Bishop Lynch tops Wylie for Polk-Key City title

The Wylie girls basketball team finally met its match in the championship game of the Polk-Key City Classic, falling 67-57 to private school power Dallas Bishop Lynch in Saturday’s title game to finish one win shy of defending last year’s crown at Hardin-Simmons’ Mabee Complex.

Jim Ned, meanwhile, bounced back from its semifinal loss to the Lady Friars on Friday to cruise past Odessa High 58-36 and take third place for the second year in a row in Texas’ longest-running girls basketball tournament.

Bishop Lynch completed a perfect 4-0 run through the PKC field, defeating the tournament’s two most recent champions — the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Indians — to do it. Tournament MVP Endyia Rogers was a catalyst in both of those victories, following Friday’s 16-point effort against Jim Ned with 26 points in the title game Saturday.

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