PCA basketball season ends at TAPPS State Semifinals

Boys basketball: Tomball Concordia went on to win the TAPPS 6A boys basketball championship over Houston St. Pius X, 70-48, on Friday at West (Texas) High School after topping Prestonwood one day earlier.

In the TAPPS boys 6A state semifinals in West, Texas, St. Pius X defeated Parish Episcopal, 68-64, and Concordia beat Prestonwood, 86-74, Thursday.

Girls basketball: On Saturday afternoon, Bishop Lynch (28-7) takes on Parish Episcopal (30-7) in the TAPPS Girls 6A championship in West at 4 p.m.

In the girls semifinals, Bishop Lynch edged San Antonio Incarnate Word, 67-64. Parish Episcopal won over Prestonwood, 48-45.@collincountydfwCollinCountyMagazine.com

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Basketball: Prosper girls bounce Newman Smith, 67-10

Jordyn Oliver scored 13 and Madie Bunker had 10 as Prosper ran up a 23-2 first-quarter lead en route to a 67-10 win over Carrollton Newman Smith. Prosper held Newman Smith to four points in the first half.

Ashia Pool scored 17 for McKinney North on Friday in a 41-39 loss to Carrollton Creekview in overtime.

Lovejoy defeated West Mesquite, 58-15, on Friday. Kim Lynne and Carsen McFadden each scored 10 points, and Taylor Meixelsperger added a dozen to lead Lovejoy..

The Melissa – Anna rivalry saw Sally Clemmons scored 16 to lead Melissa to a 55-29 victory. Taylor Carney and Taylor Thomas scored 10 each.

Princeton beat Celina, 61-32, as Payton Aungst scored 20. Alyssa Rivera had nine points. Grace Gibbs led Celina with 14.

Chloe Lamarque had 15 points and Lauren Wimsatt had 10 in John Paul II’s 40-29 win over Fort Worth Bishop Nolan. Delinah Hailey scored nine.

Prestonwood beat Argyle Liberty, 39-34, as Jordan Webster scored 17, and Payton Hicks had 10.

McKinney Christian ran over Vanguard, 57-14, as Marissa Wilks scored 16 and Althea Wolfe had 12.

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