Mya Williams and Cassidy Morgan continued to fill the basket but were not enough to help lead the Waxahachie Lady Indians to a road victory Tuesday against Mansfield Summit.
The Lady Jaguars picked up a crucial late-season win, 65-51, to break a three-way tie in the District 7-6A standings.
Waxahachie opened the game with a 19-point first quarter and added 21 more in the third quarter but combined for just 11 points in the second and fourth quarters, which included four in the fourth.
Williams scored a team-high 15 points and grabbed five rebounds, while Morgan tallied 14 points.
Rayna Ross contributed nine points and seven boards. Paris Gantt also scored nine points and pulled down four rebounds.
Jordan McGee and Ja'Kyah Head both added two points to the cause.
Waxahachie is now 4-4 in the 7-6A standings and tied with South Grand Prairie for the final district playoff spot. The two teams trail Mansfield Summit (5-3 in 7-6A) for the third spot. Still-unbeaten Cedar Hill and one-loss DeSoto remain atop the standings.
The Lady Indians return to action at 6 p.m. Friday at home against South Grand Prairie, who they fell to on Dec. 14, 70-49.