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WELCOME COACH TRES ELLIS Welcome to our third annual Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament! We’re proud to bring a premier basketball event to Westlake High School and Austin, Texas. This year we’ve expanded the tournament to fifteen talented teams from across the state of Texas and and a new team from Florida. The pool includes past District, Region and State Champions, impressive basketball programs, legendary coaches and skilled ball players which will light up the Westlake hardwood. This Holiday Classic Tournament would not be possible without the continued support from our generous sponsors, supporters, and Westlake parents. Thank you to everyone involved who is helping us make the Holiday Classic a first-class event for Texas basketball. Enjoy the tournament! Tres Ellis Head Coach, Westlake High School

Contents 1 Welcome from Coach Ellis 2 Eanes ISD Administrators’ Greetings 3 Tournament Sponsors 4 2012 Westlake Holiday Classic Overview 6 Where Are They Now? Matt Haralson 8 Where Are They Now? Rich Dozier 11 Westlake High School Gym Map 12 Westlake Chaparrals 13 A&M Consolidated Tigers 14 Cedar Hill Longhorns 15 Clear Lake Falcons 16 Fort Bend Bush Broncos 17 Fort Bend Willowridge Eagles 18 Holiday Classic Game Schedule 19 Holiday Classic Bracket Play HOLIDAY CLASSIC

20 Hanks Knights 21 Harker Heights Knights 22 Kinkaid Falcons 23 Montwood Rams 24 Pflugerville Panthers 25 Seguin Cougars 26 Strake Jesuit Crusaders 27 Timber Creek Wolves 28 Triple A Academy Stallions 29 Wagner Thunderbirds 31 Where Are They Now? Tommy Penders 32 2011 Westlake Holiday Classic Summary 34 Where Are They Now? Drew Gressett 36 Westlake Holiday Classic Records 1


Eanes ISD ADMINSTRATION Welcome to Westlake High School and the Westlake Holiday Classic in the highly-acclaimed Eanes Independent School District. We are proud of the outstanding tradition of Westlake athletics and of the tremendous sense of spirit that thrives in our community. We are also proud of our student-athletes, who demonstrate dedication, and the ability to balance academic work and personal obligations. Westlake High School and Eanes ISD are so much more than what you see on the court today; we are vitally committed to excellence in the classroom as well. Our students consistently notch top scores in ACT, SAT and most recently, STAAR tests and our National Merit Scholar recipient numbers are one of the highest in the region. For the sixth consecutive year, Eanes ISD earned the Austin Chamber’s Highest Overall Direct-to-College Enrollment Rate for a School District, with 84% of our students matriculating to a college or university. Academic and extracurricular success do not happen by chance. It is the passionate support from our students, staff, parents and community that make this a special place. We would not be where we are today without this invaluable support. Thank you for visiting Westlake High School. We hope you have a great time and that you come back soon! Sincerely, Nola H. Wellman. Ph.D. , Superintendent of Schools

Welcome to another exciting year of Chaparral basketball! We are happy you are here to support our studentathletes and support groups, who do a great job of balancing school, athletics and personal commitments. From academics to athletics to co-curriculars, Westlake High School students boast impressive achievements and experience a great deal of success throughout their high school careers. On a daily basis I find myself grateful for the opportunity to work with a phenomenal group of students who are committed to being the very best they can be in every way. Our faculty and staff remain committed to being the very best they can be in their craft and I am amazed at the incredible support we receive from the parents and community, whether it be through communication, volunteering, or our Eanes Education Foundation. Enjoy the game and thank you for supporting Westlake High School athletics! Sincerely, Dr. John Carter, Principal

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THANK YOU TOURNAMENT SPONSORS

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Westlake Basketball Family Sponsors SLAM DUNKS The Morse Family The McKay Family Louisa & Dan Slaughter Laura & Scott Slaughter THREE POINTERS The Newberg & Northington Families/Endeavor Real Estate JUMP SHOTS The Dansby Family The Elliott Family Kim & Tod Klubnik The Lines Family The Sullivan Family Janet & Derek Willis LAY-UPS Chelsey & Vernon Bryant Carolyn & Callan Carpenter Phyllis Cosentino & Steve Boots Kerry & Steve Hall The Jernigan Family The Keshu Family The Nelson Family The Richard Family The Severt Family FREE THROWS The DeBlasio Family Lauri & Lee Deviney Sherri & David Hull Elaine & Tom Marcin Margaret & Mike McDoniel Tica & Irl Nathan The Wendell Family The Woodard Family The Carlton Family The Rowan Family

