Bloomington’s playoff run cut short; Goliad girls advance

Bloomington boys basketball played its first playoff game in 15 years on Monday in Beeville. The Bobcats’ postseason was cut short, though, as San Diego beat them 79-70 in overtime.

The Bobcats were trailing in the 3A bi-district game, but battled back to tie it up 70-70 and send the game into overtime. The Vaqueros then put up nine points to hand the Bobcats the loss.

For Bloomington, Raymond Martinez led the team with 27 points. Demarcus Bryant added 22 points for the Bobcats.

The Bloomington boys end the season with a record of 16-19.

In girls basketball playoff action, Goliad beat Skidmore-Tynan 40-26 in the regional quarterfinals on Monday. The Tigerettes (27-7) advance to the regional semifinals, where they will face the winner of Tuesday night’s Palacios vs. Marion game. The semifinal game will take place Friday night at 6 p.m. at Seguin High School.