Basketball: Brother Martin and Carver win tourneys, Ehret defeats M.L. King Charter

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Thursday, Nov. 25

A pair of unbeaten teams kept their records spotless, winning a pair of tournaments Wednesday.

Brother Martin won its own tournament, defeating Episcopal 55-43.

The Crusaders forced 22 turnovers in a solid defensive effort.

Offensively, Corey Skillman, named the tournament Most Valuable Player, led Brother Martin with 24 points. Eli Pichon scored nine points, Marvin Jones had eight points and Jace Patin finished with seven points.

Brother Martin (7-0) is back in action Monday at home against South Plaquemines at 7 p.m.

Carver won the Hahnville Invitational, cruising past the host school, 56-36.

Texas A&M signee Solomon Washington led the way with 20 points, six rebounds and two steals. Willie Anderson added nine points and 11 rebounds and Dorian Finisher finished with eight points, three rebounds and three steals. Raymond Evans chipped in with seven points.

Carver moved to 5-0 on the season with the win.

John Ehret bounced back from a tough loss to Riverside Academy with a 64-60 win over M.L. King Charter.

Freshman Eddie McIntyre led the way for the Patriots with 20 points, junior Montel Robinson scored 16 points, going a perfect 7-of-7 from the field and added 13 rebounds, and junior Kenyon Cherlow scored 11 points.

Ehret (3-1) returns to action next Wednesday at International High.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Wednesday, Nov. 24

Albany 60, Franklinton 34
Archbishop Hannan 74, East Jefferson 41
Archbishop Rummel 46, Central Lafourche 35
Archbishop Shaw 74, Helen Cox 25
Ben Franklin 62, Holy Cross 54
Bonnabel 45, Douglass 23
Brother Martin 55, Episcopal 43
Carver 56, Hahnville 36
Chalmette 57, Abramson Sci Academy 38
Country Day 73, Kenner Discovery 36
Donaldsonville 53, White Castle 44
John Ehret 64, M.L. King Charter 60
French Settlement 62, Crowley 37
Lakeshore 67, Pope John Paul II 40
Mandeville 81, Jewel Sumner 29
New Iberia 46, Jesuit 34
Newman 41, B.T. Washington (NO) 31
Salmen 84, Fontainebleau 79
Slidell 62, Sophie B. Wright 58
St. Thomas Aquinas 65, Livingston Collegiate 42

East St. John 42, Belle Chasse 29
John F. Kennedy 30, B.T. Washington (NO) 10
McMain 36, McDonogh 35 25
Newton 50, Donaldsonville 43
Springfield 57, Kenner Discovery 45
Warren Easton 41, West Jefferson 34

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