The Roscoe girls pulled away late for a 44-41 win over Stamford on Friday, but Roscoeâ€™s boys and both of Highlandâ€™s teams lost.
Roscoeâ€™s girls were led by Lynnsi Moses, who poured in a game-high 21 points to help her team improve to 2-3 in District 9-A, Division I games and 12-12 overall. Faith Boren had 12 points, Natalie Anthony and Mirian Solis three, Carolina Perez and Jacinda Morales two and Sara Kingston one.
The Roscoe boys (1-3 in district) lost 55-20. John Hermosillio had six points, Matthew Cuellar and Cutter Davilla five and Keeston Ford four for the Plowboys.
In District 11-A, Division II, Highland lost both games to Roby. The girls (6-2), who fell 31-26, were led by Kara Hughey with 10 points, Sierra Allen with nine, Jessica McCain with three and Beth Richburg and Megan Thompson with two apiece. The boys (2-4) lost 51-23 and were led by Ron Covington with 11 points, Sheldon Hall with four, Shelby Howard with three, Kevin Box and Laramie Thompson two and Brandon Stevens one.
Blackwellâ€™s teams played at Bronte on Thursday. Their results were not avail-able at press time.