GIRLS BASKETBALL FRIDAY ROUNDUP: Harlandale opens 29-4A season with road win

Southwest keeps hot streak going with win at Smithson Valley

TEAMS INCLUDED:Brackenridge, Edison, Harlandale, Highlands, Holy Cross, Kennedy, Lanier, South San, Southwest.

Harlandale (12-7, 1-0) held the host Coyotes (6-7, 0-1) to two second-quarter points Friday on the way to a 47-32 victory in Uvalde on the opening night of District 29-4A season.

Senior post Connie Garza led the Indians with 14 points. Sophomore guard Justyne Perez chipped in with 12.

In other 29-4A first-night games, Southside (9-8, 1-0) defeated McCollum (4-11, 0-1) 56-40, Floresville (11-10, 1-0) downed Kennedy (5-7, 0-1) and Medina Valley (10-6, 1-0) thumped Memorial (4-12, 0-1) 65-22.

Southwest 65, Smithson Valley 51

Southwest (14-5) bolted to a 22-13 lead in the first quarter and used the momentum to win its third-consecutive game Friday at  Smithson Valley.

Dragons statistics were unavailable. Elizabeth Cathcart led Smithson Valley with 21 points and 15 rebounds.

Lanier 55, Edison 22

The Voks (7-11, 4-1) established an 11-point halftime lead, then held off a furious comeback from the Golden Bears (7-14, 1-3) to win by two points the Friday at Edison.

Lanier took charge 15-9 in the first quarter. Edison roared back to outscore the Voks 29-20 in the second half in the District 28-4A game.

Voks sophomore Ruby Garza scored 18 points for the second-straight game. Sabrina Cortinas and Amanda Reyes each added 12 points.

Senior point guard Marisa Salas led Edison with 15 points, four assists and four steals. Rachel Campos (8 points) had a team-high six steals and Jasmin Chapa made five. Hannah Diano led the Golden Bears with 11 rebounds and Jody Alatorre grabbed eight.

Brackenridge 67, Highlands 45

The Eagles (16-4, 4-0) took charge early and controlled the District 28-4A game to maintain its perfect league record Friday at Highlands (14-9, 3-2).

Brackenridge outscored the Owls 15-4 in the first quarter. By halftime, the Eagles had a 39-19 advantage.

Senior Miranda Acuna led Brackenridge with 19 points. Skyler Reyna scored 15. Breeann Hernandez and Tevis Thomas each was credited with 10 points. Senior post Keimoria Wiseman finished with eight points.

Sophomores Jazmine Jackson and Aaliyah Prince led Highlands with 19 and 18 points, respectively.

South San ISD Tournament

Holy Cross (9-12) and South San (7-9) each won a pair of games Friday in the South San Tournament.

South San defeated Roma 49-43 and lost 53-43 to Lytle. Senior Kimberly Tobias led the Bobcats with 17 points against Roma. Kassandra Valadez added nine.

Lytle also victimized the Knights, handing them a 50-40 loss. Holy Cross won 44-36 over Roma. Joslyn Flores and Brianna Salinas each scored 15 for the Knights against Roma. Kat Rangel contributed nine points.

BOYS BASKETBALL MIDWEEK REPORT: Indians off to fast start in Harlandale ISD Tournament

Central Catholic, South San also victorious on Day 1

TEAMS INCLUDED: Central Catholic, Harlandale, Holy Cross, McCollum, South San.

Harlandale, Central Catholic and South San all were winners as the annual Harlandale ISD

Tournament got underway Thursday at Harlandale.

Harlandale won two games, defeating Seguin 80-65 and Laredo Johnson 55-50.

Senior post Ram Torres led the Indians with 16 points against Johnson. George Rodriguez added 16 points and Armando Guerrero scored eight.

In Harlandale’s opening game against Seguin, Guerrero led a balanced lineup with 15 points. Torres and Joshua Rodriguez had 14 apiece. Senior Brandon Ramon also was in double figures with 13.  Rodriguez had nine.

Central Catholic won its fourth-consecutive game, defeating McCollum 90-65 in its first tourney contest.

Junior post Tony Lewis erupted for a game-high 29 points for Central Catholic. Senior Chad Plummer contributed 20 points. Daniel Kellum (14 points) and P.J. Escobar (10) also scored in double figures.

