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‘Shooter’ aims true for Lions
Pilot Point coach Jeff Price asked the scorers table early in the fourth quarter how many points Schluter scored in the third, and he scoffed at the idea his team gave up only 16 points. “It felt like [Ponder] scored 40 points in the third quarter,” Price said. “It seemed like every time Tye put the ball in the air, it found the basket.
Bearcats pick up first win
Baseball/softball roundup: Lake Dallas plates 20 against R.L. Turner
Roundup: Harris breaks Ponder scoring record
Ryan’s defense held Wichita Falls to one point in the third quarter and to only 11 points in the first three quarters combined.
Boys basketball: Bearcats get last shot but fall by one
Edgewood scored nine straight points after Pilot Point’s Preston Colburn opened the game with a bucket, but the Bearcats closed the gap to 11-8 by the end of the first eight minutes.
Pilot Point hires former Bearcat LB as coach
With Pilot Point coach Rob Best retiring after five seasons, David was named the new athletic director and head football coach at a school board meeting Thursday.
Pilot Point rallies late to defeat Whitesboro
A Whitesboro fumble and Pilot Point recovery set up Jaime Tavera 34-yard field goal with 4:21 left in the fourth quarter to cut Whitesboro’s lead to 9-3.
Gunter upends Bearcats with late surge
The Bearcats’ defense forced five turnovers that led to a one-point lead early in the fourth quarter, but they couldn’t keep Gunter from scoring twice as Pilot Point fell 27-21 on Friday to move to 0-4 on the season. “It was the tale of the turnovers,” Pilot Point coach Rob Best said. “We made some big plays that we benefited from, but once we got that lead, our fumble was a killer.