These are the youngsters. The up and comers but the names you really need to know about.
The young man that leads this group heading into his sophomore season is none other than Fort Bend Hightower's Bryce Griggs, who had a phenomenal freshman season for the Hurricanes. Griggs in two years could still be one of the best hoops prospects in H-Town.
CLASS OF 2022
1 Bryce Griggs, Hightower
2 PJ Haggerty, Crosby
3 Cameron Crockett, Travis
4 Shawn Jones, Shadow Creek
5 Austin Benigni, The Woodlands Christian Accademy
6 Willie Williams, Westfield
7 Seth Crump, Clear Creek
8 Jordan Williams, Kinkaid
9 Chris Marshall, FB Marshall
10 Jason Clark, Tompkins
11 Charles Chukwu, Paetow
12 Cameron Amboree, Sam Houston
13 Kemauri Millender, Clear Brook
14 JaCory Chatman, Hightower
15 Brian Knight, Tompkins
By: Brice Cherry/Waco Tribune-Herald
In the history book of UIL girls basketball, Central Texas would deserve at least a chapter or two.
The Centex area has always performed well on the state stage, dating back to the area's first state champion — the 1951 Hamilton Lady Bulldogs. Midway boasts one of the state's most consistent programs, with seven state titles to its credit.
And yet it's been five years since an area team has clutched a trophy at year's end, since the 2014 La Vega Lady Pirates led by current Baylor Lady Bears Juicy Landrum and Erin DeGrate. That's the area's longest drought in more than 30 years.
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