No. 4 Godley powers past No. 10 Stephenville for 8-4A title

Bees get Springtown in opening round of playoffs

Jayci Morton led Stephenville with 11 points, but it was Godley that celebrated a district championship Tuesday. || file photo

Flash Staff Report

(February 7, 2017) — No. 4 Godley denied No. 10 Stephenville a share of the 8-4A title Tuesday evening, instead keeping the district crown all for itself in convincing fashion.

The Lady Cats (30-4, 12-0) took control from the onset and cruised to a 57-31 victory over the Honeybees (24-7, 10-2) behind 17 points by Jaycee Pannell and 12 from Mikaila Tyer.

The Lady Cats were 11-18 from the 3-point arc, where the Bees were just 3-16. Leading SHS was Jayci Morton with 11 points, while Ebony Green netted nine, Hailey Martin six, Blair Landes three and Payton Wall two.

Stephenville finishes as the runner-up in 8-4A and faces Springtown, the No. 3 seed from 7-4A in bi-district. Godley gets Benbrook, the No. 4 seed from 7-4A.

A doubleheader featuring those four teams is being set up for the opening round of the playoffs on Monday, February 13. Stephenville and Springtown are up first at 6 p.m. at either Mineral Wells or Granbury.

Glen Rose finished third in 8-4A and faces Mineral Wells in bi-district. Fourth-place Midlothian Heritage draws 7-4A champ and No. 2 ranked Kennedale.


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