Posted On: 11/25/18 7:30 PM

Frisco Lonestar vs. Little Elm


The Lonestar Thanksgiving Classic had some talented teams and big time matchups going on on Day 1 and Day 2. Out of all the games that I witnessed there wasn’t any game as exciting as Frisco Lonestar versus the Little Elm Lobos. This game featured some of the top players in the state from the 2019, 2020 and 2022 class. Both teams were geeked to play one another and you could tell that they both had something to prove. Little Elm took the 1st half lead over the Lonestar Rangers 36-30, who were notably without top 50 player in the state of Texas for the class of 2020 Julian Larry. Isaiah Lewis and Rj Hampton went at each other in the first half and scored on each other on multiple possessions. They eventually had to guard other players because both players got into foul trouble trying to guard one another. Little Elm’s freshman Phenom Tre White scored very efficiently in a plethora of ways and combined with Rj to score 49 of their teams 73 points. The Lobos of Little Elm defeated the Rangers 73-54.


Players of the Game


Zahyre Brock / 6’5″ / PF / Frisco Lonestar / 2020

Brock played well down low for the Lonestar Rangers versus Little Elm. He grabbed multiple rebounds and used his athleticism combined with his physicality to help his team as much as he could.


Isaiah Lewis / 6’6″ / SF / Frisco Lonestar / 2019

Isaiah Lewis was Mr. do it all on the offensive end for Lonestar, he displayed the ability to get buckets off the bounce against whoever was guarding him. He is a versatile player that has good size for position and will be a good player for Northern Arizona for four years if he keeps improving the way he is.


Little Elm’s Dynamic DUO⭐️⭐️


Tre White / 6’5″ / SF / Little Elm / 2022


Rj Hampton / 6’4 / Pg / Little Elm / 2020

5 star Guard Rj Hampton and top 5 prospect in the state Tre White put on a show in front of Lonestar’s hostile fans. The two were scoring well in one on one isolations off the bounce against the Ranger defenders and finishing above the rim in transition.