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ALDINE—Paetow started its 2020-2021 boys basketball season a team divided. It finished a family, a brotherhood in players’ parlance. more
ALDINE—Paetow boys basketball coach Michael Niemi preached every day leading up to the playoffs. more
As recently as last week, Paetow boys basketball coach Michael Niemi had not been pleased with his team’s defense. more
COLLEGE STATION—Everett Marlatt wasn’t having any of it. The thought of his high school basketball career ending was a non-starter. more
Taylor’s boys basketball team had three goals this season: make the playoffs, win the district championship and make it to the third round of the playoffs, the regional quarterfinal stage that has eluded the program. more
Like every other high school boys basketball team in the country, Katy High has dealt with its share of adversity because of COVID-19. Tuesday’s game against Cinco Ranch was the first time the Tigers had every coach and player healthy since before the Christmas break. more
Seven Lakes boys basketball coach Shannon Heston feels like he’s playing with house money these days. more
Following his team’s impressive and surprising run to the regional quarterfinals last season, Tompkins boys basketball coach Bobby Sanders had every reason to be optimistic heading into this season. more
After producing one of the best seasons ever in Texas high school basketball history, Morton Ranch senior guard L.J. Cryer was named District 19-6A’s Most Valuable Player for the second straight year. more
In the end, Morton Ranch met its nemesis—a team that had just as much firepower, just as much athleticism and just as much shooting as it did. more
After each practice and game this season, Tompkins boys basketball coach Bobby Sanders had a departing message for his son, senior forward Hank Sanders. more
It’s a late morning practice, the playoffs are a few days away, and Morton Ranch senior Westley Sellers is doing one of the many things he does well on the basketball court. more
Tompkins is not supposed to be here, still playing two weeks after the regular season ended and beating two higher-seeded playoff opponents along the way. more
Eddie Lampkin struggled watching his team from the sidelines as he missed half of the regular season with a right knee injury. Feeling frustrated and helpless, the Morton Ranch senior center and TCU signee sought solace anywhere and everywhere through 16 games of absence. more
Of the six playoff appearances in the 30-plus history of Mayde Creek boys basketball, two have come the last two seasons. more
The identity of Katy High’s 2019-20 boys basketball team is predicated upon actions, not words. That was never more evident than a change that altered the course of the Tigers’ season around Christmas time. more
Defense, depth and energy. Perhaps not necessarily in that order, but those are the not-so-secret ingredients to the rise of Paetow’s boys basketball team in just its second year of varsity play. more
The injury bug has been a persistent, unwelcome guest in the Cinco Ranch boys basketball locker room this season, but it seems to have been squashed right as the District 19-6A playoff race is heating up. more
Morton Ranch guard L.J. Cryer is ranked No. 60 in the country in ESPN’s latest national rankings for the Top 100 recruits in the Class of 2020. more
Like a thief in the night, Katy boys basketball coach Danny Russell told his Tigers, they would have to steal a road game at Tompkins. more
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