“I am still speechless,” Weisbrod said. “I can’t even say how it feels. I guess it will hit me in the morning. Tomorrow I don’t care if I don’t score in double digits. In the end the only thing that matters is a win. That is it.”
Weisbrod scored 16 in the first period, 12 in the second, 14 in the third and six in the fourth. He was taken out the game with 3:30 left in the game.
He finished 16-for-24 from the field and was 3-for-5 behind the three point line. Weisbrod was 13-for-20 from the free throw line and he added 12 rebounds.
Nederland held a 36-17 lead at the break after holding Alvin to four points in the second period.
The Bulldogs then outscored the visitors 21-11 in the third.
Memorial 86, Lumberton 34
Dorian Chatman and the Memorial Titans started off the Bulldogs Classic with an 86-34 win over the Lumberton Raiders.
Chatman poured in 18 points as the Titans used a very strong second period to pull away from the Raiders.
Memorial was already up 25-13 after the first period when the Titans outscored the Raiders 21-5 in the second.
Lumberton could only muster another five points in the third as Memorial built a 69-23 lead going into the fourth period.
Ron Taylor added 16 points for Memorial while Joseph Williams put in 14. Torian Lott added 13 points for the Titans.
WO-S 71, PN-G 45
Fresh off their first win of the season, the Port Neches-Groves Indians through the first half against West Orange-Stark were poised to pull off an upset.
The Mustangs jumped out to a 23-7 lead after the first period and at one point led the game 22-2.
PN-G cut the lead to 23-20 with two minutes left in the first half as the Indians held the Mustangs scoreless for the first six minutes of the second period.
WO-S held a 31-22 lead at the break and then outscored PN-G 40-23 in the second half.
Bradley Broussard led the Indians with 12 points while Chase Rutledge had 20 for the Mustangs. Laquarius Paige had 15 points for the Mustangs.