Foster 65, Lamar Consolidated 59
The Lamar Consolidated boys basketball team rallied to outscore visiting Foster 21-14 in the third quarter but the Falcons’ first-half margin (34-22) was too much to overcome.
Reuben Fatheree II led the Falcons with 21 points followed by sophomore Chancellor White with 18 points.
Senior Jack Hardcastle had 12 points and junior Jacobi Williams had 12 points for the Falcons.
Hardcastle led the Falcons with nine rebounds. Williams had three assists.
Fatheree had three blocks.
Sophomore Jameil Robinson led the Mustangs with 21 points followed by senior Marqiece Green with 12 points and senior Khalil Wells with 10 points.
Wells added seven rebounds.
Robinson and Green each had three assists and three steals.
Foster (20-7, 7-2) will host Marshall on Friday.
Lamar Consolidated (10-14, 2-7) will host Hightower.
Travis 74, Kempner 42
The Travis High School boys basketball team retained its spot on top of District 20-6A with Bush with a home win against Kempner on Tuesday.
The Tigers built a 14-9 lead out of the first quarter and didn’t look back. Travis outscored the Cougars 60-33 over the final three frames.
Travis (22-5. 6-0) will battle Bush on Friday at Wheeler Fieldhouse for the lead in District 20-6A.
Fulshear 71, El Campo 60
The Fulshear High School boys basketball team collected a win on the road Tuesday at El Campo.
Junior Demari Williams led with 25 points.
Senior Othneil Lewis and sophomore Isaiah Barganier finished with 13 points each.
Fulshear (11-14, 5-1) will have an open date before getting a rematch with Stafford for the District 25-4A lead.
Needville 59, Sealy 42
The Needville High School boys basketball team collected a road win at Sealy on Tuesday.
Senior James Roberts had 22 points to lead Needville in scoring.
Junior B.J. Glover, Jr. had 12 points followed by senior Cauzzi Grace with nine points and senior Xavier Lott with eight points.
Needville (5-17 3-2) will host Wharton on Friday.
East Bernard 52, Boling 50
The East Bernard High School boys basketball team got back over .500 in District 24-3A standings with a rivalry win over Boling Tuesday.
East Bernard (5-6, 3-2) will host Palacios on Friday.
Marshall 72, Terry 66
The Terry High School boys basketball team’s playoff hopes were dimmed Tuesday with a home loss to Marshall.
The Rangers once again hurt themselves, falling behind 19-10 after the first quarter.
After tying the game at 57, Terry wasn’t able to close out the victory at home in the fourth quarter.
Juniors Cody Ray and Carter Jackson poured in 18 points each.
Senior Nick Jones shoveled in 13 points.
Shiner 57, Brazos 42
The Cougars lost back-to-back District 29-2A contests with a defeat at home on Tuesday against Shiner.
Brazos (4-19, 0-2) will travel to Louise on Friday.