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Hound hoopsters enter homestretch

Dylan Villasenor skies for a layup. The eight teams in dog-eat-dog District 18-3A begin the second half of the league this week with six teams in hot pursuit of front-running Malakoff. The Tigers are 6-0 while the next six teams have either won three or four games. Palmer, at 3-4, must improve in their remaining seven games. Having four games at home could help. All teams play each other twice in a 14-game district season. Palmer hosted Scurry-Rosser on Tuesday with a chance tie the Wildcats in the standings. This coming Friday, Jan. 25, the Bulldogs travel to Malakoff at 7 p.m. A slow start in the first meeting sent Palmer into recess trailing 33-17. They came up short, 61-41, back on Jan. 2. Four teams from the district earn a berth in the playoffs. A year ago the Barkers finished fourth, qualified for the post-season where they fell to Westwood (33-4), 56-49, though they led after three periods. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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