Dublin's basketball teams were bidding for their third straight wins in District 7-2A Tuesday night. Host Cisco had other plans.

The Lions cut a 10-point deficit to two in the fourth quarter, but couldn't sustain the momentum in a 51-41 loss.

Abel Aguilar pumped 19 points through the net while collecting five rebounds, three assists and three steals to lead the Lions, who were fighting from behind after Cisco won the first quarter 17-9.

Zoey Kendall and Devan Thompson scored eight each for Dublin, while Dirk DeVries added four and Cade Hill two.

In girls play, the Lady Loboes jumped ahead 23-6 by the end of the first quarter en rout to an 81-43 beating of the Lady Lions.

Amber James scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds, while Carley Belew also scored eight for Dublin.

Sydney Beck had six points for the Lady Lions, London Jones and Faith Faulkner each added five and Shelbey Templeton contributed three.

Dublin is back home Friday for a 7-2A doubleheader with Breckenridge. Sub-varsity teams start at 4 p.m., varsity girls play at 6:30 and varsity boys follow at 8.