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Colorado City rallied from a 19-17 deficit after three quarters to hand Roscoeâ€™s Plowgirls their first defeat of the year, 27-23, in Roscoe on Tuesday.
Stina Tomlin led Roscoe (4-1) with five points. Torrey Willman, Kendall Moses, Faith Boren and Carolina Perez scored four points and Shelby Brown two.
Also Tuesday, Highland swept both ends of its doubleheader against Baird with the boys (1-2) getting their first win of the year, 40-32, and the girls (4-2) rolling to a 43-28 win over Baird.
However, Blackwell lost its doubleheader vs. Trent. The boys, who were starting their basketball season just four days after their football season ended with a loss to Loraine, were defeated by Trent 60-47 while the Blackwellâ€™s girls (0-2) lost their game 55-31.
Roscoeâ€™s boys wonâ€™t start their basketball season until next Tuesday at Hawley.
Sierra Allen poured in a season-high 24 points for Highlandâ€™s girls in their win over Baird. Madison Mose-ley scored seven points and Beth Richburg six, while Hannah Allen, Sydny Hel-bert and Lora Stewart had two points.
For Highlandâ€™s boys, Lar-amie Thompson scored 11 points, Ron Covington 10, Kevin Box six, Brandon Ste-vens five, Zack Cornett four and Eli Shelton and Sheldon Hall two.
Blackwellâ€™s boys got 13 points from Mason Magness, eight from Jayden Jones and Mark Monroe, seven from Matthew Mey-er, four from Franck Cano, three from Ethan Andrews and two from Bennie Wes-ter and Wade Allen. Black-well trailed by only four points, 32-28, at halftime. Trentâ€™s boys were also start-ing their season after foot-ball ended last week.
Stephanie Metcalf had a team-high 14 points for the Blackwell girls in their game with Trent. Hailey Bennett scored eight points, Brooklyn Harris three and Elizabeth Rozzlle, Shianne Solis and Leonor Castelo two apiece.
Blackwellâ€™s JV boys also lost their season opener, 36-16, but the Roscoe JV girls won 31-13 over Colorado City and High-landâ€™s JV girls also won their game against Baird 27-18. Highlandâ€™s JV girls got eight from Hannah Kirby and Kailee Hall, six from Bailey Garrett, three from Tarin Weldy and two from Sabrina Romero. The Highland junior high girls lost Monday to Ira, 27-13.