Basketball: Northshore boys, Chapelle girls among Wednesday winners
Area Prep Basketball Report for Thursday, Nov. 16
In boys action Wednesday, Northshore opened its season with a 55-42 victory at Ben Franklin.
Northshore jumped out to a 14-4 lead after one quarter and led 27-12 at halftime. It was 46-19 heading to the final quarter.
Michael Ducre led the Panthers with 21 points while Jamison Hopkins had nine points and four assists.
The Panthers (1-0) return to action in the Jesuit Invitational Tournament Monday at 5 p.m. against The Willow School.
The Falcons (0-2) return to action Friday at Brother Martin at 6:15 p.m.
Archbishop Chapelle controlled play from the start in a 53-15 victory at St. Charles Catholic.
The Chipmunks put the game away early, blanking the Comets 14-0 in the opening quarter and taking a 26-3 halftime lead. It was 41-11 heading to the fourth quarter.
Kaylee Dublin led Chapelle with 15 points while Caroline Guitterrez had 14 points. Jena Gaudet added nine points.
Chavez Smith topped the Comets with seven points.
Chapelle (2-0) travels to Lakeshore Friday at 7 p.m. while St. Charles Catholic will next entertain St. Scholastica Nov. 28.
Area Prep Basketball Results from Wednesday, Nov. 15
Belle Chasse 64, John F. Kennedy 62
Geo Next Generation 85, Livingston Collegiate 12
N.O. Science & Math 67, Lycee Francais de la Nouvelle-Orleans 31
Northshore 55, Ben Franklin 42
Slidell 59, Bonnabel 49
Archbishop Chapelle 53, St. Charles Catholic 15
Dominican 38, West Jefferson 11
Haynes Academy 30, Bonnabel 22
Lutcher 42, Terrebonne 31
McDonogh 35 40, Cohen 38
McMain 41, John F. Kennedy 5
Newman 54, Pearl River 50
Northshore 54, Slidell 41
St. John 51, Donaldsonville 23
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