Twenty-nine wins and the outright District 2-6A championship, and the journey is just beginning.
The Frenship girls basketball team finished out the regular season and their district title run Tuesday night on the road with another impressive, hard-fought 51-46 win at Midland Lee.
After playing an even first half that left the Tigers and Lady Rebels tied at 22, FHS stretched out a five-point lead over the next eight minutes and held on through the fourth quarter for the win.
Abre Godfrey scored a team-high 12 points while Ashlyn Caddel drained two three pointers as part of her 10-point scoring night.
The district champ Tigers (29-4) are now looking ahead to what hopes to be a long playoff run ahead. Last year’s team made it to the Region I Tournament for the first time since 2004, also the last time FHS won an outright district title.
Frenship will battle El Paso Montwood in the Bi-District playoffs on Tuesday, February 12 at 6:00 p.m. CST from Denver City High School.
FRENSHIP 51, MIDLAND LEE 46
FHS 12 10 18 11 – 51
LHS 9 13 13 11 – 46
Frenship Scoring: Abre Godfrey 12, Ashlyn Caddel 10, Ashton Beeles 9, Addison Wilson 8, Maci Maddox 7, Cassandra Awatt 3, Corine Whitaker 2
Record: 29-4 (9-1)
Frenship vs El Paso Montwood
Tuesday, February 12
6:00 p.m. CST
Denver City High School