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MIDDLE SCHOOL CITY CHAMPIONSHIP

The top teams from various Greater Houston districts annually met up and "Battled for the Crown" on Feb. 17-18 @ Aldine MacArthur HS.  This event was flat out loaded with several teams who had not lost a game all season. Once the smoke cleared, the defending champ, Manvel MS (who hadn't lost a game in two years) didn't disappoint, as Dylon Younger exploded for a game high 23p to lead Manvel past McAdams, 49-34 to successfully defend their title.

8A:  MANVEL (Alvin ISD) 49   McADAMS (Dickinson ISD) 34
MA:  Dylon Younger 23 (MVP), Maverick Curl - Okafor 8, Kameron Myers 7, Brayson Robinson 6, DJ Clark 3, Jameson Bailey 2
MC:  Le'Keith Tyler 11, Braeylon Bradley 8, James Turner 8, Poppy Thomas 4, Raylon Fobb 3

8B:  TANGLEWOOD (HISD) 37   HOLLAND (HISD) 28
T:  Demarcus Dennis 14, Logan Dennis 6 (MVP), Asa Mack 6, Zachary Garrett 4, Jeremiah Brown 3, Aron Brown 2, Preston Pendley 2 
H:  Joshua White 7, Leyder Alverado 6, Desmond Smith 5, Jaiden Wright 5, Montrell Texada 5

7A:  BOWIE (FBISD) 49   BARBERS HILL (ISD) 21
BO:  Peyton Williams 12, Jaeden Daniels 11 (MVP), TJ Dorough 8, Jaylon Daniels 6, Barieredum Marcus 6, Colt Carlton 2, Jameson Greenwood 2, Jesse Opara 2
BA: Garrett Covernale 7, Miles Spurlock 5, Kaedin Lewis 4, Christopher Gobert 3, Jacob Trigg 2

7B:  BOWIE 7B (FBISD) won the round robin division after defeating Angleton 7B, Friendswood 7B and CE King.  Jason Bolden was named MVP 
#MSCC   
RESULTS
*** #MSCC PAST CHAMPIONS*** 

YEAR 8th CHAMPION 8th RUNNERS UP - 7th CHAMPION 7th RUNNERS UP
2024 Manvel (Alvin ISD) 49 McAdams (Dickinson ISD) 34   Bowie (FBISD) 49 Barbers Hill (ISD) 21
2024 B DiIVISION CHAMPS >>>>> Tanglewood (HISD)   B DIVISION CHAMPS >>>>> Bowie 7B (FBISD)
2023 Autumn Ridge (Humble ISD) 38 First Colony (FBISD) 37   Manvel (ISD) 44 West Lake (Humble ISD) 38
2022 Bowie (FBISD) 31 Marshall (BMT ISD) 28   West Lake (Humble ISD) 37 Friendswood (ISD) 26
2021 Crosby (Hitchcock ISD) 23 Wood Creek (Humble ISD) 21   Marshall (BMT ISD) 38 Southmore (PISD) 13
2020 Silsbee (ISD) 63 Lake Olympia (FBISD) 60   Crosby (Hitchcock ISD) 53 Jones (Aldine ISD) 44
2019 Hodges Bend (FBISD) 59 Rodeo Palms (Alvin ISD) 47   xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx

 

GREATER HOUSTON's 40+ CLUB!

The most recent addition to this list is ASHTON SIMMONS (Beaumont West Brook HS '24) after his 45p performance 2/14/24 in a win!
The following players have scored 40p or more during the season!  Be sure to go check them out whenever possible. 

PTS PLAYER HT CLASS HIGH SCHOOL v OPPONENT
54 Gavin Davis 6'3 2024 Jersey Village vs Cy Creek
53 Colton Collins 6'1 2024 Katy Tompkins vs Aldine
53 Bryan Bernardez 6'4 2025 Westbury vs Sam Houston
47 Jackson Seastrunk 6'3 2025 Hampshire Fannett vs Warren
45 Ashton Simmons 6'3 2024 BMT West Brook vs Atascocita
45 Bryan Bernardez 6'4 2025 Westbury vs Wisdom
44 Aiden Buckman 6'3 2025 College Park vs Westbury
43 Bryan Bernardez 6'4 2025 Westbury vs Houston Austin
43 Chris Jones Jr 6'3 2025 Pasadena Memorial vs Washington
42 Kenyan Valdez 6'4 2024 Baytown Sterling vs Goose Creek Memorial
41 Trent Callies 5'8 2025 LaPorte vs Angleton
41 Michael Collins 6'2 2025 Shadow Creek vs Alief Elsik
41 Nate Law 6'6 2024 St Thomas Episcopal vs Concordia Lutheran
40 Qasim Boyd 5'11 2024 Dickinson vs Clear Lake
40 Christian Gibson 6'5 2026 Mayde Creek
40 Jayden Gambrell 6'3 2024 Madison vs Westbury
40 Quinton Sanders 6'2 2025 Wheatley vs Houston Sterling

