Pearland Lady Oilers

The Pearland girls’ basketball team improved to 7-1 in District 22-6A with a 51-28 over Pasadena Memorial.

Jasmine Butler led Pearland with 21 points and Emer Nichols scored 16.

Pearland led 8-6 after the first quarter and then took the second period 16-10 for a 24-16 advantage at intermission.

The Lady Oilers increased their lead to 39-22 entering the final period and then closed out the game 12-6 for the 51-28 victory.

Pearland 58 - Sam Rayburn 28

The Lady Oilers won their sixth straight district game to improve to 6-1 with a 58-28 over Sam Rayburn.

The Lady Texans led 10-9 after one quarter before Pearland took control of game with 27 second-quarter points to take a 36-18 halftime lead. The Lady Oilers widened the advantage to 50-20 after three quarters and closed out the game 8-8 for the 58-28 win.

Jasmine Butler led Pearland with 18 points and Cierra Lane scored 16.

Dawson Lady Eagles

The Dawson girls won a low-scoring  game to get a 28-22 win over Pasadena Dobie. Dawson (5-2 in district) led 5-2 after one period and 15-10 at halftime.

The Lady Eagles took a 19-14 lead into the fourth quarter and took the final period 9-8 to win 28-22.

Kasi Matthews led Dawson with 11 points.

Dawson 57 - Pasadena Memorial 12

Dawson made an early statement by jumping on Pasadena Memorial 21-2 in the opening quarter and 13-2 in the second period for a lopsided 34-4 lead at halftime.

The Lady Eagles continued the scoring barrage by taking the third quarter 15-3 for a 49-7 advantage entering the final frame. Dawson closed out the game 8-5 for the 57-12 win.

Ivy Smith led the Lady Eagles scoring with 14 points with Maddie Powers adding 13.

Friendswood Lady Mustangs

The Friendswood Lady Mustangs (13-9, 4-1) entered the game against Clear Springs with 4-0 records. But Clear Springs was too much for the Lady Stangs as they completely dominated the district showdown 52-28.

Both teams finished the first quarter tied 8-8, but Clear Springs used the shooting of freshman guard Dymond Gladney who led a 7-0 run with a 3-pointer and short jumper for a 15-8 lead.

Clear Springs had a 28-16 lead at intermission.

The Lady Chargers went on a 16-0 run counting the final minute of the second period to the first two minutes of the third quarter for a 37-16 advantage.

Clear Springs took the third quarter 17-10 and closed out Friendswood 7-2 in the final eight minutes for the lopsided win.

The victory gave Clear Springs (20-3, 5-0) their 61st straight district win after forcing 29 Friendswood turnovers.

Friendswood senior forward led the Lady Mustangs with eight points and five rebounds. Kayla Callaway had a team-leading eight boards.