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Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2014 4:30 am

Kaleiyah Davis led three Lady Cavaliers in double figures with 14 points and Patterson’s eighth-grade A-team capped a perfect season with a 56-36 win over Manor in the Killeen ISD Championship Tournament final.

It’s the third consecutive KISD championship for the Patterson eighth-grade program.

Davis also had four assists and one steal.

Other contributors for the Lady Cavs (15-0) were Cielo McClain (12 points, four blocks, four rebounds), Sydney Brock (11 points, two assists and five rebounds), Devany Wall (six points, four assists, a block and seven steals), Rashari Brent (six points, five assists, a block, five rebounds and four steals), Tia Landrum (four points, two assists, a block, two rebounds and two steals), Daija Planas (three points, five assists, five rebounds and three steals), Breonna Fleming (two assists), Niah Tennant (a block and three rebounds) and Jayona Jennings (one rebound).

PATTERSON 8A 53, PALO ALTO 8A 16: Davis had 15 points, two assists and two steals in a semifinal victory.

Other contributors for the Lady Cavs were Cielo McClain (13 points, five rebounds and three steals), Sydney Brock (12 points, a blocked, two rebounds), Tia Landrum (five points and two steals), Breonna Fleming (three points, three rebounds and two steals), Niah Tennant (three points, three blocks and two rebounds), Daija Planas (two points, four assists and three rebounds), Devany Wall (three assists, a block and two steals), Rashari Brent (two assists, and three steals) and Jayona Jennings (three assists, three steals).

SEVENTH-GRADE GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP

PATTERSON 7A 40, UNION GROVE 7A 21: Jelecia Magee and Amani Bradshaw each scored seven points to lead the Lady Cavaliers to their second straight KISD championship.

Magee also had four rebounds and a steal. Bradshaw added a block, four rebounds and six steals.

Other contributors for Patterson (15-0) were Meleanna Williams (six points, four assists, six rebounds), Khya Andrews (five points), Isis Askew (four points, five rebounds), Wanjiru Randolph (four points), Dariona Levy (three points), Cierra Penn (two points, three assists, three rebounds and two steals), Jasmine Carson (two points), Alanna Howard (four rebounds, three steals), Brianna Smiley and Natalia Goodman.

PATTERSON 7A 25, LIBERTY HILL 7A 15: Meleanna Williams had 11 points and four rebounds to lead the Lady Cavaliers to a win in the semifinals.

Other contributors for Patterson were Cierra Penn (four points, three assists, two rebounds), Amani Bradshaw (four points, two assists, four rebounds), Jasmine Carson (three points, three assists), Brianna Smiley (two points, two rebounds), Khya Andrews (one point, three assists), Jelecia Magee (four rebounds), Alanna Howard (two rebounds, two steals), Wanjiru Randolph (two rebounds and two steals), Natalia Goodman, Isis Askew and Dariona Levy (two assists).

BOYS BASKETBALL

NOLAN 8A 60, PATTERSON 8A 42: At Patterson, Jyaire Shorter and Casey Armour each had 14 points and six rebounds to lead the Mustangs to a win on the road on the first round of the KISD Championship Tournament.

Nolan dominated from the start, compiling 20 assists, 17 steals and four blocks.

Trayvon Todd recorded his fifth double-double for the Mustangs with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Other contributors for Nolan were Marcus Eiland (seven points, six assists and six rebounds), Demontrion Curb (nine points, two rebounds and four assists), Titus Brooks (six points, two rebounds and two steals off the bench), Shamar Domonter (one point), Zach Moody (three rebounds and a steal) and Jean Paul Colon (two assists).

Jakarri Thomas led Patterson with 11 points. Other scorers for the Cavaliers were Maurice Berry (seven), Ka’Rahn Salter, Jose Serrano and Aubrey Kelly (six each), Xavier Wilson (four) and Demetrious Jasey (two).

Timothy Reed, William Duran and Avante Bell also were standouts.

PATTERSON 8A 35, LIVE OAK RIDGE 8A 30: At Live Oak Ridge, Maurice Berry scored seven points and the Cavaliers won their regular season finale and earned a spot in the district postseason championship tournament.

Other scorers for Patterson (2-2 conference) were Timothy Reed and Jakarri Thomas (six points each), Xavier Wilson (five) and Ka’Rahn Salter, Jose Serrano and Aubrey Kelly (four each).

Will Duran was a defensive standout.

NOLAN 8A 61, SMITH 8A 20: At Smith, Trayvon Todd had 20 points and 10 rebounds and the Mustangs jumped out to a big first quarter lead en route to a victory in their regular season finale.

