Basketball Report: Bonnabel boys win King Tourney; Fontainebleau girls win in OT

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Bonnabel captured the Grace King Tournament championship, rallying from a halftime deficit to defeat the defending Class 1A state champion Pioneers 83-78.

Crescent City led 38-26 at the half before the Bruins turned up the heat, scoring 57 points in the second half. T.J. Collins led the way with 27 points while Rodney Munson had 26 points. William Allen finished with 10 points for the Bruins (3-0). The Pioneers fell to 2-3 with the defeat.

The two teams are set for a rematch Thursday at Crescent City at 7:30 p.m.

In girls action, Fontainebleau improved to 2-0 with a thrilling 52-48 overtime win at Thibodaux. The Lady Bulldogs will host East Jefferson next Saturday afternoon. The Tigers (0-2) have lost two games by a total of six points. They will next face Ellender in the Ellender Tournament Monday afternoon.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Saturday, Nov. 18


New Orleans Area

Archbishop Rummel 48, St. Charles Catholic 46

Bonnabel 83, Crescent City 78

Brother Martin 93, Carver 58

Covington 77, Glen Oaks 66

East Jefferson 49, Grace King 41

Episcopal of Acadiana 44, Grand Isle 33

M.L. King Charter 58, Ben Franklin 47

Baton Rouge Area

Baker 87, Opelousas 50

Brusly 47, Grace Christian 40

Livonia 42, Albany 40

McKinley 69, Family Christian 41

Ville Platte 50, Southern Lab 45


New Orleans Area

Ascension Episcopal 61, Haynes 40

Baton Rouge Area

Baker 41, Broadmoor 12

Walker 46, Cohen 32

Bayou Area

Fontainebleau 52, Thibodaux 48 (OT)

Houma Christian 62, Terrebonne 25

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