HS Basketball Scoreboard: College Park Boys get seventh-straight win over The Woodlands

By: JD Hurd II
| Published 01/23/2021



Boys Basketball

College Park 56, The Woodlands 40

The Cavaliers haven’t lost to the Highlanders in three years. The Cavaliers haven’t lost to anyone in over a month. With wins by double digits in all but one district game, this team has cruised through district 13-6A so far.

Saturday’s game was a competitive matchup in the first half. Good defense on both ends of the floor made each other work to find good looks. Both College Park and The Woodlands were able to hit some threes to keep the game close early on. At the half, College Park’s lead was only three.

The difference in this game was the third quarter performance by College Park. The Cavs locked the floor down defensively and the shooters got hot to outscore the Highlanders 21-9. CP rode that momentum through the fourth quarter on their way to the 16-point win.

Marvin Dock led the Cavaliers with 14 points, three assists, and two steals, followed by 13 points from Ty Buckmon. Kylan Williams led the Highlanders in scoring with 11 points.

College Park (18-3 / 9-0) Next Game: @ Grand Oaks - 1/26
The Woodlands (15-6 / 6-3) Next Game: vs Willis - 1/26

Oak Ridge 51, Grand Oaks 43

After dropping the first game of the Battle of the Oaks on their home floor, the War Eagles went on the road and returned the favor in game two. Led by Collin Heckenbach’s 13 points, Oak Ridge is now also even with Grand Oaks in the district standings at 4-5.

Oak Ridge (10-11 / 4-5) Next Game: @ Conroe - 1/26
Grand Oaks (10-10 / 4-5) Next Game: vs College Park - 1/26

Conroe 64, Willis 54

The Tigers snapped a two-game losing streak with a 10-point win at home. Conroe, Grand Oaks, and Oak Ridge are now tied for third place at 4-5 in District 13-6A.

Conroe (7-11 /4-5) Next Game: vs Oak Ridge - 1/26
Willis (2-19 / 0-9) Next Game: @ The Woodlands - 1/26

Girls Basketball

Oak Ridge 50, Grand Oaks 42

Just like on the boys’ side, Oak Ridge avenged a loss to Grand Oaks to split the season series with the Grizzlies. More importantly, the win gives the War Eagles sole possession of first place with three games remaining in the regular season. Saturday’s win also gave Head Coach Deidre Vasquez her 350th career win.

Oak Ridge (20-3 / 6-1) Next Game: vs Conroe - 1/26
Grand Oaks (14-5 / 5-2) Next Game: @ College Park - 1/26

College Park 57, The Woodlands 44

The Cavaliers completed the season sweep over their rival and moved into a tie for second place with Grand Oaks. Treasure Harrison and Bobbi Bazzle led the way with 12 points each. Ali Diop added 10 and Mia Olguin had 9 points and four steals in the win.

College Park (15-7 / 5-2) Next Game: vs Grand Oaks - 1/26
The Woodlands (6-16 / 1-6) Next Game: @ Willis - 1/26

Conroe 40, Willis 28

The Tigers pick up their second consecutive win and complete the sweep over Willis.

Conroe (9-6 / 4-3) Next Game: @ Conroe - 1/26
Willis (3-18 / 0-7) Next Game: vs The Woodlands - 1/26

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