Tramon Mark poured in 37 points and was an especially driving force during stretches of the game when the Dickinson Gators were pulling away in their 85-73 win Tuesday at home over the Clear Lake Falcons.
Blaise Blair grabbed Kylie Minter’s missed 3-pointer with four seconds left and scored an uncontested lay-in to give the Chargers a 50-48 victory over the Knights in a wild District 24-6A contest on Tuesday night.
The legacy of Dickinson head football coach John Snelson and three generations of his family in Pasadena are being immortalized in the the Pasadena ISD Athletics Hall of Fame’s 2020 class.
The following is a quick look back at what happened at the end of last week and what to look out for in the early part of this week.
In a game Friday with a must-win feel for the Clear Creek Wildcats, they came through with blistering shooting and ramped-up intensity to log a 78-63 road win against the Clear Springs Chargers.
The results of Galveston County high school basketball games Tuesday allowed for a glimpse of how district standings may ultimately shape up, but there is still a long way to go and much to be decided. Here is a look at what went down Tuesday and what to watch out for Friday.
In a pivotal District 24-6A game with a playoff-like atmosphere, the Clear Falls Knights fended off the Clear Creek Wildcats for an exciting 59-54 win at home Tuesday night.
Dickinson Gators senior quarterback Mike Welch, the 2019 Galveston County player of the year, gave his team everything he had to lead the program to its first district championship since 2014.
The Dickinson Gators quickly overwhelmed the Clear Brook Wolverines with a barrage of alley-oop dunks, fast-break slams and deep 3-pointers en route to their 89-62 road win Friday.
Trailing 10-4 late in the first quarter of Friday night’s girls basketball game with Crosby, the Lady Tors fired up some defensive heat, ripped off 17 unanswered points and coasted to an easy 44-24 victory.