Local teams see the court as district action continues
Local district basketball continues to heat up in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic with each of Lamar County’s teams on both the boys and girls sides taking the court at about 6 p.m. tonight. Across the board in both Classes 4A and 3A, the teams are preparing to complete the first half of their district schedules.
On the boys’ side, the No. 17 Paris Wildcats, led by star 6-foot-6 junior Jaelyn Lee, will take on the Liberty-Eylau Leopards at home. Meanwhile, the North Lamar Panthers and first-year head coach David Monds seek their first district win at Pleasant Grove. In Class 3A action, the Chisum Mustangs will go for their 15th win of the season against the district-favorite Commerce Tigers at home while the Prairiland Patriots will host Grand Saline.
As for the girls, the Paris Lady Wildcats will go for the win at Liberty-Eylau while the North Lamar Pantherettes will aim to bounce back at home against Pleasant Grove. Meanwhile, the Chisum Lady Mustangs will travel south down the highway to play at Commerce while the Prairiland Lady Patriots will compete at Grand Saline. For more sports coverage, click here.