The Robstown Cottonpickers got swept from Flour Bluff Friday night at Robstown High School gym.
The boys team were swarmed by the Hornets 73-44.
Four players from Flour Bluff scored in double figures, led by Jasmine Evans with 15 points.
Stephen Shores scored 13 points and Michael Ayala and Brian Spears both had 12.
Robstown's Mike Castaneda was the leading scorer of the game with 18 points.
The Hornets outscored the Cottonpickers in every single quarter.
Flour Bluff only allowed 12 points in the first half to Robstown.
At the half, the Hornets were ahead 33-12.
Although Flour Bluff had the game in the bag, they poured out 28 points in the fourth quarter against the Cottonpickers 19. Robstown fell to 1-6 in district after its loss to the Hornets.
Robstown has two games left in the regular season as they face the Tuloso-Midway Warriors this Friday night at home. They finish the regular season against the H.M. King Brahmas, next Tuesday at H.M. King High School.
As for the Robstown Lady Pickers, they had a small chance of getting a playoff spot last week, but after Friday night's close loss to the Lady Hornets, they will have to wait another year against a new district.
Robstown lost to Flour Bluff, 52-49.
Amanda Ysassi led the way for the Lady Pickers scoring 16 points. Lady Hornet Ashley Darley was the leading scorer in the game with 17.
Robstown held its own in the first quarter, down 12-11. They came back in the second quarter outscoring Flour Bluff, 14-9, to take over the lead at halftime, 25-21.
The Lady Pickers pulled slightly away in the third quarter ending it with a six-point lead, 36-30.
Flour Bluff roared back scoring when it mattered most in the fourth quarter with a 22-point fourth quarter that turned things around for Robstown.
The loss took the Lady Pickers out of playoff contention falling to 3-6 in district. They played its final game of the season against the Alice Lady Coyotes, Tuesday night.