Langham Creek reached the Regional Quarterfinals a year ago before falling to Cypress Springs to finish the season with an overall record of 23-13.
Team captain Heather Baymon (Sr, G) will be the straw that stirs the drink in 2024, returning as the team’s leading scorer. She averaged 16.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, four steals and 2.4 assists per game for the Lobos.
Other key returners include Brooke Prevost (So. F), who averaged 6.6 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, and Jade Prevost (Sr. G), who averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game.
This program has been a perennial playoff team and one can expect that again this season.
Tammy Ray enters her 11th season of leading the Tompkins Falcons.
Last year, the Falcons finished 28-8 overall after taking silver (13-3) in the loaded Katy district, and reaching the Regional Quarterfinals. Two starters return off that team in Riri DeLeon (Jr. G), a first-team, all-district pick, as well as Gabrielle Panter (Sr. G), a second-teamer.
Keys to success for Ray include, “staying healthy and get better every day”, while their motto is to be “Relentless” in 2024.
Coach Elisha Thompson enters her 13th year leading the La Porte Bulldogs program..
The Bulldogs are coming off an impressive 26-10 season a year ago, where they ultimately reached the Regional Quarterfinals.
Three starters return off that team, which is seeking its sixth-straight playoff appearance in 2024. The District 18-5A MVP Addisyn Parker (Sr. PG) is back for Thompson, along with Angelina Goynes (Sr. C) and Sophia Rodriguez (So. SG).
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