The Ballinger Lady Cats traveled to Wall Tuesday, Jan. 30 and they were defeated 56-35 as their defense was not able to slow the Lady Hawks down enough to keep pace.

The Ballinger Lady Cats traveled to Wall Tuesday, Jan. 30 and they were defeated 56-35 as their defense was not able to slow the Lady Hawks down enough to keep pace. Friday night at home against TLCA was a different story as the Lady Cats logged a 96-21 victory, just three points shy of setting a single game scoring record.

There were many standouts for Ballinger, but Vivian Guerrero was the anchor for the Lady Cats as she set a new season high with 17 points, as did Jessica Castleberry with 12 points. Guerrero pulled in 14 rebounds giving her a second double-double on the year. Kinley Grey was perfect from three-point range, going 3-3 and Bryla Perkins put in 10 points as well. It was a very balanced performance from the Lady Cats.

Ballinger hit the road Tuesday to end the season against Grape Creek. With a second place district finish locked up, the Lady Cats look to match up with Kermit or Presidio in the Bi-district round of the playoffs with a probable second round match up that will look to be more exciting.