The Roscoe girls pulled away late for a 44-41 win over Stamford on Friday, but Roscoe’s boys and both of Highland’s teams lost.
Roscoe’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.
Blackwell’s teams played at Bronte on Thursday. Their results were not avail-able at press time.