The Breckenridge Lady Bucks opened the second phase of district play with a strong performance against No. 15 state- ranked Cisco.
The Lady Bucks lost 42-28 on Tuesday. Cisco won the earlier meeting 72-26.
Breckenridge led throughout much of the first period. The Lady Bucks trailed 9-8 after the first quarter.
Cisco built a 20-13 lead headline into the halftime break.
"I thought we executed the game plan perfectly in the first quarter," Lady Bucks coach Ky Graham said. "We were getting very high quality shots and were patient on offense."
Cisco went on a 12-0 run over a five-minute stretch in the third quarter to pull away from the Lady Bucks.
Breckenridge trailed 37-17 after the third quarter ended.
"Cisco came out in a man defense in the third quarter and forced some turnovers," Graham said. "They went on a run and that changed the game. I was pleased with how we played against a very strong team."
Junior post Megan Herrington led the team in scoring with 12 points.
Junior guard Hanna Singleton chipped in with 10 points.
Freshman Alexa Medina added four points while junior Landre Griffin had two points.
Mackenzie Busby led Cisco with 15 points.
Singleton and freshman Madison Hatchett each grabbed five rebounds to lead the team.
Medina, Griffin and Herrington had two rebounds apiece while senior Ashly Fambro and sophomore Nocona Swindell had one rebound each.
Swindell and Herrington each had one steal.
The Lady Bucks (11-15, 3-5) are back in action at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, when they travel to Eastland.