Panhandle teams prepare for UIL playoffs

      Tuesday was the final night of the regular season for Texas girls high school basketball teams and with most of the playoff berths already decided, the only big title up for grabs, the district 2-5A championship.

      Amarillo High visited Lubbock Coronado with the winner owning bragging rights and the district title.

      AHS coach Jeff Williams told Pronews 7 sports last week that winning on the Lady Mustangs home court would be tough and he was right.

      AHS was within four points in the fourth quarter but couldn't get any closer and Coronado pulled away for a double digit win. Both teams now get ready for the UIL playoffs.

      On the boys side, Amarillo high won a close game that nailed down the district title with two games left to play.

      Amarillo 54

      Coronado 43

      Frenship 66

      Randall 44

      Dumas 51

      Canyon 52

      Hereford 52

      Caprock 49

      Palo Duro 64

      Plainview 66

      Dalhart 56

      Pampa 60

      Perryton 44

      Borger 42

      Bushland 67

      River Road 32

      Highland Park 58

      S. Fritch 44

      Amarillo 42

      Coronado 54

      Frenship 67

      Randall 53

      Dumas 22

      Canyon 52

      Hereford 54

      Caprock 84

      Palo Duro 40

      Plainview 61

      Dalhart 48

      Pampa 69

      Perryton 40

      Borger 15

      Bushland 57

      River Road 37

      Highland Park 39

      S. Fritch 75

      New Mexico


      Clovis 67

      Carlsbad 49

      Lovington 42

      Portales 41


      Clovis 70

      Carlsbad 29

      Lovington 19

      Portales 25