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Burnet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Page 3B From Page B 1 The third was a much dif- ferent story on the offensive side of the ball. The Lady Dawgs rolled up 23 points with seven different girls add- ing points. Brooks hit two out- side shots for six, Escamilla also scored six, Pool posted four, and Hullum, Weeks, and Giesenschlag each made one bucket for two. French chipped in a charity point and Burnet had a 41-23 lead going into the fourth. An 18-8 fourth followed which earned the Lady Dawgs a 59-31 win. "This was a great team win again for the Lady Dawgs. Every player contributed greatly. Our effort throughout the game was very good and our defensive presence was known," said Coach Messer. "Salado is a good offen- sive rebounding team and we kept them off the boards in this game which eliminated their second and third chances. We hit the offensive boards and cashed in on many sec- ond, third and even fourth attempts," added Messer. Escamilla led all scorers with 10 points. She was fol- lowed by Brooks, eight; Pool, eight; Giesenschlag, seven; Ramon, six; Hullum, six; Weeks, four; Skinner, four; Letterman, three; and French, three. As of presstime, just before the final district games, Liberty Hill was out in front at 9-0, followed by Burnet, 7-2; Taylor, 6-3; Lampasas, 2-7; Salado, 2-7; and Llano 1-8. Burnet wrapped up the regular season on Tuesday night in Burnet versus Liberty Hill and will begin post season play next week. WAYNE CRAIG~CLEAR MEMORIES Burnet senior Shaylah Hullum makes a hard cut into the lane during last Tuesday night's district game versus Taylor. After play last week the Lady Dawgs had a 7-2 dis- trict record which secured them a post season spot. Playoffs will begin next week. From Page B 1 the scoring with a Pollard free throw and then hif, back-t02 back-to'back treys by Kiser, Johnson, and Pollard. When the first was over the Dawgs led, 14-10. Kiser scored nine points in the second, while Graves made one free throw to add 10 to the Bulldogs score. Salado also scored 10 more before the break which had the halftime board resting at 24-20 in Burnet's favor. Once again the Dawgs did nice offensive work in the third and had their best quarter of the game. Kiser scored seven points, Johnson added five, Graves contributed four; Pemberton posted two and Pollard hit a free throw for 19 brought the final to 61-45 Burnet. Kiser was the gyms leading scorer with 25 points. He improved his impressive Tuesday night free throw per- centage by going 109 percent total. Salado was held to only against Salado, 10 for 10. eight which gave Burnet some room moving into the fourth at, 43-28. The fourth was mostly a battle at the charity stripe. Burnet collected 12 bonus points down the stretch and Salado didn't shoot bad from the line either making 11. The Dawgs cashed out 18 points all together in the fourth, the Eagles scored 17 which Johnson was next on the scoring charts with 12. He was followed by Graves, nine, Pollard, eight; Pemberton, five; and Cavender, two. As a team Burnet made 27 of 21 free throws. In addition to Kiser Johnson was also perfect at the line. The Dawgs traveled to Liberty Hill on Tuesday and will be at Lampasas this Friday. This is one of the most dramatic ranches in all the Hill Country. Multiple hilltops afford I stunning views in oil directions, There is one main edge that runs through the middle I the ranch with deep canyons on either side, The canyoi!s then rise up to additional ri!ges I inside the boundary of the ranch affording even more views. In thecanyon bottoms, springs I I generate forming beautiful Hill Country creeks with hidden treasure such as waterfalls and I | grottos. This ranch is located about 10 minutes east of Marble Falls and within an hour | | of Austin at the endof a private road. Despite this convenient location, the ranch is very I secluded and in an area of other large ranches. $1,442,000 ! i ranch. Live Oak Trees, hill I 000 SeniOr Bulldog basketball player Quinn Freeman poses with his parents, Cecilia and Jim Freeman, during the parents' night ceremony held in conjunction with WAYNE CRAIG~CLEAR MEMORIES this past Friday's game. The Dawgs put on a good showing for their parents, ousting Salado, 61-45, in Burnet's final home game for the seniors. -k*** far f.vm flmm Prlxt 1 Vote for Experience & Fiscal Responsibility March 1, 2016 1