The Airline Lady Vikings, Benton Lady Tigers, Bossier Lady Kats and Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing Lady Lions won girls district basketball games Friday night.
In District 1-5A, Airline edged host Parkway 42-41 on Tasha Shiflett’s free throw with 3.5 seconds left.
In District 1-4A, Benton knocked off homestanding Woodlawn 61-49.
In District 1-3A, Bossier rolled past North DeSoto 75-53 in Stonewall. In District 1-1A, New Tech stopped Ringgold 71-34.
At Parkway, Airline rallied from a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter.
Nikki Bryant, who led the Lady Vikes (11-15, 3-4) with 13 points, hit a couple of key free throws late in the game. Shiflett chipped in with eight points.
Halle Washington led Parkway (3-19, 2-5) with 15 points, and Tyiesha Kidd had 12.
With three games left, Airline still has an outside shot of making the playoffs as a wild-card team.
Benton (14-8, 4-2) is still in the hunt for the District 1-4A title. The Lady Tigers, who host Northwood Tuesday, are just one game behind district leader Huntington in the loss column.
Four Lady Tigers scored in double figures against Woodlawn — Megan Fream (20), Destiney Wallace (16), Madi Sessions (14) and Gabby Jackson (11).
At Stonewall, Bossier led by just three at the half but outscored the Lady Griffins 38-19 in the second.
Tiffany Lynn led the Lady Kats with 22 points and Bree Williams had 13.
Bossier (14-12, 3-1) shares the 1-4A lead with Loyola (19-9, 3-1). The Lady Kats and Lady Flyers face off Tuesday night at Loyola with the winner earning a share of the district title.
At Plain Dealing, New Tech senior Dennisha Chambers continued her sensational season, scoring 48 points in the win over Ringgold.
The Lady Lions (11-8, 4-0) clinched at least a share of the District 1-1A title.
In District 1-5A, Haughton fell to Byrd 55-33 at home. The Lady Bucs (17-9, 3-4) are still in a solid position to receive a wild-card playoff berth.