Category: Basketball (B)

Basketball | Grimes earns second straight 12-6A MVP award

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College Park guard Quentin Grimes (5) brings the ball up court during the second quarter of a District 12-6A high school basketball game at College Park High School, Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, in The Woodlands.

College Park senior Quentin Grimes has been named the District 12-6A Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season after yet another standout campaign for the Cavaliers.

Grimes, a Kansas signee, averaged 29.5 points, 8.6 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game this year while shooting 57 percent from the floor and 39 percent from the 3-point line. continue reading…

Boys Basketball: The Woodlands blows past Horn, advances to area round


After being eliminated by Westfield in the first round of last year’s playoffs, The Woodlands has been determined to make a deep run in 2017. The Highlanders have started their postseason journey about as well as any team can with a 64-42 blowout win over Mesquite Horn in the Region II-6A bi-district round Tuesday night at the Johnson Activity Center at Fairfield High School. read more…

Boys Basketball: Lewis, Tigers blow past College Park


Conroe and College Park wrapped up the first round of district play Tuesday night with a hard-fought battle in The Pit at Conroe High School. The Tigers wasted no time jumping all over the Cavaliers, hitting three 3-pointers to open the game. Once Conroe got in front, it never surrendered the lead, beating College Park 82-65. Read more…

Boys Basketball: Conroe tops Oak Ridge in close 12-6A opener


Conroe and Oak Ridge opened up competition in District 12-6A Friday night with an exciting, back-and-forth battle that came down to the final minute of the game.

It had been a bit of an off night for Jay Lewis up until the fourth quarter, where he scored 13 of his 19 points, making big play after big play to lead the Tigers to a 59-55 win over Oak Ridge in The Pit at Conroe High School. Read more…

ALUMNI NOTEBOOK: College Park alum Reed having success at Cabrillo College

aaqzqOff of a freshman campaign which saw him earn the California Community College Athletic Association – Coast Conference South Division Most Valuable Player, Brett Reed is off to fast start this year at Cabrillo College.

The 2015 College Park graduate and All-Montgomery County Player of the Year after his senior season is third on his team in scoring average and ninth in the conference. Read more…