Casey Armour also had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Other contributors for Nolan were Demontrion Curb (12 points, three rebounds, three assists), Jyaire Shorter (five points, 11 rebounds, two steals, two blocks), Shamar Domonter, Titus Brooks, and Zach Moody (two points each off the bench), Marcus Eiland (three assists and three steals) and defensive standout Jean Paul Colon.

The Mustangs limited the Leopards to two points in the opening quarter.

NOLAN 8A 48, RANCIER 8A 35: At Nolan, Trayvon Todd had 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Mustangs shook off a slow start to build a 25-2 lead en route to a victory.

Other contributors for Nolan were Jyaire Shorter (16 points and six rebounds), Demontrion Curb (seven points, five assists, five steals and two blocks), Casey Armour (five points and three assists), Marcus Eiland (two points and six assists), Titus Brooks (two points off the bench) and defensive standouts Shamar Domonter, Zach Moody, Jean Paul Colon and Shaun Holloway.

Hezekiah Gonzalez led the Karoos with 17 points and four steals.

Other contributors for Rancier were Davion Miller (eight points), Gabriel Brown (four points), Keelan Downs (five rebounds and two blocks), Isaac Green (five rebounds), Judiah Nicholas (two points), Grant Norman-Johnson (two rebounds) and Sharief Pelham (four points, 11 rebounds and two assists).

RANCIER 8B 36, NOLAN 8B 22: At Nolan, Jericho Garcia had 13 points, seven rebounds, two steals and an assist as the Karoos won their season finale and finished unbeaten in the North Conference.

Garcia provided the top hightlight, stealing the ball at midcourt, leading a fast break and leaving a pass for Colby Davis and an easy layup.

Davis finished with four points and three steals. Other contributors for Rancier (6-2, 4-0) were Xavier Johnson (nine rebounds and four points), Isaiah Laruy (eight points and two steals), Shemarquez Johnson (four points and three steals), Isaiah Woodberry (one 3-pointer), Julian Jasmin (three assists), Mathew Box (three rebounds), Decarlos Shane-Laney (three straight blocks) and defensive standouts Darren Dawkins and Tristan.

Dominick Gross led the Mustangs with 14 points in their season finale.

Other scorers for Nolan were Kris Melgar (five points) and Idris Alli (three). Rodrigo Martinez, Miguel Franqui, Juan Rodriguez, Rajael Knox and Zac Robinson were defensive standouts.

PATTERSON 8B 18, LIVE OAK RIDGE 8B 17: At Live Oak Ridge, Avante Bell scored six points and the Cavaliers won a nail-biter in their season-finale.

Other scorers for Patterson were Jy Quez Polk and Dyterious Peterkin (four points each) and Kenodre Taylor and Jaysian Tyson (two each).

PALO ALTO 7A 40, UNION GROVE 7A 30: Te’Veon Sevaaetasi had 11 points, four assists, three blocks and seven steals and the Patriots completed a 4-0 sweep of the South Conference.

Other contributors for Palo Alto were Tavon McCorvey (10 points, three assists, three rebounds and three steals), Romeo Postell (eight points and nine rebounds), Patrick Davison (six points), Jacobo Brown and Darius McLeod (two points each), Tristan Clay (one point) and Armani Clark (eight rebounds, two assists, two block shots and two steals).

PALO ALTO 7B 36, UNION GROVE 7B 17: Jaquietin Taylor scored 12 points and the Patriots held the Grizzlies to six points in the second half to finish 4-0 in South Conference play.

Other contributors for Palo Alto (9-1) were Joshua Newman (six points, five rebounds and two steals), Nehemiah Brown (five points and seven rebounds), Gregory Cook (four points and three assists), C’Montre Houston (three points and two steals), Jalen Thompson, Shauntae Payne and Carlon Rivera (two points each)

Rivera, Payne and Chris Kelly also grabbed five rebounds apiece. Other standouts for the Patriots were Scotty Eddings, Edgerrin Melton, Keith Johnson-Varner and Miguel Rivera-Duff.

Golf meeting set for EHMS, UGMS students

There will be a parent meeting for all seventh- and eighth-grade students attending Eastern Hills and Union Grove Middle Schools in Harker Heights who wish to play golf. The meeting will be in the Union Grove cafeteria on Tuesday, March 4, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Important information for the upcoming golf season will be covered. More information is available by contacting your child’s school front office and leaving a message. Steve Ramirez, the golf coach for both schools, will respond as soon as possible.

