Lady Flyers in 3-way tie for first place after win
Feb. 4, 2014 at 10:03 p.m.
Updated Feb. 3, 2014 at 8:04 p.m.
SAN ANTONIO - After the Lady Flyers' 61-37 victory over TMI-Episcopal School on Tuesday, they have one district game separating them from a district championship.
Sophomores led the scoring for St. Joseph - Madison Foeh with 12 points, Christine Janak with 18 points and Kristi Hempel with 10 points.
Junior Iris Young scored 13 points, Kensey Marshall scored four points, and Kalyn Hempel scored two points.
Sophomore Abigail Kovar scored two points.
St. Joseph (26-7, 7-1) will play Austin Regents on Friday at home for a shot at first place in district. They are currently in a three-way tie for first place. Depending on the outcome of Friday's games, the title could be decided by a point differential.
The Lady Flyers' only district loss came at the hands of Corpus Christi Incarnate Word Academy on Jan. 28.
Faith Academy 57,SA Lutheran 16
SAN ANTONIO - Faith Academy's Lady Cougars solidified their No. 2 spot in TAPPS District 6-2A Tuesday night with a 57-16 victory over San Antonio Lutheran.
Faith (23-8, 5-1) started off strong and was 30 points ahead of Lutheran at halftime.
Senior Courtne Grevey scored 15 points followed by Maegan Wilkinson with 10.
Reagan Wright, Krischelle Alex and Brittany Church all scored eight points each while Kassidy Korczynski had four.
The Lady Cougars lost their first meeting against Geneva School of Boerne earlier this season.
They will have a chance to earn a co-district championship Friday when they play Geneva at home.
This will also be a rematch of 2013's state semifinal game between the two schools, in which Geneva came out on top.
Victoria West 52, Gregory-Portland 47
PORTLAND - Victoria West continued its District 30-4A supremacy Tuesday with a 52-47 win over Gregory-Portland.
Senior Lauren Rodriguez scored 10 points and one 3-pointer, and senior Allyson Dlouhy had 17.
Junior Tiana Davila scored 18 points, Cameron Lamar scored three, and Emily Coronado had four.
West (26-4, 12-0) received its district championship trophy after last Friday's 57-38 victory over Tuloso-Midway.
The Warriors' first playoff game will be Tuesday in Gonzales against San Antonio Harlandale at 8 p.m.
Victoria East 45,Calallen 37
CORPUS CHRISTI - Senior Kendall Carter led the Lady Titans to a victory Tuesday against Calallen.
Carter scored 12 points, followed by Serelia Dean, who had nine with three 3-pointers.
Anne Grayson Wozniak, Erica Barnett and Andrea Jackson each scored six points.
Casey Jackson and Jada Whitby each scored four points.
St. Joseph 55,TMI Episcopal School 42
SAN ANTONIO - Senior Luke Wenske led the Flyers (16-15, 5-3) to a 55-42 victory over the TMI on Tuesday.
Wenske scored 16 points and two 3-pointers followed by senior Cody Janak, who had 13.
Barclay Proctor scored four points while Tyler Stocker and Adam Konarik each scored two.
The Flyers' final district game will be Friday against Austin Regents at home at 8 p.m.
Faith Academy 88,SA Lutheran 52
SAN ANTONIO - Craig Hogan led the Cougars to an 88-52 victory Tuesday by scoring 33 points.
Faith Academy (23-14, 2-4) saw double-digits scores from Joe Rodriguez with 12 points and Eli Espindola with 10.
Marcus Garza scored nine points, Zach Kuchandy scored eight, and Derrick Garcia and Hunter Duke had seven.
Gregory-Portland 52,Victoria West 47
PORTLAND - Senior Chris Erskine led the Warriors in scoring Tuesday with 14 points.
West lost to Gregory-Portland by five points, 52-47.
Sophomore Ruben Trevino scored 11 points with two 3-pointers while Isaac Simmons scored eight with two 3-pointers.
Mason Marshall scored six points, and Jacob Armstrong scored four.
Calallen 60,Victoria East 32
CORPUS CHRISTI - Scoring was well-rounded for Victoria East (18-11, 8-2) in Tuesday's 60-32 defeat to Calallen.
Austin Alexander scored seven points followed by Bryant Ennels and Datryan Evans with six points. Ennels also scored two 3-pointers.
Trevon Ramey scored five points and one 3-pointer, and Deondric Lofton scored four points.
Justin Shaw and T.J. Cleveland both scored two points.