MANSFIELD -- After breezing through its opening-round game in the Mansfield Rotary Tournament, the Mansfield Timberview girls were tested by Aledo in the second round before winning 56-40 Thursday night at Mansfield Summit.
Junior forward Dayo Olabode scored a team-high 17 points to lead the Wolves (17-2). The Wolves limited the Bobcats to 17 second-half points.
Lili Thompson finished with 15 points for Timberview. Guard Mallory Powell led Aledo (12-6) with a game-high 18 points.
Mansfield 43, Keller 48: Trailing for the most of the game, the Tigers (7-12) roared to an 18-8 fourth-quarter advantage, beating Keller (12-9) in the opening round. Delana Lopez scored all 12 of her points in the fourth quarter for Mansfield. Jennifer Lutz led Keller with 12.
Mansfield Timberview 62, North Crowley 36: Lili Thompson scored 18 points as Timberview took care of North Crowley in the opening round. Thompson, a Stanford recruit, helped push the Wolves to a 23-4 first-quarter lead. Terriell Bradley scored 12 points and Timberview had 11 players score.
Canyon 48, Fort Worth Trimble Tech 46: Taylor Jones hit two free throws with 0.7 seconds remaining to lift the Eagles over the Bulldogs in a second-round winners' bracket matchup at Timberview High School. Karrington Brown led the Bulldogs with 13 points.
Cibolo Steele 66, Arlington Seguin 43: After winning its first-round game against Grapevine, Seguin ran into a buzz saw in the second round against Steele. Aundra Stovall led the Cougars with 15 points.
Aledo 63, South Grand Prairie 49: Four Bobcats scored in double figures as Aledo beat South Grand Prairie in the first round. Breann Forbes led Aledo with 16 points, while Justis Szczepanski-Beavers had 10 points and 10 rebounds.
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