Future Stars Nov. 24

Eastern Hills’ Grant Camps drives to the basket against Liberty Hill on Wednesday at Eastern Hills Middle School in Harker Heights.

Jaime Villanueva | Herald

Amani Bradshaw scored 17 points to lead the Patterson Middle School seventh-grade girls to a 42-23 win over Eastern Hills on Nov. 16 in the championship game of the Killeen ISD preseason tournament at Ellison High School.

Other scorers for the Cavaliers were Meleanna Williams (eight points), Cierra Penn (six), Khya Andrews (three) and Alexus Whiteside, Jasmine Carson, Alanna Howard and Isis Askew (two each).

Williams scored 10 points to lead the way in a 37-1 win over Smith in the semifinals.

Other scorers were Bradshaw (nine), Penn and Carson (six each) and Wanjiru Randolph, Darion Levy and Askew (two each).

Patterson also won the eighth-grade tournament behind Sydney Brock’s 10 points in a 39-27 win over Liberty Hill in the title game.

Other scorers for the Cavaliers were Devany Wall and Cici McClain (eight points), Kaleiyah Davis (six), Rashari Brent (four), Daija Planas (three) and Breonna Fleming (two).

McClain scored 18 in a 48-10 semifinal victory against Audie Murphy.

Other scorers were Brock (10 points), Wall and Davis (six each), Fleming (five), Tia Landrum (two) and Planas (one).


PATTERSON 8A 54, RANCIER 8A 15: Sydney Brock scored 26 points as the Cavaliers followed their tournament title with another victory.

Other scorers for the Cavaliers were Kaleiyah Davis (eight points), CiCi McClain (seven), Breonna Fleming (five), Rashari Brent (four) and Daija Planas and Ariyana Scott (two).

NOLAN 8A VS. PALO ALTO 8A: Alia Vines led the Lady Mustangs with 16 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and three blocks.

Other scorers for Nolan were Shayla Williams (five points), Tamiah Dowdell (two) and Dominique Buford and Daja Simmons (one each).

Other rebounding leaders for Nolan were Simmons (eight), Shamira Peters (seven) and Dowdell (three),

Williams also had five steals and two blocks.

UNION GROVE 8A DEF. SMITH 8A: At Union Grove, Kiara Young led the Grizzlies to a win with nine points.

Other scorers for Union Grove were Angelica Brown (eight points), Sheila Borders and Nasia Close (seven each), Domique Smith and Terrya Goodrich (four each) and Hailey Woodard and Majiesstic Wright (two each).

LAKE BELTON 8A 35, S.C. LEE 8A 8: At S.C. Lee, Tamyja Garrett led the way for the defeated Lady Cougars.

PALO ALTO 8B 24, NOLAN 8B 14: Remani Slater led the defeated Lady Mustangs with eight points.

Ivana Kombet-Odang, Alayna Nunn, and Katrina McMillin each added two points for Nolan, which had just six players available.

Kombet-Odang had six steals and Slater’s finished with five. Top rebounders were Ahleeyah Brown (three) and Jalaia Bullock (two).

UNION GROVE 8B def. SMITH 8B: At Union Grove, Mercedes Morales scored in sudden-death overtime to give the Grizzlies a victory.

Madison Tash and Kayla Hansen also scored for the Grizzlies.

LAKE BELTON 8B 35, S.C. LEE 6: At S.C. Lee, Sarah Stephens was the top player for the defeated Lady Cougars.

PATTERSON 7A 40, RANCIER 7A 2: Cierra Penn led a balanced scoring effort with nine points to lead the Cavaliers to a win.

Other scorers for Patterson were Amani Bradshaw (eight points), Meleanna Williams and Jasmine Carson (six each), Dariona Levy (five) and Wanjiru Randolph, Khya Andrews and Brianna Smiley (two each).

The Cavaliers ‘A’ teams travel to Smith on Monday.

PALO ALTO 7A 17, NOLAN 7A 8: Jaycie Amezcua led the defeated Lady Mustangs with four points. As’janee Boykins and Tynasia Thomas each had two.

S.C. LEE 7A 36, LAKE BELTON 7B 24: At S.C. Lee, Oni Boodoo was the player of the game for the winning Lady Cougars.

NOLAN 7B 22, PALO ALTO 7B 18: Sierna Rogers and Jaquiesha Montgomery each scored eight points to help the Lady Mustangs get a victory.

Other scorers for Nolan were Chyna Rackley (four points) and Kayla Davis (two).

S.C. LEE 7B 23, LAKE BELTON 7B 5: At S.C. Lee, Jada Gallaspie helped the Lady Cougars pick up a victory in their first district home game.


