Super 16 Team Recap Part 1

Here’s the First recap of the teams I got a chance to watch at the Super 16, I watched at least 2 games of each team. I’ll post part 2 tomorrow.


Atascocita (4-1)– They always seem to have a GREAT fall… The one thing they will always do is defend. I counted 10 charges taken in the Dickinson game. D2 (Dylan Dawson), Tom Hart, and Trey Davenport carried them offensively. I liked the way they moved the ball and how it flowed for them offensively. I might have to make that ride up 59 when they play Summer Creek…


Beaumont United (6-0)- Could the region III title go through BIG MONEY TEXAS?! They have the toughness and star power to get it done. Justin Pleasant & Jaylen Subject get it done physically and are tough. Kasen Harrison is the engine, Terrance Arceneuax is a star, and freshman sensation Wesley Yates gives them a shooter with range. Won 4 games in a day to win the Super 16!


Concordia Lutheran (3-2)– The vaunted 1-3-1 gave teams fits this weekend. They’re always so organized on both ends of the floor. Rj Keene was strapped up, hitting close to 43% from 3. Keyon Holcombe gives them a stretch 4 who can really shoot it and rebounded the ball well. Big man  ’22 Adam Stewart gives them an interior presence. The back court of ’21 Beaux Brashear & ’22 Trey Miller was SOLID for them.


Dickinson (5-2)– Tramon Mark & Marcus Williams are arguably the best back court in the state. They really complimented each other really well. Xzavion Bordelon gives them the wild card factor, & Jabri Miller is the athletic inside guy who cleans everything up. Even without Deuce Guidry they made it to the championship game. Tramon also didn’t play due to muscle cramps. Top 2-3 team in the city.


Elkins (2-1)– 21’s Jacolbi Harris & Shane Bell were really good together, both have seemed to take a greater role in the success of their team. Harris was unstoppable getting to the paint, and if Bell can consistently make shots from the perimeter they will be dangerous. Freshman Chris Johnson played within himself, and did a little bit of everything. He has a chance to be special.


Legacy School (2-3)– The first two games were a little lackluster, but Saturday night and Sunday morning they picked it up. They beat a scrappy Sharpstown team, and Nate Lacewell was really effective, scoring 26 points & grabbing a handful of boards. They beat Yates in a grind it out Sunday morning game where Roland McDougal and ’21 Quinton Ivory saved the day with their toughness and defense.


Morton Ranch (2-1)– Playing without Eddie Lampkin for the second straight fall event, you would think would put them at a major disadvantage.. Except for the fact that they still have LJ Cryer.. He exploded for 44 points vs Dickinson, and carried his team to a 2-1 record. Westley Sellers and Adrian Caldwell played their roles and did a great job at it. Kuot Wei will be counted on as a “3 & D” guy. Another team in the #1 in the city debate.


Port Arthur Memorial (3-1)– The Best front court in the state resides in “POTE ARTHA”. Nate Clover and Kenneth Lofton Jr are a load inside, they work well with each other and their hi-low game is unmatched. The question mark will be their guard play.  Sophomore Amaree Abrams is turning the corner and he had some pretty good moments. If he can mature and be the vocal leader they need, a trip back to San Antonio may be on deck for the Titans.

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