From AP and WDL reports

MIDLOTHIAN - The Arlington Lady Cougars (13-3, 3-0) went on a 12-0 run during the third quarter to hand the Midlothian Lady Panthers (8-9, 0-2) its second consecutive district loss.

Junior Post Amber Doolittle lead all scores with a game-high 14 points leading the Lady Cougars to a 50-25 victory Tuesday night in Midlothian.

The inside presence of Doolittle and junior post Alex Adekunie (6 points) were too much of the smaller Lady Panthers to handle.

Despite being down 11-2 going into the first quarter, The Lady Panthers made a valiant attempt to get back in the game. Sophomore guard Cameron Hartson, who finished with a team-high 9 points, led the second quarter surged.

“She’s is always going 100 miles per hour on the court,” Midlothian Head Coach Stephanie Upshaw said about Hartson. “She had a good game tonight.”

The Lady Panther were outscored 26-11 in the second half securing a third consecutive district victory for the Lady Cougars.

The Lady Panthers will go for its first district win by taking on the district leading Ennis Lady Lions (3-0) on Friday night in Ennis.

By Waxahachie Daily Light staff writer Anthony Davila.

E-mail Anthony at anthony.davila@wninews.com.

Half Price Student Night

Friday night will be 1/2 price student night at the Waxahachie-Red Oak game.

Students displaying valid Waxahachie High School identification will receive the special price.

Sports Scoreboard

Boys Basketball

Lancaster 70, Ennis 54

Midlothian 61, Arlington Seguin 58

Waxahachie 72, Corsicana 52

Palmer 56, Scurry-Rosser 48

Italy 70, Corsicana Mildred 68

Red Oak 60, Royse City 53

Girls Basketball

Arlington Seguin 50, Midlothian 25

Ennis 65, Lancaster 64

Waxahachie 44, Corsicana 40

Waxahachie 15 19 21 17 - 72

Corsicana 6 15 13 18 - 52

Corsicana: Johnny Guions, 15; Triston Jones, 9; LaQuintis Holbert, 8; Aaron Gant, 8; Kyle Townsell, 6; Matt Ward, 4.

Waxahachie: Jamison Sterns. 20; Ryan Wilson, 20; Gary Mason Jr., 11; Realus Chance, 8; Rodderick Jefferson, 5; Detrick Slaughter, 4; Derek Koch, 2; Dominque Carson, 2.

3-pointers: C: Guions (2), Gant (2), Holbert, Jones. W: Wilson (6), Sterns (2).

Corsicana 12 8 10 10 - 40

Waxahachie 9 7 10 18 - 44

Corsicana: Capricia Jones 14, Amari Dowell 12, Amber Wilkins 4, Amber Ames 5,

Brittany Winfrey 3, Tricie Fielder 2.

Waxahachie: Ravin Simmons 8, Amanda Mangan 8, Brittanya Sterns 7, P’Kandra Jordan

6, Chanel Miller 6, Shaquille Davis 4, Briana Jordan 3, Shelby Molengraaf

2.

Ennis 15 12 20 17 - 65

Lancaster 9 20 15 21 - 64

Ennis: Emily Rejcek 21, Tina Anderson 12, Brittney Washington 10, Kenetria Moore 8, Michelle English 5, Ashley Lewis 4, Sharna Polk 3, Shakela Hayden 2.

Lancaster: Alexandria Dews 19, Jericka Jenkins 18, Brittany Bush 9, Adriana Henderson 7, Ashley Starks 5, Bianca Fisher 4, Neosha White 2.

Arl. Seguin 9 15 15 11 - 65

Midlothian 2 12 2 9 - 25

ASGN: Amber Doolittle 14, Recca Trice 11, Briana Johnson 6, Alex Adekunie 6, Veronica Azubuike 5, Krista Summerville 4, Shameka Ethley 2, Kevin Phipps 2.

Midlothian: Cameron Hartson 9, Lauren Ramsey 6, Meghan Morrow 4, Rachael Walters 2, Nicole Hulshouser 2, Natalie Ruud 2.

Midlothian 11 14 20 16 - 61

Arl. Seguin 18 10 16 14 - 58

Midlothian: Brett land 21, Caleb Russell 14, Riley Plante 12, Derek Bryant 10, Chris Windson 2, Jeremy Charles 2.

ASGN: Jeremiah Ford 15, Bryant Huynh 13, Ciante Evans 8, Tuan Vu 7, DeAndrew Brown 6, David Butler 4, Jordan Suber 3, Michael Martin 2.

