McGlothern experiencing success on and off the field at Klein Oak

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HOUSTON - A recruiter walks into Klein Oak High School to meet with Dwight McGlothern.

The senior is a highly-touted, four-star recruit. McGlothern has already cut his school list down to his Top 5 - Arkansas, LSU, Oregon, Texas and Georgia - and has already announced he will commit on January 4. So, when a recruiter comes in to talk to McGlothern these days, the senior goes and grabs teammates.

Teammates that the recruiter needs to meet and talk to, guys that McGlothern believes people should be looking at.

"It says a lot about who he is as a person," Klein Oak coach Jason Glenn said. "Nobody knows that. The stigma about what Dwight is, what everybody tries to project him out to be is totally wrong ... He's an amazing young man and what that says is that he cares about others more than himself."

McGlothern added: "I believe they are as good as me. I feel like we are on the same page. We work hard together, grind together and work with the same person ... I kind of have [my recruitment] settled, so if they can get that I think they can help out that team."

The 2019 season is the first for McGlothern at Klein Oak.

After spending his first two years at New Caney, McGlothern left to join TC-Cedar Hill in the Dallas Fort Worth area for his junior season. This past summer, McGlothern returned to Houston and joined the Panthers.

When he arrived he had to buy into FAMILY - Forget About Me I Love You.


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It was a busy weekend in West, Texas as TAPPS put a bow on their 2019-2020 boys and girls basketball seasons.

We will start with the girls and with that The Village School.

This team started as VYPE's preseason No. 1 team and for good reason. They were loaded. The Vikings didn't disappoint this year finishing 37-3 and winning the TAPPS 6A State Championship over Prestonwood Christian.

The Vikings raced out to a 22-12 lead before extending it to 39-20 at the half. The Village School outscored them in every quarter the rest of the way to win big, claiming the 75-48 victory and the title.

Check out highlights from the game here!

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