On the road against the Wall Hawks, Ballinger could never get rolling and they would fall 62-30 as Chance Parker would be the only Bearcat to reach double digits with 15 points. Ballinger would fare much better against TLCA where they would be victorious with a final score of 71-59.

On the road against the Wall Hawks, Ballinger could never get rolling and they would fall 62-30 as Chance Parker would be the only Bearcat to reach double digits with 15 points. Ballinger would fare much better against TLCA where they would be victorious with a final score of 71-59.

Despite coming in to the game with only one district win, TLCA would not let the Bearcats walk away without a fight. Up by two, 43-41, Ballinger would pull away with a big 28 point fourth quarter.

Ballinger managed to keep pace with Sonora for a second place district tie with the win. Aiding the Bearcats in their efforts was Keynan Gonzales with a season high of 14 points. Parker had 12 points, 13 rebounds and Xavier Nunez had 13 points, 13 redounds, each had a double-double with Edgar Nunez also pitching in 14 points.

Ballinger will go on a road stretch to end the season. Grape Creek February 6, Sonora February 9 and Reagan County February 13. The game against Sonora will likely decide which team will be second place in district with the Wall Hawks having all but locked up the district title.