Steve Ganninger and the Grapevine Lady Mustangs felt the sting of Mondays 57-47 bi-district playoff loss to Flower Mound.However, the Lady Mustangs (18-16) made a respectable showing. The team trailed 30-19 at the half and kept the game even for the second half. Grapevine narrowed the deficit to 49-42 but got no closer.The girls played how I wanted them to," coach Steve Ganninger said. They were loose and aggressive and played pressure defense. I real proud of them."Madyson Broussard closed her career as she played one of her best games with 17 points and 12 rebounds. But Nicole Taake asserted herself with eight points, 11 rebounds, four assists and three steals.Shes maybe 5-4," Ganninger said. But she played really hard."A young team that returns its core including Taake, Mandi Routon, and Abby Sandy should be interesting to follow in 2013-2014. Routon and Taake will be juniors. Sandy will be a sophomore.Its just the way we finished that has me excited," Ganninger said. They were just laying it out there in every game toward the end of the season. They werent nervous, and theyre going to continue to work hard in the offseason."In other Region I bi-district playoff action:Carroll 78, Weatherford 38: The Lady Dragons (22-9) used a 24-point third quarter to run away from the Lady Roos Monday at Nolan High School. They will face El Paso Franklin in the area round. Carrolls winning streak is now at 13. The trio of Kami Mickens (19), Kennedy Leonard (17) and Gretchen Morrison (14) combined for 50 points.Lewisville 37, Colleyville Heritage 34: A woeful shooting night did in the Lady Panthers (25-11) as they were upset Monday at Carroll High School. Colleyville Heritage shot 27 percent and the low post duo of Caroline Gonzalez and Artavia Ford only scored eight and three points respectively.Saginaw 49, Byron Nelson 30: Scoring became a challenge in the final three quarters for the Lady Bobcats in their Class 4A Region I bi-district playoff at Justin Northwest. They scored only 16 points between those frames. They trailed 35-19 at the half and could never get anything going. Guard Tralyn Woodard was held to only six points. Byron Nelson closed its season at 20-14. Arlington Martin 35, Keller 28: Outscoring Keller 9-2 in the first quarter and 11-7 in the fourth, the Martin girls defeated Keller on Monday at Nolan Catholic High School in their bi-district playoff game. Rani Parkinson led the Lady Indians with 9 points, followed by Jen Lutz with 7. Keller went 10-4 in district, 20-13 overall.