Sanger Indians fans held a "Silent Night" on Tuesday, waiting until their team hit the 10-point mark before making any noise at all. Luckily Gainesville fans didn't participate or they would have been silent until the second period.
The Gainesville Leopards played the No. 9 ranked team in the state as good as anyone has for almost three quarters, but the Argyle Eagles used a big run to pull away for a 62-39 victory at the GHS gym Friday.
A poor first quarter doomed the Gainesville Leopards in a 64-50 loss to the Aubrey Chapparals Tuesday night.
The Gainesville Leopards were in position to win their first district game of the season, but missed free throws came back to haunt them in a 54-50 loss to the Krum Bobcats Friday at the GHS gym.
After playing one of their best quarters of the season, the Gainesville Leopards ran out of gas in a 71-49 loss to the Celina Bobcats Tuesday night at the GHS gym.
Sanger junior forward Joseph Clark hit eight 3-pointers and almost single-handily outscored the Gainesville Leopards by himself as the Indians left the GHS gym with a 64-31 win over the Leopards Friday night.