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2012 Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament Overview The Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament brings top high school basketball teams to Austin. This year Westlake Head Coach Tres Ellis has expanded the tournament in size and talent. The host Chaparrals are pleased to welcome fourteen other highly touted squads from across the state of Texas as well as a team from Orlando, Florida. Ideal timing and a high level of competition makes the Westlake Holiday Classic a perfect final tune-up for teams prior to the start of district games. Add to that Austin’s energetic, eclectic and entertaining environment and it’s no surprise this tournament is quickly becoming a favorite of coaches, players and families. District, Region and even State Champions abound in this field of perennial forces which includes five state ranked teams, including the number one rankings I two classifications. Powerful programs such as Fort Bend Bush (2010 State Champions), Wagner (2009 and 2010 Region Champions), Cedar Hill (2011 Region Finalist, three-time defending District Champion) and Pflugerville (perennial District Champions) will compete on the Westlake hardwood. Of course, success is the result of great leadership. With over 40 years experience and 850+ wins, legendary Montwood Head Coach Tony Harper has been called the king of El Paso basketball. Ronnie Courtney, Fort Bend Bush’s head coach since 2007, has led high school and college teams to their greatest achievements. He has three state high school championships to go along with an NCAA Tournament berth he attained at Texas Southern University in 2003. Cedar Hill Head Coach Tim Thomas has been establishing record victory totals and state tournament appearances at every school he has coached since 1997. As in the past, this Westlake Holiday Classic is an opportunity to see exceptionally talented individuals as well. The Westlake Holiday Classic will showcase many future college players.

2012 Holiday Classic Teams: A&M Consolidated College Station, TX Coach Rick German

Cedar Hill Cedar Hill, TX Coach Tim Thomas

Clear Lake Houston, TX Coach Tommy Penders

Fort Bend Bush Richmond, TX Coach Ronnie Courtney

Fort Bend Willowridge Richmond, TX Coach John Howie

Hanks* El Paso, TX Coach Manny Flores

Harker Heights* Killeen, TX Coach Celneque Bobbitt

The Kinkaid School* Houston, TX Coach Scott Zimmerman

Montwood El Paso, TX Coach Tony Harper

Pflugerville Pflugerville, TX Coach David Raigosa

Seguin* Arlington, TX Coach Bobby Thigpen

Strake Jesuit* Houston, TX Coach Dominic Amarosa

Timber Creek* Orlando Florida Coach Ron Schadegg

Triple A Academy* Dallas, TX Coach Trey Washington

Wagner San Antonio, TX Coach Rodney Clark

Westlake Austin, TX Coach Tres Ellis

*1st time Holiday Classic participants Keep track of everything Westlake Holiday Classic on Facebook! facebook.com/WestlakeHolidayClassic

“The Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament promises to deliver the basketball goods. It's Santa's gift to Austin, TX. The brainchild of Austin Westlake Head Coach Tres Ellis and Craig Carlton, it's their intent to build this into one of the most outstanding holiday tournaments in the country.”

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Where Are They Now? Matt Haralson - WHS ‘91 Matt Haralson played an intregal role for the Chaps between 1988 to 1991, where he played forward and center for coaches Neal Calvert and Robert Brashear. Averaging 22 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists, the Chaps made it to the regional finals Matt’s senior year, where he was the only returning varsity player. Two-time All District, All Central Texas and an All Region 2nd team, Matt’s best game was the much heralded triple double against Del Valle. (22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.) An all around athlete, Matt also played for the Chaps’ tennis team. He partnered with future University of Texas All American Trey Phillips for an undefeated season. The Chaps made it to the state finals before losing a hard fought battle to Highland Park. Matt played basketball for the Texas A&M University Aggies from 1991-1996 as a forward and center. His college career saw many high points, including a career best points against SMU, two blocked shots against Arizona and multiple games with four or more rebounds. A cancer survivor since 1996, Matt and his wife Meredith have made the Westlake community their home. Along with their twin 5th graders Brennan and Christian (who attend Cedar Creek Elementary), the Haralsons’ commitment to Westlake continues to grow. A successful businessman, he and his brother own G. Creek Construction, a commercial construction company. Matt also is an energetic civic leader, serving as Cubmaster for four years and is a member of the Westlake Rotary. Matt’s love for basketball hasn’t been lost, however: he also continues to coach youth teams and also provides one -on-one training for aspiring junior players who wish to follow in his footsteps.