Nathan Martinez led the Cowboys with 23 points. Freshman Roger Martinez, Danny Lerma and Steve Villarreal all chipped in with eight points.

South San defeated Jefferson 52-44 in another opening-day game. Senior Eric Alcozer led the Bobcats with 20 points. Olando Lopez scored 14 and Sammy Rodriguez added 12 for South San.

A. Frier was the only double-digit scorer for Jefferson (). Tony Lopez scored nine points and Andrew Garcia had eight.

Central Catholic 84, Roosevelt 55

The Buttons (7-6) tuned up for the Harlandale ISD Tournament with an impressive non-district win Wednesday over Roosevelt (4-14) at Littleton Gym.

Central Catholic outscored the Roughriders 48-27 in the second half.

Escobar led five Central Catholic double-figure scorers. Escobar recorded 18 points. Plummer added 15 points. Lewis finished with 11. Seniors Stuart Lynch and Kellum provided 10 apiece.


GIRLS BASKETBALL MIDWEEK REPORT: Holy Cross defeats rival Providence

Rockets take off in second half for comfortable win at Pearsall

TEAMS INCLUDED:Brackenridge, East Central, Edison, Fox Tech, Harlandale, Highlands, Holy Cross, Kennedy, Lanier, Providence, Sam Houston, Southwest, Young Women’s Leadership Academy.

The Knights (8-11) defeated rival Providence (2-11) 40-19 Tuesday at Holy Cross, led by senior Julia Flores and sophomore Kat Rangel.

Flores scored 12 points and Rangel also reached double figures with 10 for Holy Cross. The Knights’ Brianna Salinas scored seven points.

Freshman Esther Knodell was the Pro-vets’ top scorer with six points.

Kennedy 46, Pearsall 34

The Rockets (5-7) overcame a 14-10 halftime deficit for a decisive victory Tuesday at Pearsall (9-12). The Rockets scored just one point in the second quarter, but outscored the Mavericks 36-20 over the next two.

Sophomore Cameron Orta led Kennedy to its second-consecutive win with 17 points. Gisela Sanchez contributed15 points and Esmeralda Manzanares produced eight in the non-district game.

Southwest 66, Alamo Heights 60

Southwest (13-5) established a 31-28 halftime lead and held off Alamo Heights in the second half for a non-district victory Tuesday.

Dragons statistics were unavailable. Emily Weyand scored 29 for the Mules (3-7).

East Central 61, Sam Houston 30

The Hornets (7-10) limited Sam Houston (1-12) to two first-quarter points and outscored the Hurricanes 25-10 in the first half Tuesday at East Central’s Bonewitz Center.

Freshman Brittany Rodgers recorded one of her best scoring outputs of the season with 19 points. Post Janik Alexander-Smith supplied 13 points. Senior Claudia Flores scored eight.

For the Hurricanes, junior Dajah Thomas contributed a team-high nine points.

MLeadership Academy in a District 28-4A game at Fox Tech.

Lanier 55, Fox Tech 22

The Voks (6-11, 3-1) got a battle from Fox Tech (4-12, 1-3) in the first half of District 28-4A, but Lanier’s defense stepped up after halftime. It limited the visitors to just three points in the last 16 minutes.

The Buffaloes were within 24-19 at the half. Junior Carla Ponce was Fox Tech’s top scorer with six points.

Sophomore Ruby Garza led the three Voks in double figures with 18 points. Sabrina Cortinas added 14 points and Ashley Lopez contributed 10.

Highlands 54, Edison 46

Highlands (14-8, 3-1) gained some separation from the Golden Bears (7-13, 1-2) with a 25-point second quarter Tuesday at Edison and hung on for the District 28-4A victory.

Junior Alexis Darden led the Owls with one of her best offensive performances of the season. Darden scored 17. Freshman Kiara Pesina chipped in with 11 points. Stephanie Munoz scored nine points. Jazmine Jackson and Jina Lackey had eight apiece.

Senior point guard Marisa Salas produced a game-high 20 points for Edison.

Brackenridge 74, YWLA 16

The Eagles (15-4, 3-0)  in a District 28-4A game Tuesday at Brackenridge. Brackenridge held YWLA (1-10, 0-4) to two points in the first half.

Senior substitute Brittney Morales led Brackenridge with 17 points. Miranda Acuna supplied 16 points and Breeann Hernandez scored 11.

