Basketball: Shaw, Jesuit, Holy Cross post convincing wins Monday

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Tuesday, Nov. 29

Archbishop Shaw moved to 5-0 with a convincing 71-50 win Monday evening over Fontainebleau.

Chris Creppel led the way for the Eagles with 24 points, Kam Johnson had 18 points and Aidan LaSalle finished with 10 points.

The Eagles will take on defending Division III state champion Newman Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. in the Jesuit Tournament.

The Bulldogs (3-2) take a break before facing John Ehret on December 15.

Jesuit handled H.L. Bourgeois 84-49.

The Blue Jays had balanced scoring, led by Will Sheridan with 19 points while Jude Laforge had 16 points. Jack Lo and Josh Washington each scored 15 points and Jace Larsen had 13 points.

The Blue Jays (5-1) will host De La Salle Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Jesuit Tournament while the Braves (0-5) play Broadmoor this Saturday.

Holy Cross remained unbeaten with a 78-67 win over Warren Easton at home.

Trent Ramsey led the Tigers with 17 points, Devin Harris had 16 points and Savoi Hebert finished with 14 points.

Holy Cross (5-0) will play at Livingston Collegiate Friday while the Eagles (0-5) will host Destrehan next Tuesday.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Monday, Nov. 28


Archbishop Shaw 71, Fontainebleau 50

Ben Franklin 55, Terrebonne 44

Donaldsonville 38, Mentorship Academy 35

East Jefferson 68, Abramson 35

Hammond 78, Jewel Sumner 40

Holy Cross 78, Warren Easton 67

Houma Christian 54, International 51

Jesuit 84, H.L. Bourgeois 49

New Orleans Military & Maritime 44, Cohen 41

St. Augustine 62, Sarah T. Reed 47


Academy of Sacred Heart (NO) 47, East Jefferson 14

Amite 60, Southern Lab 48

Ben Franklin 57, Terrebonne 34

Carver 52, Bonnabel 42

Destrehan 65, Booker T. Washington (NO) 33

Family Christian 54, St. Katharine Drexel 15

French Settlement 72, Port Allen 46

Hammond 59, Jewel Sumner 20

St. James 76, Collegiate (BR) 13

St. Thomas Aquinas 40, Slidell 33

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