Lancaster 20 14 20 16 - 70

Ennis 11 14 12 17 - 54

Lancaster: Tacolby Jackson 24, Daniel Skinner 17, Dearis Johnson 11, Jocolby Anderson 10, Michale Kyser 6, John Bohanon 2.

Ennis: Randall Tarrant 27, Jaron Joseph 10, Michael Warren 8, Devin Davis 5, Cortney Brooks 4.

Palmer 14 12 16 14 - 56

Scurry-Ros 11 14 9 14 - 48

SR: Chad Wumlinger 13, Mike Jones 11, Brent Austin 7, Xavier Pruitt 6, Caleb Woolston 4, Jeramie Thompson 3, Alan Shavers 2, Chris Ponder 2.

Palmer: T.J. Barnes 18, Trenton Harris 17, Chris Rhodes 9, Trent Elizarrarez 3, Jordan Greenlee 2, Raul Ramirez 2, Joel McIntyer 2, Sean Godding 2, Jason Gradberg 1.

Red Oak 20 14 12 14 - 60

Royse City 12 14 14 13 - 53

Royse City: Justin Curtchfield 12, Scotty Arterberry 11, Chris Smith 10, Justin Jacobs 9, Dustin Petersen 8, Wynn Posey 3.

Red Oak: Melvin Johnson 28, Greg Edwards 13, Tervor Conner 7, Guy Edwards 4, George Hinchen 3, Chaz Daniels 2, Jeramie Thibodeaux 2, Josh Mitchell 1.

PRO BOWL

IRVING (AP) — Forget the standings. The real star power of the Dallas Cowboys was revealed in the list of Pro Bowl selections. Sure, Terrell Owens made the cut Tuesday, as did Jessica Simpson’s new squeeze, Tony Romo. Reliable tight end Jason Witten — remember his long gain without a helmet earlier this season? — and hulking left tackle Flozell Adams were picked, too. By Sports Writer Jaime Aron.

Baseball

(AP) The topic of his talk to a convention of Texas high school baseball coaches next month was going to be how to stay in shape. It took on a whole new meaning when their guest speaker, Roger Clemens, was given a starring role in the Mitchell Report. The greatest pitcher of his generation denied again Tuesday that he ever used performance-enhancers of any kind. But Clemens did it from a safe distance again, this time in a statement, issued by his agent instead of his lawyer. Yet he found time early in the afternoon to pick up the phone and call one of those coaches to say he'd still come and talk if they'd have him. By Sports Columnist Jim Litke.

BASKETBALL

HOUSTON — Billy Gillispie has accomplished something Rick Pitino also did in his first year at Kentucky. He's lost four games in a row. By Sports Writer Chris Duncan.

AUSTIN — Texas slugged its way through a tough battle on its home court. Now comes a Top Ten test for the unbeaten Longhorns. D.J. Augustin scored 24 points and the fourth-ranked Longhorns beat Oral Roberts 66-56 on Tuesday night, a close game in a season full of blowouts. By Sports Writer Jim Vertuno.

hockey

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — That third time, apparently, was the charm. Sent to a fourth straight shootout, the Oilers' luck finally ran out when Dallas' Sergei Zubov scored the only goal to end Edmonton's three-game shootout winning streak with a 2-1 Stars victory Tuesday night.

FOOTBALL

ATLANTA (AP) - Bill Parcells could become the Atlanta Falcons’ vice president of football operations, a role that would put him in charge of finding the team's next coach.

Parcells is considering an offer to join the team's front office, a person familiar with the negotiations said on condition of anonymity because talks were ongoing.

Rich McKay, the team’s president and general manager since December 2003, did not immediately return a phone message on Tuesday night.

The offer was first reported by ESPN.com.

Falcons owner Arthur Blank declined comment when asked about Parcells late Tuesday night.

Parcells’ agent, Jimmy Sexton, did not immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.

Emmitt Thomas is 0-1 as Atlanta's interim head coach, a job he inherited when Bobby Petrino resigned suddenly a week ago. Petrino went 3-10 with the Falcons before taking the Arkansas job.

Parcells resigned in January after four years as the Dallas coach. During a 19-year career that also included coaching the New York Giants, New England Patriots and New York Jets, Parcells made it to three Super Bowls, winning twice with the Giants.

Known best for a gruff demeanor and colorful quotes, Parcells left coaching with the ninth-most wins in NFL history and a career record of 183-138-1. He was 34-32 in Dallas, including 0-2 in the postseason.

"I am in good health and feel lucky to have been able to coach in the NFL for an extended period of time," Parcells said when he left the Cowboys. "I leave the game and the NFL with nothing but good feelings and gratitude to all the players, coaches and other people that have assisted me in that regard."