Atascocita: The Lady Eagles blanked Sam Rayburn, 9-0, on Friday in a District 22-6A soccer match at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Pasadena.
Nia Musquiz scored two goals and Haylli Roe, Lillian Burkhardt, McKinley Brady, Madison Taylor, Caycee Martin, Lindsey Davis and Daniela Ortega also scored goals.
Victoria Arenivas, Brianna Hoffman, Maria Lecesne and Alyssandra Sanchez were also among the many key contributors in the match.
The Wildcats earned a big 62-59 victory over Dobie at home on Friday. The win pulled Humble, 15-12 overall for the season and 5-5 in District 22-6A play, within a game of Dobie for fourth place in the district standings. The top four teams from each district advance to the playoffs.
Humble has five games remaining to make up the one-game difference in the standings.
Jacob Harvey pumped in 21 points and the Falcons turned back Livingston, 57-48, on Friday to remain unbeaten at 3-0 in District 21-4A play. Cody Oliphant also scored in double figures with 11 points for Hargrave.
Earlier last week, it was Grey Soileau who led the way with 19 points in a 57-32 victory over Liberty. Harvey added 11 points and Luke Thomas finished with 10 points as a second-half surge propelled the Falcons to victory.
The Lady Mustangs swept a pair of District 22-6A games last week. Savannah Wilson poured in 20 points and hauled in 16 rebounds to lead Kingwood to a 52-47 victory over Pasadena Memorial on Friday. Katelyn Tillis and Kennedy Studdert scored 11 points each and Maddie Vanderpool hit a key 3-pointer down the stretch to help seal the deal.
Kingwood started the week with a 60-41victory over South Houston.
Cooper Ward hit six three-pointers and finished with 18 points to lead the Panthers past Lake Creek, 59-55, at home early last week. Johan Yeager added 12 points and Brendan Tynan hit a pair of free throws to break a 55-55 tie in the waning seconds.
The Panthers followed up on Friday with a 66-30 victory over Grand Oaks.
The No. 3 state-ranked Bulldogs rolled along last week, winning a pair of District 22-6A games to remain unbeaten in league play at 9-0. Summer Creek brushed off league foes Dobie (84-48) and Pasadena (81-35) to improve to 25-4 overall for the season.
Reyce Allen, Javon Jackson, Dylen Scales and Dylan Miles continue to help lead one of the state’s top teams.