Cedar Creek Round 2

 

 

 

Tuesday was a special night for the Georgetown Lady Eagles.  They celebrated Senior Night with a 79-15 victory over Bastrop Cedar Creek at Eagle Gym and in so doing claimed no worse than a tie for the District 18-5A championship. It could have been even more special if second-place East View hadn’t escaped Bastrop with a 42-41 victory over the Lady Bears that kept them within reach of deadlocking the 14th-ranked Lady Eagles. However, Georgetown, which claimed its 30th consecutive 20-win season, still has the upper hand with a 10-0 district mark and a two-game lead over East View with two games remaining in the race. The Lady Eagles need one win to capture the outright title and 18-5A’s top seeding in the Class 5A state playoffs. That road potentially could be a little rocky for the 20-10 Lady Eagles as they face both games on the road — at third-place Hutto (7-3) on Friday and at arch-rival East View on Tuesday.  Friday’s game is set for 7 p.m. with Tuesday’s cross-toll road tussle scheduled for 7:30 p.m. as the second-half of a boys/girls doubleheader.

   

In the first-round meetings, GHS downed Hutto, 63-28, and East View, 38-33, at Eagle Gym.

While the Lady Eagles are dealing with the Lady Hippos on Friday, the Lady Patriots will be trying to stay within range of Georgetown when they entertain sixth-place Elgin (2-8). The centerpiece Tuesday was the recognition of 2019’s six-member senior class — forward/post Jaelyn Knight, guard Samari O’Brien, guard Ali Isbell, post Jade Smith, post Alicia King and manager Chloe Sutton. They were honored for their contributions as athletes, students and good people. “I’m so proud of our seniors,” GHS head coach Rhonda Farney said. “They are all going to be successful with whatever they chose to do with their lives. Jade, Ali and Jaelyn all started school here in Georgetown.” O ‘Brien entered the GISD in the seventh grade. Chloe moved to G-town from Oklahoma four years ago and Alicia  moved here orior to her junior year from Kansas City. All three of Tuesday’s games with Cedar Park were one-sided as GHS piled up a 224-40 cumulative magin. In sub-varsdity action the JV prevailed 76-19 and the Freshman Blue won 69-6. The JV and Freshman Blue also stand 10-0 in 18-5A. The one-sidedness of the varsity game is illustrated in the scorebook. All 12 Lady Eagles scored with Knight being the only double-digit scorer with 14 points. The No. 2 point makers for GHS were McCall Hampton and MacKenzy Mouton with eight each and O’Brien and Maya Perry both added seven.

  

The Cedar Creek side the book was much leaner. Three of the visiting Lady Eagles’ players had three points each and three hard two each.  The Creek shot 18 percent from the floor (six of 33) and 14 percent from the line (2 of 14). Georgetown posted 43-16 edge on the boards with Hampton, a 5-foot-9 junior, pulling down 15. J. Smith had five of the Lady Eagles’ six blocks. Georgetown recorded 31 steals with O’Brien having 10. Cedar Creek turned the ball over 32 times. GHS took a 22-5 lead in the opening quarter and extended the lead to 39-10 at the half. The Lady Eagles outscored CC 18-3 in the third quarter and 22-2 in the fourth period. The largest lead of the game was the final score.

Lauren Woodard scored 17 points and Jordan Stout added 15 to lead the JV to its 23rd win in 25 starts.  Mercedes Robledo also was in double-digits with 10. Stout scored all of her points on five 3-pointers.

In the Freshman Blue outing, four played finished in double figures with Dylann Jones scoring 21 and Brielle Maxwell adding 14. Ella Vickers and Lauren Cavanaugh both produced 11 points as the Blue improved its record to 22-2. In non-district action on Monday night, the GHS Freshman White defeated Austin Bowie’s Freshman B, 56-15, with Sheila Lee and Aryana Hill scoring 19 and 10 points, respectively. The White is now 10-5 on the year.  “I’m so pleased with the jobs are other coaches have done with their teams in addition to working with the varsity,” Farney said. “Kevin (Spruill) has done an outstanding job with our JV. All four of our sub-varsity teams could finish with perfect district records.” Both the JV and Freshman Blue games with Hutto are set for 5:30 p.m.

 

TUESDAY’S DISTRICT 18-5A GAMES

At Eagle Gym

Varsity

GEORGETOWN 79, BASTROP CEDAR CREEK 15

CEDAR CREEK (15) — Jieselle Portillo 1-2 0-0 3, Eternity Smith 1-6 1-7 3, Dani Adamez 1-4 1-7 3, Madison Aguilar 0-7 0-0 0, Kristin Samarripa 1-7 0-0 2, Malea DeShay 1-3 0-0 2, Camry Masters 0-1 0-0 0, Hannah Reeves 1-3 0-0 2. Totals: 6-33 (18 percent) 2-14 (14 percent) 15.

