Houston Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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Girls Basketball Beats Bartlett In Season Opener

The more things change, the more they stay the same with Houston Girls Basketball. Junior Jayla Hemingway scored 33 points and Sophomore Zipp Davis added 11points in a 43 point victory over the visiting Panthers. The 79-36 win at home was the first time with a revamped lineup from a team that has won back


              Information Listed Chronologically: Boys/Girls Soccer  Contact: Coach David Wolff David.Wolff@gmsdk12.org June 5-9 $100 BASEBALL Camp (Link)                       GIRLS BASKETBALL Camp (Link)                       VOLLEYBALL Camp (Link)              

Job Well Done

For thousands of athletes each year, a dream is conceived at the beginning of their respective journeys. It fuels millions of minutes of motivation and an infinite number of miles on the track, reps in the weight room and beads of perspiration. Visions of celebrations, joyous locker rooms, raising trophies and overweight coaches dancing are

Mustang Pride…State Bound

First year Head Girls Basketball Coach Ben Moore and Our team began the season with many questions that only time could answer. With Saturday night’s gutty Sectional win over Arlington that secured Our girls another trip to the State Finals, they’ve shown with every test put before them this year…they won’t need a curve anytime soon.

District Dominance Continues With Championship

The Girls Basketball team culminated another undefeated district season with a 53-28 victory over Collierville in the District Championship. It was the 3rd win over the Dragons this year and the 29th consecutive win over a district opponent for OUR Lady Mustangs. The back to back titles was also OUR third District Championship in four

The Song Remains The Same

This year’s “Classy vs. Trashy” basketball game against Our neighbors at Collierville High School had a little bit of everything for those in attendance on Friday. A referee almost passing out, a clock malfunction mid-game, a fan ejection, curious fashion statements by a coaching staff, and one of the most electrifying performances in recent memory

One Step At A Time

The grind is real. At times in every basketball season, a team needs reminding of the Cal Ripken, Jr. quote, “When you’re in the day to day grind, it just seems like it’s another step along the way. But I find joy in the actual process, the journey, the work. It’s not the end. It’s