Basketball: Hahnville opens district play with win over Destrehan

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Wednesday, Jan. 5

In the biggest rivalry in the River Parishes, Hahnville took care of business Tuesday night, defeating Destrehan 69-56 in the District 7-5A opener for both teams.

The victory for the Tigers snapped a three-game losing streak before a standing room-only crowd in Boutte.

Destrehan started well, taking a 15-14 lead after one quarter but Hahnville started to take control in the second quarter, outscoring the Wildcats 19-12 to take a 33-27 lead. Hahnville extended the lead to 49-37 going to the final quarter.

Cameron Lumar led the Tigers with 23 points while DaQuan price had 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Hahnville (10-8) returns to district play Friday night at East St. John while the Wildcats (14-3) lost their second straight game and will host H.L. Bourgeois in district play Friday night.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Tuesday, Jan. 4

Boys
Archbishop Shaw 57, Archbishop Rummel 28
Ascension Catholic 77, Albany 51
Ben Franklin 50, Northlake Christian 43
Chalmette 64, Abramson Sci Academy 62
Ecole Classique 43, Maurepas 39
Donaldsonville 67, Baker 43
Douglass 73, Crescent City Christian 35
East St. John 66, Thibodaux 64 (OT)
French Settlement 75, Franklinton 43
Hahnville 69, Destrehan 56
Jesuit 56, Brother Martin 55
John Curtis Christian 56, St. Augustine 49
Mandeville 62, Northshore 61 (OT)
M.L. King Charter 73, Helen Cox 56
Ponchatoula 76, Covington 56
Pope John Paul II 53, Jewel Sumner 48
Salmen 68, Warren Easton 60
Sarah Reed 69, St. Martin’s Episcopal 59
South Lafourche 84, New Orleans Military & Maritime 29
St. Amant 55, Lutcher 36
St. Paul’s 67, Slidell 55
St. Thomas Aquinas 50, St. Charles Catholic 46

Girls
Albany 49, Denham Springs 37
Ben Franklin 44, Booker T. Washington (NO) 9
Bogalusa 53, Abramson Sci Academy 12
East St. John 71, Thibodaux 37
Fontainebleau 66, Hammond 48
Hahnville 64, Destrehan 39
Jewel Sumner 43, Pope John Paul II 24
Newman 47, St. Scholastica 45
Northshore 47, Mandeville 37
Ponchatoula 83, Covington 17
Salmen 42, West Jefferson 31
St. Charles Catholic 62, Ascension Catholic 40

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