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The Bryan boys basketball team used a late run to hold off Killeen 80-70 in a fast-paced affair Wednesday afternoon at Viking Gym as the Vikings earned their first victory in District 12-6A play this season. “You’re going to have a hard time making the playoffs in this district anyways if you lose home games,” Bryan coach Jonathan Hines said. “You’re definitely going to be sitting at home when playoff time gets here. They scared me a little bit, but we executed late, got some buckets and brought home the win.” Bryan (9-2, 1-1) built a 12-point lead in the third quarter, but the Kangaroos (2-5, 0-1) kept punching back. Late in the third quarter, Killeen switched to a full-court press and got within 64-63 midway through the fourth quarter. Hines said the Vikings haven’t seen much press this season, but Bryan solved the Kangaroos’ riddle and used a 16-5 run to help seal the win. “It took us awhile to adapt,” Hines said. “But when we started getting to spots and we broke the press, we did a good job of finding shooters and made them pay and knocked those down.” Sophomore TJ Johnson was a key piece in the Vikings’ late run. He scored all eight of his points in the final 2 minutes, knocking down a pair of 3-pointers from the left corner. “For him to have the confidence to go out there and make shots when we need it is great for him and his development,” Hines said. “He’s going to be a really good player for us, and I was happy to see it come through in a district win.” Sophomore Dylan Glover led Bryan with a team-high 22 points, making shots from different ranges and playing an instrumental role in leading several fast breaks. Senior Dominic Caldwell added 21 points and was strong from 3-point range, hitting 5 of 13 attempts. “We did a pretty good job of shooting the ball,” Hines said. “We got some shots that we had been working on, which was good to see guys executing offensively.” Glover also had six assists and five rebounds, while Caldwell had five assists and four rebounds. Bryan’s Rodney Johnson added 19 points, eight rebounds and two blocks. Much of Killeen’s offense went through forward AB Oladipo, who scored a game-high 28 points. Oladipo didn’t score in the first quarter but dropped in 16 points in the second period, which helped Killeen pull within 41-37 at halftime. “We did not have an answer for him,” Hines said. “He got us in foul trouble, and if we didn’t foul him, he was scoring.” In the fourth quarter, however, Bryan held Oladipo to just two points as he made the first basket of the quarter. From there, Oladipo took just one shot. Hines said the Vikings did well flying out to guard shooters, which kept Killeen from making 3-pointers as the Kangaroos had just four. But Hines noted Bryan struggled with its high-post defense as Killeen continued to find success going through Oladipo. Bryan will host Temple at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Hines said he wants to see his Vikings improve their defensive rotations as they prepare to face the Wildcats. “We have a goal to hold people under 55,” Hines said. “I think with our firepower, we can win games under 55. As soon as teams start getting in that upper 55-60 range, now it’s going to be a tougher game. Seventy is way too much and it was all about our defensive rotations and our help. We’ll work on that in practice, hopefully get better for Temple, shore that up and we’ll strive to hold them under 55.” Bryan 80, Killeen 70 KILLEEN (2-5, 0-1) — AB Oladipo 28, Jayden White 15, Dominic Davis 13, DeMarco Blas 6, AD Oladipo 4, Andre Clay 2, John Scott 2 BRYAN (9-2, 1-1) — Dylan Glover 22, Dominic Caldwell 21, Rodney Johnson 19, TJ Johnson 8, Chris Maxey 6, CJ Tyler 2, Samuel Esan 2. Killeen 13 24 16 17 — 70 Bryan 20 21 21 18 — 80...

1/5/2021

Bryan High School News

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Freshman guard Taylor Thornton hit a shot with 08 seconds to play as the Bryan Lady Vikings beat Shoemaker 47-45 Tuesday night at Viking Gym. The Lady Vikings (3-2, 1-1) got 19 points from Thornton while Symoria Adkins added 11 points. Bryan will step back on the court Friday night when they’ll host Harker Heights. Tip-off at Viking Gym is scheduled for 7 pm. Copyright 2020 KBTX. All rights reserved....

1/5/2021

Bryan High School News

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Twin sisters Jacque and Jessica Adams from Bryan High School both signed to play softball for the University of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Tuesday morning. Both sisters are four-year starters for the Lady Vikings and hold multiple records. Here’s a list of some of their accomplishments on the diamond: Jacque Adams (C/1B) 4 year starter 2-time All District 1st team 2018, 2019 3-time All Academic All District 2018, 2019, 2020 Top 5% in her class School Records: #2 Career Defensive Putouts: 548 #5 Career Doubles: 27 #7 Career Home Runs: 7 2020 Stats(Season Cancelled-Covid) 18-5 Team Record, 11 game winning streak .452 Batting Average, 28 hits, 18 RBI, .520 OB%, .694 SLG Jessica Adams (P/1B) 4 year starter 2018 Newcomer of the Year 2019 Pitcher of the Year 3-time All Academic All District 2018, 2019, 2020 1st team All Brazos Valley 2018, 2019 2010s Eagle 2nd Team All Decade Brazos Valley Team School Records: #1 Career Home Runs: 23 #1 Career Slug % .779 #3 Career Doubles: 39 #3 Career Walks: 46 #4 Career RBI: 90 #5 Career Pitching Wins: 46 #5 Career Strikeouts: 403 #5 Career Total Bases: 212 #5 Career Defensive Assists: 162 #7 Career Batting Avg: .397 Most Home Runs in a Season: 13(2019) 2020 Stats(Season Cancelled-Covid) 18-5 Team Record, 11 game winning streak .462 Batting Average, 30 hits, 26 RBI, .514 OB%, .800 SLG Copyright 2020 KBTX. All rights reserved. ...

11/18/2020

Bryan High School News

Copperas Cove has forfeited Friday’s District 12-6A football game to Bryan because of COVID-19 issues. Bryan (5-2, 4-2), which clinched a playoff spot with the 2-0 victory, will end the regular season at Killeen Ellison (1-6, 0-4) on Nov. 27. It’s the third straight game Copperas Cove (1-7, 0-5) has forfeited. The Bulldawgs forfeited to Killeen and Killeen Ellison and are scheduled to end the season Nov. 26 at Harker Heights. Friday’s game will be the third Bryan has lost to COVID-19 this season. After beating Waller in the season opener, Bryan had to cancel nondistrict games against College Park and Montgomery Lake Creek....

11/18/2020

Bryan High School News

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - The Bryan boys basketball team beat College Station 56-49 Tuesday night in a non-district game at Viking Gym. Bryan is 1-0 on the season. College Station is 1-2. Rodney Johnson scored 24 points for Bryan. Dylan Glover finished with 21 points for the Vikings. Owen North scored 23 points for College Station....

11/18/2020

Bryan High School News

The SFA Bronco Football teams play for a District Championship this week. 7th grade played Monday, November 16th in Huntsville. 8th grade plays Tuesday, November 17th in Navasota. Good Luck Broncos!...

11/17/2020

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