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Top Ten Girls Basketball

  1. Edinburg High – The Lady Bobcats were one win away from a second straight tip to the Sweet 16. EHS will bid farewell to Bri Sanchez and Leslie Martinez but will have A’nnika Saenz back healthy along with Daysha Tijerina to the mix,
  2. Weslaco High – The Lady Panthers split the district title with Edinburg for a second straight year. Weslaco like EHS was one win away from the Sweet 16. For the next two years, Weslaco will compete in 32-6A.
  3. Harlingen High – The Lady Cardinals won their second straight district title but lost in the area round for a second time in three years. Harlingen will lose just one senior and will return their entire starting five next season.
  4. Brownsville Veterans – Found their mojo under first year coach Arnold Torres. The Lady Chargers won both a district and bi-district title.
  5. McAllen Memorial – Completed a six peat in 30-6A. The Lady Mustangs lost a heartbreaker to Laredo Nixon, ending their season early in the bi-district round.
  6. Los Fresnos – The Lady Falcons won their first bi-district title in five years. Los Fresnos beat Vela before falling to Laredo United in the area round.
  7. Hidalgo – The Lady Pirates once again dominated in 32-4A and went toe to toe with Devine in the area round. Devine ended Hidalgo’s season 44-37/
  8. Sharyland Pioneer – The Lady Diamondbacks won both a district and bi-district title before running into a wall that was Corpus Christi Veterans in the area round.
  9. Santa Maria – The Lady Cougars continue to win games at the class 2A level. They won their district once again but bowed out of the playoffs in the area round.
  10. Brownsville Jubilee – Not too bad for a first-year UIL team. Jubilee took district 32-3A and won a playoff game. The future is bright for the young program.

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