Autrail Manning scores 51 for John Curtis; Country Day, Willow School win at JC Tourney

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Wednesday, Nov. 23

Autrail ManningThere were a pair of impressive performances Tuesday in the John Curtis Christian Tournament.

Host John Curtis Christian was impressive in a 97-56 victory over International High.

Freshman Autrail Manning sole the show with a simply amazing performance, scoring 51 points, including 12 made three-pointers as the Patriots improved to 2-0.

Mark Johnson added 16 points, Devin Ingles scored nine points and Midnite Martin had eight points and 11 assists for the Patriots.

Country Day whipped West Jefferson 65-51.

The first half saw the Buccaneers play well and actually take a slight lead. It was 15-14 West Jefferson after one quarter and the Buccaneers led 29-28 at halftime.

Then came the second half.

Country Day (2-0) exploded in the third quarter, outscoring West Jeff 17-6 to take a 45-35 lead and pulled away in the fourth quarter.

Jordan Trahan led the way with 23 points, Brennan Wilson had 14 points while Andrew Nelson scored 12 points for the Cajuns.

In the first day tournament game, The Willow School defeated New Orleans Science & Math 61-46.

The schedule for Wednesday has International High playing West Jefferson at 11 a.m., New Orleans Science & Math facing Country Day at 12:30 p.m. and John Curtis taking on The Willow School at 2 p.m.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Tuesday, Nov. 22

Boys
Archbishop Hannan 69, Denham Springs 56
Archbishop Shaw 54, Saraland (AL) 44
Capitol 58, Helen Cox 46
Carver 50, John Ehret 42
Country Day 65, West Jefferson 41
De La Salle 52, Brother Martin 51
East Jefferson 65, Ben Franklin 39
Episcopal 69, Belle Chasse 58
French Settlement 66, Mamou 54
Hahnville 66, John F. Kennedy 50
Hammond 64, Central 61
Holden 50, Northlake Christian 46
Holy Cross 42, Douglass 37
John Curtis 97, International High 56
Mandeville 52, Franklinton 41
M.L. King Charter 58, Cohen 30
New Iberia 56, Archbishop Rummel 45
Pearl River 87, Jewel Sumner 61
Plaquemine 63, Donaldsonville 44
Ponchatoula 75, Catholic (BR) 64
Salmen 64, Hancock (MS) 51
Sarah T. Reed 61, Covington 60 (OT)
Slidell 72, East Iberville 44
Sophie B. Wright 55, Chalmette 54 (OT)
Springfield 45, Glen Oaks 34
St. Amant 74, Doyle 55
St. Charles Catholic 37, Maurepas 29
St. Paul’s 53, Family Christian 49
University Lab 63, Belle Chasse 43
Willow School 61, New Orleans Science & Math 46

Girls
Amite 58, East St. John 37
Archbishop Chapelle 47, East Iberville 38
Albany 75, Highland Baptist 61
Ben Franklin 49, De La Salle 30
Bonnabel 47, Higgins 28
Dominican 59, Northshore 44
Dunham 44, Lutcher 30
Fontainebleau 54, De La Salle 48
Fontainebleau 56, Loranger 39
Hammond 48, Ursuline Academy 33
J.S. Clark Leadership Academy 44, French Settlement 36
Kenner Discovery 60, Cabrini 27
Lafayette Christian 59, Ponchatoula 38
McMain 40, South Plaquemines 36
Newman 64, West St. Mary 63
Salmen 56, Mandeville 51
Slidell 44, Lakeshore 30
Slidell 50, Loranger 37
South Lafourche 45, Carver 40
Springfield 51, Byrd 45
St. Amant 57, Doyle 38
St. Charles Catholic 37, Maurepas 24
St. Helena 41, Plaquemine 34
St. Joseph’s Academy 53, Newman 46
St. Michael 56, Lutcher 26
St. Thomas Aquinas 38, Northshore 33
Warren Easton 49, Mount Carmel Academy 24

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