The Wildcats hit for 30 first half points while holding the Trojans to 11 markers. The Beeville boys trailed by seven, 14-7, at the end of one period, but a four-point second quarter put the hometown boys in a 30-11 hole entering the third quarter.
The Trojans played better over the second half and outscored the visitors 14-13 in the third period. The Calallen squad was still ahead comfortably, 43-25.
The visitors hit for 14 fourth quarter points and the Trojans recorded 10 tallies.
“It was much the same for us. We obviously have not learned to take care of the ball and all the things you need to do to give yourself a chance to win,” said head coach Mike Luce.
“We did not show any patience against their zone. We did manage to get to ball inside more often, but we were not able to take advantage of it.”
The Trojans were led by Tyler Stewart with 16 points from his post position. Tommy Dominguez followed with six points and Dylan Castillo recorded five. Cody Vasquez and Adolfo Garcia each contributed four.
The Trojans were in Corpus Christi on Tuesday night to play the Tuloso-Midway Warriors. On Friday night, the Trojans will visit Gregory-Portland to battle another team of Wildcats.