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February 1, 2013

Area basketball standings - Feb. 2, 2013

— By GREG WEBB

With few exceptions, area prep teams face quite meaningful contests heading into the last week (or two) of the district season. 

For the girls, Brock’s Friday finale on Senior Night is a formality, as the Lady Eagles (11-0) have already clinched the District 9-2A title. Springtown (6-2) is in a fight for District 6-3A’s second seed, likely decided Friday, as well, when the Lady Porcupines travel to Mineral Wells (6-2). Aledo’s (11-1) last two games will decide its position in the playoff brackets, taking on Granbury and Trimble Tech, with all three squads clustered at the top of the  District 7-4A standings. Poolville (6-0) hopes to clinch the district title with another win over second-place Santo (5-1) on Friday. Finally the Lady Roos (7-5) hope to get some help from Martin and Lamar opponents while trying to win out in District 3-5A.

Three of its last four games are on home court, so the Aledo boys (5-5) will look to slip past Granbury to secure a playoff spot from District 7-4A. Another victory on Friday over Mineral Wells should all but guarantee Springtown (5-1) a second seed from District 6-3A. A seeding match may be in the works in District 9-2A, with Ponder and Brock tied at the top (8-1) with three contests remaining. Peaster (6-3) looks to be a lock for the remaining playoff slot, even with another date with Ponder looming. Poolville’s boys (5-0) have dominated District 11-1A thus far, with no reason to expect anything but an outright title down the stretch.

 Of the 14 Parker County-resident teams, 11 have either clinched or are still vying for a postseason berth, which translates to nearly 80 percent — a really good hit rate.

 

Girls

Team       W    L    Win %

    District 3-5A

Arlington Bowie         12     0 1.000

North Crowley           9     3   .750

Arlington Martin          8     4   .667

Arlington Lamar          8        4   .667

Weatherford         7     5   .583

Fort Worth Paschal      5        7   .416

Arlington Houston       1       11        .083                      

Arlington High         0       12 .000

District 7-4A

Aledo          11       1   .917

Trimble Tech         11       1   .917

Granbury          10       2   .833

Southwest           5       7   .417

Wyatt           4       8   .333

Western Hills           3        9   .250

Arlington Heights         2       10   .167

South Hills           0       12   .000 

District 6-3A

Kennedale           8     0   1.000

Springtown           6     2     .750

Mineral Wells           6     2     .750

Lake Worth           2     5           .286

Diamond Hill-Jarvis      2     6     .250

Castleberry           0     8     .000

District 9-2A

Brock           11      0         1.000

Alvord                8      2     .800

Paradise           7     3     .700

Ponder           4     5     .444

Boyd           2     8     .200

Millsap           2     8     .200

Peaster                         1     9     .100

District 11-1A, Div. I

Poolville            6       0   1.000

Santo            5       1     .833

Perrin            3       3     .500

Ranger           2       5     .286    

Chico            0     7     .000

Boys

 

Team     W    L    Win %

District 3-5A

North Crowley       10   0       1.000

Arlington Bowie         8   2         .800

Arlington Martin        8   2         .800

Arlington Lamar         6   4 .600

Fort Worth Paschal     4       6 .400

Arlington High         3       7         .300

Weatherford         1   9 .100

Arlington Houston      0      10        .000

District 7-4A

Wyatt          10   0         1.000

Trimble Tech         9   1          .900

Arlington Heights       7       3 .700

Granbury         6   4 .600

Aledo         5   5 .500

Southwest         2   7 .200

South Hills         1       9          .100

Western Hills         0      10 .000

District 6-3A

Kennedale         6     0 1.000 

Springtown         5     1          .833

Mineral Wells         4     2          .667       Diamond Hill-Jarvis     1     5   .167

Castleberry         1     5   .167

Lake Worth         1     5          .167

District 9-2A

Brock         8       1         .889

Ponder         8       1         .889

Peaster         5       3         .667

Boyd         3     5         .375

Paradise              3       6 .333

Millsap               2       7         .222

Alvord               2       7 .222

District 11-1A, Div. I

Poolville            5       0 1.000

Chico            4     2   .667

Santo            4       2   .667

Ranger           1       5   .167    

Perrin            0       5   .000

 

 

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