High school basketball scores and player statistics for November 28, 2017
Clear Creek 55, Pasadena 34
Clear Creek used a balanced scoring attack that saw nine players score, and the Wildcats won the first half 30-16 to cruise to a Tuesday night road victory.
Donta Smith scored a team-high 13 points, and Day'Shon Marks added nine points for Clear Creek.
Both Calen Anderson and Nate Jackson had eight points for the Wildcats.
Clear Creek will be back in action in the Carlisle-Krueger Classic that will start on Thursday in pool play. The Wildcats are in Pool A and will play South Houston (9 a.m.) and North Brook (2 p.m.) in the Main Building Gym at Clear Lake High School. The tournament will start bracket play on Friday and will last through Saturday.
Clear Falls 67, Pasadena Sam Rayburn 57
The Clear Falls Knights got off the a fast start and kept Sam Rayburn at bay to record a non-district win at home Tuesday night.
Clear Falls took advantage of an ice-cold Sam Rayburn team and won the first quarter, 11-2. The Knights increased their lead to 32-20 at halftime and never let their opponents back in the ball game.
Leading Clear Falls were Camron Davis (16 points, seven rebounds), Brandon Buggs (13 points, six rebounds) and Dorian Mason with a double-double (12 points, 14 rebounds).
The Knights will be back in action Thursday through Saturday as co-hosts of the Carlisle-Krueger Classic, starting 3:30 p.m. Thursday on their home floor against Houston Milby.
Alvin 67, Santa Fe 51
The Yellowjackets used a four-headed scoring attack that saw them score 50 of the team’s 67 points (led by Damian Rebolledo’s 15 points) in a home victory.
Santa Fe won the first quarter 16-13, but Alvin won the next three, including their largest in the second (19-6) and fourth (22-15) quarters.
Andrew Montemayor and Manuel Silva each tallied 12 points for the Indians.
Santa Fe will participate in the Sam Rayburn Varsity Classic that will last Friday through Saturday.
Texas City 47, Fort Bend Marshall 33
In their District 23-5A opener at home Tuesday night, the Texas City Lady Stings got off to a fast start and never let up to record a win over Marshall.
Texas City won the first quarter, 16-8, and pushed its lead to 28-18 at the halftime break.
The Lady Stings were led by Ny’Keyia Letroise with 12 points.
Next, Texas City will enter the Arlington Classic tournament, which will be held Thursday through Saturday.
Editor’s note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.