Thursday’s prep capsules

Clovis Christian’s Jennifer Schaap, right, pulls down a rebound over Shelby McElroy during Thursday’s District 4-1A girls matchup at the CCS gym. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle)

CNJ staff

Clovis Christian overcame a shaky start, eventually putting all 12 players on the roster into the scoring column Thursday night in a 74-61 District 4-1A win over House at the CCS gym.

The Cowboys led 11-10 at the quarter, but CCS (12-7, 3-1 district) went on a 29-8 run in the second quarter to take complete control. The Eagles had a 27-point lead through three stanzas.

“We played real well,” CCS coach Randy McBroom said. “We executed our stuff real well.”

Sophomore Ross Miller scored 14 points and sophomore Kyle Boatman added 10 for the Eagles. Ronnie Eldridge took game honors with 23 points for House, while Herson Corcio added 18.

Despite spending extensive time on the bench in foul trouble, sophomore Jennifer Schaap scored 13 points to help Clovis Christian get past House 48-44 in a District 4-1A match up.

The Lady Eagles led the entire way but struggled to put the game away late, going 1-of-11 from the foul ine in the final period.

Senior Sara Lee scored 34 points for the Cowgirls, including three 3-pointers, before fouling out late in the game.

Freshman Jocelyn Swann contributed 10 points for the Lady Eagles.