The Unicorns stifled Clemens at every turn Tuesday night at home while stampeding their way to a one-sided 53-33 triumph in District 26-6A play.
FISCHER — Canyon Lake suffered through a scoreless first quarter and never recovered Tuesday night at home during a 71-38 District 28-4A loss against Boerne.
CONVERSE — The Cougarettes finished strong Friday night on the road against the defending UIL Class 6A state champions, but it wasn’t enough to undo a low start offensively.
SAN ANTONIO — The Guardians shook off their first two-game losing streak of the season Friday night in San Antonio to become the winningest boys basketball team in program history.
SPRING BRANCH — The Smithson Valley boys shrugged off Tuesday’s loss to Judson and rebounded Friday night at home to record a huge District 26-6A victory against Steele.
With a full month left to play in the regular season, Friday night’s District 26-6A matchup with San Marcos couldn’t fairly be categorized as a must-win contest for the Unicorns.
New Braunfels Christian got 19 points from junior Hayden Holcombe and 15 from senior Hunter Holly as they defeated Castle Hills 55-46 Friday night in front of a rowdy crowd at Wildcat Gym.
The Cougarettes seized control of Tuesday night’s District 26-6A matchup against East Central during the early stages and never let up during an impressive 53-27 victory at Canyon High School.
CIBOLO — The New Braunfels boys dropped their third District 26-6A game in a row Tuesday night after coming out on the short end of a 60-47 decision against Steele in Cibolo.
SPRING BRANCH — Just when it appeared the Lady Rangers were finally about to pull even with Judson on Tuesday night, the visiting Lady Rockets found a little extra fuel in their tank.
SPRING BRANCH — The Rangers and Hornets took turns matching each other with key runs during Friday night’s District 26-6A clash in Spring Branch, but it was head coach Ike Thornton’s team that got the last laugh.
The Canyon girls basketball team erased a 14-5 deficit after the first quarter and came all the way back to defeat Clemens 36-34 Friday night at home in District 26-6A competition.
SAN ANTONIO — Even playing without leading scorer Gabby Elliott, the Smithson Valley girls still managed to win their fifth District 26-6A contest in a row Friday night on the road against a tough East Central squad.
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