Basketball: Bonnabel, Country Day boys, M.L. King Charter girls post victories Tuesday

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Wednesday, Dec. 11

After reaching the state semifinals for the second time in recent years, Bonnabel graduated several key players.

With a lot of new players, Bonnabel is still a solid basketball team.

The Bruins won at Slidell 56-48 Tuesday.

William Allen had 14 points while Theo Johnson finished with 11 points for the Bruins.

Bonnabel (5-2) will next participate in the Chalmette Tournament while the Tigers (3-7) have now lost four straight games.

On the West Bank, Country Day downed Landry-Walker 58-48 behind 16 points by sophomore Connor Trahan. Justin Ibieta added 11 points, Xane Hunter had 10 points and Hartson Moss finished with nine points.

The game was tight throughout the first three quarters with the score tied 38-38. The Cajuns controlled the final period 20-10 to pick up a good road victory. Jamond Vincnet had 15 points for the Chargin’ Bucs.

Country Day (2-2) will host its annual Holiday Classic beginning tomorrow with many outstanding area teams. The Cajuns will open against Booker T. Washington at 5 p.m. Thursday. Landry-Walker (4-6) travels to powerful Scotlandville Friday at 6 p.m.

In girls action, M.L. King Charter edged St. Mary’s Academy 46-45.

Dalyn Belvin had 19 points and four steals while Simmone Pierre had 10 points and six rebounds for the Jaguars.

M.L. King Charter (5-2) will host Country Day today at 5 p.m. while St. Mary’s Academy (3-12) will play at Booker T. Washington Friday at 5 p.m.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Tuesday, Dec. 10


Archbishop Rummel 64, Vandebilt Catholic 46

Bonnabel 56, Slidell 48

Brother Martin 72, McDonogh 35 43

Country Day 58, Landry-Walker 48

Covington 60, Independence 29

East Ascension 79, J.F. Kennedy 17

Hahnville 71, East Jefferson 50

Higgins 75, Helen Cox 71

Holy Cross 81, Riverdale 53

Live Oak 67, French Settlement 47

Mandeville 68, Amite 34

Mount Hermon 81, Pope John Paul II 65

Newman 62, Lusher Charter 29

Northlake Christian 55, Loranger 52

Plaquemine 53, Hammond 49

South Lafourche 51, St. Charles Catholic 36

St. Paul’s 77, St. Michael 56

Varnado 65, Pearl River 54

West Feliciana 48, West St. John 47


Amite 71, Mandeville 45

Belle Chasse 57, East Jefferson 27

Bogalusa 55, Franklinton 48

Dominican 43, Academy of Our Lady 23

East Ascension 54, J.F. Kennedy 18

East St. John 71, Dutchtown 40

John Ehret 45, Phoenix 26

Hahnville 75, Cabrini 39

Independence 53, West Feliciana 42

Karr 59, West Jefferson 20

Kenner Discovery 49, Fisher 16

M.L. King Charter 46, St. Mary’s Academy 45

Lusher Charter 18, Newman 15

Northlake Christian 80, Cohen 14

Pearl River 48, Varnado 29

Salmen 68, Covington 61

Springfield 47, Maruepas 22

St. Scholastica 45, Dunham 28

Jewel Sumner 51, Kentwood 17

Vandebilt Catholic 56, Destrehan 40

Zachary 61, St. Katharine Drexel 15

Area Prep Basketball Schedule for Wednesday, Dec. 11


Doyle vs. Springfield, 4:30 p.m. at Holden Tournament

John Ehret at Belle Chasse, 6 p.m.

Haynes Academy at Ecole Classique, 6 p.m.

Pine at Loranger, 7 p.m.

Pope John Paul II at St. John, 6 p.m.

Patrick Taylor at Fisher, 6:30 p.m.


Albany vs. Walker, 3 p.m. at Holden Tourney

Berwick at Academy of Sacred Heart (NO), 6 p.m.

Cohen at Abramson Sci Academy, 5:30 p.m.

Country Day at M.L. King Charter, 5 p.m.

John Curtis Christian at East Jefferson, 6 p.m.

De La Salle vs. Lakeshore, 6:30 p.m. at Archbishop Chapelle Tourney

Donaldsonville vs. Broadmoor, 4 p.m. at White Castle Tourney

Douglass at New Orleans Science & Math, 5 p.m.

Warren Easton at Ursuline Academy, 6 p.m.

Kenner Discovery at St. Martin’s Episcopal, 5 p.m.

McMain at Lusher Charter, 5:30 p.m.

Phoenix at Fisher, 5 p.m.

Pine at Loranger, 6 p.m.

Ponchatoula at University High, 5 p.m.

Pope John Paul II at St. John, 6 p.m.

Riverside Academy at St. James, 6 p.m.

South Terrebonne at Archbishop Chapelle, 4 p.m.

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