Blevins Jr. Hornets and Jr. Lady Hornets had their hard fought seasons end in first round action in the 7-2A West Jr. High District Tournament hosted at Caddo Hills. The Jr. Hornets fell to Caddo Hills 70-37 and the Jr. Lady Hornets falling to Murfreesboro Jr. Lady Rattlers 50-21.

Blevins Jr. Hornets and Jr. Lady Hornets had their hard fought seasons end in first round action in the 7-2A West Jr. High District Tournament hosted at Caddo Hills.

The Jr. Hornets fell to Caddo Hills 70-37 and the Jr. Lady Hornets falling to Murfreesboro Jr. Lady Rattlers 50-21.

JR. HORNETS 37, CADDO HILLS 70

The Jr. Hornets posted in double-digits for three periods of action despite falling to host tourney team Caddo Hills Jr. Indians in the opening round of district tournament competition. The Jr. Hornets trailed 21-11 at the end of opening quarter action, but sparked for 14 points in the second with the Jr. Indians dropping 18 points. At the break, the Jr. Hornets trailed Caddo Hills, 39-25.

In the second half, the Jr. Hornets were held to 12 points scored with 10 coming in the fourth, but Caddo Hills dropped 30 points combined for the final two periods of action to secure victory. For the game, Jr. Hornets' Robert Carrigan led scoring with a season-high 26 points for the lone player in double-figures. Jamilo Snowden added six points, Josh Johnson and Jordan Myrick each scored two points apiece and Jonah Graham contributed one point from the charity stripe (foul line). The Jr. Hornets end their season of hoops at 6-9 overall.

JR. LADY HORNETS 21, MURFREESBORO 50

Blevins kept a close and early contest in first period play against Murfreesboro trailing 12-11 to end opening quarter action. In the second, Murfreesboro outscored Blevins 15-7 and the Jr. Lady Hornets ended first half action trailing the Jr. Lady Rattlers 27-18 at the break. In the second half, the Jr. Lady Hornets were held to low scoring as the Jr. Lady Rattlers outscored Blevins to roll onto victory. For the game, Jr. Lady Hornets' Emily Dougan led scoring with nine points, Daisy Smith followed with six points and Isabella Jones added five points.