Westlake High School Basketball thanks the

Westlake Youth Basketball Association (WYBA) for their longstanding support and their continued development of young athletes in the community. 6

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GO CHAPS! Site Development

c. c. Carlton Industries serving Austin and the central Texas area since 1993 Voted Top 125 Contractors in Central Texas by the Texas Construction Association Voted Top 25 Privately Held Construction Companies by Austin Business Journal for three straight years

c. c. Carlton Industries, Ltd. &

The Carlton Family support

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Where Are They Now ? Rich Dozier- WHS ‘85

A three-year starter and the 1985 Mr. Basketball, Rich Dozier embodies all the great traits of the Chaps. District and Central Texas MVP in both the 1984 and 1985, Rich also earned All State honors twice, Academic All State in 1985 and participated in the THSCA All State game the same year. After his storied Chap career, Rich played basketball at Oklahoma City University, turning down other opportunities to follow the treasured and respected Abe Lemons. There, the four-year starter earned multiple accomplishments, including All-Time Career Assist Leader and the single game free throw record (13 for 13). These accomplishments were noted: Rich was named 1990 OCU Best Athlete, and 1990 Academic All American. After a decade of working with a family business, Rich returned to his basketball roots. In 2000, Rich signed on as head coach the Medina Boys and Girls’ Varsity Basketball teams. Seven years later, Rich took over the Hallettsville Boys Varsity program, where the team won 25 games in his second year at the helm of the program. Last year, Rich took his talents to Sonora, this time as the girls’ varsity coach. Sonora High School just happens to be where his daughters Naomi and Gracie play basketball, rounding out his experience of coaching all six of the Dozier children. Rich and his wife Anna—an accomplished basketball player in her own right (Anna played at Little-Cyprus Mauriceville High School and Southwestern University), now reside in Sonora, Texas. But there is definitely one thing they are more passionate about than basketball: their family. Parents of six children (including two foster children and two adopted children), the Dozier family includes; Matt (30), Amanda (29), Cooper (21), Camp (19), Naomi (17) and Gracie (16). The Dozier’s are also extremely proud grandparents of three; Christian (10), Eva (1) and Cayman (6 months).

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WESTLAKE CHAPARRALS

NO

NAME

HGT.

YEAR

POSITION

1 2 3 4 5 10 20 22 23 24 30 33 45 50 55

Ben Slaughter Harrison Hackney Lucas Goldberg Will Morse Travis Brown Chase Carlton Luke Rowan Chris Murch Patrick Elliott Vincent DeBlasio Harrison Lines Jordan Severt Dallen Nelson Zach Dansby Jackson Carter

5’10” 6'2" 6'4" 6’2” 5’10” 6'0" 6'1" 6'1" 6'1" 6'3" 6’2" 6'4" 6'2" 6'5" 6'4"

Junior Soph. Soph. Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Junior Senior Junior Junior Junior Junior Senior

Guard Guard Forward PG Guard PG Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward

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Westlake Chaparrals Austin, Texas Tres Ellis Head Coach Robert Lucero Assistant Varsity Coach Sam Lunz Assistant Coach Alex Owen Assistant Coach Region II District 15 Division 5A WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


A&M CONSOLIDATED TIGERS

NO. 1 2 3 5 10 12 14 21 30 32 34 40 44

NAME HEIGHT Josh Stewart 6’4” Justin Miller 6’0” Derrick Dick 5’8” Garrett Peters 5’6” Kerry Thomas 6’0” Tim Nixon 6’1” Caio Vieira 5’10” Tyler Hollas 6’0” Joziah Stinson 6’0” Ryan Stavinoha 6’3” Jimmie Gilbert 6’6” Alvin Carr 5’10” Josh Kipp 6’7”

