HS Basketball Scoreboard: College Park Boys look strong on the road, Grand Oaks Girls stun Oak Ridge

By: JD Hurd II
| Published 01/06/2021



Boys Basketball

College Park 63, The Woodlands 40

After the two schools played an all-time classic in the District 13-6A football championship game, both sides were eager to take the rivalry to the hardwood. The first meeting in the basketball edition of the War of the Woods was all CP as the Cavaliers played a complete game to make a big statement on the road.

The Woodlands’ only lead in Wednesday night’s game came to an end with about three minutes left in the opening quarter. In a perfect example of College Park’s playing style in which defense leads to offense, Drew Calderon’s steal and fast-break dunk sparked what felt like a never-ending run for the Cavs. Calderon led the way with 27 points, followed by 15 from Ty Buckmon, who had his way offensively as well. The smothering defense combined with Buckmon and Calderon splashing threes gave CP a 13-point lead at the half.

The second half wasn’t much different as College Park continued to lock down the Highlanders on the defensive end while finding great shots offensively. For The Woodlands, Brock Luechtefeld put together a nice performance in the paint with 14 points. In the end, the 23-point win sends the Cavaliers to the top of the table at 4-0 in District 13-6A.

College Park (13-3 / 4-0) Next Game: vs Grand Oaks - 1/9
The Woodlands (12-4 / 3-1) Next Game: @ Willis - 1/9

Grand Oaks 80, Oak Ridge 76

The Grizzlies took down their new rivals to pick up their third win out of their last four games.

AJ Badger and AJ Osborne led the War Eagles with 15 points each in the loss.

Grand Oaks (9-6 / 3-1) Next Game: @ College Park - 1/9
Oak Ridge (7-9 / 1-3) Next Game: vs Conroe - 1/9

Conroe 56, Willis 48

The Tigers ended a three-game losing streak with their first district win of the season.

Conroe (4-9 / 1-3) Next Game: @ Oak Ridge - 1/9
Willis (2-14 / 0-4) Next Game: vs The Woodlands - 1/9

Girls Basketball

College Park 44, The Woodlands 38

After dropping the district opener in a close game against Oak Ridge, the Cavaliers bounced back with a home win over the rival Highlanders. Ali Diop was the leading scorer with 13 points and five rebounds. Bobbi Bazzle added a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Mia Olguin put up 10 points as well, along with five rebounds and four steals.

College Park (11-6 / 1-1) Next Game: @ Grand Oaks - 1/9
The Woodlands (5-12 / 0-2) Next Game: vs Willis - 1/9

Grand Oaks 55, Oak Ridge 53

Kaitlyn Stewart’s 16 points led the Grizzlies to an upset win over TGCA poll #24 Oak Ridge. Ngozi Agoh added 15 in Grand Oaks’ sixth-straight win.

Grand Oaks (11-3 / 2-0) Next Game: vs College Park - 1/9
Oak Ridge (15-3 / 1-1) Next Game: @ Conroe - 1/9

Conroe 43, Willis 33

The win is the Tigers’ third in their last four games.

Conroe (7-3 / 2-0) Next Game: vs Oak Ridge - 1/9
Willis (3-13 / 0-2) Next Game: @ The Woodlands - 1/9

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