 26-5A boys basketball schedule with a 105-59 road loss to San Antonio-Wagner on Tuesday.

The Matadors kept it competitive for a half, trailing 24-21 at the end of the first quarter and 45-35 at halftime. The Thunderbirds pulled away in the third quarter with a 32-15 run and won the fourth period 28-9 to establish the final margin.

Trystin Silas scored 14 points to lead Seguin. Joseph Vela also reached double figures with 12. Christopher James added nine points, while Dorien Shannon contributed six. Jonathan Zuniga, Vaughn Schlogel, Gerrit Twitero, and Darien Shannon each finished with four. R.J. Acuna rounded out the scoring with two.

Seguin (2-8, 0-1) takes pause from district play to compete in the New Braunfels tournament this weekend.

Wagoner hands Seguin girls home loss

(Seguin) – The Seguin girls basketball team dropped to 0-2 in District 26-5A Tuesday night with a 68-55 loss to San Antonio-Wagner at Goldie Harris Gym.

Madyson Tausch poured in 22 points to lead the Matadors offensively. Carsyn Dietz added 11. Alaina Rodriguez finished with eight, Jazriella Sanchez seven, Jessie Behal five, and Taylor Bode two.

Seguin (7-9, 0-2) continues district play Friday with a 6:30 p.m. visit to San Antonio-Veterans Memorial.

Navarro girls come up short to Karnes City

(Karnes City) – Karnes City handed the Navarro girls basketball team a 61-48 loss Tuesday evening on the Badgers’ home floor.

Haleigh Ortiz led the Panthers in scoring with a 14 points. Brianna Castellano finished with 12. Maddi McCaig netted six points, while Anna Longoria, Micayla Hawes, and Emily Hinkelmann total five apiece. Hannah Hildebrand hit a free throw.

Karnes City’s Jaiden Robinson led all scorers with 29 points.

Navarro (10-6) competes in the Moulton Tournament Thursday through Saturday.

Marion girls snap skid with road win

(Bandera) – Lizzie Abrameit pumped in 21 points Tuesday night to help the Marion girls basketball team end a four-game slide with a 38-27 road win over Bandera.

Abrameit also contributed five rebounds and two steals to the Bulldogs’ effort. Becca Svochak added six points, six rebounds, and three steals.

Molly Rooke and Lily Bek shared the rebounding lead with six apiece. Rooke scored five points and came up with two steals, while Bek managed four points. Autumn Holmes added two points.

Marion held Bandera without a field goal in the first quarter and took a 19-10 lead into halftime. The Bulldogs won the third quarter 14-8 to build a 33-18 cushion heading into the fourth period.

Marion (6-6) competes in the Poteet Tournament Thursday through Saturday.

Lifegate boys pull away from NYOS

(Seguin) – The Lifegate boys basketball team used 21 points from Justice Green to notch 54-33 win over Austin-NYOS on Tuesday.

The Falcons led 14-7 at the end of the first quarter, 30-16 at halftime, and 42-27 going into the fourth quarter.

Lifegate (3-2) plays in the Austwell-Tivoli Tournament this Friday and Saturday.

 

 





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