The Trojans trailed by seven, 27-20, at the half but poured in 18 big points in the third period. King managed just five tallies in the period as the Trojans entered the fourth quarter in front by six at 38-32.
The hosts’ offensive show continued into the final quarter. The Beeville boys hit for 21 points over to ice the Mustangs and take the win, 59-43.
The JV scoring was led by Brent Reyna’s 16 points. Clay Blackwell followed with 10 points. Tevin Wilson added four markers while Chris Maldonado contributed two and played great defense in the middle.
Peyton Tabb helped with the comeback win with a big three-pointer in the third period.
“Roger Salazar controlled the game at the point for us,” said JV coach Blake Burruss.
Ten of the 12 JV players scored in the contest, according to Burruss.
“It was a real team effort in getting the win,” Burruss said.
The Beeville freshman squad lost to the young Mustangs, 70-61. No other details were made available.
The Trojans hosted the Aransas Pass Panthers on Friday night. On Tuesday, the Beeville boys will travel to Corpus Christi to play the West Oso Bears.
The freshman game will tip off at 5 p.m. with the JV and varsity match-ups to follow.