Published 11:43 am Monday, January 23, 2017
Ben’s Ford Christian School defeats Bowling Green School
Ben’s Ford Christian School’s Cameron Byrd scored 20 points and C.J. McClelland had a solid double-double, helping the Eagles to a 55-44 victory over Bowling Green School in a District 5AAA game held at Bowling Green.
Byrd also had three rebounds, three dimes and three steals.
McClelland scored 16 points and pulled down 10 boards while dishing out two assists, making two steals and blocking a shot.
Kameron Underwoood scored nine points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out two assists made three steals and blocked a shot.
Jeremiah Slocum tallied eight points to go with an assist, a steal and a blocked shot.
Kevin Simmons had two points, two boards, two assists and three steals.
Seth Schilling pulled down three rebounds, dished out an assist and had a steal while Gage Tervelon grabbed a rebound.
Bowling Green’s Kenny Robertson scored a game-high 25 points, which included a 3-pointer.
Lync Sharp posted six points while Jonathan Smith had five, Connor Comeaux and Austin Reedy recorded three each and Tez Smith added two. Comeaux and Reedy each hit a 3-pointer.
Varnado victorious over Ecole Classique
Varnado’s Errol Varnado scored 22 points, as the Wildcats defeated Ecole Classique, 63-43, in a District 8-1A game Tuesday on the road.
Varnado hit two 3-pointers.
Three total players hit double figures and 10 tallied points for the Wildcats.
James Williams posted 12 and Armontee Kemp tallied 10.
Ja’Corrius Bickham scored five points, which included a 3-pointer, while Ardarryl McGowan had four and Damon Kirsh, Xavier Moses, Jadarrius Magee, JaKyle Newkirk and JoNathan Green all added two.
Varnado is 7-12 overall this season and is 2-2 in district play going into next Tuesday’s home game against Houma Christian. The
Mt. Hermon falls to Doyle
Mt. Hermon’s Yellow Jackets suffered a 46-39 loss to Doyle in Tuesday’s game on the road.
Gerald Bunch was Mt. Hermon’s leading scorer with 17 points that included a pair of 3-pointers.
Device Taylor tallied nine points while Ike Tate posted six, Jordan Smith had four and George Smith added three. Taylor knocked down two 3-pointers and George Smith hit one shot from beyond the arc.
Pine beats Mt. Hermon
Pine’s Lady Raiders won their game Friday, Jan. 13 with a 55-33 victory over Mt. Hermon’s Lady Jackets on the road.
Breyanna Brown and Savannah Kennedy topped Pine with 17 points each. Brown knocked down a 3-pointer.
Bethany McGinnis tallied nine points on three 3-pointers while Hannah Ard posted five, Kaylyn Ginn had four and Trayanna Williams added three in the win for the Lady Raiders.
Toni McDonald and Sikoya Jackson scored eight points each to lead Mt. Hermon. McDonald hit a 3-pointer.
Kaley Hughes had seven points while Patera Williams recorded five and Macy Applegate added four.
Bowling Green defeats Central Private
Eleven Bowling Green players were in the scoring column, as the Lady Buccaneers defeated Central Private School, 62-15, in a home game that took place last Friday night in District 5AAA play.
McKinley Seal and Hollie Waskom tied for the team lead in scoring with 15 points each. Seal hit six of her 11 shot attempts and a 3-pointer. She was 2-for-3 from the free-throw line. Seal finished with four rebounds, eight assists and four steals. Waskom was 7-of-10 from the floor and she hit a 3-pointer. Waskom also pulled down three boards and made a pair of steals.
Sydney Watson posted eight points, which included a 3-pointer. Watson, who was 3-for-4 from the free-throw line, pulled down four boards, dished out an assist, blocked a shot and made a steal.
Hallie Robertson, Allie McCain and Cailee Fruge all had four points. Robertson grabbed three boards and had three steals. McCain converted both of her free throws and Fruge grabbed three rebounds.
Shelby McDonald and Callie Seal tallied three points each. McDonald hit a 3-pointer and added two assists. Seal had a steal.
Anna Beninato, Kylie Seals and Peyton Stogner all put up two points. Beninato had a rebound. Seals recorded two boards, an assist and two steals while Stogner grabbed a board.
Bowling Green led 15-8 after one quarter, and 43-12 at halftime.
The Lady Bucs hit 48.1 percent of their field-goal attempts (25-for-52) and had 13 steals.
Bogalusa defeated by Independence
Bogalusa’s Lady Jacks suffered a 51-34 loss to Independence in a District 7-3A contest held at home last Friday.
Diamond Martin scored 16 points to lead the Lady Jacks. She was successful on four 3-pointers.
Lulu Ball tallied six points while Quantasia Lewis and Asia Nelson posted four points each and Dinasia Harris and Bianca Pittman added two apiece.