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YEAR Senior Senior Soph. Fresh. Junior Senior Junior Junior Junior Junior Senior Soph. Junior

A&M Consolidated Tigers College Station, Texas Rick German Head Coach Eric Brewerton Charles McMillian Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Matt Warhol Steve Day Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Region II District 14 Division 5A 13


CEDAR HILL LONGHORNS

NO.

NAME

HEIGHT

YEAR

POSITION

10 12 14 20 22 24 30 32 34 40 42 44

Charles Wesley Charlie Middleton Laiton Harris Jalen Jones Jonathan Webb Kendrick Hanes Kealon Clayborne Chauncey Hill Jordan Terry Malik Groden Dorian Waggoner Darris Harper

6’0” 5’9” 6’2” 6’2” 6’0” 6’2” 6’1” 6’3” 6’5” 6’6” 6’5” 5’10”

Senior Soph. Senior Senior Fresh. Senior Soph. Junior Soph. Senior Senior Soph.

Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Forward Forward Guard

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Cedar Hill Longhorns Cedar Hill, Texas Tim Thomas Head Coach Corey Cornish Brandon Phillips Assistant Coach JV / Assistant Coach Gerald Varrone David Lightfoot Asst. / JV Coach 9th / Asst. Coach James Barnett 9th / Asst. Coach Region I District 7 Division 5A WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


CLEAR LAKE FALCONS

NO. NAME 2 Orion Lewis 4 John Paul Barajas 5 Alden Miles* 11 Drake Green 12 Will West* 14 Keith Heinzel 22 Bradley George 25 Christian West 33 Mark Skol 34 Colton Torrance 40 Jordan Davis 41 Eric Santen 43 Blake Blackmar *Denotes Captain CLASSIC TOURNAMENT

HGT YEAR

POSITION

5’10” 5’9” 5’10” 6’3” 6’2” 5’10” 6’1” 6’1” 6’4” 6’4” 6’5” 6’6” 6’6”

PG PG Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Fwd./Ctr. Center Center

Soph. Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Soph. Soph. Junior Senior Soph. Junior Junior

Clear Lake Falcons Houston, Texas Tommy Penders Head Coach Matt Frye Assistant Varsity Coach Marc Gernander Assistant Coach Jay Warner Assistant Coach Michael Tummins Assistant Coach Region III District 24 District 5A 15


FORT BEND BUSH BRONCOS

NO. NAME

1 2 3 5 10 11 12 23 25 32 33 40 45 50 55 16

Ronald Monroe Donald Monroe Brendon Ganaway ShawnDre Jones Domonique Rogers Travis Downing Kelly Oubre Charles Grace Brandon Jones Jalin LeBlanc T.J. Fields Myles Rice Eden Ewing Ladarius Johnson Joshua Jones

POSITION

HEIGHT YEAR

Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Post Guard Forward Forward Forward Post

6’5” 6’4” 5’9” 5’10” 5’10” 5’9” 6’7” 5’9” 6’5” 6’7” 5’11” 6’5” 6’7” 6’5” 6’7”

Junior Junior Soph. Senior Senior Soph. Junior Junior Junior Senior Senior Soph. Soph. Senior Soph.

Fort Bend Bush Broncos Richmond, Texas

Ronnie Courtney Head Coach

Michael Wiggins

Marcus Gabriel

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Jay Thornton

Jestin Booker

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Region III District 23 Division 5A

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FORT BEND WILLOWRIDGE EAGLES

NO. 0 1 2 3 10 11 12 21 22 23 24 30 31 32 34

NAME DeMontre Bridges Michael Hunter DeShawn Jackson Gary Jenkins Emory Lewis DeValin Davis Charles Miller Sam Washington DeShawn Walter Jamal Emmers Dymytri Davis Kenneth McGruder Edmond Franklin Justin Sanders Charles Anderson

