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Hornets, Lady Hornets basketball

By Mike Streams

dqsportswriter@yahoo.com

Tuesday night, Jan. 29, the Hornets traveled to Starks to face the Panthers in a district contest that had the Hornets winning in the end by a final score of 52-41.

Thursday night, the Hornets hosted the Hackberry Mustangs and the Hornets kept the pressure on the Mustangs and got the victory by a final score of 76-55.

Top scorers for the Hornets were Gavin Sandifer with 20, Josh Wood with 22, and Isaiah Burge with 14.

The Hornets traveled to Crowley Tuesday, Feb. 5, to face the district leading Northside Christian team and will host the Johnson Bayou Rebels on Thursday, Feb. 7.

The Singer Lady Hornets have so far accomplished a mission they set out for to win a district championship this year. So far they remain on task for that, as they are undefeated in District action with one game to follow.

Last week, the Lady Hornets traveled Tuesday night, Jan. 29, to Starks to face the Panthers and came away with the 49-41 victory.

Thursday night, Jan. 29, the Lady Hornets played host to the Mustangs of Hackberry in a district matchup. The Lady Hornets defeated the Lady Mustangs by a final score of 46-31.

Top scorers in the contest for Singer were Maddie Jones with 11, Carlie Pierce with 10, and Kayleigh Hardwick with 12.

The Lady Hornets will close out the regular season Thursday, Feb. 7, as they will host the Rebels of Johnson Bayou.

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