From the time the season began, Lubbock Christian could take the floor confident that a core group of players who have been in the gym since the first day of practice will be productive.
Ordinary teams aren’t always able to survive the coughs and sputters that invariably come with high school athletics. Trinity Christian is anything but ordinary, though, so an occasional lurch here or there isn’t about to derail the Lions.
Coronado is at its best when it is firing on all cylinders, the players feeding off each other's energy to build momentum and force opponents into committing mistakes.
Lubbock Christian's Joe Fernihough & Luke Lee talk about their team's solid all-around performance.
Trinity seniors Kieran Elliott & Marcus Ramon-Edwards break down a 40-point win that keeps team unbeaten in District 1-4A play.
Good teams taking aim at greatness have to cross some key things off their to-do list as the season rolls on.
Monterey senior TK Young chats about a win that keeps his team firmly in the driver's seat in District 4-5A.
There are plenty of tried-and-true paths to winning a basketball game on any given night, and try as they might, it’s almost impossible for coaches to concoct the perfect game plan to get that accomplished.
Estacado handled Levelland 67-50 on Tuesday, in large part due to a dominant third quarter showing. Speed and defense were the keys to success for the Matadors.
Plainsmen veterans Carter Bovkoon & Zyrin Brantley break down the path to a win that keeps their team in the top spot in District 4-5A.
Zyrin Brantley, Azijon Luke & Carter Bovkoon chat about what has helped the Plainsmen establish more consistency this season.
LCP's Amaree Garmon & Dayne Collier break down a win that evened the team's District 4-5A mark at 2-2.
Tiger guards Armani Gaganica & Jalen Braziel talk about bouncing back from a tough loss and taking aim at a third consecutive league crown.
Through 20 games this season, the All Saints boys have managed to find the right path to winning in all but one of those, and that came in handy Friday night when the Patriots began the District 1-2A season at Christ the King.
All Saints' Row Osborne & Cooper Locke break down what it took to claim a methodical 31-15 win punctuated by defense by both teams.
What shapes up as an intriguing District 1-2A race on both sides gets revved up Friday with the girls and boys from all six schools jumping into action.
Lubbock-Cooper began the District 4-5A season on the right foot Tuesday night against Lubbock High, and the final result was just what the Pirates were after.
Patton Pinkins spent the first 8 minutes of Tuesday’s highly anticipated non-district clash between Frenship and Trinity Christian fairly silent, at least when it came to the scoreboard.