Burnet boys now tied for first in district after loss to Liberty Hill
LIBERTY HILL — Liberty Hill started hot and ended hot in its 67-38 victory against the Burnet High School boys basketball team Jan. 29.
The Panthers took a 17-5 lead that went to 33-15 by the half. Liberty Hill scored a minimum of 16 points in each period for the victory.
The loss means the two teams are tied for the District 8-3A lead with four games left to play.
[tabs style=”default”] [tab title=”GAME STATS”]ON OFFENSE: Points – Jai Patel 14, Joran Barnard 5, Chase Mardis 4, Derek Kiser 3, Trenton Hafley 2, Cory Cavender 2, Colton Stevens 2, Nic Ybarra 1
RECORDS: Burnet is 15-9 overall and 5-1 in District 8-3A.
UP NEXT: Burnet vs. Llano, 8 p.m. Feb. 1 at The Doghouse, 1000 The Green Mile in Burnet[/tab] [tab title=”DISTRICT STANDINGS”]Burnet, 5-1
Liberty Hill, 5-1
Brownwood, 0-6[/tab] [/tabs]