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Page 8B Wednesday, February l0,2016 Burnet Bulletin Bumet, Texas I Sports is i i is BY WAYNE CRAIG Kendall Rex each scored four, to Salado and quickly flew past BuLLermSeoRrs while Kiley Burton and Kianna the Lady Eagles. It was 12-3 Moss scored two. after one and the Lady Dawgs The JV Lady Bulldogs Julia Taylor opened the sec- held Salado scoreless in the see- moved their already impressive ond period with a two-point ond to take an 18-3 lead into the district record to 8-1 with two bucket for Burnet. She also break. big wins last week over Taylor chipped in one free throw as did Bumet added up big num- and Salado. Burnet hosted Baby Romero. Jayci Craigbers in the second period. Lewis Taylor on Tuesday and defeated closed out the second with hit two three-pointers and fro- the Lady Ducks, 56-21; and back-to-back three pointers and ished with eight in the period. traveled to Salado on Friday going into the break Burnet led, Trynadee Greenwell, Rex, where they put away the Lady 31-5. Bible, Craig and Romero all Eagles, 49-11. Salado outscored Burnet 11- scored buckets which led to a Overall on the season the 10 in the third. One Lady Eagle 21 point quarter. Salado was JV girls are 18-5. started taking outside chances held to six. Burner's offensive was on and it paid off with three buck- In the fourth Burner out- target in the first period of play ets from outside the arc. scored their opponent 10-2 and against Taylor. Six girls com- The Lady Dawgs closed out the final board read, 49-11 Lady bined to score 21 points in the the game with a 15-5 fourth Dawgs. period. Taylor was held to a making the final, 56-21. Lewis was the team's lead- buzzer beating three pointer in Bible lead all scorers with ing scorer with 12. She was fol- the first which had the Lady 12 points. She was followed by lowed by Greenwell, 10; Rex, Dawgs on top, 21-3. Emma Rex, 10; Lewis, eight; Taylor, six; Romero, four; Craig, four; Lewis score five, including a seven; Craig, six; Romero, five; Bible, four; Weller, three; Moss, three-pointer in the first. Baby Burton, four; and Moss, four. two; Fipps, two; and Taylor, Romero, Chelsea Bible, and On Friday the girls traveled two. WAYNE CRAIG/ CLEAR MEMORIES Burnet JV Lady Bulldog Emma Lewis takes a fast break coast-to-coast to score a bucket for the Lady Dawgs during last Tuesday night's home win, 56-21 over Taylor. Burnet moved to 8-1 in district play last week with two big wins, including a 49-11 tromp over Salado. EseageNa s{ ns va} .h g{$ee WAYNE CRAIG~CLEAR MEMORIES The Lady Bulldogs had their third softball senior player sigh on the dotted line last week to play ball at the colle- giiate level. Burnet senior Vanessa Escamilla, described by her coaches as an all around unselfish player, put her signature on the line to play softball next season for the Cisco College Wranglers. Escamilla was all smiles as she was joined on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at Burnet High School by a large group of family, friends, teammates and coaches to make her college of choice official. Burnet tennis m opens new season AI spot with a close score (5-7, 6-3, BULLETIN SPORTS 10-8) to the No. 1 seed Jones of Belton. The Burnet High School Hemphill and Hall came out Tennis Team took to the courts strong, upsetting the No.2 seed on Friday, Jan. 29, for its first of Xia/High from Round Rock, tournament of the year and 8-6. turned in a successful opener They struggled to get their with several athletes picking up serves to work for them in the good wins. next matches and dropped the Sophomore Maria Lopez contests to Cedar Ridge, 6-3, 7- placed second overall in the 5 and then to Copperas Cove, 6- girls' singles division.3, 7-6. Seniors Brooke Hemphill Lyons started out well tak- and Austin Hall placed fourth in ing the No.7 position out of a mixed doubles, and junior Tyler group of 16 players. He defeated Lyons placed seventh in singles Gamett of Leander, 8-3. He then play. dropped two matches to Belton Lopez defeated Belton's and Round Rock before defeat- Gonzalez 8-4. She also earned a ing Archibald of Leander, 8-6. win over No.3 seed Turner from Also seeing their first tour- Copperas Cove, 8-4; and over nament action was senior Sami Hendrickson's Lyles, 6-3, 6-3 to Hogan and freshman Alfredo reach the finals. Lopez. The Bulldogs nest tour- The finals was a great match nament is scheduled for but Lopez lost out of the top Thursday, Feb. 11.. CONTRIBUTED Burnet sophomore Maria Lopez took second place in the girls' singles competition at the Burnet High School Tennis Team's first tournament of the year. The tennis team will be back in action tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 11, in Temple. CHRISTIAN * CONSTITUTIONAL * CONSERVATIVE ONSERV&TIVE REPUBLICAN rlE(.I N C.T 3 ,( 4th Generation Burner County Family 4 Pro Life - Pro Gun- Constitutional Conservative " BS Agriculture Tarleton State University ' Fiscally Responsible - Low Taxes " improve Roads - Prioritize Public Safety ' Responsible Economic Devdopment " Government Transparency " Accessible and Respons'we " I pledge to serve as a FULL TIME County Commissioner. Hardworking taxpayers deserve someone who will devote everything they have to make their lives better. I understand that as a I work for the people," -- Billy POL. ADV. PAID FOR BY THE BILLY WALL CAMPAIGN February 18 i - March 6 By Knott Adults $20: ...... . Oirected by Mike Rademaeke Students w/valid I0$, 0 830.798.8944 4003 W FM 2147 Shores rt ursdays, Fridays"& Saturdays 7:30PM. SundayS:2Jt5 PM guy tickets 0nli, e ! I