Galveston County high school basketball scores and player statistics
Clear Creek 62, Friendswood 51
Behind a great scoring effort from Donta Smith, the Clear Creek Wildcats fended off a game Friendswood Mustangs squad Friday night at Carlisle Field House.
Strong middle quarters were key to Clear Creek building a sizable lead. After edging Friendswood, 10-8, in the first quarter, the Wildcats won the second quarter, 14-5, and the third quarter, 20-15, to take a 44-28 lead into the final period.
Friendswood had a strong fourth quarter (winning, 23-18), but the Clear Creek lead was too much to overcome.
Smith poured in 25 points for the Wildcats. Nate Jackson chipped in 13 points, and Hunter Smith had 11 points.
Mustangs player statistics were not immediately available.
The Wildcats (9-2 in district) will have a 24-6A showdown up next when they make the short trip to Dickinson (9-2) for a 7 p.m. game Tuesday. The Mustangs (2-9) will look to play spoiler 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when they host Clear Lake (9-2).
Clear Springs 80, Clear Falls 44
Clear Springs used strong middle quarters that saw the Chargers outscore the Knights 53-26 to cruise to a home victory on Friday night.
The Chargers won the first quarter 14-6 and then ballooned their halftime lead to 42-16.
Marcus Williams had his hands in the oven, scoring a game-high 24 points for Clear Springs. Faite Williams tallied 15 points for the Chargers
Dorian Mason led the Knights with 15 points.
Both teams will be back in action 7 p.m. Tuesday as Clear Springs (8-3 in District 24-6A) hits the road to Clear Brook (5-6) and Clear Falls (2-9) hosts Alvin (0-11).
Dickinson 63, Alvin 29
The Dickinson Gators made easy work of last-place Alvin on Friday, clinching a postseason berth and staying firmly in the district title discussion.
Tramon Mark led Dickinson with 19 points and five assists, and Deuce Guidry added 12 points and five assists. Ronny Nguyen and Nate Randle each had nine points, while Jalen Wydermyer had six points and nine rebounds.
The Gators (9-2 in district) will have a big district showdown in their next game when they host Clear Creek (9-2) at 7 p.m. Friday.
Alvin Shadow Creek 56, Texas City 46
Clear Springs 69, Clear Falls 31
The Clear Springs Chargers clinched their eighth consecutive outright district championship on Friday night with a big win on the road.
Clear Springs led 17-9 after one and 32-16 at halftime.
The highest scoring quarter was the fourth, which saw Clear Springs win, 21-10.
Dymond Gladney led the Chargers with 20 points and Blaze Blair tallied 16 points.
No statistics were immediately available for Clear Falls.
Both teams will wrap up District 24-6A play 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Clear Springs (13-0) will be looking to finish off their seventh undefeated district season (out of 10 varsity seasons) when the Chargers host Clear Brook (5-8).
Clear Falls (6-7) faces a must win situation in their final district game at Alvin (7-6) for playoff hopes.
Santa Fe 60, Fort Bend Willowridge 55
In the final home game of the season, the Lady Indians held onto victory in a game that featured a furious fourth-quarter rally attempt by the Lady Eagles.
Santa Fe jumped out to a 14-6 first-quarter advantage and extended it to 30-13 going into the halftime locker room.
The Lady Indians added four more points to their lead after three quarters and were able to withstand a 29-13 Willowridge fourth quarter.
It was fitting that Michelle Owens, the lone senior on the team, led the Lady Indians in scoring with 14 points on Senior Night. Owens also contributed big plays on defense that led to easy layups for her teammates and willed her team to victory.
Three other Santa Fe players scored in double-figures: Katy Lackey (13 points), Caitlyn Garza (12 points) and Shelby Walker (10 points).
Santa Fe (5-10 in District 23-5A) closes out their season Tuesday at Alvin Shadow Creek (11-4). First tip is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Alvin Shadow Creek 60, Texas City 24
Shadow Creek raced out to a big lead and never looked back, as the Lady Sharks handled the Texas City Lady Stings on Friday.
The Lady Sharks won the first quarter, 15-3, and ballooned the lead to 33-11 at halftime. Shadow Creek continued to pour it on, building a 52-15 lead headed into the fourth quarter.
Tahjea Smith led Texas City with nine points. Shadow Creek had three double-digit scorers with Jada Rhodes leading with 14 points, Da’Nae Williams adding 12 points, and Bre’yon White contributing 10 points.
The Lady Stings end their season 7 p.m. Tuesday at Manvel.
Hitchcock 83, Danbury 18
It was another district game and another blowout victory for the Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs as they decimated Danbury on the road Friday.
Like in most of their recent games, the Lady ‘Dawgs raced out to a huge lead to put the game away early.
Hitchcock won the first quarter, 20-3, and pressed their proverbial feet down even harder on the gas pedal to win the second quarter, 30-5, and take a commanding (to say the least) 50-8 lead into the halftime break.
The Lady Bulldogs won the third quarter, 14-3, and the final period, 19-8.
Taivionna Daniels outscored Danbury all by herself with 20 points. Irish Winn (17 points) and Deasja Fury (16 points) nearly did the same.
Hitchcock will look to close out an undefeated district championship regular season 6:15 p.m. Tuesday at home against Houston Harmony Academy.
Friendswood 40, Clear Creek 39
Editor’s note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.