Basketball: Carver, Hammond boys among tournament winners Monday

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Tuesday, Nov. 23

With Thanksgiving here, it is Tournament Time around the area.

At the Hahnville Tournament, Carver remained unbeaten, holding off Archbishop Shaw 99-52, Newman downed Landry 63-55 and host Hahnville downed Warren Easton 52-38.

For the Rams (3-0), Texas A&M senior signee Solomon Washington led the way with 21 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks while seniors Willie Anderson and Dorian Finister, along with sophomore Laurence Nathan each scored nine points.

At the Holy Cross Tournament, Archbishop Hannan scored an impressive 67-50 win over Bonnabel and East Jefferson downed Livingston Collegiate 60-41, Douglass beat Ben Franklin 58-51 and host Holy Cross defeated St. Thomas Aquinas 62-39.

At the Lakeshore Tournament, Franklinton walloped Bogalusa 81-39 and Pope John Paul II defeated Jewel Sumner 60-49

At the Gene Bennett Classic at St. Paul’s, host St. Paul’s fought off Liberty 59-51.

At the Varnado Tournament, Hammond downed South Terrebonne 58-45 while Phoenix drilled Varnado 68-43.

Hammond led the Gators 15-10 after one quarter and 30-18 by halftime. It was 44-29 going to the final quarter.

Junior Jahiem Johnson led the Tornadoes (2-1) with 24 points, senior Devin Daniels scored 15 points and junior Demarion Milton added 11 for Hammond.

At the Brother Martin Invitational, Episcopal blitzed Episcopal 93-17.

Today in that tournament, at 3:30 p.m., Chalmette meets Parkview Baptist, followed by Abramson Sci Academy vs. Vandebilt Catholic. At 6:10 p.m., De La Salle squares off with Episcopal and at 7:30, Brother Martin takes on Sarah Reed.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Monday, Nov. 22

Boys

Archbishop Hannan 67, Bonnabel 50

Booker T. Washington 61, Helen Cox 47

Carver 59, Archbishop Shaw 52

Donaldsonville 55, Dutchtown 45

Douglass 58, Ben Franklin 51

East Jefferson 60, Livingston Collegiate 41

East St. John 76, McKinley 55

Episcopal 93, Abramson Sci Academy 17

Fontainebleau 81, Bogalusa 39

French Settlement 75, Cecilia 52

Hahnville 52, Warren Easton 38

Hammond 58, South Terrebonne 45

Holy Cross 62, St. Thomas Aquinas 39

John Ehret 60, Riverdale 54

Live Oak 72, Springfield 46

Livonia 48, Morris Jeff Community 28

Newman 63, Landry 55

North Pike 42, Doyle 40

Phoenix 68, Varnado 43

Pope John Paul II 60, Jewel Sumner 49

Sophie B. Wright 109, Jefferson Rise 30

St. Amant 75, Doyle 50

St. Paul’s 59, Liberty 51

Girls

Amite 84, Wossman 61

Dominican 59, Northshore 50

Hahnville 66, Bonnabel 7

Houma Christian 66, West St. John 5

John F. Kennedy 33, McDonogh 35 27

Kenner Discovery 49, Covington 28

Lafayette Christian 74, Albany 27

Mandeville 51, Ben Franklin 48

McMain 32, Booker T. Washington (NO) 14

Mount Carmel Academy 33, Sulphur 22

Newman 55, Pearl River 39

Plaquemine 37, St. Helena 24

Slidell 48, Lakeshore 35

St. Joseph’s Academy 66, St. James 26

St. Scholastica 39, St. Charles Catholic 37

St. Scholastica 41, West St. Mary 35

Ursuline Academy 47, East Jefferson 37

West Jefferson 74, Belle Chasse 37

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