2013 PG Shane Lacaille of Liberty Hill (above) was high stat man in the City last night as he dropped 35 on Georgetown Eastview. His Wildcats blasted the new Georgetown Eastview school 90-46.
Killeen 68 Austin High 55
2014 G Brian Long had 20 points for the young Roos who are growing up before our very eyes.
Austin Westlake 64 Converse Wagner 57
After coming out on top against Wagner in a barn burner last week at home in the Westlake Holiday Classic, the Chaps figured to have their hands full on the road. They got Senior leadership from R.J. Rowan (17) and Post Drew Wikelius (16) to beat the T Birds in their house. Senior G Andrew Delgado had the hot hand for Wagner with 20.
Georgetown 61 Round Rock Stony Point 33
Senior Michael Hardge had 19 and 2013 G Jacob Vick added 15 as the Eagles soared.
Elgin 66 Hutto 35
2013 Trey Nash had 27 points as Elgin continues with it’s stellar season. Elgin is now 22-2.
Austin Anderson 58 San Marcos 39
Anderson has done what few others have. They shut down San Marcos Senior duo of Hart and Austin. 2012 G Hayden Graham led with 19 (Air Force) and emerging 2013 G Rasmus Bach added 16 in the impressive win.
Austin Bowie 45 San Antonio Johnson 37
2012 G Paul Baxter was the lead Bulldog, scoring 18 in the win on the road. 2013 G Luke Wilshire had 11 for Johnson in the loss. Bowie is 15-5 overall.
Round Rock 34 Leander 33
The Rock held off a late Leander rally for the win. Nobody reached double figues although the Dragons were led by 2013 P 6’10” Leonard Allen with 9.
Wow. Talk about lockdown D. The Rockets throttled Highlands behind 2014 F Tanner Leisner’s 16 points.
Boerne 78 Bandera 43
2013 G Griffin McHone led the Greyhounds with 22 points and 8 assists.
Alamo Heights 48 New braunfels Canyon 41
Alamo Heights were led by 2012 F Jeffrey Rodewald as he dropped 20 points and was relentless in attacking Canyon. These are two of the area’s biggest teams and likely 4A playoff opponents down the road as well.
San Antonio Brandeis 51 San Antonio Jay 34
2013 G Matt Kallead led the Broncs with 16 points.
San Antonio Churchill 64 San Antonio MacArthur 40
A deep Churchill team had three scorers in double figures as they dominated Churchill. The best player on the floor last night was MacArthur’s 2012 G Matt Gramling (Army) who had 19 points for his outgunned squad.
San Antonio Clark 53 San Antonio O’Connor 42
2012 G Adam Perez had 22 points as “steady as a rock” Clark , one of the area’s best defensive teams took care of business. 2013 G Dapo Ogunfeitimi led O’Connor with 16.
San Antonio Warren 67 San Antonio Marshall 48
2012 F Taurean Waller Prince (Long Island) had 21 points for the Warriors.
San Antonio Stevens 52 San Antonio Taft 51
Stevens used a 4th quarter rally to beat Taft as Seniors Marcus Roper (14) and Southern Methodist University commit Uche Ofoegbu (13) led the way.