Keyword: Texas high school girls basketball
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Tompkins freshman guard Loghan Johnson said she had some nerves prior to her first high school playoff game on Tuesday, Feb. 18. more
Katy High ran into basketball’s version of a perfect storm on Monday, Feb. 17, in its Class 6A bi-district playoff game against Fort Bend Bush. more
Coming into this season, Cinco Ranch girls basketball coach Dwayne Archangel thought he had a “top-2” team in District 19-6A. Archangel felt the Cougars had the depth, playmaking and experience necessary to not only make the playoffs, but potentially compete for a district title. more
Mia Hill remembers the lean days of Tompkins girls basketball. A varsity player since her freshman year, she often looks back on when the Falcons were little more than an afterthought. more
On the play which she scored her 1,000th career point, Abby Bala’s skill as a basketball player—like astute decision-making and crafty playmaking ability— was on display. more
The backcourt for the Tompkins’ girls basketball team has been putting up gaudy numbers this season, but strong defensive pressure, anchored by a frontcourt the guards can trust, has been a huge factor that doesn’t necessarily show up in the box score. more
It’s a new calendar year for Seven Lakes, and for coach Angela Spurlock, the hard work of early season practices and growing pains of losses are starting to show results when it matters. more
The Tompkins girls’ basketball team survived its first true test of its District 19-6A schedule on Friday, Jan. 3, holding on for a 48-45 win over Cinco Ranch. more
While most of the Katy area, if not Region III girls basketball, knows about the stellar individual talent of Katy High senior Allana Thompson, it was her teammates that finished strong without her in the fourth quarter of the Tigers’ 64-54 win against Clear Brook on Tuesday, Dec. 10. more
Heading into their non-district matchup against Fort Bend Travis on Monday, Dec. 9, only two people knew it would be the long-awaited return to game action for Morton Ranch senior center Madyson Bailey — her and head coach Kisha Jones. more
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