College Park needed one more defensive stop on its home floor to keep its season alive on Tuesday night against District 16-6A rival Conroe.
With 12.2 seconds left, the Tigers had possession. Scrambling to find an open shot, Conroe finally got the ball into the hands of sophomore Jay Lewis. The Tigers’ dynamic point guard got a decent look from behind the arc on the right wing, but the shot clanked off the back of the iron. click here for complete story
The College Park Cavaliers pulled a hard-fought 52-50 victory over Conroe put pressure on them in their final game of the regular season.
The Tigers won the tip off at the start of the game, but a three-point shot by sophomore guard Shannon Scott gave the Cavaliers the first points on the board. Conroe’s Josh Berry responded with two points and was followed by another two points for the Tigers, putting College park behind by one point. click here for complete story
Tuesday night’s District 16-6A showdown between Oak Ridge and College Park looked like it’d be a close one.
That is, until McKinley Green took over in the second half — scoring 14 of his 19 points to lead College Park to a 65-50 win over Oak Ridge.
“Our kids played really well (tonight),” College Park coach Clifton McNeely said. “Quentin Grimes stepped up for us in the first half when we were a little bit sluggish. And I think Green and Dax DeBoer really gave us some leadership that we needed to get over the hump.” click here for complete story
There was quite a bit of build-up leading to Friday night’s showdown between The Woodlands and College Park.
Though the Cavaliers haven’t had as good a start as the Highlanders one can never predict how a rivalry game might turnout. So it was surprising that The Woodlands didn’t need to play it’s starters in the final quarter as coach Dale Reed and his Highlanders cruised to a 76-44 win. click here for complete story
There’s no love lost between The Woodlands and College Park.
That will be exemplified once again when the Highlanders and Cavaliers hit the court for a District 16-6A showdown at 7 tonight at The Woodlands High School.
“It’s always such a big game here in The Woodlands,” said Highlander coach Dale Reed, who is in his 11th season with the team. “It’s a rivalry game so you have to throw the records out. click here for complete story
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