Andrew Harrison scored 16 points and, along with twin brother Aaron, guided Fort Bend Travis to a 46-38 win over South Grand Prairie for the class 5A title Saturday night in Austin.The Harrisons, two of the highest-rated recruits in the country, have signed to play with Kentucky. Travis (33-5) is the first 5A team to win the title the season after losing in the championship game.Andrew Harrison made 9 of 14 free throws and grabbed nine rebounds. Aaron Harrison, who turned his ankle in the opening seconds of the game but kept playing, scored eight points on 3-of-16 shooting.Ben Emelogu scored 13 points for South Grand Prairie (37-3).Class 4A finals • Rosenberg Terry 55, Dallas Kimball 47: Derrick Griffin had a dominating performance with 26 points and 14 rebounds, leading Rosenberg Terry over two-time defending champion Dallas Kimball.Terry (31-9) trailed 23-7 in the first quarter, then roared back behind Griffin, who out-dueled Kimball’s Keith Frazier, who scored 24 points.Kimball (23-10) took just four free throws the entire game and didn’t score over the final 3:45. Frazier didn’t score in the final six minutesClass 3A finals• Dallas Madison 85, Houston Yates 72: Derrick Smith’s 27 points and 14 rebounds led Dallas Madison to a wild win over Houston Yates.Madison led by just 68-63 with 3:33 left when the Trojans ripped off a 10-0 run. A 3-pointer and two free throws by Admon Gilder and Smith’s layup and free throw keyed the rampage to put the game away.Gilder had 19 points and Devonte Robinson added 15 for Madison (32-4), most on powerful dunks. Madison racked up 21 fast-break points and forced 24 turnovers.Sadiq Inuwa’s 22 points led Houston Yates (32-5), which played for the state championship last season in Class 4A after garnering 4A titles in 2009-10.Class A Division I finals • Dallas Triple A Academy 80, Mumford 54: Jeremiah Jefferson scored 29 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Triple A Academy (28-5) is the first charter-school state champion in UIL. It was the first loss for Mumford following 39 victories. The Mustangs lost in the finals for the second consecutive yearClass A Division II finals • Roxton 60, Douglass 54: Qunton Walker scored 20 points and his steal and layup with 32 seconds left put the game out of reach for Roxton (30-4).