Atascocita: The Eagles split a pair of District 22-6A games last week. After an 87-58 victory over Humble early last week, the No. 6 state-ranked Eagles dropped a 45-38 overtime game at Kingwood to close the regular season.
Dylan Dawson scored 14 points in rallying the Eagles from a 14-point deficit to force overtime. Cameron Morrison gave the Eagles their only lead of the game, 34-33, with a free throw in overtime. Landen King and Tom Hart also played well for the Eagles, who enter the postseason with a record of 30-5 overall and 14-2 in District 22-6A play.
Huffman Hargrave
 Jacob Harvey scored 27 points and Cody Oliphant added 11 more as Hargrave ran past Splendora 59-46 on Friday, clinching the District 10-4A title. Hargrave improves to 29-3 overall and 9-0 in district play. Early last week, Harvey pumped in 31 points while Oliphant and Grey Soileau added 10 points apiece in a 62-52 victory over Livingston.
 Keona Chatman poured in 29 points and Kameryn Phillips added 19 more as the Lady Wildcats upset No. 10 state-ranked Atascocita 67-61 on the road early last week in the regular season finale. Kazarea Taplin contributed with 10 points as the Lady Wildcats rallied from a 15-point third-quarter deficit. The Lady Wildcats ended their post-season Tuesday with a neutral game against Beaumont United at Barbers Hill High School, which they lost 55-40.
 The Lady Mustangs soccer squad blanked Humble 8-0 early last week. Caroline Doiron, Maggie Maloy, Brynlee Gregorio, Lauren Abler, Madelynn Murphy, Cadyn Hulse, Sydney Stanton and Emma Ebert all scored goals. Haley Fetterman and Haven Noe were among those adding assists. 
Kingwood Park
 The Lady Panthers basketball team ended their postseason play at 6:30 p.m. Monday when they took on College Station at Bridgeland High School suffering a heartbreaking loss of 51-24. Kingwood Park was hoping to bounce back from a 43-39 loss to Huntsville on Friday in the regular season finale. The Lady Panthers entered the playoffs with a record of 18-15 after finishing District 20-5A with a 13-5 mark.
Summer Creek
 The No. 7 state-ranked Bulldogs turned back Pasadena Memorial 96-67 on Friday for their 30th victory of the season, a first in program history. Jaleen Goodman and Dylan Miles led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points each. Elijah Francis added 13 points and Jaylon Johnson finished with 12 points. The Bulldogs are now district champions for the second year in a row after defeating Dobie 93-76 in their home court Tuesday night. Their first post-season game is next Tuesday against Channelview at Crosby High School.

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