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FRIDAY BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Edison edges Lanier in overtime to open 28-4A season

Central Catholic fends off Sam Houston for 8th-straight win

TEAMS INCLUDED: Brackenridge, Central Catholic, Edison, Fox Tech, Harlandale, Highlands, Lanier, Memorial, Sam Houston, Southside.

Edison outscored the host Voks 10-7 in overtime to win 59-46 at Lanier Friday in the District 28-4A season opener for both teams. It was the fifth win in six games for the Golden Bears (12-9).

Lanier (14-4, 0-1), ranked No. 20 in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches state Class 4A poll, led 15-7 after one quarter and 31-23 at halftime. Edison began its comeback by outscoring the Voks 14-7 in the third quarter.

Junior Lorenzo Vela led Edison with 22 points. Senior Justin Torres added 11 points and Jared Zapata scored 10.

For Lanier, senior Ajax Reyes scored a team-high 20 points. Rodrigo Garcia also was in double figures with 10 points. Senior post Nicholas Garcia finished with nine points.

Central Catholic 67, Sam Houston 62

The Buttons (11-6) won their eighth-consecutive game Friday at Sam Houston (8-7). Central Catholic rolleto a 40-19 halftime lead, but the Hurricanes made it close in the end.

Senior guard P.J. Escobar led Central Catholic with 24 points. Tony Lewis contributed 15 points. Chris Paz scored eight

For the Sam Houston, senior Jordon Harris was the top scorer with 17 points. Juwan Anderson scored 13 points. Sophomore Raymonte Prime chipped in with 10. Robert Christian provided eight points.

Highlands 71, Burbank 65

The Owls (6-10, 1-0) notched their second solid victory of the week, defeating Burbank (8-9, 0-1) Friday at Lanier on the first night of District 28-4A season.

Highlands, which defeated Southwest in overtime Tuesday, established an 18-12 lead in the first quarter but the Bulldogs were within four points entering the final quarter.

Sophomore DeMarcus Hartfield led the Owls with 21 points. Jamaria Moody scored 12 points. Jacob Cedillo, Joseph Jackson, JerMichael Shirley and Xavier Long all had seven points apiece.

Moses Montalvo led a typically balanced Bulldogs lineup with 12 points. Michael Mascorro and Jordan Santos each contributed eight points.

Harlandale 66, Medina Valley 44

Harlandale (9-4, 1-0) blitzed Medina Valley (9-10, 0-1) Friday in Castroville, outscoring the Panthers 44-10 in the first half.

Joshua Rodriguez supplied a team-best 13 points for  Harlandale. Armando Guerrero, George Rodriguez and Guy Vargas each finished with 10 points. Ram Torres recorded nine points.

Brackenridge 68, Fox Tech 32

The Eagles (10-9, 1-0) started their District 28-4A season with a commanding win over the Buffaloes (1-16, 0-1) Friday at Brackenridge.

Sophomore post Richard Wallace led Brackenridge with 16 points. Nathan Avila scored 11 points and Everett Patino added eight.

Senior Santos Vargas scored 10 points for Fox Tech.

Memorial 81, Southside 64

The Minutemen (6-12, 1-0) raced to a 37-21 halftime lead over the Cardinals (5-14, 0-1) in the District 28-4A opener for both teams Friday at Edgewood Gym.

Junior guard Bryan Obregon led Memorial with 28 points. Xavier Abrigo contributed 19 points. Senior Joe Aguilar scored 14.

Junior David Garza was the leading scorer for Southside, scoring 21 points. Post Drevon Brown added 19.

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About Mike Considine (1265 Articles)
I started this blog as an extension of the sports stories I've been doing as an independent contractor for the Southside Reporter the past five years. I've been a sportswriter for more than 35 years, including two stints with the late, lamented San Antonio Light. I cover high school football for the San Antonio Express-News in the fall. My purpose, in creating this blog, is to shine a light on the athletic achievements of teams and athletes on the south side of San Antonio.

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