Trio of local teams competed in tourney at Lakeshore
Published 1:32 pm Friday, December 4, 2020
Bogalusa, Franklinton and Mt. Hermon played in the Lakeshore Titans Thanksgiving Tourney that took place Nov. 23-25.
Teams played one game each day.
Bogalusa, which posted a 1-2 record, were defeated by Lakeshore, 61-33, in their first game of the event.
Chance Turner tallied 11 points to lead Bogalusa.
Bogalusa rebounded from the loss by defeating Franklinton, 80-66.
Quientay Henry led the Lumberjacks with 22 points.
Turner tallied 18.
Karry Conerly posted 15.
Daylon Jackson recorded 11 points.
Bogalusa’s final game was a 64-43 loss to Mandeville.
Henry posted 11 points to lead Bogalusa.
Turner and Jackson had nine each.
Franklinton also posted a 1-2 mark.
The Demons were defeated by Mandeville, 77-31, in the first game.
The next contest was the loss to Bogalusa.
Franklinton’s final contest was a 73-61 victory over Pope John Paul II.
Mt. Hermon School was defeated in its three games.
The first was a 70-63 loss to Pope John Paul II.
Michquel Spears was Mt. Hermon’s leading scorer with 23 points. He made seven 3-pointers.
Tevin Williams posted 11 points.
Dewayne Smith and Rashad Oatis posted nine each. Smith made a 3-pointer.
Jordan Harrison posted seven points that included a 3-pointer.
Travell Brumfield and Jonatan McMahan recorded two each.
The next contest was a 68-36 setback to Mandeville.
Williams topped Mt. Hermon with 11 points.
Kamron Brumfield and Oatis recorded seven each. Brumfield made a 3-pointer.
Travell Brumfield posted six points.
Spears had three with a 3-pointer.
Jordan Harrison had two points.
Mt. Hermon’s final game of the tournament was a 79-67 loss to Lakeshore.
Travell Brumfield missed a triple-double by just one assist. He recorded 18 points and 10 rebounds and nine assists along with three steals and he blocked a shot. Brumfield made two 3-pointers.
Smith recorded 16 points, six rebounds and a steal. He made three 3-pointers.
Spears tallied 15 points, six rebounds and three steals. Spears made five 3-pointers.
Williams was just a rebound from a double-double, going for 13 points and nine boards along with an assist and a steal.
Kamron Brumfield had three points, two rebounds and three steals. He made a 3-pointer.
Harrison put up two points, two boards and three assists.