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Kaylee Hornberger, 24, of Barbers Hill looks for an open teammate cutting down the lane on Tuesday night at home against Dayton. The Lady Eagles won 65-32. 

MONT BELVIEU – The Barbers Hill Lady Eagles improved to 25-4 on the season and a perfect 6-0 in district play on Tuesday night with a 65-32 win over the Dayton Lady Broncos at the Field house. 

Freshman Dalanna Carter scored a game-high 26 points in less then three quarters of work. Carter scored 16 in the first half as the Lady Eagles built a 35-14 halftime lead.
 
A steal by Carter and score and the lead was quickly 6-0. Jaelin Holden then connected from downtown to build the advantage to 9-2. Barbers Hill led 17-6 after one quarter of play as Carter and Holden did all the scoring.
 
Early in the second period, the lead ballooned to 24-9 as Rachel Sarlls nailed a trey to force a Dayton timeout. Carter kept it going and scored on a easy drive to make it 28-9.
 
She then capped off the first half in style with a steal and then a spin move at the other end for the bucket and the lead was 35-14 at the break. 
 
The second half was much of the same as Sarlls and Carter connected on back-to-back three-pointers in the third quarter and the score was 46-19 and the Lady Eagles were on their way to another victory. 
 
Holden finished with nine points while Sarlls added eight points.
 
The Lady Broncos were led by Laila Beck with 20 points. 

OTHER SCORES

Sterling girls 50, C.E. King 38

Sterling (15-14, 3-5) got 14 points from Precious Johnson and 11 from Bailee St. Romain in the win.

Friendswood girls 59, REL 19

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