High School Round Up: Friday, December 17th

Georgetown 48  Leander 43
A decisive 3rd quarter broke open this nail biter.  2012 G Michael Hardge had 16 for Georgetown while 2011 P Mark Nwakamma of Leander was tough inside as he had 12.
Pflugerville Hendrickson 86  Austin Westlake 81
After deciding at the last minute not to sign with D1 Mount St. Mary’s, Jalen Washington (left) is on a mission in his senior season.  He has scored over 40 several times already.  Meanwhile, the PG parade continues at Austin Westlake as 2013 G Will Morse (right) has topped 30 points twice in the last week.  He’s got big shoes to fill in following Cody Doolin (averaging 35 minutes per game at San Francisco) but the fuzzy faced soph seems undeterred by it.  he just plays his quiet, efficient game night in & night out.

The Senior backcourt at Hendrickson were led by Jalen Washington’s 27 & Jalen Harris’ 25, many of them from the free throw line.  The young Westlake squad continues to mature as 2013 G Will Morse led the way with 30 points. This was Morse’s second 30 point performance of the week. 
Round Rock McNeil 63  Round Rock 60
Balanced scoring all around by both squads in this white knuckle contest.  Senior Blair Williams had 12 in the win, while 2013 P 6’10” Leonard Allen had 10 in the loss.
Austin High 77  Bastrop 57
The Maroons are quietly positioning themselves as one of the area’s top teams.  Their Senior backcourt of Alex Reinking (20) & Eric McClellan (16) controlled the game.
Austin Waldorf 63  Brentwood Christian 57
Veteran Coach Rob Clifford has his best Waldorf team in memoory.  They were led by 2011 G Santiago Paredes (19) & 2012 G Victor Garate (17).
2012 Victor Garate (left) is shooting the ball well for Austin Waldorf, while Del Valle’s Karim York (Santa Clara) is back in the lineup after suffering a hairline fracture in his thumb.

Del Valle 56  Manor 49
Karim York (Santa Clara) came back from injury to post 12 in the win, while 2011 G LaDarrien Williams had 13 for Manor.
Austin Akins 77 San Antonio East Central 67
Akins blew opena 2 point game in the 4th quarter and coasted to the win. Malcolm Canada (22) and Yolonzo Moore (21) led Akins.  East Central’s 2012 P John Baker had 27 for the Hornets.
Burnet 67  San Saba 40
2013 P Nick Melvin had 15 for the Bulldogs in the win.
San Antonio Brandeis 52  San Antonio Holmes 49
2013 G Justin Graham (20 points) continues to lead a young Brandeis squad on a nightly basis.
Killeen Harker Heights  69  Converse Wagner 61
Seniors Brandon Bullock led the way with 26 poinys & Royce O’Neale notched 18 points 19 rebounds to lead the Knights to the win.
Tre Demps (Northwestern) continues his high level play, while 2013 G Justin Graham continues to build his rep in the Class of 2013.

San Antonio Reagan 69  Killeen Ellison 66 (OT)
Reagan was led by Tre Demps (Northwestern) with 25 & Max Yon (Air Force-22). Devonta Brown (Indiana State-26) & Jaleel Williams 19 led Ellison.
San Antonio Brennan 59  San Antonio Roosevelt 44
2013 G Johnny Azzinaro dropped 31 for Brennan.
San Antonio MacArthur 75  Boerne Champion 53
2012 G Matt Gramling had 23 for the Brahmas.
Matt Gramling (left) continues to cement his status as the top San Antonio PG in the Class of 2012
while Johnny Azzinaro (right) of Brennan does the same in the Class of 2013.

San Antonio Churchill  84  Uvalde 46
The bench emtied early and often for Churchill as they had balanced scoring.  2013 G Taylor Sutlive (11 points) is getting back into his shooting groove after being injured earlier this year.
San Antonio Central Catholic 73  South San 57
Nothing changed from last week’s matchup at the South San Tournament as 2011 G Cole Martinez continues to light up opponents.  He had 20 in the win.


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