PATTERSON 8A 47, RANCIER 8A 37: Jakarri Thomas scored 15 points to lift the Cavaliers to a season-opening win.

Other scorers for Patterson were Marice Berry (seven points), Jose Serrano (six), Ta’Yon Hill and Dyterious Peterkine (five each), Dequan Ryan (four), Demetrius Jasey (three) and Aubrey Kelly (two).

Abrion Franklin scored 11 points and had six steals to lead the defeated Roos.

Other Rancier contributors were Hezekiah Gonzalez (10 points and five steals), Jaden Thomas (eight rebounds, six steals, two assists and five points), Keelan Downs (seven points), Gabriel Brown (four points, Shammond Sinclair (two blocks) and Sharief Pelham (four blocks and two steals).

NOLAN 8A 45, PALO ALOT 8A 41: Jyaire Shorter scored 18 points to go with five rebounds and the Mustangs held on for a victory.

Other contributors for Nolan were Casey Armour (10 points and nine rebounds), Demontrion Curb (10 points), Trayvon Todd (seven points and seven rebounds) and Marcus Eiland (two points, six assists, six rebounds and two steals).

The 8A Mustangs travel to Like Oak Ridge on Monday.

RANCIER 8B 29, PATTERSON 8B 26: Shemarquez Johnson had nine points, eight rebounds, two steals and two blocks to lead the Roos to a victory.

Other contributors for Rancier were Marcus Clater (13 rebounds) and Jericho Garcia (11 rebounds, Isaiah LaRuy (nine points), Isaiah Woodberry (three points and four rebounds) and Colby Davis (two points).

Tyrin Prichett led the defeated Cavaliers with five points.

Other scorers were Brandon Harrison and Jaysian Tyson (four points each), Reginald Evelyn and Micah Hawkins (three each), Derodrian Jones, Tyrese Felder and Hunter Madison (two each) and William Duran (one).

PALO ALTO 8B 36, NOLAN 8B 19: At Nolan, Miguel Franqui led the defeated Mustangs with eight points and four steals.

Other contributors for Nolan were Jamarious Terry (four points and five rebounds), Titus Brooks (three points and five steals) and Tavis Johnson and Dominick Gross (two points each).

PATTERSON 8B 22, SMITH 8B 9: Jaysian Tyson scored seven points and the Cavaliers won a consolation game Thursday in the B-team tournament.

Other scorers for Patterson (1-1) were Timothy Reed (three points) and Jy-Quez Polk, Darodrian Jones, Brandon Harrison, Hunter Madison, William Duran and Jacore’ Flemming (two each).

PALO ALTO 7A 53, NOLAN7A 17: Tavon McCorvey scored 17 points and the Patriots defeated the Mustangs in their regular season opener.

Other scorers for Palo Alto were Romeo Postell (nine), Jacobo Brown and Ta’Veon Sevaaetasi (seven each), Dayshaun Young (five), Patrick Davidson (four) and Khalil Grant (three).

The Patriots host Rancier on Monday.

PATTERSON 7A 43, RANCIER 7A 13: Chandler Sutton scored 17 points to lead the Cavaliers to a victory.

Other standouts for Patterson were Damon Hewing and CJ Landry (six points each), Tony Harper, Deven Thomas and Elijah Hicks (two each) and Amir Davis.

PALO ALTO 7B 34, NOLAN 7B 12: Scotty Eddings scored 13 points and the Patriots pulled away for a victory in the first game of the KISD B-team tournament.

Jaquietin Taylor and C’Montre Houston each scored six points for Palo Alto. Shauntae Payne scored four, while Carlos Fergurson and Nehemiah Brown each added two. Carlon Rivera hit a free throw.

Edgerrin Melton, Keith Johnson-Varner, Cameron Savarino and Joshua Newman were defensive standouts.

PALO ALTO 7B 25, PATTERSON 7B 24, OT: Nehemiah Brown scored nine points and sealed the victory with a clutch free throw as the Patriots held off Patterson in overtime in the second round of the KISD B-team tournament.

Other scorers for Palo Alto were Jacquietin Taylor (seven points), Edgerrin Melton (three) and Shauntae Payne, Joshua Newmann and Miguel Rivera-Duff (two each).

Jalen Clarke scored 10 points as the Cavaliers fought back to force overtime. Other scorers for Patterson were Raiden Neely (four points), Yakhaeil Young and Javier Malina (two each) and Brian Gardner, Julien Jimenez and Andrew Long (one each).

PATTERSON 7B def. RANCIER 7B: Javier Malina scored 14 points and the Cavaliers rallied for a one-point victory.

Other scorers for Patterson were Jalen Clarke (six points), Raiden Neely (four), Tedrick Holmes and Preston Mills (three each) and Julien Jimenez (one).

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