In girls play, day one of the Lingleville tournament belonged to Hico. Days two and three never happened.
The Lady Tigers hit four three pointers and scored 12 points in the first minute of a 58-25 thumping of Kopperl, then turned back host Lingleville 30-17, both Thursday.
The winter storm that swept through the region forced the cancellation of Friday and Saturday's games.
Head coach Brad Stegall said the first minute of action against Kopperl was stunning even to him.
"We came out on fire, and I mean on fire," Stegall said. "We hit our first four shots, all threes, and led 12-0 after the first minute."
He was pleased with the way his team played the rest of the day, too.
"We're actually playing pretty well overall right now, so I'm pleased," he said. "We would have liked to have played the whole weekend, but at least we were able to get two games in."
Kelsey Warren hit five 3-pointers and scored 17 points to lead the Lady Tigers against Kopperl. Kaylee Roach added 13 points, Ashlyn Underwood 12, Michaela Gephart eight, Christy Zwart four and Ashley McLain four.
Roach netted 11 against Lingleville, while Zwart had six, Underwood four, Julia McDonald four, McLain three and Gephart two.
The Lady Tigers visit Tolar at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday following a 4 p.m. junior varsity game.