ALEDO -- Tanner Leissner had 21 points and nine rebounds, leading Converse Judson to an 82-56 victory over Aledo and the championship of the Moritz Dealerships Holiday Classic on Saturday.
Leissner, a forward, also earned tournament MVP honors.
The San Antonio area school, which upped its record to 17-5, jumped out to a 10-2 lead.
Aledo (12-9) battled back behind the play of forward Kyle Gromann and guard Taylor Johnson to cut the deficit to 20-15 at the end of the first quarter.
But Judson pulled away in the second half.
Jareon Williams' fastbreak layup with a little more than two minutes remaining in the first half gave the Rockets their first double-digit lead, 34-23. Williams finished with 14 points.
Judson took a 39-27 lead into halftime.
Johnson led Aledo with 18 points, and Gromann added 14.
Mansfield Legacy 39, Mansfield 37: The Broncos claimed third place with their victory. Legacy (13-8) held Mansfield to just 13 first-half points.
Legacy's Brett Potter hit a 3-pointer that put the Broncos up 11-2, but Mansfield (10-9) battled back. The Tigers took a brief third-quarter lead, going up 22-21.
Potter and guard Marchie Murdock led Legacy with seven points apiece. Zach Miller and Micah Littlejohn scored 11 apiece for Mansfield.
Arlington 64, Everman 62: The Colts stunned the Bulldogs in the consolation finals when Brondrick Bell made a putback at the buzzer.
Bell led Arlington (6-15) with 13 points. Wynston Canterbury added 12.
Everman's Reggie Kincade led the Bulldogs (12-8) with 23 points, and Derrion Alexander added 18.
Haltom 50, White Settlement Brewer 43: The Buffalos (7-13) came away with a fifth-place finish after downing the Bears (10-11).
Haltom guards Jacob Cordona and Darius Madkin had the hot hand, combining to hit seven 3-pointers.
Cordona led all scorers with 18 points, and Madkin chipped in 15. Yanni Noulas and Cameron Brown each had 11 points for Brewer.
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