C.J. Giddens scored 24 points on 9-of-18 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds as the Florence boys basketball team bounced back from its first loss of the season, edging Granger 50-48 on Tuesday in overtime at Granger.
Salado’s most successful football season in years was reflected in the 9-4A, Division II All-District Team.
SALADO — The Salado Lady Eagles had quite the weekend.
SALADO — A day after dropping a 22-point decision to Thorndale, the Salado Lady Eagles showed their toughness and picked up two huge wins Friday on day two of the Coach Smith Tournament.
SALADO — Behind Jeremy Jarvis’ team-high 10 points, the Salado boys defeated Central Texas Christian 46-36 on the opening day of the annual Coach Smith Tournament.
This is a big weekend for Salado boys and girls basketball.
ROGERS — The visiting basketball teams in Rogers on Tuesday night found themselves down big early and needing to mount a comeback.
Shianne Johnson scored 23 points, Alexis Scharkley made several huge defensive plays and the Killeen High girls basketball team downed Class 5A-No. 14 Dripping Springs 58-54 on the road Tuesday night.
CJ Giddens scored 16 points and Martin Quenga added 14 to lead the Florence boys basketball team to a 54-45 home win over Salado on Tuesday.
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — A sign of a good team is finding a way to excel when the thing it does best isn’t working.
Salado volleyball players Katie Robinson, Lindy Martin and Kerrigan Hearne were all named to the All-District 19-4A volleyball first team released Monday.
AUSTIN — Salado coach Alan Haire said at the start of the year he wasn’t even sure his Eagles were going to win a game.
The Salado Eagles could have easily gotten down on themselves when they fell into an early 14-0 hole against La Grange in their Class 4A Division II bi-district playoff game last week. Especially when the Eagles fumbled deep in Jaguars territory just one play after Aaron Torczynski broke a 68-yard run on their first offensive play.
T.J. Robinson hit back-to-back 3-pointers late and added the game-winning free throws at the end to send the Killeen High boys basketball team to a 47-46 season-opening win at Waco on Tuesday.
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