Clarissa Castro scored five points for the Cardinals.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Edison builds on tourney performance with win over Kennedy

Kennedy came out in an aggressive, attacking mode Tuesday at Edison. They discovered that the host Golden Bears’ counter-attack can be devastating.

Edison (9-6) scored eight unanswered points to finish the first quarter after Kennedy (2-12) pulled within a basket with 3:21 left in the period. A three-point shot from Cristobal Casas had made it 7-5.

The Golden Bears, coming off an impressive showing at the Marble Falls Tournament last weekend, followed that mini-run with a 25-4 run that concluded the third quarter. Edison won the non-district contest 71-45.

“We were fortunate,” Edison coach Art Vela said of the tournament. “We played in the tough bracket. That experience is really going to help us.

“We were playing sloppy basketball tonight, but we figured out that they had competed at a higher level last weekend (and adjusted). That tournament will give us good experience going into district.”

The Golden Bears spurt began with consecutive three-pointers from Lorenzo Vela, the coach’s son. A layup by Jared Zapata off an assist from Justin Torres ended the first half with Edison leading 15-5.

The young Rockets stayed close with a rare five-point possession early in the second quarter.

Isaac Castro drew a three-point play opportunity 37 seconds into the second quarter. Castro wasn’t able to convert the resulting free throw, but teammate Mark Esquivel was in position for the rebound. He passed the ball out to Keith Colorado, who spotted up for a three-pointer that made it 15-10.

Kennedy was within 31-21 at the half and closed to 36-25 after the Golden Bears began the second half with an 5-2 spurt.

“They are coming around,” second-year Rockets coach David Alonzo said of his team. “We lost two big scorers from last year. These guys are learning to rely on each other.”



GIRLS BASKETBALL: This week’s results (updated Dec. 14)

NOTE: teams we cover are in boldface

Games of Dec. 8-14

Tuesday’s results

District 28-4A

Lanier (6-11 ???, 3-1) 55, Fox Tech (4-10, 1-3) 22

Highlands (14-8, 3-1) 54, Edison (7-11, 1-2) 46

Brackenridge (15-4, 3-0) 74, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-9, 0-4) 16

Brennan (13-0, 4-0) 82, Jefferson (6-9, 1-3) 21


Laredo Johnson (???) 70, South San (5-8 ???) 64

Kennedy (5-6 ???) 46, Pearsall (9-12) 34

Lytle (5-4 ???) 39, Southside (8-8) 36

Southwest (13-5) 66, Alamo Heights (3-7 ???) 60

Holy Cross (8-11) 40, Providence (2-11) 19

East Central (7-9) 61, Sam Houston (1-12 ???) 30

Antonian (11-6) 65, Burbank (3-13 ???) 24

Thursday’s results


South San Tournament

AREA TEAMS – Holy Cross (7-11), South San (5-7 ???), Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-8). FINALS – Saturday.

Friday’s results

District 28-4A

Brackenridge (16-4, 4-0) 67, Highlands (14-9, 3-2) 45

Brennan (14-0, 5-0) 82, Burbank (3-12 ???, 0-4) 14

Jefferson (7-9, 2-3) 60, Fox Tech (4-10, 1-3) 22

Lanier (7-11 ???, 4-1) 46, Edison (7-14, 1-3) 44

District 29-4A

Harlandale (12-7, 1-0) 47, Uvalde (6-7, 0-1) 32

Southside (9-8, 1-0) 56, McCollum (4-11, 0-1) 40

Floresville (11-10, 1-0) 63, Kennedy (5-7???, 0-1) 40

Medina Valley (10-6, 1-0) 65, Memorial (4-12 ???, 0-1) 22


Wagner (8-7) 55, East Central (7-11) 27

Incarnate Word (13-6) 41, Sam Houston (1-13 ???) 16

Southwest (14-5) 65, Smithson Valley (6-10) 51

South San Tournament

Lytle (7-4 ???) 53,  South San (7-9 ???) 43

Mission (???) 59, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-12) 48

Holy Cross (8-12) 44, Roma (???) 36

Lytle (7-4 ???) 50, Holy Cross (8-12) 40

South San (7-9 ???) 49, Roma (???) 43

Corpus Christi King (???) 49, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-12) 15

Saturday’s games


South San Tournament

South San (8-10 ???) 46, Holy Cross (9-13) 43 

New Braunfels (7-6) 54, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-14) 14

Corpus Christi King (???) 77, South San (8-10 ???) 61

Holy Cross (9-13) 57, Mission (???) 38

Roma (???) 38, Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-14) 25

BOYS BASKETBALL WEEKEND REPORT: Perseverance enables South San to outlast Tigers, reach consolation title game

East Central takes second place in SAISD Tourney

TEAMS INCLUDED: Burbank, East Central, Harlandale, McCollum, Sam Houston, South San, Southwest.

