The Flying Queens are spotlighted in two chapters, while former coaches Harley Redin and Dean Weese, former Queen Bee Marsha Sharp, and former Pioneer Joe Lombard are featured in their own chapters.
For nearly a century the Panhandle & South Plains of Texas has ruled girls’ basketball in the state of Texas. The Panhandle & South Plains of Texas, with nine percent of the high schools in Texas, has won 40 percent of the UIL state championships and played in the state finals nearly 60 percent of the time.
The four universities have been just as dominating. Wayland Baptist University won 10 AAU national championships and nine runners-up, holds the national collegiate record with 1,682 (and counting) victories, and finished as the NAIA Division I national runner-up twice. Texas Tech University boasts an NCAA Division I national championship. West Texas A&M is the only university in Texas with an NCAA Division II national runner-up, and has done it twice. Lubbock Christian University is the only university in Texas with an NCAA Division II national championship, and has won two of these championships plus an NAIA Division I runner-up.
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