Weekend Reaction: Creek Won OT Thriller; Ranch Swept Langham; Tomball On Wrong Side Of Buzzer Beater

By on January 6, 2018 1:56 pm

Weekend recaps are back for Northwest Houston sports. Check out what happened in boys and girls basketball on Friday!

BOYS:

UIL 17-6A: NO. 1 CYPRESS FALLS (18-3) 74, CYPRESS WOODS (4-15) 42

Nigel Hawkins’ 22 points led Falls to its second district win of the year.

TAPPS 3-6A: NO. 2 CONCORDIA LUTHERAN (29-1) 97, BEAUMONT MONSIGNOR KELLY (11-12) 62

Concordia scored 90+ points for the eighth time this season.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 3 CYPRESS CREEK (15-6) 64, NO. 4 CYPRESS SPRINGS (14-7) 62-OT

Creek was outscored 28-17 in the middle two periods, but came back for its second overtime win this season. Cameron Maxwell led the Cougars with 18 points, and Rashad Perkins added 17.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 5 CYPRESS LAKES (12-8) 68, JERSEY VILLAGE (3-14) 52

Jersey took a three-point lead heading to the fourth, but Lakes bounced back with a 28-9 final period.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 6 CYPRESS RANCH (11-7) 86, LANGHAM CREEK (5-15) 51

Ranch ran to its first district win.

UIL 20-5A: HUNTSVILLE (5-8) 79, NO. 7 TOMBALL (7-15) 77

Tomball held a 10-point lead at the half, but Huntsville bounced back, and won on PJ O’Bryant’s buzzer-beating basket.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 8 CYPRESS RIDGE (9-11) 79, CY-FAIR (7-12) 77

Ridge is 2-0 in district play, while Fair is 0-2.

UIL 20-5A: MAGNOLIA (11-6) 60, NO. 9 TOMBALL MEMORIAL (8-14) 34

In a combined effort, Magnolia’s Jackson Moffatt and Evan Palmquist matched Memorial’s 34 points.

TAPPS 9-1A: NO. 10 OAKS ADVENTIST (2-2): OFF

Cy Ranch girls player

D’Asia Collins has been a key piece for Cy Ranch this season.

GIRLS:

UIL 17-6A: NO. 1 JERSEY VILLAGE (21-2) 67, NO. 8 CYPRESS LAKES (13-8) 49

Jersey snapped Lakes’ five-game win streak.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 2 CYPRESS CREEK (20-4) 56, NO. 6 CYPRESS SPRINGS (13-5) 44

Creek dominated the first half 32-13.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 3 CYPRESS RANCH (16-3) 77, NO. 5 LANGHAM CREEK (18-7) 63

Ranch is one of three 17-6A teams with at least three district wins this season.

TAPPS 3-6A/SPC: KINKAID (16-2) 51, NO. 4 CONCORDIA LUTHERAN (19-6) 34

Concordia lost to the top private school team in the VYPE coverage area.

UIL 20-5A: NO. 7 TOMBALL MEMORIAL (13-8) 47, MAGNOLIA (4-15) 30

Memorial limited Magnolia’s production because 12 of the Bulldogs’ 30 points came from Lexi Bearden.

UIL 17-6A: NO. 9 CYPRESS FALLS (14-9) 70, CYPRESS WOODS (10-11) 51

Joanne Allen-Taylor led Falls with 32 points, and Sophia Eggenberger added 18.

UIL 20-5A: HUNTSVILLE (17-6) 47, NO. 10 TOMBALL (8-7) 28

Tomball limited Huntsville to five points in the opening quarter, but had no answer for Rukiah Utley’s 24 points.

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