Galveston County high school basketball scores and player statistics
Clear Springs 72, Clear Creek 39
The Clear Springs Chargers continued their march toward another district crown with a decisive win over the Clear Creek Wildcats at home Tuesday.
Clear Springs got rolling early and never looked back. The Chargers won the first quarter, 20-8, and took a 32-15 lead into halftime. Clear Springs continued to boost its lead by winning the third quarter, 18-9, and then saved its highest-scoring quarter for last, winning that one 22-15.
Taylor Singleton had the hot hand for the Chargers, pouring in 21 points, including 3-for-5 shooting on 3-pointers. Singleton also had six steals and dished out five assists. Dymond Gladney added 13 points, and Destiny Broussard fell just short of a double-double with nine points and 10 rebounds.
Clear Creek player statistics were not immediately available.
Clear Springs (10-0 in district) hits the road for its next game, which will come 7 p.m. Friday against playoff hopeful Alvin (6-4). Clear Creek (5-5) will try to rebound 7 p.m. Friday at home against Clear Brook (4-6).
Friendswood 52, Dickinson 38
Ball High 63, Galena Park 12
In a matchup between first place and last place teams in the district standings, the Ball High Lady Tors dominated Galena Park wire-to-wire to pick up the road win Tuesday.
Ball High lit up the scoreboard in the first half, winning the first quarter, 20-3, and taking a 40-10 lead into the halftime intermission.
The second half was all about defense for the Lady Tors, as they only allowed two more points for the rest of the game, including an 11-0 shutout in the third quarter.
Ari Smith led the charge for Ball High with 21 points, including three 3-pointers. Nina Kovach chipped in 10 points and showed her range, as well, with two 3-pointers.
The Lady Tors (12-0 in district) will look to continue to mow down 23-5A foes when they host Fort Bend Willowridge at 7 p.m. Friday.
KIPP Northeast 41, O'Connell 35
A steadily improving O'Connell Lady Buccaneers team lost a close one at home Tuesday night in a district game against KIPP Northeast.
Leading the way for O'Connell were Brooke Cromie with 17 points and Ansley McCulloch with nine points.
The Lady Bucs will look to rebound in their next game 6 p.m. Friday at KIPP Generations.
Clear Brook 66, Clear Falls 48
In a game both teams sorely needed to win in order to keep slim playoff hopes alive, the Clear Falls Knights were felled by Clear Brook at home Tuesday.
The Knights were led by Christian Terry (14 points), Camron Davis (12 points) and Dorian Mason (12 points).
Clear Brook’s Kendrick Christian and Nakia Johnson shared game-high honors with each scoring 15 points. Paul Wilson added 13 points for the Wolverines.
Up next for the Knights (2-6 in district) will be a road game 7:30 p.m. Friday at Friendswood (1-7).
Dickinson 52, Friendswood 41
With defense leading the way, the Dickinson Gators took care of business at home against the Friendswood Mustangs on Tuesday, and in doing so, moved into sole possession of first place in the district.
Dickinson player statistics were not immediately available.
Friendswood was led by Alex Dehoyos with 17 points and Reid Nickerson with 10 points.
The Gators (7-1 in district) will have a big-time matchup 7 p.m. Friday when they face Clear Lake at Krueger Field House. Friendswood (1-7) will try to pick up its second district win when the team hosts Clear Falls (2-6) at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
KIPP Northeast 62, O'Connell 42
The O'Connell Buccaneers dropped a tough district contest at home Tuesday against KIPP Northeast.
The trio of Cullen Doyle (10 points), Terrence Ward (nine points) and Caleb Lamb (nine points) led O'Connell.
The Bucs will try to get back on the right track in their next game 7:30 p.m. Friday at KIPP Generations.
Ball High 82, Galena Park 68
Texas City 66, Santa Fe 46
Editor’s note: Will be updated if more information becomes available