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December 19, 2012

Sports briefs - Dec. 19, 2012

WEATHERFORD —  

Roos make noise at R.L. Turner meet

Staff Report

The Weatherford wrestling team traveled to Carrollton over the weekend, competing in a 37-team tourney at R.L. Turner High School, and walking away with a couple of handfuls of medals.

The girls finished up their mat work on Friday, with Alena Kessler and Bethany Jackson placing first in their respective classes. Bodie Wylie took second place, Jazmin Balderas and Taylor Marsh had third-place finishes. Earning fourth-place finishes for the Lady Roos were Nilda Canada ,Diana Canada, and Ashley Plata.

The boys’ team earned sufficient points to finish eighth overall in the 37-team field. Tyler McDonald continues to impress, taking second in his division. Teacum Payne handed his opponent from Grand Prairie his second loss of the season en route to taking third place.

After the Roos wrestle in a dual meet with Paschal and Azle this week, they will be hosting South Grand Prairie and W.T. White at home on Friday, with the matches taking place at the Ninth-Grade Center.

 

Ladycats crush O.D. Wyatt

Staff Report

Aledo shared the scoring wealth on Tuesday, hosting the O.D. Wyatt Lady Chaps in a District 7-4A match in Aledo. Four Aledo cagers hit double digits as the Ladycats got off to a 21-0 first period advantage and kept up the pressure, trouncing Wyatt, 75-33.

Bryce Frank led the Aledo assault with 13 points, and received considerable help from Mallory Powell and Justis Szczepanski-Beavers, who added 12 points each. Kaylee Black rounded out the top scorers, adding 11 points.

Aledo led Wyatt 34-9 at the half, and spent much of the second half resting starters and emptying the bench.

The Ladycats, at 3-0 in district play, have yet to meet a challenge from 7-4A. The Aledo offense has averaged 78 points per contest over the 3-game span.

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