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Thursday, February 8, 2018

texasTexas - We've had a very busy week this week with a make up district game and then three district tournament games (4 games in 5 days).

Monday: beat Concordia (52-20) **make up game from last week
Tuesday: beat Concordia (57-24) 1st round of District Tournament
Thursday: beat Brentwood Christian (36-26) 2nd round of District Tournament
Friday: vs. Faith Academy (6:30 p.m.)

TSD girls have never beaten Brentwood Christian in basketball. Brentwood Christian is ranked #7 in the state for 4A. Faith Academy is ranked #4. We play in one of the toughest districts for TAPPS 4A as Brentwood Christian and Faith Academy always make deep runs in the state playoffs so last night's win against Brentwood Christian was a very good win for us.

Tonight's game against Faith Academy has big playoff implications for us. (Contributed by Head Coach Brian Sipek)

Overall record: 27-6 (27 wins already broke the previous high of season wins of 26)

mississippiJackson Academy 53 Mississippi 33

Koreiona Guy led Mississippi with 12 points and Raegan Hendrix added 10 in a loss to Jackson Academy. Mississippi wraps up the 2017-2018 campaign with a 16-3 record which includes a Mason-Dixon championship.

MSD (16-3): Koreiona Guy 12, Raegan Hendrix 10, Alexis Roberts 8, Nilah Orey 2, Tamer Grant 1.

Western Pennsylvania - Danielle Fisher had eight points followed by Cheyenne Sloan with four for Western Pennsylvania in a loss to Portersville Christian, 29-14.