In what was a rowdy, playoff-like atmosphere, the Dickinson Gators survived a strong effort from the Clear Creek Wildcats and escaped Carlisle Field House on Friday with a 58-53 overtime win.
The Clear Springs Chargers overcame an 11-point first quarter deficit and surged in the third quarter to defeat a Clear Spring Wolverines team that wasn't messing around by the final score of 62-58, Friday night at Clear Brook High School.
The Cristo Rey Jesuit Lady Lions didn’t allow a single basket in the first quarter as they dominated every aspect of the game in their 69-10 victory over the O’Connell Lady Buccaneers on Friday night in Galveston.
In a key District 23-5A matchup, Fort Bend Marshall star point guard Terrell Wilson’s late-game heroics lifted the Buffaloes to a thrilling 56-55 win over the Texas City Stings on Tuesday.
The Clear Springs Chargers emerged victorious, 55-54, in a thrilling game against the state-ranked Dickinson Gators at home Friday.
The Ball High Lady Tors maintained their undefeated start to district play by blowing out the Fort Bend Marshall Buffalos on Friday afternoon at home in a 74-21 victory.
Highlighted by a pair of superlatives, Galveston County was well represented on the 2017 23-5A all-district postseason honors.
The No. 13 state-ranked Alvin Shadow Creek Sharks clamped down on defense in the fourth quarter to overcome a slight Texas City Stings lead en route to a 60-50 victory Tuesday afternoon.
After an 0-2 start to the Spring Frassati Catholic School Holiday Classic, the O’Connell Buccaneers ended the tournament over the weekend on a positive note with a win.
Competing in a field with much larger schools, the Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs more than held their own, claiming the consolation title at the Brazoswood/Brazosport Christmas Classic tournament over the weekend.
The defending tournament champion Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs started off the Brazoswood/Brazosport Christmas Classic in strong fashion with a pair of blowout wins Thursday.
The game carried early-season district championship implications as the two state-ranked teams (No. 22 Dickinson, No. 24 Clear Lake) are expected to be the cream of the crop in 24-6A.
It wasn’t quite as far-reaching as the regular signing day held in February, but all the pomp and circumstance was there for the Galveston County football players who had their signing day ceremonies Wednesday.
An outstanding defensive showing in the fourth quarter by Clear Creek broke open a close game as the Wildcats picked up a big road district win, 68-53, over the Clear Springs Chargers on Tuesday.
Friday night’s Clear Lake at Clear Springs game won’t win any beauty contests, but the Chargers will take the 34-25 district win all the same.
The Clear Springs Chargers got off to a sizzling start and got a strong effort from the trio of Taylor Singleton, Blaise Blair and Dymond Gladney in a 63-54 win over a game Friendswood Lady Mustangs squad in Tuesday’s District 24-6A opener.
The rabid Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs chased the East Bernard Brahmas out of their backyard and back on to the bus, walloping them 74-33 in the District 24-3A opener Tuesday.