Hill's 30 leads Travis past Falcons

Travis senior guard Justin Hill goes for a layup in Thursday’s LCISD tournament game against Foster at Fulshear High School.

Varsity boys

Travis 58, Clements 52

The Tigers held down home court on Tuesday night with a win over Clements. Senior Justin Hill scored his 1,500-career point as a Tiger.

Travis (27-6, 11-1) will travel to Kempner on Friday.

Foster 56, Manvel 55 (OT)

The Falcons secured an overtime win on Tuesday while also securing third place in 25-4A against Manvel.

Sophomore Chancellor White had 13 points, junior Jordan Faltine had 11 points and junior Reuben Fatheree II had 10 points.

Foster (23-9, 10-4) will travel to Angleton on Friday.

Angleton 72, Lamar Cons. 68

The Mustangs lost a home came on Tuesday against Angleton.

Lamar Consolidated (10-20, 2-13) will travel to Terry on Friday.

Fulshear 66, Wharton 50

The Chargers won a home game on Tuesday. Junior Demari Williams led the team with 26 points followed by senior Othneil Lewis with 13 and sophomore Isaiah Barganier adding eight.

Fulshear (14-16, 8-3) will host El Campo on Friday.

Royal 54, Needville 34

The Blue Jays lost a home game against Royal on Tuesday. Senior Xavier Lott had eight points and eight rebounds.

Needville (8-19, 6-4) will host Sealy on Friday.

East Bernard 59, Danbury 14

The Brahmas remain in third place in District 24-3A with a victory on Tuesday night at home.

East Bernard (9-8,6-4) will host Boling on Friday.

Varsity girls

Travis 64, Clements 47

The Lady Tigers finished the regular season with a road win at Clements.

Travis (14-14, 7-7) will enter the plays as the No. 4 seed for District 20-6A.

George Ranch 60, Elsik 30

The Longhorns wrapped up their regular season with a win at Alief Elsik.

Senior Jayden Dunn led the Longhorns with 14 points. Junior Amillion Fowler added 10 points.

George Ranch (27-7, 9-3) finished tied with Dawson in the 23-6A standings.

Dawson will host George Ranch on Friday to break the seeding tie and establish second and third place in 23-6A.

Foster 37, Manvel 34

The Lady Falcons finished the regular season with a road win against Manvel.

Foster got a much-needed reinforcement with the return of junior Alicia Blanton.

Foster (21-12, 10-6) will enter the playoffs as the No. 4 seed out of District 24-5A.

Angleton 68, Lamar Cons. 58

The Lady Mustangs (14-17, 6-10) lost on the road Tuesday against Angleton to finish the regular season.

Wharton 42, Fulshear 34

The Chargers lost on senior night against Wharton on Tuesday.

Fulshear (20-12, 8-4) will enter the playoffs next week.

Royal 69, Needville 43

The Lady Jays (4-23, 1-11) finished their season with a loss against Royal on Tuesday.

East Bernard 46, Danbury 29

The Brahmarettes locked up the No. 3 seed for District 24-3A entering the playoffs on Tuesday night at home.

East Bernard (12-8, 8-4) will play the No. 2 seed from District 23-4A in the bi-district round.

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