Basketball: Hannan squads, Jesuit boys, Newman girls win Tuesday

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Wednesday, Jan. 17

It was a matchup of two top level teams in their respective classifications.

Last season, Archbishop Hannan won the Division II state championship while Northshore reached the Class 5A final.

The two boys programs hooked up in Slidell Tuesday night and the visiting Hawks prevailed, 64-57.

Ryan McDougal led a balanced Hawks attack with 21 points, AJ Thompson scored 17 points, Drew Timmons put in 16 points and Nick Penn scored 11 points.

Kohen Rowbatham carried the Panthers, pumping in 39 points while Terrell Yates had eight points.

Hannan (14-4) will travel to Franklinton Friday at 7 p.m. in a District 8-4A contest while Northshore (13-7) will host Mandeville, also Friday night in a District 6-5A contest at 7 p.m.

In District 9-5A, Jesuit bounced back from an overtime loss at Rummel with a convincing 68-55 win at Brother Martin.

The Blue Jays shot the ball extremely well all night, taking a 21-12 lead after one quarter and a 33-26 lead at halftime. Jesuit put it away in the third quarter, taking a 49-34 lead into the final frame.

The Blue Jays placed four players in double figures, led by Jack Lo with 15 points. Will Sheridan and Josh Washington each scored 13 points, Brock Guillot had 11 points and Jude Laforge finished with 10 points.

DJ Fowler topped the Crusaders with 22 points while Eli Pichon scored 17.

Jesuit (16-6, 2-2) will return to district play Friday at 7 p.m. at home against St. Augustine while Brother Martin (17-8, 2-3) plays at Holy Cross, also Friday at 7 p.m.

In girls play, Archbishop Hannan handled Loranger 64-43 at home in a District 8-4A matchup.

The Lady Hawks jumped all over the Wolves at the start, taking a commanding 21-2 lead after one quarter and the lead ballooned to 34-12 by halftime. It was 49-26 going to the final quarter.

Morgan Sinon led Hannan with 29 points, including four 3-pointers. McKenna Sinon scored 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds and Miranda Holincheck finished with 10 points and 14 assists.

Myan Barthelemy led the Wolves with 16 points, seven rebounds and four assists. The Wolves shot just 18 percent from the field.

Hannan (10-10, 3-3) will host Parkview Baptist Thursday at 6 p.m. in a non-district contest.

Loranger (8-11, 4-2) returns to district play Friday at Pearl River at 6 p.m.

Also in girls action, Newman handled Phoenix 49-20 at home Tuesday night.

Anaya Yunusah led the Greenies, recording a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Talia Parmes scored 12 points and dished out six assists and Maddie Herbert had six points and nine rebounds.

Newman (11-4) will host Academy of Our Lady Thursday at 6 p.m. Phoenix (13-10) will play at St. Mary’s Academy Wednesday at 5 p.m.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Tuesday, Jan. 16

Boys
Archbishop Shaw 71, East Jefferson 43
Archbishop Hannan 64, Northshore 57
Bonnabel 85, Fontainebleau 56
Chalmette 70, Higgins 37
Donaldsonville 69, Berwick 47
Doyle 64, Loranger 43
East St. John 71, Terrebonne 42
Edna Karr 51, John Curtis 47
Grand Isle 37, Lutheran 31
H.L. Bourgeois 53, Hahnville 51
Jefferson Rise 76, Haynes Academy 73
Jesuit 68, Brother Martin 55
Maurepas 39, Mount Hermon 31
Slidell 73, Varnado 29
South Plaquemines 80 Rosenwald Collegiate 38
St. Augustine 56, Archbishop Rummel 49
St. Charles Catholic 61, Catholic (PC) 41
St. Helena 58, Glen Oaks 51
St. Paul’s 71, Belle Chasse 35
St. Thomas Aquinas 64, Denham Springs 60
West St. John 51, Riverside Academy 40

Girls
Archbishop Hannan 64, Loranger 43
Doyle 52, Dutchtown 49
Grace King 51, Sophie B. Wright 27
Hahnville 66, H.L. Bourgeois 30
Newman 49, Phoenix 20
Riverdale 59, Willow School 7
Riverside Academy 48, Crescent City Christian 18

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