Basketball: Bonnabel, East Jefferson, St. Thomas More among notable winners Saturday
Area Prep Basketball Report for Sunday, Jan. 10
A good opponent was no problem for Bonnabel.
The Bruins downed a talented Southern Lab squad 60-37 in a very impressive victory Saturday in Baton Rouge.
Senior guard Theo Johnson led the way with 15 points and seven assists, Louisiana Tech signee Will Allen had 14 points and five blocks and senior Nomar Dijol had 14 points, six rebounds and three steals.
The Bruins (13-4) return to action Tuesday night at home against rival East Jefferson at 7 p.m. in a game that you can watch live on CrescentCitySports.com.
The Warriors whipped John Curtis Christian 67-45 at home Saturday.
East Jefferson (10-6) was led by Chris Flippin with 22 points and 15 rebounds while Jeffrey Laundry had 18 points and 10 rebounds to pace the Warriors.
St. Thomas More captured the Riverside Invitational, defeating host Riverside 74-65 in the title game.
Riverside started well, taking a 21-19 lead after one quarter before St. Thomas More got hot in the second quarter, outscoring the Rebels 18-8 to take a 37-29 lead at the half. The Cougars led 55-46 after three quarters.
Carter Domingue led the Cougars (14-4) with 26 points and was named the tournament Most Valuable Player. Gage Larvadain topped the Rebels (8-3) with 26 points while Semajia McClendon scored 24 points.
St. Thomas More has now won eight straight games.
Area Prep Basketball Results from Saturday, Jan. 9
Bonnabel 60, Southern Lab 37
Country Day 35, Karr 34
De La Salle 66, Hahnville 63
East Jefferson 67, John Curtis 45
Helen Cox 76, Istrouma 47
Liberty Magnet 46, Newman 43
Lusher Charter 76, Patrick Taylor 53
Morris Jeff Community 71, East Iberville 36
Northshore 47, Chalmette 45
Ponchatoula 53, Dunham 33
Scotlandville 65, Crescent City Christian 48
St. Thomas More 74, Riverside Academy 65
West Jefferson 84, Lake Charles College Prep 70
Doyle 61, Haughton 47
Lafayette Christian 41, Warren Easton 37
Mount Carmel Academy 51, Liberty Magnet 48
Ponchatoula 52, Lafayette 41
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