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Plano East shuts down Hebron in second half

by | Jan 19, 2023 | Latest, Sports

The No. 18 ranked Plano East Panthers shut down the Hebron Hawks in the second half, winning their fifth district game Tuesday night.

The Hawks were held to just 15 points in the second half, as Jordan Mizell scored a game-high 21 points in the Panthers’ 57-43 win. The victory helps Plano East (5-1) keep pace with the top teams in District 6-6A, as Plano and Lewisville are also 5-1. Hebron fell to fourth in district, down to 4-2 after the defeat.

Plano East hosts Flower Mound this Friday in their next contest.

Boys Basketball – Tuesday, Jan. 17

Plano East – 57

Hebron – 43

Additional scores are below.

Girls Basketball – Tuesday, Jan. 17

Plano East – 33

Hebron – 49

Plano East got off to a hot start in the first quarter, but couldn’t keep it up in a 49-33 loss to Hebron.

The Lady Hawks outscored the Lady Panthers 31-12 over the second and third quarters, taking a big lead despite Plano East leading after the first quarter. Sema Udo led all scorers with 17 points in the game.

With the loss, Plano East falls to fourth in District 6-6A at 4-4 overall. Lewisville sits in fifth at 3-5, while Flower Mound is two games ahead of East at 6-2. The Lady Panthers travel to Flower Mound this Friday in their next game.

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