McKinney Boyd just missed the playoffs, despite winning its regular season finale.
McKinney Boyd 39, South Garland 37 (OT): The Broncos won their season finale in overtime Tuesday, however they missed the playoffs by just a game. Boyd and South Garland each finished 6-8 in District 10-5A — tied for fifth place — while fourth-place Garland finished 7-7 after beating Sachse on Tuesday night. Martez Butler led Boyd with 11 points. Boyd led 19-13 at halftime but South Garland rallied to tie it at 34 before the end of regulation.
McKinney High 80, Rockwall-Heath 56: The Lions, who are playoff bound, won their regular season finale in easy fashion. Jonathan Shannon led the Lions with 29 points. MHS finished 10-4 in 10-4A and will be the No. 2 seed from the district in the playoffs, which start later this week. District champ Highland Park finished 14-0, the only team ahead of MHS.
Richardson Pearce 62, McKinney North 49: The Bulldogs fell behind 33-25 in their regular season finale on Tuesday and couldn’t recover. Collin Curran led North with 15 points while Julion Pearre added 11. North finished the season with two straight losses and four in their past five games. Nonetheless, North did qualify for the playoffs with an 8-6 record in 10-4A, which was better than Pearce’s 6-8 mark.
Colleyville Covenant Christian 72, McKinney Christian 47: The Mustangs’ season ended Tuesday with a loss to Covenant Christian in the opening round of the TAPPS playoffs. Zach Bollinger led MCA with 20 points. Kaelen Malone added 15. MCA trailed 34-18 at the half and never got back in it. The Mustangs finished with a 10-19 record.