 

3rd WARD JAMBOREE @ YATES HS

SATURDAY RESULTS:
Jack Yates 114   Concordia Lutheran 70
JY:  Jordan Andrus  27,  Gerald McAfee 22 (6 treys),  Aiden Mohammed (soph) 14,  Rico Taylor (soph) 11  
CL:  Dayton Navy (soph) 20  [15p in 1st half],  Jace Jeffries 16 (10 in 4th Q),  Jacob Rosner 15
Notes:  Yates led 55-37 at the half and hit 14 treys in this game

Good Vision Academy 96   Worthing 67
GV:  Elijah Mitchell 26p 8r,  Noah Neumann 20,  Shawn Mitchell 12, Sam Cole 11, Didi Zanguim 10
W:  Coreon Hardy 28 (5 treys),  Courtland Sloan 18

Dallas Lancaster 69  Bellaire 53
DL:  Dillion Battie 24 (8 in 4th Q),  Des'meon Jones 18 (4 treys)
B:  Shelton Henderson 21 (6/9ft),  Kohlman Dutton 11,  Anthony Andrews III 10
Notes:  Lancaster led by 3 at the half

Manvel 55   Madison 53
MV:  Byron Green 15
MD:  Anthony Avalos 24

Atascocita  62   San Antonio Wagner 57
A:  Jerrell Barron Jr 18,  Jaylen Fenner 15,  Jachai Cantave 12, Luke Martinez 11
SA:  Joshua Rice 13,  Romeo Hall 11,  Jovanni Whitaker 11
Notes:  TreVaun Clark finished with 8p for SAW

Channelview 43   Lamar Consolidated 36
C:  Xavier Palmer 20 (8/11ft)
LC:  Shfeeq Mujahideen 15

Dawson 69   Episcopal 64
D:  Maleek Simeus 32 (13 in the 4Q)
E:  Justin Begg 18 (6/7ft),  Jaleel Registe 16 (9 in the 4Q)
Notes:  Simeus hit 3 treys in the final period to help seal the deal


FRIDAY RESULTS:

Kashmere 49   Aldine 35
K: Michael Smith 18, Caleb Benton 12
A: Tony Williams Jr. 9,  Jorge Castro 9
Note:  Aldine led by double digits in the first half.  Unsigned Senior, Kevin Mitchell 6'6 was splendid while running the offense for Kashmere.

Dallas Lancaster  63   St Thomas Episcopal 49
DL: Dillon Battie 12,  Devon Pearson 12, Kollin Douglas (soph) 10
STE: Aiden Law 17 (all in 1st Half - 14 in 2Q), Noah Ritchards 10
Note:  STE attempted 0fts the entire game.  UTRGV signee Nate Law finished w/ 5p.


SA Wagner  63  Bellaire Episcopal 53
SA: Damien Ramirez (soph) 15,  Joshua Rice (soph) 15, Jovanni Whittaker 14
E: Jakeel Registe 26,  Justin Begg 11
Note:  Wagner's heraled (soph) TreVaun Clark finished  with 7p.  George Mason head and asst coaches were present to support Begg.


Here are the TEAM ROSTERS 

 

SEASON OPENER BOX SCORES & RECAP!

FRIDAY RESULTS (click on heading to view official boxscores)!

This game was over at the tip as Jordan jumped out to a 24-7 lead after the first period and cruised to a dominating first win of the season by the score of 85-40. The backcourt of Elijah Black ('25) and Jaden Holt ('25) was just too much for Aldine as they were just overwhelmed with the defensive pressure by Jordan as they collected 13 steals in the win. Black led the way with 20p and 7s followed by Holt who added 19p and 6a. Lorenzo Robinson ('25) led Aldine with 14p.
 
K: 24    24    22    15    85
A:  7       9    12    12    40
 
K: 31/57 FG (54%) 8/25 3PT (32%) 15/28 FT (54%) 6 TO
A: 15/45 FG (33%) 0/7 3PT (0%) 10/18 FT (56%) 21 TO
 
K: Elijah Black 20, Jaden Holt 19, Jacob Oluokun 8, Rayan Fadika 8, Jude Oluokun 6, Jonah Folse 5, Ethan Feagins 4, Trae Gage 3, Jalen Black 3, Corey Nicholson 3, Kyle Smith 2, Caden DeLeon 2, Landon Kjar 2
A: Lorenzo Robinson 14, Jameson Kegler 6, Jorge Castro 4, Davion Hurd 4, Tony Williams 3, Jordyn Johnson 2, Brandy Cedillos 2, De'eric Hall 2, Keyder 1, Nehemiah Dasent 1, Ever Aguirre 1
 
