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Heights High School’s basketball teams continued to shine last week as the boys and girls teams went a combined 6-0 to highlight the area’s standout performances.Gracelynn Alvarez was the star for the Lady Bulldogs on Jan. 26, posting her first double-double of the season (25 points, 10 rebounds) in a win over Lamar. Tierra Simon and Jada Beasley each had four steals to help lead the defensive effort.Tatianna Brown then scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Heights in a win over Houston Math, Science and Tech on Jan. 29. The Lady Bulldogs also took down Westbury 76-15 on Monday, improving to 21-4 overall and 11-0 in District 18-6A.Booker T. Washington’s Lady Eagles beat Worthing 65-33 on Jan. 27 before dropping a 70-23 decision to Yates on Jan. 29. They are 10-9 overall and 9-3 in District 23-4A competition.The Waltrip Lady Rams won two of their three games last week. They defeated Milby on Jan. 27 before losing to Sharpstown on Jan. 29, then took down Wisdom on Monday to move to 5-8 on the season.On the private school girls circuit, Lutheran High North continued its run through TAPPS 3A District 7 with two wins last week. Dalanna Carter scored 32 points along with eight rebounds and four steals in a 61-38 win over Beaumont Legacy Christian on Jan. 26. Andrea Ramirez also grabbed 13 rebounds for the Lady Lions (16-3, 7-0), who were scheduled to face Covenant Christian on Friday.Breelyn Sanborn had 19 points and seven rebounds for St. Pius X in its Jan. 26 loss to Incarnate Word Academy, while Zachara Perkins added 14 points and 16 rebounds. Perkins then scored 27 points to lead the Lady Panthers (9-8, 1-3) as they bounced back with a 50-38 win over Concordia Lutheran on Jan. 29.BoysThe aforementioned boys teams at Heights had a perfect week with wins over Chavez, Westside and Houston Math, Science and Tech. Heading into this week's action, Heights (11-3, 7-1) had won seven of its last eight games to vault into second place in the District 18-6A race ahead of Tuesday's scheduled game against Lamar.Four Bulldogs scored in double figures in the Jan. 27 win over Westside, led by Sir Roberts (22 points) and Jaiden Briscoe (20 points), while Kolby Williams had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Michael Rodriguez paced Heights in its Jan. 29 win over Chavez, while Roberts had 18 points against Houston Math, Science and Tech.Booker T. Washington also kept its district-title hopes alive on Jan. 29 with a 77-59 win over Worthing. Kenneth Lewis scored 29 points, while Kendrick Wyatt grabbed 12 rebounds for the Eagles (13-8, 10-2), who were scheduled for a showdown with district-leading Yates on Tuesday night.For Lutheran High North, Marvin Robinson Jr. led the way in a 58-51 victory over Beaumont Legacy on Jan. 26 with 29 points and eight rebounds. It was the sixth straight game with at least 25 points for Robinson, whose 27.8 points per game lead TAPPS 3A and are ranked seventh in the state, according to MaxPreps. The Lions also beat Tomball Rosehill Christian 68-60 on Jan. 29.LHN was 10-1 overall and sat atop the TAPPS 3A District 7 standings at 6-1 ahead of Thursday’s scheduled game against Spring Providence Classical.St. Pius X beat Beaumont Kelly Catholic 48-47 on Jan. 26 to improve to 9-8 overall and 1-2 in TAPPS 6A District 4.Scarborough lost to Mickey Leland Preparatory Academy on Jan. 26 and North Forest on Jan. 29, falling to 0-15 on the season. St. Thomas lost an 86-57 decision to Concordia Lutheran on Jan. 29.Waltrip beat Sterling 82-63 on Jan. 27 before dropping contests against Madison on Jan. 30 and Milby on Monday. The Rams are 8-7 overall and 5-5 in District 23-5A.

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