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The Prairiland Lady Patriots took on Rivercrest last week. The 7th grade B team won their game 19-2. Leading scorers for the 7B team were Savannah Moore, Morgan Harris, and Sierra Warner who had 5, 4 and 4 points respectively. Alyssia McCormick, Kayleigh Potter, and Chesney Baker each had 2 points.
Despite missing a starter due to illness, the 7th grade A team still won their game 24-21. A strong second half was the difference for the Patriots. Shacoya Dennis was a key spark and led the way both offensively and defensively with 10 points and several steals. Kayla Spray had 5 points, Skyler Kelly had 4, Keagan Maroney had 3 points, and Alexis Williams chipped in with 2 points.
The 8th grade B team won their game 12-10. Leading scorers for the 8B team were Shelby Spears and Madison Cannedy who each had 3 points. Carsyn Fernandez, Kayleigh Potter, and Makali Moore each added 2 points a piece. The win improved the girls record to 3-0.
The 8th grade A team fell to the Lady Rebels 40-19. Jessica Rocha and Erin Butler lead the way offensively for the 8A team with 5 points a piece. Ashton Torres, Stephi Fontenot, and Alyssa Harris scored 4, 3, and 2 points respectively.
North Lamar High School
Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA)
Class 3A All-State Volleyball:
Due to the winter storm over the weekend, hazardous road conditions and many still experiencing power outages, Chisum and Paris school districts have announced that all of their campuses will be closed on Monday, December 9.
Paris ISD has also announced a two-hour delayed start on Tuesday, December 10.
Prairiland will have a two-hour delay at its campuses on Monday. Classes will start at 10 a.m.
Grammy award winner Gary Morris was scheduled to play at the North Lamar school auditorium on Saturday, December 7, but according to Morris’ manager, the show was rescheduled to a later date due to inclement weather and power outages.
Damages to Paris and Lamar County are still being evaluated by electric companies, as Oncor reported more than six thousand without power in our area on Friday afternoon.
The Gary Morris concert was a special event to benefit the North Lamar theater arts department.
Stay tuned to the Extra for more information and the postponed date of the concert.