High school basketball scores and player statistics
Clear Creek 75, Channelview 47
Clear Creek used a balanced scoring attack that saw five players score nine or more as the Wildcats jumped out to an early 22-13 first quarter lead and never looked back, cruising to a road victory on Tuesday night.
Leading the Wildcats were Nate Jackson (18 points), Day'Shon Marks (15), Hunter Smith (13), Stavros Karamitsos (10) and Calen Anderson (9)
Clear Creek will travel to Pasadena at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Ball High 53, Alvin 49
Ball High won 53-49 against Alvin on Tuesday with the help of Kevin Shinette, who scored 18 points. The Golden Tornadoes secured their lead in the third quarter on a 3-pointer from Giovanni Janke.
Ball High fell behind early, trailing 24-20 by the half, only to come back strong in the final two quarters. The Tors gained some momentum late in the game, scoring a game-high 21 points in the third quarter.
Making 35 percent (6-for-17) of shots from the field, Shinette was on point during the entire game. He made 38 percent (3-for-8) of threes attempted, and was also strong from the line, sinking 50 percent (3-for-6) of free throws attempted.
Trevon Turner made it into double digits, scoring 12 points for Ball High (2-for-3). Also helping the effort for Ball High were Janke (five points, three rebounds, one steal), Elijah Courtney (four points, one rebound), Quinton Cooper (four points, seven rebounds, three blocks), Jordan Wells (three points, two rebounds), Tre'von Hamilton (two points) and Kenneth Crookshank (two points, two rebounds, one steal).
The Tors finished the game with 30 rebounds (14 offensive, 16 defensive), three blocks and five steals.
Clear Springs 68, Westside 55
Clear Springs was victorious at home for the second consecutive night as the Chargers won every quarter, including their largest by five points in the second (14-9) and fourth (19-14) quarters.
Dymond Gladney scored at least eight points in every quarter en route to a game-high 35 points for Clear Springs.
McKenna Worrell chipped in with 15 points for the Chargers.
Clear Springs will be looking to extend its four-game winning streak as the Chargers travel to Klein on Monday. First tip is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Editor's note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.