High school basketball - Tuesday, Jan. 8 recaps
Posted on 1/9/2019 12:49:00 PM.
Seguin teams drop district games to Kerrville-Tivy
(Seguin) - The Seguin boys basketball team dropped to 1-6 District 26-5A Tuesday night after a 50-33 loss to Tivy in Kerrville, while the Seguin girls fell Tivy 76-37 at Goldie Harris Gym.

In the boys game, the Matadors (6-18) trailed 20-13 at the end of the first quarter and 27-16 at halftime. Seguin won the third period 15-11 to pull within seven, 38-31, heading into the fourth, but the Antlers pulled away for good in the final frame.

Vaughn Schlogel led Seguin in scoring 12 points, and Evan Head finished with 10. R.J. Acuna added six, while Trystin Silas put in five.

Tivy's Abraham Viera matched the Matadors' offensive production by himself with a game-high 33 points.

The Seguin girls trailed Tivy (25-1, No. 4 in TGCA state poll) 29-8 at the end of the first quarter and never recovered.
Carsyn Dietz scored 20 points to lead Seguin.  Jessie Behal finished with seven. 
The loss snapped the Matadors' three-game district winning streak, dropping Seguin to 3-6 against 26-5A competition, 12-15 overall.

The Seguin boys play host to San Antonio-Wagner at Goldie Harris Gym this Friday at 6:30 p.m., while the girls visit Wagner at the same time.

The girls game at Wagner will air live on KWED 1580 AM and Seguintoday.com, with pre-game coverage at 6:15.

Cuero basketball teams hand Navarro district losses
(Cuero) - The Navarro girls basketball team suffered its third District 30-4A loss and fourth straight overall in a 42-35 road setback to Cuero on Tuesday, and the boys game went down to the wire before the Gobblers prevailed 58-57.

The Panthers led the girls contest 17-16 at halftime, but the Gobblers won the second half 26-18 to notch the seven-point victory.

Navarro's Madi McCaig netted 17 points to share game-high scoring honors with Cuero's Wynter Taylor. Emily Hinkelmann, Rebecca Bradley, and Brianna Castellano each finished with four points. Micayla Hawes added three, Haleigh Ortiz two, and Alexandria Harless one.

In the boys game, Navarro's Harrison Kimble led all scorers with 21 points, and Cooper Guetzke reached double figures with 11. Orlando Ortiz and Preston Grobe added six points apiece, Bryan Butler five, Reece Rojas three, Keegan Pugh and Wyatt Tate two apiece, and Nick Billings one.

The Navarro girls are 3-3 in district play, 16-11 overall. The boys are 1-2 in district, 1-15 on the season. The Panthers are idle the rest of this week and continue the 26-5A schedule next Tuesday with road doubleheader in Poteet, beginning with the boys game at 6:30 p.m. and concluding with the girls contest at 7:45.

Marion girls roll over Gervin Academy in first district win, boys push streak to ten
(Marion) - Marion cruised into the District 26-3A girls basketball win column emphatically Tuesday night with a 76-4 blowout of Gervin Academy in San Antonio, and the Bulldog boys wrapped up non-district play with their 10th straight win in a 65-48 home triumph over Wimberley.

The Marion girls held Gervin scoreless in the first half and had the game in hand with a 34-0 lead at the intermission.

Molly Rooke led all scorers with 16 points and pulled down a game-high eight rebounds.

Anessa Madrid also reached double figures with 12 points and came up with four steals.

Lizzie Abrameit and Autumn Holmes each contributed nine points and two steals, with Abrameit grabbing six rebounds.

Breanna Valadez, Shelby Osborne, and Alicia Durbin totaled six points apiece. Lily Bek and Becca Svochak each added four points and two steals. Bek dished out three assists. Jissell Aguilar finished with four points and six rebounds.

Individual stats from the boys game against Wimberley were not available at press time.

The Marion girls are 1-1 in district play, 11-15 overall, while the boys own a 15-5 season record. The Bulldogs travel to Comfort for a District 26-3A doubleheader this Friday, with the girls playing at 6:15 p.m. and the boys following at 7:30.

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