MACOMB — The Stonewall High School girls and boys’ basketball team rolled to a pair of road victories against overmatched Macomb Friday night.
The Lady Longhorns shut down the Lady Hornets 61-14 and the Longhorns bounced Macomb 64-29.
The Stonewall girls, ranked No. 16 in Class A, improved to 18-4 on the year and coach Wes Moreland’s SHS boys’ team — No. 5 in Class A — stayed perfect at 22-0.
Both SHS clubs will face stern tests Friday night with a road trip to Allen. The Lady Mustangs are ranked No. 5 in Class A and the Allen boys are sitting in the No. 9 spot.
Stonewall 61, Macomb 14
Stonewall got off to a blazing start, rolling to a 19-4 first-quarter lead. The Lady Longhorns kept up the pace in the second period, outscoring Macomb 20-6 to build a 39-10 halftime advantage.
Stonewall then limited the Lady Hornets to just two points in each of the final two frames.
Faith Ross led the way for Stonewall with 17 points and three steals. Carlee Gayler followed with 15 points on 5-of-8 shooting from the field. She also went 5-of-5 from the free-throw line and had three steals of her own.
Lilly Wyche was next with 12 points and also had five rebounds and four assists. Jayla Underwood also reached double figures for Stonewall with 11 points. She also had three of 11 SHS steals in the game.
Brenna Beauchamp led Macomb (2-17) with five points.
Stonewall 64, Macomb 29
Like their female counterparts, the Longhorns took control of the contest early. Stonewall raced out to a 31-4 lead to start the game and pushed that advantage to 53-8 by halftime.
The Hornets outscored Stonewall 21-11 in the second half, including outscoring the visitors 12-0 in the fourth period.
Mika Matt led the way for Stonewall with a game-high 23 points. He made one 3-pointer and went 4-for-4 at the free-throw line. He also had three steals.
Jamison Carrington finished with 12 points, four rebounds, and four assists for the Longhorns. Ashton Bierce just missed double figures with nine points but recorded a double-double with 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Cameron Richardson paced the Macomb offense with 12 points.