Austin LBJ 54 Houston St. Thomas 51
In a see saw affair, Austin LBJ held off St. Thomas in a game where foul trouble kept St. Thomas’ King & LBJ’s Lee on the bench for a big chunk of the game. D.D. Byrd stepped up for the Jags, leading them with 18 points many of them from the mid range. 2012 G Christian Sanders led St. Thomas for the second straight game with 28 points. Backcourt mate, 2012 G Chase Brogna was cold for most of the game but came alive in the 4th when he knocked down three buckets from beyond the arc and almost pulled out the win. Robert Lee, who was the most explosive player in the entire tournament had 14 points for LBJ.
Houston St. Thomas’ 2012 F 6’9″ Jeremy King (l) alters anything in his path & 2012 SG Chase Brogna (r) is one of the better spot up shooters in the Houston area.
Jack Frost Tournament
San Antonio Churchill 86 HCYA 76
This was a big win for Churchill as the Houston Homeschool group is young, talented & tough. 2012 G Scott Mammel led the Chargers with 25 points & 2011 Clark Lammert dropped 20 in the win.
Georgetown 51 New Caney 31
2012 PG Michael Hardge led Georgetown with 16 points.
2011 Clark Lammert (l) of Churchill sports his Jack Frost All Tourny Hardware. 2012 G Michael Hardge of Georgetown (shown below at Max Ivany’s All American Prodigy Camp) was also All Tourny.
Austin Akins 69 Bastrop 60
2011 PG Yolonzo Moore (Hartford) had 29 points for Akins, while Jordan Roach (South Alabama) had 24 in the loss for the Bears.
Georgetown 59 DeRidder(LA) 53
Once again, the Eagles were led by Hardge with 17 points.
Fort Bend Travis 86 San Antonio Churchill 69
2011 G Anthony Adunsi (Iowa State) was too much to handle as he controlled the smaller Churchill guards on his way to 26 points. 2011 F Clark Lammert led Churchill with 21 points. Lammert also made the All Tournament team.
Jack Frost Championship: Fort Bend Travis 72 Georgetown 62
Michael Hardge’s 25 points were not even close to enough for Georgetown as Fort Bend Travis won the Jack Frost Invitational going away. Sporting Iowa State signee Anthony Odunsi and the Harrsion Twins (Andrew & Aaron) two of the country’s elite 2013 guards, they were the class of the tournament.
Copperas Cove 78 Austin St. Stephen’s 76
Cove was led by 2012 6’4″ Ricardo Artis, with 28 points. Seniors Jeff Livsey & Sterling Green each had 19 points in the Spartans loss.
Austin Hyde Park trounced Henrietta 81-26, and Iowa Park 76-38. 2011 W Brooks Pawsat 27 & 24 in those two contests. Wichita Falls Hirschi beat Hyde Park 56-45. 2011 W Austin Jenkins had 17 in the loss for Hyde Park.