Texas State Basketball
Tournament Finals Rewind
04 | 201920 SAN ANTONIO HIGH SCHOOLS BASKETBALL YEARBOOK
Duncanville 73, Klein Forest 69. Duncanville won
its fourth state title by putting together a 26-point
third quarter rally that wiped away a 31-26 Klein
halftime lead. Micah Peavy scored 22 points to
lead the champions, 15 of those points in the fi rst
half, while Jahi’us Ramsey added 19 points, 17 of
them in the second half. For Klein Forest, Kharce
McDonald led the way with 18 points while Daylan
Hamilton notched 17 points, Calvin Soloman added
14 points and Corin Robinson scored 13 points. It
was the third time Klein Forest had reached the
state semifi nals but its fi rst-ever fi nals appearance.
Mansfi eld Timber 77, Wagner 64. Mansfi eld blew
the lid off this one, outscoring Wagner 29-10 in the
fi rst quarter and avenging an earlier two-point loss
to the Thunderbirds. The state title was the second
in three years for Mansfi eld Timber, which opened
the season with 19 straight wins, suffered two
losses, then closed out the season with another
19-game winning streak.
CJ Smith, the 5-foot-9 game MVP, led Mansfi eld
Timber with 24 points while Trazarien White
added 11 points, 13 rebounds and fi ve assists,
Rodrigo Soares had 13 points and four rebounds
and Tristan Starks had 10 points and three assists.
For Wagner, Journee Phillips came up big with 22
points and 11 rebounds while Jalen Jackson added
18 points, seven rebounds and four assists.
Oak Cliff Faith Family Academy 53, Liberty 51.
Jordan Walsh scored the game winning points
on a dunk at the buzzer after Liberty saw a
12-point second half lead dwindle away. The state
championship was the fi rst for Oak Cliff while
Liberty reached the state fi nal after scoring a
game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer of its
semifi nal win.
Micah Peavy, Duncansville