Ethan Duncan head shot

Duncan

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, Trinity churned out 30 first-quarter points and finished up with 26 in each of the final three frames to keep the pressure on. The Lions play host to Fort Worth Lake Country on Friday.

TRINITY CHRISTIAN 108, MIDLAND TRINITY 62

Trinity Christian   30    26    26    26    --     108

Midland Trinity    18    13    17    14    --     62   

TRINITY CHRISTIAN (108) -- Ethan Duncan 11 2-2 32, Tate Truby 11 2-4 28, Tucker Smotherman 5 1-2 13, Marcus Ramon-Edwards 8 2-3 18, Parker Sutton 0 1-2 1, Pierce Stell 0 0-0 0, Dax Trout 1 0-0 3, Davis Reeves 1 0-0 2, Bruce Benjamin 3 3-3 10. Totals 40 11-16 108.

MIDLAND TRINITY (60) -- Rayshad Chambers 18 4-6 40, Shobby Enakpene 5 5-7 15, Raj Vadlapatia 1 0-0 3, Grant Higgins 1 0-0 2, Evan Whitt 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 9-13 62.

3-point goals -- Trinity Christian 16 (Duncan 8, Truby 4, Smotherman 2, Trout 1, Bruce 1); Midland Trinity 2 (Vadlapatia 1, Whitt 1). Total fouls -- Trinity Christian 14, Midland Trinity 12. Technical foul -- Chambers. Records: Trinity Christian 14-5, 2-0 TAPPS District 1-4A; Midland Trinity 1-2, 0-1. Up next: Fort Worth Lake Country at Trinity Christian, 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Luke Sell’s big night spurs Warriors past Patriots

Luke Sell head shot

Sell

All Saints had the outside firepower Tuesday in a showdown of the two best teams in TAPPS District 1-2A, but Kingdom Prep had a bigger edge in the paint. Warrior big man Luke Sell notched 24 points -- 12 in the third quarter -- to help his team weather the Patriots’ 3-point barrage. Jack Robinson led All Saints (4-4, 1-1 district) with 26 points, 17 after halftime. He cranked in three of the Patriots’ 9 treys, with Ash Bumstead leading the way with 4 as part of a 14-point effort. KPA (9-4, 2-0) jumped on top 19-10 in the first quarter, led by Sam Nicholson’s 6 points and 5 from Sell. All Saints charged back to trim the deficit to 31-29 at halftime. Luke Murphy added 14 points for the Warriors, who entertain Christ the King on Friday. All Saints is at home vs. Amarillo Ascension Academy,

KINGDOM PREP 67, ALL SAINTS 51

All Saints                       10    19    18    14    --     51

Kingdom Prep               19    12    23    13    --     67

ALL SAINTS (51) -- Ash Bumstead 5 0-0 14, Britton Stoffregen 1 0-0 3, Jack Robinson 7 9-9 26, Luke Maples 1 1-2 3, Graham St. Clair 0 0-1 0, Brown Mercer 2 0-0 5. Totals 16 10-12 51.

KINGDOM PREP (67) -- Levi Murphy 6 0-0 14, James Hawthorne 3 0-0 8, Cade Sands 2 0-0 4, Sam Nicholson 4 0-1 9, Luke Sell 10 4-5 24, Justin Cunningham 3 2-2 8. Totals 28 6-8 67.

3-point goals -- All Saints 9 (Bumstead 4, Robinson 3, Stoffregen 1, Mercer 1); KPA 5 (Murphy 2, Hawthorne 2, Nicholson 1). Total fouls -- All Saints 13, KPA 12. Records: All Saints 4-4, 1-1 District 1-2A; Kingdom Prep 9-4, 2-0. Up next: Ascension Academy at All Saints, 7:30 p.. Friday; Christ the King at Kingdom Prep, 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Eagles fall in low-scoring tussle with Midland Christian.

MIDLAND -- Lubbock Christian cooled off with a 44-34 road loss to Midland Christian. After a back-and-forth opening frame, the Eagles scored only 18 points over the final 24 minutes. Riley Schroeder led LC (12-4) with 11 points. District 1-4A play resumes Friday when the Eagles head to Colleyville to take on Christian Heritage at 7:30 p.m.

MIDLAND CHRISTIAN 44, LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN 34

Lubbock Christian        16    8      4      6      --     34

Midland Christian        15    8      9      12    --     44

LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN (34) -- Connor Lack 2, Cade Landrum 9, Riley Schroeder 11, Alex Lack 8, Zack Rogers 4

MIDLAND CHRISTIAN (8-5) -- Zach Day 8, Connor Sears 2, Giovanni Lujan 8, Joseph Venzant 23, Sebastian Giraldo 3

Total fouls -- Lubbock Christian 13, Midland Christian 11. Records: Lubbock Christian 12-4, Midland Christian 8-5. Up next: Lubbock Christian at Colleyville Covenant Christian, 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Abilene Christian races past Lions, 64-41

Christ the King tumbled into a big first-half hole and couldn’t climb out in a 64-41 loss to Abilene Christian. The Lions managed only 17 first-half points and trailed by 19 points at the break. Jonathan Gonzales scored 8 of his 10 points in the final frame. Aaron Chaloupka also added 10 points for CTK (4-4, 0-2), which plays at Kingdom Prep on Friday.

ABILENE CHRISTIAN 64, CHRIST THE KING 41

Abilene Christian          14    22    13    15    --     64

Christ the King              7      10    10    14    --     41

ABILENE CHRISTIAN (64) -- Harrison 1 2-2 4, Elijah Gravitt 8 2-4 19, Owen 2 1-2 5, Caleb Burros 3 2-2 9, Koop Darby 6 1-2 18, Blaze Villegas 4 0-0 9. Totals 24 8-12 64.

CHRIST THE KING (41) -- Aaron Chaloupka 4 0-0 10, Jonathan Gonzales 3 4-9 10, Mac Chaloupka 3 2-4 9, Hugh Wanjura 2 3-4 7, Armando Vowels 1 1-2 4, Nic Buescher 0 1-2 1, Reagan Buxkemper 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 10 9-17 41.

3-point goals -- Abilene Christian; CTK 3 (A.Chaloupka 2, M.Chaloupka 1). Total fouls -- Abilene Christian 21, CTK 18. Records: Abilene Christian 1-0 District 1-2A; CTK 4-4, 0-2. Up next: Abilene Christian at Southcrest Christian, 7:30 p.m.; CTK at Kingdom Prep, 7:30 p.m. Friday.