A look at top performers from this weekend's Corpus Christi high school basketball games

Rey Castillo
Corpus Christi Caller Times

Following are Friday and Saturday's top performers from around the Corpus Christi-area.


• Tatiana Mosley finished with a game-best 19 points to lead Veterans Memorial to a win against Dawson at the McDonalds tournament.

• Nailea Carreno led Moody with 20 points in a win against King. Maurena Hale finished with a game-best 22 points to lead the Mustangs. 

• Alina Sanchez scored 16 points to lead Mathis in a win against Calallen at the Gregory-Portland tournament. 

• IWA's Lily Brown scored 12 points in a loss to Carroll at the Gregory-Portland tournament. Brown led the Angels with 15 points in a win against the Veterans Memorial junior varsity team. Emma Romanczyk led IWA with 14 points in a win against Odem at the tournament.

• Rockport-Fulton's Kaylee Howell scored a game-best 23 points in a win against San Antonio Lanier at the Floresville tournament. 

• Makaelah Favre and Mari Gonzales each scored 11 points to lead Skidmore-Tynan in a loss to Jourdanton at the Skidmore-Tynan tournament. Favre also had three 3-pointers. Kayla Martinez delivered 10 points in the Bobcats' win against Premont at the tournament. 

• Mathis' Alina Sanchez scored 14 points in a loss to South San Antonio at the Gregory-Portland tournament. Jacquelyn Garcia led the Pirates with 14 points in a loss to West Oso in the first game of the tournament. 

• Maurena Hale led King with 14 points in a loss to San Antonio Jefferson at the McAllen tournament. Hale added 10 more points in a win against McAllen.

• Veterans Memorial's Gabriella Arismendi and Tatiana Mosley each scored 15 points in the Eagles' win against Pasadena Memorial at the McDonalds Invitational. 

Hannah Ramsden scored six points to lead Port Aransas in a loss to Lipan at the Marlin Classic. Ramsden followed with 18 points in a win against Poolville.

Mia Perez scored a game-best 29 points, including three 3-pointers in Banquete's win against Agua Dulce. 

• Bishop's Jaydee Zamora finished with 18 points in the Badgers' win against Tuloso-Midway. Lexi Rios led the Warriors with 16 points. 


• Robstown's Jesse Resendez scored a game-best 33 points, including seven 3-pointers in a loss to Gregory-Portland. Trevor Jones scored 28 points, including six 3-pointers to lead the Wildcats. 

• Aransas Pass' George Acosta led the Panthers with a game-best 22 points, including four 3-pointers in a win against Ingleside. Brendan Alaniz scored 11 points to lead the Mustangs. 

• Jon-Michael Johnson led King with 23 points in a win against Eagle Pass. 

• London's Pierson Cazalas scored 17 points in the Pirates' win against Carroll. Eric  Reyes led the Tigers with 11 points.

Rio Grande City's Emily Lopez attempts to block a shot by Veterans Memorial's Mia De La Pena during the silver bracket championship of the Mira's Texas Riviera Tournament Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021, at Ray High School.

Espinosa scored 24 points to lead Santa Gertrudis Academy in a win against Alice. Jesus De Los Santos led the Coyotes with 12 points.

• Taft's Zack Martinez scored a game-best 20 points in the Greyhounds' win against Pettus. 

Logan Blakenship led Rockport-Fulton with 16 points in a loss to Lipan.

NOTE: Coaches, please send your game stats and records to ctsports@caller.com or rey.castillo@caller.com after each game. 

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Rey Castillo is a sports reporter for the Caller-Times and a graduate of Texas A&M-Kingsville. He may be reached at rey.castillo@caller.com or on Twitter @reycastillo361