Concho Valley Basketball Outlook
SAN ANGELO, TX-- The high school basketball season is in full swing as teams enter in to the second month of the season.
Here's how teams in the area are faring so far.
6A: San Angelo Central Runnin' Cats (3-8 overall)
Central takes on Fort Stockton in a non-district contest at Babe Didrickson Gym tonight at 7:30 pm. The Runnin' Cats have lost their last two contest.
San Angelo Central Lady Cats (12-6, 1-0)
The Lady Cats knocked off Killeen Shoemaker to open District 8-6A play. They will travel to Killeen to take on 15th ranked Killeen Ellison tonight at 7:00 pm.
5A: San Angelo Lake View Chiefs (3-11)
The Chiefs last played on Monday night. They dropped the non-district contest against Snyder 69-39. The Chiefs will next play Odessa High on Friday before the Christmas break.
San Angelo Lake View Maidens (2-13)
The Maidens took part in the Bluekatt VG Classic in their last action. The Maidens went 1-3 in the tournament. Their lone win came against a non-varsity opponent. The Maidens will be on the court again this Friday when they take on the Midland Classical Academy at Ben Norton Gym.
3A: Ballinger Bearcats (10-1)
Coming off a 62-48 victory over Coleman in the Coleman Tournament, the Bearcats are one of the hottest teams in the Concho Valley. Next up for Ballinger is a road trip to Albany at 6:15 pm tonight.
Ballinger Lady Bearcats
According to MaxPreps, Ballinger's record is 6-3, but there are a couple of final scores that have not been entered so that may not be valid. The Lady Bearcats held their own against 16th ranked Cisco in a 37-28 loss in the final of the Coleman Tournament. Ballinger faces Bangs in a home game tonight at 6:45 pm
Wall Hawks (9-1)
The Hawks, coached by Brian Blackburn, have started the season hot out of the gate. Wall went 3-1 in the Lago Vista Tournament over the weekend. Today, the Hawks will travel to Tuscola to take on Jim Ned High School at 6:15 pm tonight.
#5 Wall Lady Hawks (8-4)
Wall is the only girls basketball team ranked by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. The Lady Hawks saw a jump of one spot in the TABC poll on the heels of their 37-33 win over Midland Lee. That win came in the third place match of the Tall City Classic in Midland. The Lady Hawks have now knocked off three 6A opponents this season.