Basketball: Carver boys win Hahnville Invitational

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Carver boys basketball team

Area Prep Basketball Report for Thursday, Nov. 24

Defending Class 4A state champion Carver won the Hahnville Invitational, holding off Landry 59-54 in the championship game Wednesday.

The Buccaneers jumped out to a 13-5 lead after one quarter before the Rams rallied to tie it 25-25 at halftime.

Jaylon Hicks led the way for the Rams with 15 points, eight rebounds, four assists and two steals, Laurence Nathan had 13 points, four assists and two steals, Ken’Wyion White scored 11 points and had seven rebounds and Daijon Leatherman dominated inside with 17 rebounds and five blocked shots to go with 10 points.

Anthony Johnson topped the Buccaneers with 19 points while Vo Nicholas added 12 points for Landry.

Carver (5-1) will travel to Zachary on December 1.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Wednesday, Nov. 23
Boys
Bonnabel 61, Ben Franklin 44
Broadmoor 58, Hammond 52
Brother Martin 59, Hancock (MS) 48
Carver 59, Landry 54
Chalmette 47, Covington 38
Country Day 72, New Orleans Science & Math 28
Denham Springs 41, Livingston Collegiate 36
Donaldsonville 50, Tara 38
Holy Cross 57, East Jefferson 48
John Ehret 67, Crescent City Christian 59
Lakeshore 50, Mandeville 27
Pope John Paul II 48, Kenner Discovery 9
Sophie B. Wright 49, Sarah T. Reed 33
St. Martin’s Episcopal 69, Thomas Jefferson 45
Ville Platte 57, French Settlement 55
West Jefferson 69, International 52

Girls
Albany 50, Ponchatoula 39
French Settlement 56, Sacred Heart 35
Mount Carmel Academy 49, East St. John 38
St. Scholastica 58, Pope John Paul II 32
Warren Easton 70, Amite 63
West Jefferson 58, Carver 42

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