A disastrous second quarter cost Atascocita a trip to the state basketball tournament in 2015. The Eagles missed nine of their 13 shots and turned the ball over five times against underdog Irving MacArthur, digging a hole they couldn’t get out of and missing a chance to atone for losing in the regional finals the year before.
It wasn’t Carsen Edwards’scorching start last Friday night that surprised Atascocita High School coach David Martinez.
The veteran coach had seen his senior guard, a Purdue signee, lock in before. Even seven 3-pointers in as many tries — by the end of the first quarter — were a pleasant but reasonable spike for an accomplished shooter. click here for complete story
With an emphatic 105-63 blowout victory against Summer Creek on Friday night, No. 1 Atascocita continued its dominance over District 16-6A clinching the program’s third-straight district championship.
“Great accomplishment,” Atascocita coach David Martinez said. “Not many programs can say that. Very proud of our kids and the pride hey have in Atascocita High School. It’s not easy and we work really hard to be competitive. While district championships are great our kids want to play for something bigger.” click here for complete story
The second place Highlander boys basketball team (22-6, 6-2) faced off against the undefeated Atascocita Eagles (27-0, 7-0) on Friday night at The Woodlands High School gym. The Eagles are number one in district and the state coming into tonight’s game. Click here for complete story
With just a handful of games left in the season, the pressure is on for teams to solidify or improve their spot in the standings. Atascocita, still undefeated, sits on top of District 16-6A with The Woodlands breathing down its neck. click here for complete story