Lady Cavs win big over Tigerettes in District 12-6A showdown
After a big win over The Woodlands late last week to start out district play, the College Park Lady Cavaliers turned around on Tuesday night at Marsha Porter Gymnasium in Conroe and beat another playoff team from a year ago. Read more…
After putting huge score gaps on back-to-back games, the road was looking clear for Conroe’s girls basketball team, but a game dominated by fouls and struggled free throws threw them for a spin. The Tigerettes managed to get by with a 63-57 victory against Oak Ridge. click here for complete story
The Conroe High School girls basketball team tasted sweet victory as they defeated College Park 37-29, improving their district record to 2-0.
The Tigerettes started the game with a solid lead over the Lady Cavaliers and held them to 9-2 by the end of the first quarter. College Park fought to close the gap in the second quarter but struggled to overcome the momentum that Conroe had set, leaving the halftime score at 23-14, Conroe. click here for complete story
From the get-go it was Atascocita in control, opening on a 12-3 run against Conroe on the way to a 25-5 lead at the end of the first quarter on Tuesday night.
The Lady Eagles (20-6, 7-0 in District 16-6A play) continued their impressive start into the second quarter rattling off a 9-2 run to eventually lead 42-10 at the half en route to the 68-29 victory.
“Starting the second round we set our goals on trying to finish up 12-0,” Atascocita head coach Valery Jackson said. “We’re taking one game at a time, we’re trying to stay healthy and stay focused. It’s easy when you go 6-0 in the first round and come out and not play as hard second round.”
In the second quarter, Shae Moore found her groove, scoring seven of her first half 12 points in the span of a few minutes, leading to a 16-point performance for the senior.
There is a 2007 regional semifinalist banner hanging high on the east wall of Marsha Porter Gymnasium at Conroe High School.
Deidre Vasquez led the team that put it there, and on Tuesday evening, she returned to the school where she roamed the sideline for nine seasons — this time as the opponent. Vasquez, who is in her first year at Oak Ridge, guided the Lady War Eagles to a 48-39 District 16-6A victory over the Tigerettes. It was the first of two meetings this season against her former school. click here for complete story
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