Kaleiyah Davis led three Lady Cavaliers in double figures with 14 points and Patterson’s eighth-grade A-team capped a perfect season with a 56-36 win over Manor in the Killeen ISD Championship Tournament final.It’s the third consecutive KISD championship for the Patterson eighth-grade program.Davis also had four assists and one steal.Other contributors for the Lady Cavs (15-0) were Cielo McClain (12 points, four blocks, four rebounds), Sydney Brock (11 points, two assists and five rebounds), Devany Wall (six points, four assists, a block and seven steals), Rashari Brent (six points, five assists, a block, five rebounds and four steals), Tia Landrum (four points, two assists, a block, two rebounds and two steals), Daija Planas (three points, five assists, five rebounds and three steals), Breonna Fleming (two assists), Niah Tennant (a block and three rebounds) and Jayona Jennings (one rebound).PATTERSON 8A 53, PALO ALTO 8A 16: Davis had 15 points, two assists and two steals in a semifinal victory.Other contributors for the Lady Cavs were Cielo McClain (13 points, five rebounds and three steals), Sydney Brock (12 points, a blocked, two rebounds), Tia Landrum (five points and two steals), Breonna Fleming (three points, three rebounds and two steals), Niah Tennant (three points, three blocks and two rebounds), Daija Planas (two points, four assists and three rebounds), Devany Wall (three assists, a block and two steals), Rashari Brent (two assists,  and three steals) and Jayona Jennings (three assists, three steals).

Seventh-grade girls championshipPATTERSON 7A 40, UNION GROVE 7A 21: Jelecia Magee and Amani Bradshaw each scored seven points to lead the Lady Cavaliers to their second straight KISD championship.Magee also had four rebounds and a steal. Bradshaw added a block, four rebounds and six steals.Other contributors for Patterson (15-0) were Meleanna Williams (six points, four assists, six rebounds), Khya Andrews (five points), Isis Askew (four points, five rebounds), Wanjiru Randolph (four points), Dariona Levy (three points), Cierra Penn (two points, three assists, three rebounds and two steals), Jasmine Carson (two points), Alanna Howard (four rebounds, three steals), Brianna Smiley and Natalia Goodman.PATTERSON 7A 25, LIBERTY HILL 7A 15: Meleanna Williams had 11 points and four rebounds to lead the Lady Cavaliers to a win in the semifinals.Other contributors for Patterson were Cierra Penn (four points, three assists, two rebounds), Amani Bradshaw (four points, two assists, four rebounds), Jasmine Carson (three points, three assists), Brianna Smiley (two points, two rebounds), Khya Andrews (one point, three assists), Jelecia Magee (four rebounds), Alanna Howard (two rebounds, two steals), Wanjiru Randolph (two rebounds and two steals), Natalia Goodman, Isis Askew and Dariona Levy (two assists).