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HGT 6’1” 5’11” 5’10” 5’11” 5’10” 6’2” 6’2” 5’10” 6’2” 6’0” 6’0” 6’1” 6’7” 6’3” 6’3”

YEAR Soph. Senior Soph. Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Soph. Senior Senior Soph. Senior Junior Junior

POSITION Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward

Fort Bend Willowridge Eagles Houston, Texas John M. Howie Head Coach J. Marshall Lawrence Moore Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Brandon Spencer Asst. Coach Region III District 22 Division 4A 17


GAME SCHEDULE WESTLAKE HOLIDAY CLASSIC GAME SCHEDULE Thursday, December 27, 2012 Game Time

Competition Gym

Practice Gym

12:00 PM

Game 1, Hanks vs. Strake Jesuit

Game 3, A&M Consolidated vs. Clear Lake

1:30 PM

Game 2, Westlake vs. Timber Creek

Game 4, Triple A Academy vs. Willowridge

3:00 PM

Game 5, Montwood vs. Kinkaid

Game 7, Harker Heights vs. Seguin

4:30 PM

Game 6, Fort Bend Bush vs. Wagner

Game 8, Pflugerville vs. Cedar Hill

6:00 PM

Game 9

Game 10

7:30 PM

Game 11

Game 12

Friday, December 28, 2012 Game Time

Competition Gym

Practice Gym

9:00 AM

Game 13

Game 14

10:30 AM

Game 15

Game 16

12:00 PM

Game 17

Game 18

1:30 PM

Game 19

Game 20

3:00 PM

Game 21

4:30 PM

Game 22

6:00 PM

Game 23

7:30 PM

Game 24

Saturday, December 29, 2012

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Game Time

Competition Gym

9:00 AM

Game 25, Consolation 7th Place

10:30 AM

Game 26, Consolation 5th Place

12:00 PM

Game 27, Championship 7th Place

1:30 PM

Game 28, Championship 5th Place

3:00 PM

Game 29, Consolation 3rd Place

4:30 PM

Game 30, Consolation Championship

6:00 PM

Game 31, Championship 3rd Place

7:30 PM

Game 32, Tournament Championship WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


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HANKS KNIGHTS

NO. NAME

HGT.

YEAR

POSITION

1 3 5 10 11 13 21 23 25 31 32 33 41 45 55

5'8" 5'9" 5’9" 6'0" 6’1" 5'11" 5’10" 5’10" 6'0" 5’11" 5’11" 6'1" 5'10" 6'0" 5’9"

Junior Senior Soph. Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Junior Soph. Junior Junior Senior

Guard Guard Guard Guard Post Guard Guard Guard Post Post Guard Post Guard Guard Guard

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Carlos Delgado Josh Velasquez Eric Rueda Chris Adams Angel Williams James Flores Marcel Curry Tristan Zuniga Alan Hillel Sean McGinnis Andy Arias Chaz Thomas Shawn Hinojo Dallas Kyle Idres Lee

Hanks Knights El Paso,Texas Manny Flores Head Coach Chris Mora Assistant Coach Jason Morales Assistant Coach David Gasca Assistant Coach Region I District 2 Division 4A WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


HARKER HEIGHTS KNIGHTS

NO. 00 1 2 4 5 11 15 22 23 24 25 32 33 34 35 41

NAME Cody Halverson Re’shaun Banks-Herny Cameron Delaney James Cudjo Roderick Taylor Jeremy Thomas Josh Delaney Devin Ward Tyler Brown Lamarcus Freeman Andre Hughes Naashon Hughes C.J. Bobbitt Teron Davis Patrovick Everette Jaymes Bradley

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HGT. 6’0" 5'10" 6'3" 6'1" 6’7" 6’0" 6'0" 6'1" 6'0" 5’10" 6'6" 6'5" 6’6" 6'0" 6'4" 6’2”

YEAR Junior Senior Junior Junior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Fresh. Senior Senior Soph. Junior Soph. Senior

POSITION SG PG SG SG P SF PG SG SG PG SF P SF SF P SF

Harker Heights Knights Harker Heights, Texas Celneque Bobbitt Head Coach Roger Gonzales Assistant Varsity Coach Kye Robertson Assistant Coach Region I District 8 Division 5A 21


