Upon further review, Uvalde High School senior Alyssa Rodriguez did top the 1,000-point plateau for points scored during her high school basketball playing career.
At the final game of the 2018-19 season on Feb. 5, it was announced that Rodriguez had finished her UHS basketball playing career with 990 points.
Rodriguez was the individual scoring leader for the Uvalde Lobos with 19 points in a 51-41 loss to the Floresville Jaguars in UHS’s Harvey Kinchlow Gym that night.
Prior to that basketball game, Rodriguez and other UHS seniors Aliyah Carrizales, Jasmine Lewallen, and Adriana Menchaca were honored during a special Seniors’ Night celebration.
After the conclusion of the ball game, it was announced that Rodriguez had finished her high school playing career just shy of the 1,000-point scoring mark, but a couple of basketball games were not included in the original points total.
With the points she scored in those two games added to the 990 total announced Feb. 5, Rodriguez’s career scoring total topped 1,000 points.
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