ALEXANDRIA — The Pickering Lady Red Devils closed out the regular season in second place in the District 3-2A standings, coming away with an easy 55-26 win over the Menard Lady Eagles on Friday.

ALEXANDRIA — The Pickering Lady Red Devils closed out the regular season in second place in the District 3-2A standings, coming away with an easy 55-26 win over the Menard Lady Eagles on Friday.

With the win, the Lady Red Devils finished with a record of 20-13 overall, 8-4 in league play.

The Lady Red Devils owned a 14-6 advantage at the end of the first period and used a 12-5 edge in the second quarter to go into the halftime intermission with a 26-11 edge.

After a 17-8 run in the third period, the Lady Red Devils closed out the contest with a 12-7 edge in the fourth to claim the easy win.

Kierra Sanderlin paced the Lady Red Devils with 23 points, while Mahogany Griffin and Breanna Redden finished with 18 and eight points, respectively.

Maddie Smith paced the Lady Eagles with 12 points.

Anacoco.....61

Hicks.......30

ANACOCO — The Anacoco Lady Indians finished the regular season in fine fashion, having four players score in double figures in a 61-30 win over Hicks in a District 4-B contest.

Anacoco is now 25-7 with the victory, finishing as runner-up in district with a mark of 6-2.

Hicks falls to 14-21 overall, 2-6 in the league.

The Lady Indians jumped out to a 13-3 lead at the end of the first period of play and used a 16-9 edge in the second to go into the locker room with a 29-12 advantage.

Anacoco continued to pour it on in the third quarter with a 15-4 edge and closed out the contest with a 17-14 advantage in the fourth period to complete the victory.

Seniors Whitney Goins and Allie Haymon combined for 32 points in the win, with Goins notching 17 and Haymon 15 points.

Korie Kreps finished with 13 points, while Annabelle Sellers added 10 points.

Shaley Charrier and Chloe Wilbanks each had nine points for Hicks in the loss.

Hornbeck.....51

Pitkin.......44

HORNBECK — The Hornbeck Lady Hornets closed out the regular season with a big District 4-B win on Friday, knocking off the Pitkin Lady Tigers, 51-44.

With the win, the Lady Hornets improved to 8-21 overall, 1-7 in the league entering the playoff season with some momentum.

Hornbeck used a 13-10 first quarter to help build its way to a 28-19 lead at the half.

Pitkin attempted to rally in the second half, but was unable to seal the deal as the Lady Hornets got the victory.

Carolina Jara-Selvage led the Lady Hornets with 14 points, while Calli Haymon and Peighton Rhodes added 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Brilee Nolen paced Pitkin with 21 points.