Houston Westbury 58 Bryan 47
Bryan Senior P.J. Payton led all scorers with 19 but it wasn;t enough as Houston Westbury got balanced scoring. 2012 G Zachary Cross had 10 points and 2013 Donivan Jones added 9 to get the W.
A&M Consolidated 47Cedar Hill 36
For all but a few brief moments early in the 4th quarter this was A&M Consolidated’s game from midway through the 1st. It’s quite a luxury when you have one of the country’s most outstanding players in all purpose, 2012 Alex Caruso. At 6’6″ he sees the floor as well as anyone, he’s active defensively and he’s always looking to get his team mates involved for the easy look. His stat line was 12 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists. Consolidated got nice games out of hard working 2013 P Jimmie Gilbert with 8 points and 8 rebounds, most of them while battling Cedar Hill’s Zeldric King (Tulsa) who is a load at 6’7″ and 290lbs.
Cedar Hill’s King had 10 points, and showed a nice touch both handling and shooting the ball on the perimeter. Senior G Quinton White also hit key shots for the Tigers and finished with 10 points, while 2013 W Josh Stewart had 11 points and 5 rebounds.
A&M Consolidated 8 14 13 12- 47
Cedar Hill 5 7 10 14- 36
Austin Westlake Fort Bend Willowridge
Early in the 2nd quarter, the Westlake Chaps started to assert themselves behind the three point shoooting of Will Morse, R.J. Rowan and Chase Carlton. After suffering a knee tweak in the opener, 2012 P 6’7″ Drew Wikleius (5 points, 16 rebounds) returned to provide toughness on the boards along with 2014 Jordan Severt’s hard work. Carlton (10 points and 5 assists), Morse (17 points) and Rowan (16 points, 7 rebounds) outplayed Wllowridge’s guards as Westlake cruised to the win, which was Coach Tres Ellis’ 200th victory.
2013 G Michael Hunter was by far the best player for Willowridge. The athletic combo has nice bounce, gets to the rim and shoots it from the perimeter too. he had 18 points and 5 rebounds.
Austin Westlake 13 20 14 19-66
Fort Bend Willowridge 10 17 14- 8-49