College Park and The Woodlands both with district title aspirations heading into their rivalry renewal…
College Park comes out firing from long distance, Tanner Perry lets it fly for three for the Cavaliers and the College Park students are fired up.
Then it’s Khi Watkins taking his man off the dribble and driving for two more for College Park, Cavs up 2 after one.
Highlanders respond in the 2nd, Tyler Hveem spots up in the corner and he gets the friendly bounce off the rim and it falls for three.
Later, it’s Cole Himmer drawing the defense and then dishing it to Will Goin for the runner in the lane.
More from Goin, he drives into the paint and tosses up the runner off the glass, Highlanders lead by two at halftime.
In the third, The Woodlands’ Peyton Mattingly launches the deep three and he drains it for the Highlanders.
But College Park steps up down the stretch. Drew Calderon with the sweet move to free himself up for the stepback jumper, he leads all scorers with 17 points on the night.
Later, it’s Nathaniel Murphy open at the top of the key, and he banks it home to put the Cavs in front and they don’t look back, College Park picks up a huge win, 48-46 over The Woodlands.