Before the game word came out that Westfield big man Jeremiah Cooper (’25) was out due to NPNP and that put a damper on the match up. St Francis came out in attack mode going up by 15p behind the strong play of John Laboy II (’25). At the end of the 1st, St Francis Episcopal held a 25-12 lead. That lead would balloon to 32 in the 3rd before Westfield made it closer and St Francis Episcopal cruise to a 79-61 win to open the season. Cory Syon II ('25) caught fire and scored 26p including going 7/7 from 3. Eren Ozcelik ('25) added 17p followed by Laboy II was very good finishing with 15p 6r and 5a. Westfield was led by DeBrion Broomfield ('24), Davion McDaniel ('24) and Kam Lewis ('25) who all scored 12p in the loss. 
S: 25     22    21    11    79
W: 12    16    13    20    61
 
S: 25/45 FG (56%) 10/18 3PT (56%)  19-30 FT (63%) 13 TO
W/; 21-51 FG (41%) 8/20 3PT (40%) 11/20 FT (55%) 12 TO
 
S: Cory Syon 26, Eren Osczelik 17, John Laboy II 14, Christian Hodge 9, Nigel Walls 8 O'marion Harvey 2, Trace Stone 2
W: Kam Lewis 12, Debrion Broomfield 12, Davion McDaniel 12, Greg Boudreaux 9, Paul Jaclson 6. Justin Pipkin 5, Rinaldo Robinson 3, Jordan Francic 5
 
In the marquee match up between two teams that could find themselves in San Antonio in March, it was Duncanville who used a huge 3rd period to hold off Seven Lakes by a score of 79-73. After going into the half down 32-20, Duncanville took control outscoring Seven Lakes 24-25 in the period behind the shooting of Kayden "Bugg" Edwards ('26) and Joseph Brooks ('25). They both shot the cover off the ball and made life miserable for Seven Lakes, who lost talented guard Nasir Price ('26) to a finger injury in the 3rd period and was limited to 14 min. LA Tech signee AJ Bates ('24) had a very good game for Seven Lakes in front of his future assistant coaches. Edwards led Duncanville with 22p followed by a monster game by BJ Davis-Ray ('25) who added 18p and 9r. Brooks added 15p and 6r in the win. Bates led all scorers with 29p and 7r followed by Isaiah Santos ('27) who had a coming out party finishing with 16p and 8r. Sean Williams ('26) added 11p and 5r.
 
D: 16    24    24    15    79
S: 19    23    15    16    73
 
D: 26/47 FG (55%) 11/22 3PT (50%) 16/20 FT (89%) 22 TO
S: 27/70 FG (39%) 5/30 3PT (17%) 14/15 FT (93%) 9 TO
 
D: Kayden Edwards 22, BJ Davis-Ray 18, Joseph Brooks 15, Anthony Cook 7, Jirehn Mitchell 6, Gary Jones 5, Beckham Black 4, Cameron Smith 2
S: AJ Bates 29, Isaiah Santos 16, Sean Williams 11, Nasir Price 7, Brett Norton 6, Tillman Jaramillo 2, Hagen Knight 2
 
In a game that looked like it would get out of hand early, Shadow Creek had to make plays down the stretch to start the season off with a win and they did that as Mike Collins ('25) made the plays to get the win 57-50. Shadow Creek jumped out to a 19-11 lead after the 1st period and looked to be in cruise control. Pebblebrook would not go away and before you knew it, we had a nip and tuck game down the stretch. That's when up 3, Collins stepped to the line and calmly sank two free throws and on the ensuing inbounds stole the ball and got a breakaway dunk for the final margin. Collins led all scorers with 19p followed by Kaden Tate ('24) who finished with 17p and 9r. Pebblebrook was led by Caleb Thomas ('25) who finished with 17p followed by Arthur Williams ('24) and Zyree Brown ('26) who both finished with 10p each. Talented junior Bryce Jackson ('25) was expected to return from a year long absence but he unfortunately rolled his ankle and is in a boot. You can't help but feel bad for the kid as he was so looking forward for his return. Let's pray for a speedy recovery. 
 
P: 11    16    12    11    50
S: 19    13    13    12    57
 
P: 18/42 FG (43%) 8/20 3PT (40%) 6/9 FT (67%) 12 TO
S: 24/53 FG (45%) 2/16 3PT (13%) 7/10 FT (70%) 8 TO
 
P: Caleb Thomas 17, Arthur Williams 10, Zyree Brown (So) 10, Max McNeil 7, Jaylen Humphrey (So) 6
S: Mike Collins 19, Kaden Tate 17, Caleb Jordan 8, Jaylen Singleton 6, Julian Cuillier 5, Adin Lewis 2

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