KINKAID FALCONS

NO. NAME HGT 3 Larry Wilkins 5’11” 4 Hutch Oelman 6’6” 5 Jeff Roberson 6’6” 10 Josh Armstrong 6’1” 11 Sam Mays 6’3” 12 Stephen O’Suji 5’10” 13 Thomas Dillon 5’11” 20 Robel Keleta 5’9” 23 Alik Bourenin 5’11” 33 Bryson King 6’5” 40 Tyler Higby 6’5” 22

YEAR Senior Senior Junior Junior Soph. Junior Junior Senior Junior Senior Soph.

POSITION Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward

Kinkaid Falcons Houston, Texas Scott Zimmerman Head Coach Michael Vischak Assistant Coach Levy Garrett Assistant Coach Southwest Prep Division WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


MONTWOOD RAMS

NO. NAME

HEIGHT

YEAR

1 10 12 14 21 22 23 24 25 31 34 35 44

5’10” 6’0” 5’9” 5’10” 5’9” 5’11” 6’1” 5’10” 5’11” 5’9” 6’1” 5’6” 6’0”

Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior

Warren Redix Albert Bordier Eric Soto Hayden Davis Carlos Lujan Gabriel Sylvestro Anthony Davis Chris Gamboa Charles Luevano Sammy Dominguez Carlos Lugo Ruben Lopez Alan Munoz

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Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Post Post Guard Guard Post Guard Post

Montwood Rams El Paso, Texas Tony Harper Head Coach David Dixon Assistant Varsity Coach Danny Gonzalez Assistant Coach Region I District 1 Division 5A 23


PFLUGERVILLE PANTHERS

NO. NAME

HGT

YEAR

POSITION

2 3 4 5 10 15 20 22 23 25 30 33 35 40

6’4” 5’11” 6’0” 6’1” 6’3” 6’1” 6’4” 6’2” 6’2” 6’1” 6’1” 6’4” 6’2” 5’10”

Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Junior Junior Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior

Guard Guard Forward Guard Point Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Guard

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Abrian Edwards Darius Brooks Napoleon Onyeje Caleb Horton TJ Williams Darian Bostic Nosa Ebomwonyi Isaac Mooney Bryce Bierbower Spencer Jordan Aaron McDaniel Darren Henderson Justin Moss Randy Craig

Pflugerville Panthers Pflugerville, Texas David Raigosa Head Coach Travis Levie Assistant Coach Mike Murphy Assistant Coach David Cunha Assistant Coach Region II District 16 Division 5A WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


SEGUIN COUGARS

NO. 4 5 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 25 30 31 32 33

NAME Cris Boleware Marcus Frazier Richard Holden Brandon Parrish Niko Boleware Dreshon Johnson Donnie Thomas Ashon Mayze Greg Wesley Emmanuel Sanosi Kelton Moore Josh Parrish Corinthian Ramsey David Jones Kimani Jackson

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HGT. 5'10" 5'9" 6'1" 6'5" 5'10" 5'8" 6'5" 6'1" 6'7" 6'3" 6'0" 6'3" 5'9" 6'0" 6'7"

YEAR Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Soph. Junior Fresh. Soph. Senior Senior

POSITION Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward

Seguin Cougars Arlington Texas Bobby Thigpen Head Coach Billy Cunningham Assistant Coach Mike Jenkins Assistant Coach John Smith Assistant Coach Region II District 15 Division 4A 25


STRAKE JESUIT Crusaders

NO. NAME

1 2 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 25 31 26

Terrance Johnson Sam Capo Hunter Thompson Cole Stanley Justin Chekwujekwu Nick Zarosky Wilson Dunn Trey Young Brian Doyle Reveal Chekwujekwu Nasim Dimassi Yemi Adesomo Dylan Livit Amir Henry

HEIGHT

YEAR

POSITION

5'10" 6'0" 6'5" 6'2" 6'2" 6'1" 6'5" 6'2" 6'1" 6'3" 6'1" 5'10" 6'6" 6'6"

Senior Senior Junior Soph. Soph. Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior

Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Forward

Strake Jesuit Houston, Texas Dominic Amorosa Head Coach Tom Beverick Scott Granito Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Adam Hauser Matt Kubus Asst. Coach Assit. Coach Ray Marshall Craig Martin Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Region III District 19 Division 5A WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


TIMBER CREEK WOLVES

NO. 2 3 5 10 11 13 20 21 22 25 32 35

NAME Donald Gilbert Taurean Jenkins Shaq Evans Steven Rodriguez Exor Torres Joshua Thompson Nick Sumter Stuckey Mosely Nick Thompson Jacques Patrick Jacob Allan Clinton LaVardera

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HEIGHT 5’10” 6’1” 5’8” 5’9” 5’8” 6’3” 6’6” 6’3” 6’0” 6’3” 6’2” 6’7”

YEAR POSITION Senior Guard Senior Guard Senior Guard Junior Guard Senior Guard Junior Center Senior Guard Junior Guard Senior Guard Soph. Forward Senior Forward Senior Center

Timber Creek Wolves Orlando, Florida Ron Schadegg Head Coach Tim Sherry Dwight Mitchell Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Philip Wilde Reggie Cox Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Greg Crenshaw Assistant Coach 8A District 5 27


TRIPLE A ACADEMY STALLIONS

NO. 1 3 5 10 15 22 23 32 33 44 28

NAME Xavier Cooks Cameron Cooks Harrison Henderson Tyler Singleton Jeremiah Jefferson King McClure Gary Breaux Shavarick James Dalyn Mumphrey Frank HolliSs

HGT 5’10” 5’10” 6’6” 6’2” 6’3” 6’3” 6’3” 6’3” 6’6” 6’3”

YEAR Soph. Junior Frosh. Soph. Junior Soph. Junior Junior Soph. Junior

POSITION Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Center Guard

Triple A Academy Stallions Dallas, Texas

Trey Washington Head Coach

Anthony Gilliam Assistant Coach

Sean Jones Assistant Coach

Herman Hammons Assistant Coach Region II District 14 Division 1A-1 WESTLAKE HOLIDAY


WAGNER THUNDERBIRDS

NO. NAME

10 11 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 40 42 45 50

Bear Clarkson Takoa McKinnies Dominic Guzman Trent Sampson Diondre Hunter Mike Ricondo Clint Lewis Giovanni Collins Trey Powell Trevor Taylor Tyler Collins Jerminic Anthony Xavier LaGrant Josh Lee Sharone Lewis

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HEIGHT

YEAR

POSITION

5’7” 5’11” 5’8” 5’9” 6’1” 5’10” 6’0” 6’2” 6’3” 6’3” 6’4” 6’2” 6’4” 6’5” 6’2”

Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Senior Junior Soph. Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Senior

PG PG PG/SG PG/SG SG/SF SG SG/SF SG/SF SF SF/PF SF/PF SF/PF PF/C PF/C PF/C

Wagner Thunderbirds San Antonio, Texas Rodney Clark Head Coach Chris Judge Assistant Coach Andre Jackson Assistant Coach Region IV District 25 Division 5A 29


Good Luck Westlake Holiday Classic Teams!

~ Coach Max Ivany

www.texasbasketballinc.blogspot.com

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Where Are They Now ? Tommy Penders- WHS ‘90

Tommy Penders graduated from Westlake High School in 1990 where he played basketball for Neal Calvert. While a Chap, Tommy earned both All-District and All-Region honors. Tommy played basketball for the University of Texas Longhorns from 1991 to 1995. At Texas, Tommy was one of only two players to win three Southwest Conference titles in the program's history. A regular on the court from his sophomore year on, Tommy was a part of three NCAA Tournament Teams. He was also a multiple member of the GTE SWC All-Academic Team. Following his career at Texas, Penders became an assistant coach for Jim Harrick's University of Rhode Island team that advanced to the Elite 8. After his tenure as an assistant at George Washington University, (where his Colonials won the Atlantic 10 West title and also earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament), Tommy returned to the Lone Star State. Tommy is now entering his 11th season as a head high school basketball coach and his fourth at tradition-rich Clear Lake High School. His 2012 Falcons were a State ranked team the entire season; winning 28 games and a share of the District title with a 13-1 record. Prior to Clear Lake, Tommy was the head coach at Calhoun HS and then at Angleton, his team finished the season ranked #2 in 2006 and advanced to the State Semi-Final, its only berth in the State Tournament in the school's 81 year history. Tommy and his wife Jennifer (an elementary school teacher) currently make their home in Clear Lake, Texas along with their children daughter Mattingly (6) and son Jaxon (3).

