Galveston County high school basketball scores and player statistics


District 24-6A

Clear Creek 41, Dickinson 32


The Wildcats used a strong second half that saw Clear Creek outscore the Lady Gators, 26-10, to pick up a bounce-back win in the district finale on Tuesday night.

Dickinson led, 10-5, after one and the Lady Gators extended their lead to 22-15 at halftime.

Clear Creek erased the seven-point deficit winning the third quarter 16-6.

Kyndal Johnson and Deazhia Smith each tallied seven points for the Wildcats.

Karly Baker scored a game-high 10 points for Dickinson.

Back in the playoffs for the second consecutive season, Clear Creek (8-6 in District 24-6A, No. 3 seed) will tangle with Alief Elsik (9-3 in District 23-6A, No. 2 seed) in the bi-district round of the playoffs next week. Game information will be determined later.

Clear Springs 72, Clear Brook 35


For the third consecutive season, the Clear Springs girls basketball team completed a perfect district record as the Chargers rolled passed Clear Brook on Tuesday night to complete District 24-6A play.

Leading 17-6 after the first quarter, Clear Springs took full control by scoring a quarter-high 25 points in the second quarter for a comfortable 42-19 halftime lead.

Dymond Gladney led the Chargers with a game-high 16 points. Taylor Singleton tallied 12 points, and McKenna Worrell chipped in with 10 points for Clear Springs.

Singleton also had team highs in assists (six) and steals (six).

The 14-0 outright District 24-6A champion Clear Springs will have to wait a few days to find out who it will be playing in the first round, as the Chargers will either play George Ranch or Alief Taylor.

Both the Lady Longhorns and the Lady Lions finished tied for fourth place in District 23-6A with a record of 5-7 and split in their previous meetings (George Ranch won the first game, 49-46, in overtime, and Taylor won the second, 58-51). That results in the teams having to play a play-in game later this week to determine who Clear Springs will play in bi-district.

District 23-5A

Ball High 45, Fort Bend Marshall 26


The Ball High Lady Tors finished strong to topple Marshall on the road Tuesday clinch the district championship in the regular season finale.

Marshall remained within striking distance for much of the game — trailing 11-8 after one quarter, 24-15 at halftime and 31-24 headed into the final period. But, the Lady Tors saved their best effort for the end, as they blew the Lady Buffaloes away by winning the fourth quarter, 14-2.

Bebe Galloway was Ball High’s leading scorer with 18 points, while Nina Kovach was not far behind with 14 points.

The Lady Tors will face a to-be-determined opponent (the fourth-place finisher in District 24-5A) at a time and place to be determined next week.


District 24-6A

Clear Springs 65, Clear Brook 58


Behind Faite Williams’ 26 points, the Clear Springs Chargers clinched a playoff berth and eliminated Clear Brook on the Wolverines’ home court Tuesday night.

Both teams exchanged two-point quarter victories for a 28-28 halftime score.

The Chargers began to slowly pull away in the second half by winning the third (16-13) and fourth (21-17) quarters.

Christian Waller tallied 10 points for Clear Springs.

Three Wolverines combined to score 40 of the team’s 58 points, led by Caleb Chapman’s 18 points.

Clear Springs (9-3 in District 24-6A) will be looking to stay in the district title hunt as the Chargers host Friendswood (2-10) at 7 p.m. Friday.

District 23-5A

Texas City 63, Manvel 61 (OT)


The fans at Stingaree gym were treated with an overtime thriller on Tuesday night.

After 14-all even first quarter, both teams exchanged blows in the middle quarters as Texas City won the second 20-9 and the Mavs answered by winning the third 25-15.

With the score 49-48 in favor of the Stings going into the final quarter, Manvel was able to send the game into an overtime period that Texas City won 9-7.

Tee'Shawn Garrett led Texas City with 17 points and nine rebounds.

Jacoree Evans was a beast on the boards with 11 rebounds for Texas City.

Jalen Preston had his hands in the oven for Manvel, scoring a game-high 28 points.

Texas City’s (11-3 in District 23-5A) schedule does not get any easier as the Stings travel to Fort Bend Marshall (N/A) on Friday. First tip is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Other scores:

District 24-6A

Alvin 51, Clear Falls 39

Clear Lake 68, Friendswood 51

District 23-5A

Alvin Shadow Creek 102, Santa Fe 42

Editor's note: Will be updated if more information becomes available

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