BASTROP — Regan Edwards tossed in 19 points as eighth-ranked Glenbrook prevailed over Prairie View 47-37 Tuesday night in the MAIS District 3-2A opener for both schools.
Tyler Netherland's turnaround from the lane gave Prairie View its only lead, 2-0.
Glenbrook (14-4) responded with a 16-2 spree and the Spartans were never never closer than five. Edwards started and finished the run with 3-pointers as the visiting Apaches opened up a 16-4 lead.
Down 29-17, PVA made the back side of a shooting foul to trigger a 6-0 run. Hunter Carpenter drained a 3-pointer and Wilmore connected from the perimeter, closing the deficit to 29-23.
Edwards then made one-of-two from the line, before Wilmore's driving scoop shot shaved the margin to 30-25 with 2:28 to play in the third quarter.
Following a timeout, Edwards' transition basket, Jones' acrobatic shot from the paint with his back to the bucket and Connor Chase's deuce from down low extended the margin to 37-25.
Carroll's layup at the buzzer off of a Jacobs assist wrapped up the third quarter scoring with Glenbrook leading 37-27.
Prairie View crept within seven twice in the fourth quarter, before losing, 47-37.
Edwards led the team with 17 points and Cade Contrez added nine. Arthur Jones scored eight.
The Lady Apaches dropped their first district game 50-32 to the Lady Spartans.
Jessica Mangrum and Carsin Spurlock both scored nine points to lead the Lady Apaches. Shelby Nicholas had 8
"The girls played a good game," coach Rendi Dillard said. "We are having trouble getting shots to fall. We are playing great defense we just can't make it count on the offensive end.