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2011 Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament Summary Tournament MVP Alex Caruso*

A&M Consolidated Guard

6’ 3”

Senior

All Tournament Team Kenneth Bray

Wagner

Forward

6’ 7

Senior

Ramon Celis

Sorocco

Guard

5’8”

Senior

Paris Clayton

Clear Lake

Guard

6’ 0”

Senior

Jimmy Gilbert

A&M Consolidated Guard

6’ 5”

Junior

Donivan Jones*

Westbury

Forward

6’4”

Junior

Zeldric King

Cedar Hill

Forward

6’6”

Senior

Rob Lewis

Clear Lake

Guard

5’11”

Senior

Joey Martinez

Montwood

Post

6’9”

Senior

DJ Payton

Bryan

Guard

5’10”

Senior

Cameron Ridley

Fort bend Bush

Post

6’11”

Senior

RJ Rowan

Westlake

Guard

5’ 11” Senior

Josh Stewart

A&M Consolidated Guard

6’4”

Junior

Drew Wikelius*

Westlake

Forward

6’ 6”

Senior

TJ WIlliams

Pflugerville

Guard

6’2”

Junior

* Denotes two-time All Tournament Honors

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2011 Champion - A&M Consolidated 2nd Place - Clear Lake 3rd Place - Westlake The second annual Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament in December 2011 featured top high school talent from across the state of Texas. The A&M Consolidated team took the top honors, winning a close championship game against the Clear Lake. The Holiday Classic tournament established itself as a first class event and is poised to become a premier Texas holiday basketball showcase.

Tournament MVP Alex Caruso with Westlake Coach Head Tres Ellis.

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Where Are They Now ? Drew Gressett - WHS ‘00

We want Drew! We want Drew! If you attended Longhorn basketball games in the early 2000’s you were probably chanting this along with everyone else. Prior to walking on at Texas, Drew was a standout high school player for Westlake. In 1999, his junior season, Drew compiled 225 assists – an astonishing 6.25 per game. That year the Chaps went 28-8 and set the state UIL 5A scoring record of 120 points against Seguin. In his senior year, Drew was named All-District 1st Team while averaging 13.7 points and 4.1 assists for the 21-11 Chaparrals. At UT, Drew played all four seasons for Head Coach Rick Barnes. Perhaps the most memorable was the 2003 team that made NCAA Final Four. Drew’s spirit, optimism, and tireless work ethic earned him respect and praise from coaches, teammates and fans. An entrepreneurial drive, and a love of cheeseburgers, led Drew to open Hat Creek Burgers in 2008. From the humble beginnings of a trailer in downtown, Drew has perfected his burgers, as well as his business, expanding to two locations (5400 Burnet Rd and in Westlake at 360 / Bee Caves Rd) with plans for more. And of course the Big Hats are always available at UT home games whether they be at The Drum, Disch-Falk Field, or Bevo Boulevard. Drew, his wife Shelby and daughter Lucy Bell, continue to support Westlake sports. Hat Creek Burger Co is the title sponsor of the Westlake Holiday Classic basketball tournament for the second year. Go Chaps and Go Hat Creek!

to the Westlake Holiday Classic Tournament Steering Committee, basketball parents and volunteers! Without your hard work and dedication, this tournament would not be possible.

Westlake Holiday Classic Steering Committee Tres Ellis, Westlake Head Coach Craig Carlton April Mangum Jim McKay Doug Murch

Holt Hackney Mark Mangum Cheryl Morse John Rowan Lisa Sullivan

Kathy Jernigan Lynelle McKay Ron Morse Laura Slaughter

Westlake Basketball thanks James “Doc” Allen, Westlake trainer, for being available to care for all tournament athletes 34

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