In tournaments, teams need to have short memories. They can’t afford losses linger in their minds, because another game typical is only a few short hours away.

South San (5-4) absorbed a 70-52 loss to TMI in a morning game last Friday at the Durbon Center. A win would have placed the Bobcats in the top four of the 76th annual South San ISD Tournament. The loss put them in the Winner’s Consolation Bracket.

In the evening, the Bobcats battled through a tight game against Floresville (3-6) to win 59-58 at the overtime buzzer when substitute guard Johnnie Crisp nailed a three-point shot off an assist from David Valdez.

“Olando (Lopez) pushed the ball upcourt and I saw him pass the ball to David,” Crisp said. “I was just there (at the three-point line). I shot it, and it felt good.”

With that shot, Crisp went from the Bobcats’ unsung hero to the guy who sank the shot South San fans will long remember. He only had one point when he released the ball.

That type of heroics are becoming commonplace with this year’s South San team.  Three of the team’s five victories have been decided by five points or fewer.

“We have three seniors with three years of varsity experience each,” South San coach Ray Carroll said. “They have been in some very close games throughout the years. They know what they need to do when the game’s on the line.

“This year, we’ve been able to pull through at the end. A lot of that’s due to our level of experience.”

Burbank, Harlandale, South San and Southwest were the only area teams to win two games in the 34-team touranament.

Harlandale (5-4) also advanced to the winner’s consolation bracket, where it notched an important 42-41 win over Antonian (10-3) last Saturday in its final game. Burbank (5-5) took a different path, winning its first two games 65-63 over Southwest (3-7) and 73-67 over Jay (6-7) to reach the quarterfinals.

In addition to the Antonian win, Harlandale lost a tight 75-70 game Friday against Brennan, which finished fourth in the tournament. Indians junior Jesus Maltos scored 22 points and senior Armando Guerrero had 16. Jordan Murphy scored 26 points for the Bears.

“I liked the pace of play,” Harlandale coach Chris Adamek said. “Their Division I star (Murphy), I think is the best player in San Antonio. He made his plays, but I thought we played him really well. We didn’t give him an inch. We didn’t back down.”

Brandon Ramon led a balanced Indians lineup against Antonian with nine points.

The opening-game loss put Southwest in the consolation bracket, but the Dragons closed the tournament with an encouraging 58-39 victory against Corpus Christi Flour Bluff. Senior Devanta Hayes led Southwest with 15 points. Latrel Grant added eight.

“It was a good game (against Burbank), but we should have scored more,” Southwest coach David Brawner said. “We really got after it. It was one of our best defensive games of the year.

“We’ve got a lot of seniors, but most of them are inexperienced. We’re looking for our identity now. We looking for who will step up and be leaders.”

The Dragons’ District 28-5A rival South San lost to Warren (5-9) in the bracket championship game.

In the win over Floresville, the Tigers had taken a 58-56 lead with 11.5 seconds to play on a basket from Chris Albert (18 points). The teams were tied 51-51 after four quarters and 56-56 with 46.3 seconds left when Lopez (17 points) hit a driving bank shot for the Bobcats.

South San senior Jesse Samarripas played an outstanding game at both ends of the court and recorded 13 points. Eric Alcozer and Valdez chipped in with nine and eight points, respectively.

SAISD Tournament

East Central (8-5) lost a heart-breaker in the finals of the SAISD Tournament last Saturday, falling 68-64 to Wagner (10-1) at Lanier. The Hornets defeated Dallas Roosevelt 76-62 in the semifinals earlier in the day.

The Hornets and Sam Houston (4-4) both reached the semifinals in the three-day tournament. The Hurricanes  lost 81-63 to Wagner in the semis. They recovered to edge Dallas Roosevelt 57-54 for third place.

