On Friday, it was tornado warnings, flash flooding and power outages that played havoc with the local sports schedule. Then Saturday, it was ice and snow. But some games were able to be played.
The Muenster Lady Hornets defeated Alvord 56-21 thanks to 14 points from Annie Anderle and 12 from Martie McCoy.
Muenster (22-3 overall, 1-0 district) led 31-12 at halftime as all nine players scored in the game.
Kaitlin Hennigan added 8 points, Makenna Aldriedge had 6, Sarah Monday and Audree Kubis each scored 4, Chloe Hacker and Jada Binder both added 3, and Kaley Berkley had 2.
Tom Bean 23
The Lindsay Lady Knights’ game with Tom Bean was postponed at halftime Friday when the power went out. It resumed on Saturday with Lindsay taking a 55-23 win.
Rachel Hutcherson had 15 points and Allison Hedrick added 11. Also for Lindsay (1-0 district), Skylar Tatum had 7, Story Tatum scored 6, Maggie Krahl and Tatum Fleitman each ad 4, Kyla Metzler and Riley Anderle both scored 3, and Jasmine Lewis had 2.
The Era Lady Hornets opened district play with an easy 71-14 home win over Chico on Saturday after Friday's game was postponed because of severe weather.
Valley View 50
After the weather forced Friday's game to be postponed until Saturday night, the Valley View Lady Eagles went on the road and picked up a 50-29 win over the Tioga Lady Bulldogs.
Valley View is now 1-0 in district play.
Valley View 38
The Valley View Eagles downed the Era Hornets 38-28 in one of both teams' final tuneups before district play begins.
Valley View used a 16-point second quarter to get the win.
Bryan Avalos had 15 points to lead Valley View. Cameron Byrom added 10, Clint Epperson scored 5, River Callihan and Colby Lewis each had 3, and Ed Rico added 2.
The Callisburg Wildcats fell to 1-2 in district play after a 38-35 loss to the Ponder Lions.