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Thursday’s schedule: Justin Northwest vs. Richardson Berkner, 10 a.m.; South Grand Prairie vs. Lakeview Centennial, 11:30 a.m.; North Crowley vs. Plano East, 1 p.m.; Denton Guyer vs. DeSoto, 2:30 p.m.; Arlington Martin vs. Atascocita, 4 p.m.; Jonesboro, Ark., vs. Fort Worth Trimble Tech, 5:30 p.m.; Richland vs. Plano West, 7 p.m.; Louisville Ballard vs. Euless Trinity, 8:30 p.m.
DeSoto: Texas’ top-ranked Class 5A team.
Louisville (Ky.) Ballard: The top-ranked team in Kentucky.
Jonesboro (Ark.): A top-five team in Arkansas.
Plano West: Plenty of talent, led by Avery Johnson Jr. (yes, that Avery Johnson) at the point.
South Grand Prairie: Stocked with Division I talent.
Players to watch
Quentin Snider, Louisville Ballard: True point guard who can also score, is staying home in Louisville for college.
Kelan Martin, Louisville Ballard: Physical power forward considered Texas Tech before deciding to sign with Butler.
Joe Burton, Atascocita: This 6-6 small forward from the Houston area has signed with Oklahoma State.
Myles Turner, Euless Trinity: The unsigned center is the most sought-after recruit in the nation.
Kahron Ross, Jonesboro, Ark.: Lehigh is the destination for the 5-10 point guard.
Rick Curry, South Grand Prairie: No fewer than seven Division I programs on his heels.
Elbert Robinson, Garland Lakeview Centennial: 7-foot lefty heading to Louisiana State and the SEC.
D.J. Hogg and Mickey Mitchell, Plano West: Both juniors, Hogg can virtually go wherever he wants, 6-8 Mitchell has committed to Ohio State.
Nick Babb, Arlington Martin: Warriors’ 6-4 shooting guard is nifty slasher who knows how to get to the basket. He’s going to Arkansas. — John Henry
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