 

GHS (79) — Maya Perry 3-5 0-0 7, Kylee Sander 2-6 0-0 4, Ali Isbell 3-8 0-0 8, Hailey Smith 1-4 0-0 3, Samari O’Brien 3-7 0-0 7, Kylie Ellsworth 2-10 2-2 6, Graci Harris 2-3 0-0 6, MacKenzy Mouton 4-6 0-0 8, Jaelyn Knight 6-13 2-6 14, Jade Smith 3-6 0-0 6, McCall Hampton 3-5 2-2 8, Alicia King 1-2 0-0 2. Totals: 33-75 (44 percent) 6-10 (60 percent) 79.

 

Halftime: GHS, 39-10. 3-point shooting: CC, 1-13 (Portillo 1-1, Adamez 0-1, Aguilar 0-7, Samarippa 0-3, Reeves 0-1); GHS, 7-27 (Perry 1-3, Sander 0-3, Isbell 2-5, H. Smith 1-3, O’Brien 1-4, Ellsworth 0-4, Harris 2-2, Knight 0-2, J. Smith 0-1). Rebounds: CC 16, 2 offensive  (Adamez 6); GHS, 43, 20 offensive (Hampton 15, J. Smith 7, Knight 6, King 5). Assists: GHS, 15 (Isbell 3, O’Brien 3). Steals: CC, 4, GHS 31 (O’Brien 10, Ellsworth 4, J. Smith 3). Blocks: CC 0, GHS 6 (J. Smith 5, Knight 1). Turnovers: CC 32, GHS 13. Total fouls: CC 10, GHS 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouts: none. Records: Cedar Creek, 0-11 in 18-5A, 2-31; Georgetown, 10-0 in 18-5A, 20-10.

 

Sub-Varsity

(GHS scoring only)

GHS JV 76, CEDAR CREEK JV 19 — Jordan Stout 15, Bailey Miller 3, Hailey Hanson 6, Reece Johnson 4, Grace Kearney 0, Natalie Hutchens 6, McKenna Jansen 2, Vyctorya Lehr 5, Mercedes Robledo 10, Megan Herring 6, Lauren Woodard 17, Maddie LaCour 2. Halftime: GHS, 49-7. GHS record: 10-0 in 18-5A, 23-2.

  

GHS FRESHMAN BLUE 69, CEDAR CREEK FRESHMAN 6 — Sam Folsom 2, Jacqui Spencer 8, Ella Vickers 11, Lauren Cavenaugh 11, Brielle Maxwell 14, Dylann Jones 21. Halftime: GHS, 37-4. GHS record: 10-0 in 18-5A, 22-2.

MONDAY’S NON-DISTRICT GAME

Sub-Varsity

(GHS scoring only)

 

GEORGETOWN FRESHMAN WHITE 56, AUSTIN BOWIE FRESHMAN B 15 — Avery Tisdell 3, Moirgan Larson 7, Sheila Lee 19, Abagail Rutledge 8, Aryana Hill 10, Emmris Mims 4, Baylie Foster 5.  Halftime: GHS, 19-7. GHS record: 10-5.

Note: Names and statictics furnished by Lady Eagles Basketball.

 

UPCOMING LADY EAGLES SCHEDULE

Single Games

Friday, Feb. 1 — Georgetown at Hutto (18-5A), 7 p.m.  Tuesday, Feb. 5 — Georgetown at East View (18-5A), 7:30 p.m.,  

 

DISTRICT 18-5A RACE AT A GLANCE

(Through Friday, Jan. 29)

Standings

xy-Georgetown, 10-0; x-East View, 8-2; x-Hutto, 7-3; x-Manor, 6-4; Bastrop, 3-8; Elgin, 2-8;  Bastrop Cedar Creek, 0-11.

x-clinched playoff berth.  y-clinched at least a tie for first place.

   

Tuesday’s results — Georgetown 79, Bastrop Cedar Creek 15; East View 42, Bastrop 41; Hutto 54, at Elgin 51. Bye — Manor.

 

Friday’s games — Georgetown at Hutto, 7 p.m.; Elgin at East View, 7 p.m.; Manor at Cedar Creek, 7 p.m. Bye —

 

District Point Differential

Georgetown. 569-303; East View, 429-334; Hutto, 584-501; Manor, 528-402; Elgin, 388-464; Bastrop, 516-544; Cedar Creek,  273-697.

