The high-flying Class 4A No. 4 state-ranked Yates boys had gone nearly three minutes without scoring at the outset of their showdown with No. 18 North Forest. Facing a 7-0 deficit, Mitchell Seraille scored the first two buckets for Yates and then deferred to sophomore shooting sensation Antwon Norman, who nailed three treys in the opening stanza. When the Lions were in dire need of a spark with leading scorer Jock Hughes picking up two early fouls, Norman came to the rescue.
Athlete of the Week, Antwon Norman of Yates puts on a 3-point shooting exhibition against North Forest. Bellaire Lady Cardinals remain unbeaten in District 18-6A with win over Lamar making them Team of the Week. Coach of the Week Anthony Fields guides Madison Lady Marlins to No. 7 Class 5A state ranking with win over SFA.
Houston area high school student-athletes and teams figure to provide a wealth of highlight material in 2018. Twenty-nine area schools were ranked in the first Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) state poll of 2018 in the top three divisions (Class 6A, 5A and 4A). The Jack Yates boys led by Jock Hughes, Mitchell Seraille and Joquarius Valrie are off to an 11-2 start and ranked No. 4 in the TABC Class 4A state poll.
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Selecting a term
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