Boys basketballNOLAN 8A 60, PATTERSON 8A 42: At Patterson, Jyaire Shorter and Casey Armour each had 14 points and six rebounds to lead the Mustangs to a win on the road on the first round of the KISD Championship Tournament.Nolan dominated from the start, compiling 20 assists, 17 steals and four blocks.Trayvon Todd recorded his fifth double-double for the Mustangs with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Other contributors for Nolan were Marcus Eiland (seven points, six assists and six rebounds), Demontrion Curb (nine points, two rebounds and four assists), Titus Brooks (six points, two rebounds and two steals off the bench), Shamar Domonter (one point), Zach Moody (three rebounds and a steal) and Jean Paul Colon (two assists).Jakarri Thomas led Patterson with 11 points. Other scorers for the Cavaliers were Maurice Berry (seven), Ka’Rahn Salter, Jose Serrano and Aubrey Kelly (six each), Xavier Wilson (four) and Demetrious Jasey (two).Timothy Reed, William Duran and Avante Bell also were standouts.PATTERSON 8A 35, LIVE OAK RIDGE 8A 30: At Live Oak Ridge, Maurice Berry scored seven points and the Cavaliers won their regular season finale and earned a spot in the district postseason championship tournament.Other scorers for Patterson (2-2 conference) were Timothy Reed and Jakarri Thomas (six points each), Xavier Wilson (five) and Ka’Rahn Salter, Jose Serrano and Aubrey Kelly (four each).Will Duran was a defensive standout.NOLAN 8A 61, SMITH 8A 20: At Smith, Trayvon Todd had 20 points and 10 rebounds and the Mustangs jumped out to a big first quarter lead en route to a victory in their regular season finale.Casey Armour also had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Other contributors for Nolan were Demontrion Curb (12 points, three rebounds, three assists), Jyaire Shorter (five points, 11 rebounds, two steals, two blocks), Shamar Domonter, Titus Brooks, and Zach Moody (two points each off the bench), Marcus Eiland (three assists and three steals) and defensive standout Jean Paul Colon.The Mustangs limited the Leopards to two points in the opening quarter.NOLAN 8A 48, RANCIER 8A 35: At Nolan, Trayvon Todd had 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Mustangs shook off a slow start to build a 25-2 lead en route to a victory.Other contributors for Nolan were Jyaire Shorter (16 points and six rebounds), Demontrion Curb (seven points, five assists, five steals and two blocks), Casey Armour (five points and three assists), Marcus Eiland (two points and six assists), Titus Brooks (two points off the bench) and defensive standouts Shamar Domonter, Zach Moody, Jean Paul Colon and Shaun Holloway.Hezekiah Gonzalez led the Karoos with 17 points and four steals.Other contributors for Rancier were Davion Miller (eight points), Gabriel Brown (four points), Keelan Downs (five rebounds and two blocks), Isaac Green (five rebounds), Judiah Nicholas (two points), Grant Norman-Johnson (two rebounds) and Sharief Pelham (four points, 11 rebounds and two assists).RANCIER 8B 36, NOLAN 8B 22: At Nolan, Jericho Garcia had 13 points, seven rebounds, two steals and an assist as the Karoos won their season finale and finished unbeaten in the North Conference.Garcia provided the top hightlight, stealing the ball at midcourt, leading a fast break and leaving a pass for Colby Davis and an easy layup.Davis finished with four points and three steals. Other contributors for Rancier (6-2, 4-0) were Xavier Johnson (nine rebounds and four points), Isaiah Laruy (eight points and two steals), Shemarquez Johnson (four points and three steals), Isaiah Woodberry (one 3-pointer), Julian Jasmin (three assists), Mathew Box (three rebounds), Decarlos Shane-Laney (three straight blocks) and defensive standouts Darren Dawkins and Tristan.Dominick Gross led the Mustangs with 14 points in their season finale.Other scorers for Nolan were Kris Melgar (five points) and Idris Alli (three). Rodrigo Martinez, Miguel Franqui, Juan Rodriguez, Rajael Knox and Zac Robinson were defensive standouts.PATTERSON 8B 18, LIVE OAK RIDGE 8B 17: At Live Oak Ridge, Avante Bell scored six points and the Cavaliers won a nail-biter in their season-finale.Other scorers for Patterson were Jy Quez Polk and Dyterious Peterkin (four points each) and Kenodre Taylor and Jaysian Tyson (two each).PALO ALTO 7A 40, UNION GROVE 7A 30: Te’Veon Sevaaetasi had 11 points, four assists, three blocks and seven steals and the Patriots completed a 4-0 sweep of the South Conference.Other contributors for Palo Alto were Tavon McCorvey (10 points, three assists, three rebounds and three steals), Romeo Postell (eight points and nine rebounds), Patrick Davison (six points), Jacobo Brown and Darius McLeod (two points each), Tristan Clay (one point) and Armani Clark (eight rebounds, two assists, two block shots and two steals).PALO ALTO 7B 36, UNION GROVE 7B 17: Jaquietin Taylor scored 12 points and the Patriots held the Grizzlies to six points in the second half to finish 4-0 in South Conference play.Other contributors for Palo Alto (9-1) were Joshua Newman (six points, five rebounds and two steals), Nehemiah Brown (five points and seven rebounds), Gregory Cook (four points and three assists), C’Montre Houston (three points and two steals), Jalen Thompson, Shauntae Payne and Carlon Rivera (two points each)Rivera, Payne and Chris Kelly also grabbed five rebounds apiece. Other standouts for the Patriots were Scotty Eddings, Edgerrin Melton, Keith Johnson-Varner and Miguel Rivera-Duff.  

Golf meeting set for EHMS, UGMS studentsThere will be a parent meeting for all seventh- and eighth-grade students attending Eastern Hills and Union Grove Middle Schools in Harker Heights who wish to play golf.  The meeting will be in the Union Grove cafeteria on Tuesday, March 4, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.Important information for the upcoming golf season will be covered.  More information is available by contacting your child’s school front office and leaving a message. Steve Ramirez, the golf coach for both schools, will respond as soon as possible.

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