• The Texico Wolverines opened District 6-2A play with a 74-47 thumping of host Tucumcari.
Senior forward Seth Bailey scored 23 points for the Wolverines (17-1), who led 27-16 at the quarter and steadily pulled away.
Junior post Lucas Walthers added 19 points, while junior guard Garrett Foote had two of the team’s five 3-pointers and finished with 10 points.
For the Rattlers (6-12, 0-1), junior guard Jake Martinez and sophomore guard Travis Garcia combined for five 3-pointers and finished with 13 points apiece. Sophomore forward Alex Hutchins added 12 points.
• Junior guard Ray White, moved up recently from the junior varsity, scored 12 points as Farwell won at Springlake-Earth 44-35 in District 5-1A.
The Steers (18-6, 5-1) also got 11 points from junior guard Josh Olivas. Farwell built a 24-12 halftime lead and hung on as the teams struggled through a combined 18-for-53 showing from the free throw line.
• Tyson Turnbow scored 22 points to lead three Muleshoe players in double figures in a 75-72 District 2-2A win over Childress at Muleshoe.
Cooper Washington scored eight of his 19 points in the final period for the Mules (15-10, 4-1), including two free throws with less than 10 seconds left to help seal the victory.
Nick Hurtado added three 3-pointers and 11 points for the Mules, who led the Bobcats (18-10, 3-2) by 15 points in the first half but had to battle through a seesaw final quarter after Childeress pulled even 59-59 at the end of three periods.
• Senior Clint Barnard put in 24 points and senior Sammy Lawrence added 22 to lead Melrose (8-6) to a 78-51 non-district victory over Gateway Christian in Roswell.
The Warriors got 12 points from senior center Mehrdod Khavari, 11 from senior guard Logan Krasowsky and 10 from senior forward Ben Thomas.
• At Morton, the Bovina Mustangs dropped a 30-29 squeaker to the host Indians in District 5-1A. Junior Desmond Fox scored eight points for Bovina (8-13, 2-4).
• A District 4-1A doubleheader sending Logan to Clovis Christian was postponed to Tuesday (5:30 p.m. girls, 7 p.m. boys) due to travel issues for Logan.
• Farwell tightened its hold on second place in District 5-1A with a 56-26 rout of host Springlake-Earth as senior guards Laura Martinez and Keegan Langford combined for 44 points en route to career highs.
Martinez finished with 24 points, hitting 6-of-9 free throws, while Langford dropped 12-of-14 charity shots en route to 20 points. The Lady Blue (22-4, 6-1) remained one game behind district leader Sudan but opened a two-game lead over the Lady Wolverines (16-11, 4-3).
• Senior forward Katlin Luscombe scored 16 points and Texico cruised past Tucumcari 69-40 in the District 6-2A opener for both teams at Tucumcari.
Senior guard Shannon Van Matre added 11 points for the Lady Wolverines (14-5), who built a 52-20 lead though three quarters and got scoring contributions from 12 players.
• At Roswell, Melrose opened a 15-point halftime lead and pulled away from there for a 66-35 win over Gateway Christian.
Senior Shelby McElroy had 21 points and sophomore Cara Barnard 14 for the Lady Buffaloes (7-8), while senior guard Grace Nobles and sophomore post Mercedes Fox had 10 each for the Lady Warriors (7-8).
• At Muleshoe, the Lady Mules won a District 2-2A shootout from Childress 74-65 as senior guard Sarah Johnson, junior guard Yvonne Gardea and sophomore post Alyssa Leal combined for 66 points.
Johnson went 12-of-17 from the line for the second time in three games and finished with 29 points, Gardea scored a career-best 25 and Leal added 12.
The Lady Mules (8-19, 2-5) offset 29 points from senior post Vicky Flemons and 21 from freshman post Tanasia Cornish for the Lady Bobcats (10-16, 2-5).
• Morton broke away from Bovina with a 16-6 second-quarter run en route to a 63-34 District 5-1A victory at Morton.
Senior Yoselin Rueda led the Fillies (6-19, 0-7) with nine points.
• Senior post Molly Rush and junior guard Mandy Rush scored 15 points apiece as Grady won at home over San Jon 54-35 in District 4-1A. The Lady Bronchos (10-8, 3-0) jumped in front 21-7 after one quarter.
Senior center Tracy Foote had 15 points for the Lady Coyotes (5-11, 0-3).