The starting lineup and bench were missing a few of the senior class players who decided to quit the team.
The remaining Trojans played with intensity and moved the ball well at times but were no match for the outside shooting of the Pirates, who also earned points on the inside against the young Trojans.
It was a slow-paced, 8-6 Rockport lead after one quarter that stretched to a five-point margin, 20-15, at the halftime break.
The Pirates took no prisoners in the third period. At the end of the third, the visitors were in front comfortably, 44-24.
The Trojans never quit and put up 16 fourth quarter points, but the final was still an easy Pirate win.
“I liked our team unity out there tonight. The effort was there and the guys never quit. We moved the ball pretty well at times,” said Trojan head coach Abel Barrera.
Chet Sparks led the Beeville scoring with 16 points. Jeffery Stafford and Conner Shears followed with seven apiece. Nick Waters and John Camacho each sank three. Edwin Rhodes and Kevin Dang both produced two points.
The Trojans were in Corpus Christi on Tuesday night to meet the Moody boys and will travel back to Corpus Christi on Friday night to challenge the Ray Texans.