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20 girls basketball teams to watch this weekend
January 14, 2011By Tim Polzer of VYPE MAGAZINE - DFW
20 Teams To Watch
Argyle Liberty Christian
Liberty’s girls, led by Nicole Kornet, are 24-2 and join John Paul II atop the TAPPS 1-5A standings.
The Lady Friars began the season as favorites to win their 10th straight TAPPS state title but they’re 2-2 in TAPPS 1-5A play.
The Lady Longhorns made surprising run to 5A state tournament last season but now find themselves in a very tough 5-5A district.
A healthy Alexia Standish and Morgan Hunt have the Lady Panthers making a run at Irving MacArthur for the District 6-5A lead.
The Lady Eagles, led by Chelsea Gardner, are 21-4, including a big win over top-ranked Frisco Wakeland.
The 20-6 Pantherettes feature three DI signees including Bunny Williams.
RedHawks return four starters determined to push Wakeland and Frisco in District 9-4A.
Offensive MVP Haley Texada leads the second-ranked Wolverines, last year’s 4A state runner-up.
Odyssey Sims is now at Baylor, but Alexis Jones is a dominating force for Coach Suzie Oelschlegel.
John Paul II
Blair Taylor (15.6 ppg, 2.5 assists) and Hunter Schwantz (8.2 rebs) have helped the Cardinals to the top of TAPPS 1-5A heading into tonight’s showdown with Liberty Christian.
Lady Kats are 13-6 behind four starters including all-state pick Desiree Scott.
The Lady Tigers are 19-3 including a big win over 15-4A rival West Mesquite
Coach Tammy Lusinger’s squad has made the best of moving down a class, sitting atop District 7-4A.
Coach Candi Harvey has the defending 4A state champs holding their own in District 5-5A.
Shanovia Gamblin (15.6 ppg, 3.5 apg) and Ashley Murphy (8.7 rebs) have helped Poteet rise into the mix of District 15-4A race.
District MVP Natalie Ventress and Chelsea Jennings are each averaging 18 ppg respectively.
The Lady Wolves, led by all-district pick Rachel Wilson, are 19-5 and on top in District 8-5A.
Coach Jill McDill squad includes all-district picks Alyssa Lang and Kayla Smith.
Three starters including D1 recruit Sierra Maykus has helped Carroll fight to the top of a tough District 7-5A.
Sha’Georgia Williams (14.2 ppg, 8.3 apg) and Kierra Davis (9.1 rebs) give West one of the area’s best one-two combos.