Southcrest Christian sputtered and coughed in the first quarter against Christ the King on Tuesday. But once Landon Delgado found his groove, the Warriors spent the rest of the night with the upper hand in a gritty 41-37 victory in District 1-2A.
The final week of the 2020-21 UIL boys basketball regular season is at hand with key games dotting the Tuesday schedule and plenty to be decided.
Reese Rogers made sure All Saints got off to a strong start and her Lady Patriot teammates followed suit in a key District 1-2A victory against Kingdom Prep on Friday.
MIDLAND -- Lubbock Christian re-established its footing in the District 1-4A standings on Friday by rolling past Midland Trinity 64-43 on the road.
Christ the King climbed into the District 1-2A win column on Tuesday, riding a big night from Aaron Chaloupka and stingy defense to down Amarillo Ascension Academy 63-31.
Jack Robinson and Britton Stoffregen combined for eight of All Saints’ nine 3-pointers, and the Patriots defense smothered Amarillo Ascension for three quarters in a 49-23 victory Tuesday night in a TAPPS District 1-2A contest.
While it’s safe to say Southcrest Christian has a comfortable spot in the District 1-2A catbird seat, the battle for positioning after that figures to be interesting the next few weeks. All Saints helped underscore that notion Friday with a solid 39-33 victory against Abilene Christian.
FORT WORTH -- Ethan Duncan and Tate Truby combined for 59 points as No. 1-ranked Trinity Christian hammered Fort Worth Lake Country 91-68 on Friday.
Abilene Christian showed up with a purpose Friday night against No. 1-ranked Southcrest Christian and knocked the Lady Warriors on their heels for 8 minutes.
All Saints seemed well on its way to a second straight District 1-2A victory on Tuesday when it took on Kingdom Prep.
Trinity Christian came out with another relentless performance against Midland Trinity on Tuesday and rolled to a 108-62 victory on the road. Ethan Duncan and Tate Truby scored 32 and 28 points, respectively, and accounted for 12 of the Lions’ 16 3-pointers. Ignited by Truby’s 14 points, Tri…
Inconsistency can seem like a harsh word at first glance, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be a negative. Because there is a positive side of not always being as good as you want to be. When you are good or better than expected, there is some definite value to that.
In a season when not much has been normal, All Saints has navigated as winding a road as anybody in the Hub City. Now, though, there is a sense of normalcy and it couldn’t have arrived at a better time.