Basketball replay: South Grand Prairie boys upset top-ranked DeSoto

Brandon Wade - Special Contributor



SGP boys beat state No. 1-ranked DeSoto

Harrison Henderson, in his second game since transferring from Triple A Academy, scored a game-high 17 points to lead the South Grand Prairie boys to a 51-48 win over DeSoto, the state’s No. 1-ranked Class 5A team.

Henderson made a 3-pointer with less than two minutes left to give SGP (10-2, 2-0 District 7-5A) a 50-47 lead. Jalon Anderson added 14 points for 12th-ranked SGP, and Rick Curry had 13 points and six rebounds. Takedrick Brown led DeSoto with 12 points.




Jersey retired

Before Friday’s 52-34 loss to Hebron, McKinney retired the jersey of former basketball player Nicole Quincy, who was killed in a car accident this summer. Quincy, a 2013 graduate, was going to play for Southwestern College in Kansas. State rep. Scott Sanford presented a flag from the state capitol and a certificate.

84 wins in a row

Texas signees Ariel Atkins and Tasia Foman scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the defending Class 5A state champion Duncanville girls to a 72-36 win over Cedar Hill. Duncanville (14-0, 4-0 District 7-5A), ranked No. 1 in the state, extended its winning streak to 84 games.

Big win for Red Oak

Archie Randolph and Chelsea Warren scored 14 points apiece in the Red Oak girls’ 50-37 win over Mansfield Legacy, the state’s 19th-ranked 4A team. Red Oak led, 37-17, entering the fourth quarter.





Austin Grandstaff, Rockwall, guard: The Oklahoma State pledge scored 33 points — including 19 in the second half — to lead Rockwall (7-5, 1-0 District 12-5A) to a 60-52 win over Tyler Lee.

Myles Turner, Euless Trinity, center: Turner, ranked as the nation’s sixth-best recruit by, had 22 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks as the state’s ninth-ranked 5A team beat Irving MacArthur, 63-48.

Anthony Davis and Diamante Langston, Lewisville: Scored 18 points apiece to lead the Lewisville boys to a 73-66 win over Madison in a nondistrict matchup of state-ranked teams. Lewisville is ranked fourth in the state in Class 5A. Madison, the defending 3A state champion, is ranked No. 1 in 3A.

Andrew Dotson, Arlington Martin, guard: Scored 28 points as the state’s 21st-ranked 5A team beat Weatherford, 83-47.

Marlon Mack Jr., Greenville, guard: Made seven 3-pointers and scored 25 points in a 71-69 win vs. Wylie East.



Tahnia McDaniel, Euless Trinity, forward: Scored 18 points to lead Trinity (16-4, 4-0 District 6-5A) to a 61-53 win over Irving MacArthur, the state’s 13th-ranked 5A team.

Briana Caro, Mesquite, guard: Made five 3-pointers and scored 30 points in a 62-48 win over Rockwall-Heath.

Alarie Mayze, Arlington Seguin, forward: Scored 20 points as the state’s 25th-ranked 4A team rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to beat No. 11 Mansfield Summit, 54-48. Seguin outscored Summit, 20-10, in the fourth quarter.

Jada Underwood, Mesquite Horn, point guard: The sophomore had 21 points and 12 rebounds as Horn (12-6, 3-0 District 12-5A) beat Longview, 68-37. Lauren Bradshaw added 19 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks.

Kendyl Wright, Aubrey, forward: Had 29 points and 14 rebounds and was 10-for-12 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter in a 56-51 win against Quinlan Ford, the state’s sixth-ranked 3A team.




Jamuni McNease, Allen: The Oklahoma signee scored 20 points to help the state’s 18th-ranked 5A team beat the Oklahoma City Storm, 74-72.


Artavia Ford, Colleyville Heritage: The UT-Arlington signee had 24 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots as Colleyville Heritage beat Grapevine, 62-35.



32: Points scored by Nautica Grant for the Richardson girls in a 75-31 victory against Richardson Pearce. She made six 3-pointers.

39: Points scored by Lasani Johnson for the Bishop Dunne boys in a 71-64 loss to Triple A Academy, last season’s Class A Division I state champ.

102: Points scored by the Wilmer-Hutchins boys in a 32-point win over Kaufman. Wilmer-Hutchins is ranked 10th in the state in 3A.

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