For East Central, senior guard Ceddrick Ali erupted for 29 points in the championship game. Brandon McClure added 17 and Albert Jimenez finished with eight.

Sam Houston received 29 points from senior guard Jordon Harris. Juwon Anderson supplied 10 points.


GIRLS BASKETBALL WEEKEND REPORT: Brackenridge displays dominating defense in 28-4A

Harlandale wins Edgewood ISD Tourney

TEAMS INCLUDED: Brackenridge, Edison, Harlandale, Holy Cross, Jefferson, Kennedy, McCollum, Young Women’s Leadership Academy.

Brackenridge’s suffocating defense is giving the Eagles hope that some magical accomplishments may be in store for this year’s team.

The Eagles (14-4, 2-0) dominated their first two opponents and were one of two undefeated teams in District 28-4A at the close of the second week of district play. Brackenridge defeated Edison 74-31 Dec. 3 and drew a bye from competition last Friday.

Defending 28-4A champion Brennan (11-0, 3-0) leads the district.

“We’re looking forward to playing Brennan,” Eagles senior guard Miranda Acuna said. “They keep you working hard, but I think we can beat them. What we really want to do, though, is get prepared for the playoffs and go to state.”

Longtime Brackenridge coach Patrick Harvey retired last summer. Under Harvey, the Eagles had consistently won more than 10 games a year in district competition. New coach Tamiko Matthews wants to build on that success and take it to another level.

Matthews and her team were encouraged by a third-place finish Nov. 23 at the prestigious Jaguar Classic in Floresville.

“That was propelling us toward our goal,” Matthews said. “I played for Brack a long, long time ago and I want to go further (in the postseason) than we’ve gone in the past. I want us to really try to get to state. Every game we play should get us closer to that goal.”

At Edison (7-10, 1-1), Brackenridge broke open a 2-2 game with 18 unanswered points and never looked back as they recorded their eighth victory in nine games. The Eagles outscored the Golden Bears 21-2 in the third quarter.

“At the beginning, the shots didn’t fall,” Alonzo said. “Over time, those (Brack) layups add up. She has some good seniors.”

In two 28-4A games, the Eagles had scored 129 points and given up 45.

“Coach Matthews really works a lot on defense,” Brack senior standout defender Breeann Hernandez said. “Defense and teamwork are our main focus.”

Sophomore Skyler Reyna led the Eagles with 21 points. Acuna and Hernandez contributed 18 and 10 points, respectively. Each of Brackenridge’s starters produced at least three steals.

“There’s not any one player that we rely on,” Matthews said. “We’re coming together as a team.”

Edison senior post Paula Moreno and junior substitute guard Jasmin Chapa led the Golden Bears with seven points apiece. Edison defeated Young Women’s Leadership Academy (1-8, 0-3) 37-30 last Friday.

Edgewood ISD Tournament

Harlandale (11-7) won the five-team, round-robin tournament, which took place last Friday and Saturday at Edgewood Gym. The Indians were the only team to be undefeated in their four tournament games.

Holy Cross (7-11), Kennedy (4-6) and McCollum (4-8) all won two games apiece.

Harlandale had to survive a 40-38 game against Holy Cross Friday to secure the title. Amazingly, the Indians had defeated the Knights by an identical score Dec. 3 at Harlandale.

Annie Garza scored 16 points and Justyne Perez added 14, helping the Indians overcome a 23-8 halftime deficit. Holy Cross was led by Hayley Andrade with 14 points.

Jefferson 58, Burbank 38

The Mustangs (6-7, 1-1) registered two resounding victories last week, defeating Burbank (3-11, 0-3) in a non-district game last Friday and Memorial 67-38 Dec. 3 in a non-district contest.

Jefferson took a 21-3 lead in the first quarter. By halftime, the Mustangs had a 34-10 cushion.

Sasha Barrientos led Jefferson against Burbank with17 points. Angela Hardcastle scored 14 and senior Adriana Aguinaga 13. Alejandra Martinez was the Bulldogs’ top scorer with 10 points.

Aguinaga was the Mustangs’ team-high scorer against Memorial with16 points and Barrientos scored 15.

