Galveston County high school basketball scores and player statistics
Clear Springs 72, Dickinson 31
In a battle of teams going in opposite directions, Clear Springs took charge early and never looked back, as the Chargers took a commanding 37-17 halftime lead to cruise to victory Tuesday night.
Three Chargers scored in double-figures led by Dymond Gladney’s 14 points, five steals, and five assists.
Taylor Singleton had a stat sheet stuffing night for the Chargers, scoring 10 points and having team-highs in steals (seven) and rebounds (six).
Blaze Blair also contributed 10 points for Clear Springs.
Karly Baker led the Lady Gators with 11 points.
Both teams will be back in action 7 p.m. Friday, as Clear Springs (12-0 in District 24-6A) travels to Clear Falls (6-6) and Dickinson (0-12) hosts Alvin (6-6).
Clear Lake 49, Clear Falls 40
Clear Brook 36, Friendswood 32
Santa Fe 48, Galena Park 34
Trailing by one at halftime, the Santa Fe Lady Indians used a strong second half that saw them outscore Galena Park in the third (16-10) and fourth (14-5) quarters to come away with the win Tuesday at home.
Katy Lackey led Santa Fe with 19 points, while Ava Creekmore scored 12 points.
Up next for the Lady Indians (4-10 in district) is another home game 7 p.m. Friday against Fort Bend Willowridge.
Alvin Shadow Creek 57, Ball High 51
The Ball High Lady Tors' undefeated run in district play came to an end Tuesday night on the road against a game Shadow Creek squad.
Ball High had the early advantage, winning the first quarter by the score of 16-15 and taking a 34-26 lead into halftime.
But, the Lady Sharks turned the tables with a big third quarter, winning that period by the score of 19-8 to take a 45-42 lead into the final frame — where Shadow Creek continued to pull away for the win.
Nina Kovach had a great effort in defeat with 21 points. Ari Smith added 10 points.
Now, the Lady Tors (13-1 in district) will have to quickly shake off the loss, as Manvel (13-1) comes to town 7 p.m. Friday in a game that will decide the district champion.
Clear Creek 51, Alvin 34
Clear Creek used a strong fourth quarter that saw the Wildcats outscore the Jackets 22-7 to secure a road victory Tuesday and stay in a three-way tie for first place in district.
Early on, the upset-minded Alvin team won the first quarter, 16-10. Clear Creek was able to tie the score at 22-22 heading into the halftime locker room.
A low-scoring third quarter that only saw 12 combined points had the Wildcats up by two before the explosive final quarter happened.
Hunter Smith scored a game-high 12 points for the Wildcats and Day'Shon Marks chipped in with 11 points.
Clear Creek (8-2 in District 24-6A) will host Friendswood (2-8) on Friday. First tip is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Clear Lake 90, Clear Falls 53
The Clear Falls Knights ran into a red-hot Clear Lake Falcons team in Tuesday’s defeat at home.
High-scoring Falcons guard Ajari Sanni did his thing with 34 points. Riley Abercrombie added 20 points, Zaid Harris had 18 points, and Casey Davis chipped in 11 points.
Cam Davis was Clear Falls’ top scorer with 13 points. Not far behind were Dorian Mason with 11 points and Brant Durden with 10 points.
Clear Falls (2-8 in district) will look to play spoiler in its next game, which will be 7 p.m. Friday at Clear Springs (7-3).
Clear Brook 67, Friendswood 62
Despite a high-scoring effort from Alex Dehoyos, the Friendswood Mustangs lost a close one Tuesday night at crosstown rival Clear Brook.
Dehoyos scored 27 points, while Jake Yurachek logged 10 points for the Mustangs.
Friendswood (2-8 in district) will try to score an upset win in its next game, which will be 7:30 p.m. Friday at Clear Creek (8-2).
Texas City 72, Fort Bend Willowridge 43
The Texas City Stings raced out to a huge lead and never looked back in a rout of Willowridge at home Tuesday.
After an overtime scare Friday at Galena Park, Texas City put this one away early by winning the first quarter, 27-11. The Stings took a 41-24 lead into the halftime break before pulling away even further in the second half (won the third quarter, 18-11, and won the fourth quarter, 13-8).
Stings big man Tee’Shawn Garrett nearly recorded a double-double with 16 points and nine rebounds. Freshman Caden McKenzie had 16 points, which included sinking four 3-pointers. Jacoree Evans chipped in 13 points.
The Stings (10-2 in district) will look for a big win in their next game when they hit the road to take on Alvin Shadow Creek (10-2) at 7 p.m. Friday.