The Pirates are still in the hunt for at least a share of the district title, winning their third straight game and 10th in district play.
Wylie outscored Lakeview Centennial 34-6 in the second half on their way to a 62-24 victory Friday night. With the win, the Pirates are 10-1 in district play with just five games remaining. They travel to Rowlett next Tuesday, facing the fourth-place team in District 9-6A.
Girls Basketball – Friday, Jan. 20
Wylie – 62
Lakeview Centennial – 24
Additional scores from the night before.
Boys Basketball – Friday, Jan. 20
Wylie – 68
Lakeview Centennial – 61
Donaven Davis led all scorers with 24 points as the Pirates improved to 9-1 in district play, tied for first place with the Sachse Mustangs.
The Pirates were up 18 points entering the fourth quarter before a late push from Lakeview Centennial, but Wylie held them off for a 68-61 win Friday night. Noah Mallory added 12 points while Sean Carter added nine.
Coming out of the holiday break, Wylie has won five games in a row, winning three of the games by double digits and leading the other two by double figures as well. Wylie faces a big test in fourth-place Rowlett next Tuesday in their next game.
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