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11:30 Westbury Christian / St John's The GYM Westbury Chr. by 4
12p Stratford @ Cy Park Cy Park HS Cy Park by 17
1:30 Good Vision Academy / New Iberia (LA) The GYM Good Vision by 7
2p Shadown Creek / The Woodlands Chr. The Woodlands Chr HS Shadow Creek by 10
  Summer Creek / Bush Bush HS Summer Creek by 3
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RECAP: #12 SUMMER CREEK vs. #22 GOOSE CREEK MEMORIAL

Written by: Geoffrey Day (RCS Sports)

 

Non-District matchup in the early season between two RCS Sports ranked squads. UIL 6A vs UIL 5A! #12 Summer Creek Bulldogs (Houston, TX) traveled 30 minutes to take on #22 Goose Creek Memorial Patriots (Baytown, TX). Here is my game synopsis and evals. 

 

The seesaw battle began early in the game as both teams traded buckets. Summer Creek had it’s press going right after their first bucket, and they got into foul trouble early in the game. They entered the 1:1 bonus at the beginning of the second quarter. In the first two quarters the Bulldogs barely missed many shots as they ran their offense really well and capitalized off of the turnovers for easy buckets. The Patriots did their best to handle the press and them shooting a high free-throw percentage helped keep them in the game. It was a 10 point lead at the half with Summer creek up 54-44 over Goose Creek Memorial. 
 

Talk about a way to open up the third quarter that ultimately altered the game. Dariyus Woodson already had 3 individual fouls and was charged with shooting foul that was questionable. He just stood with his two hands up as his opponent drove to the rim and made contact with him. He yelled out “Oh My God” and the ref hit him with a technical foul giving him his 5th foul with only 30 seconds played into the 3rd quarter. The air  was sucked out of the Patriots as they only scored 4 points and had 12 turnovers in the quarter alone,  and couldn’t get a bucket to fall. Summer Creek kept the pressure applied in the fourth quarter and walked away big winners in this matchup of ranked teams. 

 

 

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

FINAL

Record

#11 Summer Creek

26

28

22

19

95

1-2

#22 Goose Creek Memorial

21

23

4

16

64

4-1

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PROSPECT UPSHOT: BARBERS HILL vs #22 GOOSE CREEK MEMORIAL

Written by: Geoffrey Day (RCS Sports)

 

Two UIL 5A Region-III foes faced off in Baytown, Texas. The facility wasn’t packed but the fans were very loud in the gymnasium giving it that basketball flare that I love. #22 Goose Creek Memorial (3-0) faced Barbers Hill (4-1). Here is my synopsis and evals from the game.

 

Slow paced basketball game as both teams were measuring each other in the first quarter of play. Neither team really shot the ball that well to start the game Goose Creek Memorial was 3/10 and Barbers Hill went 5/20 in the first quarter. The Patriots picked up their slack in the second quarter of play as Barbers Hill still struggled to hit shots at a high rate. Sam Bradford really got active on the glass and the team turned up the fire to force 6 turnovers in the quarter in which they capitalized on and took the lead. With the lead going into the second half the Patriots never looked back and continued to pour it on the Eagles. To add salt to the opened womb A’daris Semien hit a half court buzzer beater that gave the Patriots even more confidence. With the Eagles only down by 5 to start the quarter they came out defeated and started to foul early as if the game was already over. Goose Creek Memorial paced themselves and took care of business to remain unbeaten in the early part of the season and keep their ranking position intact. 


 

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

FINAL

Record

Barbers Hill

13

9

11

7

40

4-2

#22 Goose Creek Memorial

9

14

15

15

53

4-0

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PROSPECT UPSHOT: SPRING vs #14 CY RANCH

Written by: Geoffrey Day (RCS Sports)

 

Non -District matchup in the early season as Spring High School (Spring, TX) would travel over to face #14 Cypress Ranch High School (Cypress, TX). Both teams are in the Region II of UIL 6A classification and could possibly meet up again in the playoffs. Here is my synopsis and player takeaways of the game. 
Cy Ranch Mustangs set the tone early in this game capitalizing off of all the missed shots and early turnovers from the Lions. The Mustangs also shot 4/6 from behind the arc in the first quarter as well. The second quarter Spring began to find it’s shooting groove, but Cy Ranch continued to hit shots at a high rate and get easy buckets at the rim. There was a stretch in the second quarter when Spring's full court trap was causing havoc by forcing others to handle the rock, but it wasn’t enough to truly turn the tide in their favor. 
The start of the second half was no different than the first half in its entirety. The refs in this game missed a lot of calls on both sides and Coach Glass had enough of it and let the ref know in an upset professional manner that they were missing calls. Dubem Muoneke stole the ball and gave a good elbow to his opponent before punishing the rim was the final straw that led to Glass technical foul assessment. Spring did outscore Cypress Ranch in the final quarter of the game but the lead was too big for them to make a real dent in it. 

 

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

FINAL

Record

Spring

8

16

13

22

59

1-1

#14 Cypress Ranch

18

23

25

16

82

4-0

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PROSPECT UPSHOT: STRAKE JESUIT vs MEMORIAL

Written by: Geoffrey Day (RCS Sports)

 

Memorial High School of the Spring Branch ISD played hosts to the Strake Jesuit Crusaders in a UIL 6A non-district clash. Normally this game would’ve been a packed house with a loud student cheering section, but COVID has downplayed the fanatic energy of the game. The prospects and players still brought their A game. 

 

The game started off with Gaston coming off a screen to knock down a contested trey ball. Both squads would go on to trade buckets in the game. The refs were letting things go and both teams played very physically. Strake made a statement in the second quarter of the game as Jace Posey got the steal and took it down for a two handed jam that he would receive a technical foul for hanging on the rim for safety purposes because an opponent did run slightly under him. Strake then went on a 4-0 run and it became a game of runs for them in the second quarter that allowed them to push the lead to a 9 point deficit at the half. The second half of the game was a seesaw battle as both teams would trade buckets and trade off on runs. Late in the fourth quarter of the game Ben Clanton hit two big back-to-back trey balls and got it down to a five point lead with 45 seconds left in the game but Strake would hold on to take the win in this contest. 

 

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

FINAL

Strake Jesuit

12

19

16

15

62

Houston Memorial

15

7

16

17

55


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