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6A Girls State Post Recap

Cinco Ranch wins the team title with 87 pts,  Amarillo Tascosa takes 2nd with 71 and Houston Langham Ck takes 3rd place with 69 pts

Girls Assistant Coach of the Year was Kelsey Lynes from Euless Trinity

Girls Head Coach of the year was Bill Duchane of Cinco Ranch

 

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#2 Angelina Gomez of San Antonio Lee won the MOW for the girls, she had beatin #1 ranked Asia Ray from Arlington in the Semi finals to meet #4Daniela Salazar in the finals whom had beatin returning State Champ #3 Leslie Oliva. Gomez wins 8-2

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#2 Allissa Maldonado stays undefeated by beating #3 Mariah Lomas in the finals match by fall, Lomas had beatin the current #1 ranked Paloma Tijerina in the Semi’s to blemish her undefeated record she takes 3rd

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The battle of the undefeated goes to #2 Maria Vidales of Dallas Skyline over #1Charlotte Fowler of Katy Cinco Ranch by a decision  of 5-4

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#6 Jessie Ausman of Northwest defeats 6-0 #3 Adrienne Garcia of El Paso Americas, Ausman revenged her Regional finals lost she received by Garcia.

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#1 ranked and still undefeated in High School Alex Liles of Allen wins her 2nd HS State Championship over the #2 ranked Elissa Douglass of LC Clear Falls who was also undefeated coming into the finals match which she lost 6-2

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#1 Kayla De Leon of Katy Cinco Ranch who stays undefeated betters her 2nd place finsih last year to win the Championship this year over unranked Hunter Robinson of CW College Park who placed 3rd in her region 8-1

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#1 Maikah Gutierrez of Amarillo Tascosa takes UTB to win over #4 Kassandra Castillo of Edinburg Economedes 3-2

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#1 Kjihla Evans of Klein and still undefeated, wins over #5 Megan Lloyd of Katy Seven Lakes 9-5

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#1 Taylor Rosario of Katy Cinco Ranch has a quick fall to win over unranked Kristyn Granat of Houston Langham Crk who had a controversial  SV 1 4-3 win in the quarter finals against #2 Bryanna Perkins of Keller Central

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#1 and still undefeated Rachel Bridges of Keller Timber Creek joins Liles of Allen by picking her 2nd State Championship. Winning over #6 Ambry Mccann of Lubbock Monterey by fall. Bridges went 33-0 this season winning all by falls, and didnt give up a single point all year