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H.S. Soccer & Softball Friday Scores

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East boys soccer stays in the 27-5A lead. Abraham Salazar with two goals and an assist as the Titans beat Foster, 3-2, at Memorial Stadium. Dylan Blough scored for East as it improved to 10-1-1 in district and is in first place with two district games left. East girls soccer, a perfect 12-0 in district after winning at Foster, 3-0. 

Titan girls defeated Foster 3-0.  Gabby Valenzuela scored in the 1st half off an assist by Kyleigh Spree-Kolos.  The 2nd half Valenzuela assisted Aysha Izaguirre with 7 minutes left.  At 1:07 left in the match, Faith Wood placed a beautiful corner kick in the air that Chloe Spencer headed in to the back of the net.  Reagan Gonzalez had 15 steals on defense.  Madisen Gay added 11.  Sandra Grifaldo shut out Foster in the first half with 6 saves.  Lily Leos kept the Falcons out of the net with 4 saves in the 2nd half.  The East Titans are now 12-0 in district with an overall record of 17-5-1.  They will not return to play their last 2 home games until after next week due to Spring Break.

West girls soccer falls to 7-5 in district after losing to Angleton, 3-1. Zen McKenzie got the Warriors only goal on a penalty kick in the second half. West boys now 1-9-2 in district after losing at Angleton, 2-0. East softball, now 2-1 in district after beating Lamar Consolidated, 17-1, in four innings at the Victoria Youth Sports Complex. Kaylynn Franklin had five RBI's and she was the winning pitcher, tossing a five-hitter with seven strikeouts. West softball loses at Terry, 12-1 in five, to fall to 1-2 in district.

Kyle Lowry scored 30 points, DeMar DeRozan had 23 and the Toronto Raptors beat Houston 108-105 on Friday night, snapping the Rockets' 17-game winning streak.
James Harden scored 40 points but the Rockets lost for the first time since Jan. 27 at New Orleans.
Jonas Valanciunas had 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Raptors won their seventh straight in a matchup between the respective conference leaders.
The Rockets shot 9 for 27 from 3-point range, matching their fewest made 3-pointers of the season.
Clint Capela had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Rockets. Chris Paul and Eric Gordon each scored 14 points, and Trevor Ariza had 13 as Houston's road winning streak ended at 10.
Houston tied it at 102 on Harden's 3 with 2:10 remaining, but DeRozan restored Toronto's lead with a jump shot with 1:49 left.
Paul missed a go-ahead 3 with 14 seconds to play, then fouled Lowry in the scramble for the rebound. Lowry made both, giving the Raptors a 106-102 lead with 10 seconds to go.
Gordon answered with a 3, making it a one-point game. Houston fouled Valanciunas, who made a pair to put Toronto up by 3 with 5.4 seconds to go.
Harden got the final shot but his deep 3 from the edge of the center court circle went short, giving the Raptors the win.
Lowry connected on his first five shots and scored 13 points in the opening quarter as Toronto led 32-16. The Rockets missed eight of their first 10 field goal attempts and shot 6 for 21 in the first, missing all five 3-point attempts. It was Houston's lowest-scoring first quarter of the season and just the second time they've failed to score at least 20 points in the first.
Harden scored nine points in the second but the Rockets continued to struggle from long range, making one of four 3-point shots. DeRozan had seven points for the Raptors, who led 58-43 at halftime.
Houston's only lower-scoring first half this season was a 39-point effort in a Feb. 26 win at Utah.
The Rockets were 1 for 12 from 3-point range before Harden drained back-to-back shots with 2:48 left in the third. Harden scored 14 in the third, overcoming nine points from Lowry, as Houston cut the deficit to 83-75 after three.
Rockets: F Ryan Anderson (left hip) missed his sixth straight game. ... Joe Johnson returned after missing the previous two games because of an illness. ... The Rockets had 62 points in the paint.
Raptors: Forward OG Anunoby (sprained right ankle) missed his fourth straight game. ... G Delon Wright (sprained right big toe) was unavailable after leaving Wednesday's win at Detroit. Wright initially suffered the injury in Tuesday's home win over Atlanta.
Rockets: Visit Dallas on Sunday. Houston has won seven straight in the series, its third-longest streak all-time.
Raptors: Visit New York on Sunday.

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