 

COMPLETE DISTRICT 18-5A SCHEDULE

FIRST ROUND

Tuesday, Dec. 4 — Georgetown 72, Bastrop 46; East View 37, Manor 35; Hutto 70, Bastrop Cedar Creek 27. Bye — Elgin.

   

Tuesday, Dec. 11 — Georgetown 51, Elgin 31; East View 54, Cedar Creek 12; Manor 73, Bastrop  48. Bye — Hutto.

 

Friday, Dec. 14 — East View 48, Hutto 46; Manor 59, Elgin 29; Bastrop 78, Cedar Creek 31. Bye — Georgetown.

Thursday/Friday, Dec. 20/21 — Georgetown 53, Manor 40; Hutto 72, Bastrop 64; Elgin 53, Cedar Creek 30. Bye — East View.

Friday, Jan. 4 — Georgetown 64, Cedar Creek 21;  East View 35, Bastrop 25; Hutto 72, Elgin 47. Bye — Manor.

 

Tuesday, Jan. 8 — Manor 77, Cedar Creek 27; East View 37, Elgin 32; Georgetown 63, Hutto 28. Bye — Bastrop.

 

Friday, Jan. 11 — Bastrop 42, Elgin 36; Hutto 78, Manor 76; Georgetown 38, East View 33. Bye — Cedar Creek.

 

SECOND ROUND

Tuesday, Jan. 15 — Hutto 58, Cedar Creek 35; Georgetown 57, Bastrop 30; Manor 41, East View 34. Bye — Elgin.

Friday, Jan. 18 — Georgetown 57, Elgin 25; East View 60, Cedar Creek 21;  Manor 54, Bastrop 39. Bye — Hutto.

Tuesday, Jan. 22 — East View 49, Hutto 43; Manor 39, Elgin 22;  Bastrop 54, Cedar Creek 31. Bye — Georgetown.

Friday, Jan. 25 — Georgetown 35, Manor 34; Hutto 63, Bastrop 51; Elgin 60, Cedar Creek 23. Bye — East View.

 

Tuesday, Jan. 29 — East View 42, Bastrop 41;  Georgetown 79, Cedar Creek 15; Hutto 54, Elgin 51. Bye — Manor.

 

Friday, Feb. 1 — Manor at Cedar Creek, Elgin at East View, Georgetown at Hutto. Bye — Bastrop.

 

Tuesday, Feb. 5 — Bastrop at Elgin, Hutto at Manor, Georgetown at East View. Bye — Cedar Creek.

 

TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES

CLASS 5A RANKINGS

(Released Monday, Jan. 28)

(Records provided by TABC)

  1. Mansfield Timberview (31-1). 2. Amarillo (27-4). 3. Kerrville Tivy (29-1). 4. Manvel (30-3). 5. San Antonio Veterans Memorial (25-5). 6. Fort Bend Hightower (31-2). 7. Cedar Park (27-3). 8. Corpus Christi Memorial (27-4). 9. Frisco Lone Star (22-7). 10. College Station (30-2). 11. Crowley (23-8). 12. Lubbock Cooper (24-4). 13. Royse City (28-3). 14. GEORGETOWN (19-10). 15. Pflugerville (22-9). 16. Frisco Liberty (23-10). 17. Austin Crockett (28-5). 18. Richmond Foster (28-5). 19. Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway (24-4). 20. Birdville (20-7). 21. Saginaw Boswell (27-5). 22. Corpus Christi Flour Bluff (22-5). 23. Lufkin (25-5) 24. Mansfield Legacy (23-7). 25. Dallas South Oak Cliff (19-9).

 

TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION

CLASS 5A RANKINGS

(Released Monday, Jan. 28)

  1. Mansfield Timberview. 2. Amarillo. 3. Kerrville Tivy. 4. Cedar Park. 5. College Station. 6. Lubbock Cooper. 7. El Paso Eastwood. 8. Fort Bend Hightower. 9. Royse City. 10. GEORGETOWN. 11. Manvell. 12. San Antonio Veterans Memorial. 13. Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial. 14. Pflugerville. 14. El Paso Andress. 16. Frisco Lone Star. 17. Dripping Springs. 18. Mansfield Legacy. 19. Huntsville. 20. Crowley. 21. Richmond Foster. 22. Frisco Liberty. 23. Saginaw Boswell. 24. Austin Crockett. 25. (tie) Birdville, Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff and Lufkin.

 

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