BOYS BASKETBALL: This week’s results (updated Dec. 14)

NOTE: teams we cover are in boldface

Games of Dec. 8-14

Monday’s games


Brackenridge (9-7) 55, Somerset (0-8) 50

Tuesday’s results


East Central (9-5) 77, Lee (2-8 ???) 72

Boerne Champion (5-3) 69, Southside (5-9) 40

Edison (9-6) 71, Kennedy (2-12) 45

Sam Houston (5-4) 72, Johnson (8-7) 58

McCollum (7-5) at Highlands (5-10 ???), 7:30 p.m. (score unavailable)

Lanier (11-2) 64, Floresville (3-7) 48

South San (6-4) 62, Memorial (4-11 ???) 45

Antonian (11-3) 76, Holy Cross (5-8 ???) 45

Wednesday’s results


The Atonement (???) at Jefferson (3-9), 6 p.m.  (score unavailable)

Central Catholic (6-6) 84, Roosevelt (4-14) 55

Thursday’s results


HEB Wildcat Classic

At Gregory-Portland

Lanier (12-2) 63, LaPorte (???) 30

Harlandale ISD Tournament

Central Catholic (6-6) 90, McCollum (7-6) 65

Harlandale (7-4) 80, Seguin (4-8) 65

Harlandale (7-4) 55, Laredo Johnson (???) 50

South San (6-4) 52, Jefferson (3-10) 44

Pride of Texas Tournament

At Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway

Burbank (8-6) 51, Corpus Christi Flour Bluff (???) 43

Edison (9-7) 63, Roma (???) 32

River City Classic

At New Braunfels Canyon

AREA TEAMS – Southwest (3-6 ???), Southside (5-8). FINALS – Saturday. (scores unavailable)

Friday’s results


Lee (3-8) 68, Brackenridge (8-8) 55

Pride of Texas Tournament

At Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway

AREA TEAMS – Burbank (8-6), Edison (10-8). FINALS – Saturday.

Edison (10-8) 65, Orange Grove (???) 39

Georgetown (???) 39, Edison (10-8) 35

HEB Wildcat Classic

At Gregory-Portland

Lanier (12-3) 56, Corpus Christi Ray (???) 49

Corpus Christi King (???) 94, Fox Tech (1-14) 36

Gregory-Portland (???) 74, Fox Tech (1-14) 37


Cedar Park (???) 41, Lanier (12-3) 40

Harlandale ISD Tournament

McCollum (9-6) 56, Jefferson (3-12) 48

Central Catholic (8-6) 81, Laredo Johnson (???) 27

South San (7-5) 44, Seguin (4-9) 35

McCollum (9-6) 65, Laredo Johnson (???) 52

Harlandale (8-4) 74, South San (7-5) 51

Central Catholic (8-6) 60, Jefferson (3-12) 35

Holy Cross Tournament

AREA TEAMS – Holy Cross (5-7 ???). FINALS – Saturday. (scores unavailable)

River City Classic

At New Braunfels Canyon

New Braunfels Canyon (8-4 ???) 81, Southside (5-12) 35

Austin Westlake (???) 98, Southside (5-12) 59

Sam Houston (7-4) 69, Southwest (3-7 ???) 60

Sam Houston (7-4) 73, Laredo Alexander (???) 61

Houston Lutheran South (???) 70, Southwest (3-8 ???) 59

Saturday’s games


Pride of Texas Tournament

At Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway

Georgetown (???) 46, Burbank (8-8) 30

Fifth place

Edison (11-9) 38, Georgetown East View (???) 32

Third place

League City Clear Falls (???) 56, Burbank (8-8) 42

HEB Wildcat Classic

At Gregory-Portland

Lanier (13-3) 61, Gregory-Portland (???) 40

Harlandale ISD Tournament

At Harlandale

McCollum (10-6) 59, South San (7-6) 41

Central Catholic (9-6) 59, Harlandale (8-5) 49

Seguin (5-9) 78, Jefferson (3-13) 42

Holy Cross Tournament

Holy Cross (5-7 ???) 61, Brooks Academy (1-8 ???) 39

Gervin Academy (5-0 ???) 59, Holy Cross (5-7 ???) 48

River City Classic

At New Braunfels Canyon

Southwest (4-8 ???) 74, Southside (5-12) 70

FEAST (7-8 ???) 63, Southside (5-12) 53

Steele (7-7) 54, Sam Houston (7-5) 44