Sharyland Pioneer Girls Basketball NUTHIN' BUT NET! Tue, 02/11/2020 - 11:00pm When Sharyland Pioneer's Audrey Hornaday went down with a season-ending injury before the season even began, the loss of the star athlete put a big question to the rest of the Lady Diamondbacks. Who was gonna step up? The answer became apparent, especially in District 31-5A. They all stepped up. Riding a 13-game winning streak going into their final district contest, against a suprising 10-2 Rio Grande City squad, Pioneer has found answers all over its squad. Jordan Bravo, a defensive stalwart for the Lady Diamondbacks, found her offensive niche and is among the top scorers in the Rio Grande Valley, averaging 17 points per game. The team has found two pass-happy players to distribute the ball for teammates in sophomore Natalie Reyes and senior Adelaida Arroyo and, averaging 6.8 and 5.6 assists, respectively. Bravo, a sophomore, and senior Alexia Hernandez, a senior, also find themselves among the steal leaders with 4.3 and 4.0 steals per game. Those answers have turned Sharyland Pioneer into a team that can play both ends of the court. They defeated city rival Sharyland High 72-23 early in the season, jumping out to a 26-2 lead after one quarter. Against Palmview they only gave up 18 points. They have given up 25 or fewer points seven times this year. Other area teams that have clinched their district titles as the final week of regular season comes to a close include McAllen Memorial in District 30-6A, Brownsville Veterans in District 32-5A and Hidalgo for the fourth straight year in District 32-4A. Weslaco and Edinburg High, both state-ranked teams, remain tied atop District 31-6A, the two teams each winning on the home team's court, most recently Edinburg winning 59-39 at Weslaco High. ...PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today! Read more about Sharyland Pioneer Girls Basketball NUTHIN' BUT NET!