For the No. 2 Muenster Hornets, it’s been all business since dropping their first game of the season.  

Friday night was more of the same as the Hornets continued their home dominance over opponents with a  victory over Pottsboro.

Muenster (12-1) held a 23-17 lead over the Cardinals at the end of the first quarter, before extending their advantage to 40-32 going into halftime.

An 11-2 run in the third quarter helped put the game out of reach.

Lyndon Cook finished with 15 points and 14 rebounds, followed by Chance Herr with 14 points.

Muenster will be taking part in the Whataburger Tournament in Saginaw, beginning on Dec. 29.


MHS 75 Poolville 37

A road trip for the No. 23 Muenster Lady Hornets was no problem, as they improved to 2-0 in district play with a convincing victory over Poolville.

MHS held a 29-12 advantage at the end of the first quarter, before holding PHS to just four points in the second quarter, leading 41-16 at the break.

Mady Burnett led the offense with 14 points, followed by Kassie Dangelmayr and Bailey Klement each with 13 points.

MHS (11-4, 2-0) will be taking part in the Pilot Point tournament beginning on Dec. 29.

Ponder 43 CHS 32

For the Callisburg girls, their wait for a first district win will have to continue.

CHS found itself on the road Friday night against Ponder.

Callisburg found themselves well within striking distance at 18-17 going into the halftime break.

Unfortunately, a 17-7 run in the third by Ponder put the game out of reach.

Mackenzie Sconce led the Lady Wildcats with 16 points in the contest.

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