Scores and player statistics for Galveston County high school basketball

BOYS

Clear Springs 76, Ball High 68

LEAGUE CITY

Terrance Woodson poured in 25 points and the Clear Springs Chargers utilized a high-scoring second quarter to get by the Ball High Tors at home Tuesday.

After the Tors won the first quarter, 14-10, the Chargers exploded for 32 points in the second quarter to take a 42-33 lead into the halftime break. Eleven points of Woodson’s game-high scoring total came in the second period. Clear Springs was then able to fend off Ball High in the second half.

Kyle Burt added 10 points for Clear Springs.

Ball High was led by Nigel Green with 18 points, Ty Polzin with 13 points and Giovanni Janke with 12 points.

Up next for Clear Springs will be the Fort Bend ISD Tournament, held Thursday through Saturday. Ball High hosts Clear Brook at 7 p.m. Friday.

Dickinson 71, Fort Bend Ridge Point 66

DICKINSON

Tramon Mark’s 32 points helped lead the Dickinson Gators past a tough Ridge Point bunch at home Tuesday.

Other leaders in the game for the Gators were Jalen Wydermyer with 11 points and nine rebounds, and Jabari Miller with eight points and four rebounds.

Dickinson will next enter the Cypress Hoops Invitational tournament, to be held Thursday through Saturday.

Friendswood 50, Fort Bend Dulles 41

SUGAR LAND

Coming off their first-place finish in the Leroy Miksch Tournament hosted by Needville, the Friendswood Mustangs kept up the winning ways on the road Tuesday against Dulles.

Thomas Hammer led the Mustangs with 17 points.

Coming up, it’ll be another tournament for Friendswood, as the Mustangs enter the Corpus Christi Pride of Texas tournament Thursday through Saturday.

Other scores:

Pearland 42, Clear Creek 38

Bay City 56, Hitchcock 48

GIRLS

Clear Springs 63, Deer Park 40

DEER PARK

The Chargers used a strong third quarter that aided Clear Springs to pull away from Deer Park on Tuesday night.

Leading by six at halftime, Clear Springs burst out of the locker room by winning the third 19-5. This was the Chargers' highest scoring and biggest point differential quarter.

Having big nights for the Chargers were Jermia Green (17 points, eight rebounds, six steals, four assists), Vianey Galvan (15 points, four assists), Niyah Johnson (eight points, 12 rebounds), McKenna Worrell (seven points, seven rebounds) and Blaise Blair (11 rebounds).

Clear Springs has a big final pre-district tune-up at home against Pearland at 7 p.m. Friday.

Texas City 55, Nederland 36

TEXAS CITY

Tahjea Smith had a big night with 22 points and 20 rebounds to lead the Texas City Lady Stings by Nederland at home Tuesday.

The Lady Stings won every quarter as they steadily distanced themselves from the Lady Bulldogs.

Up next, Texas City hits the road to face Dayton at 7 p.m. Friday.

Other scores:

Clear Falls 58, La Porte 19

Houston North Forest 50, La Marque 40

Brazosport 73, Hitchcock 62

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

Sports Editor

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