Basketball: Shaw, Landry score Friday wins
Area Prep Basketball Report for Saturday, Jan. 21
Archbishop Shaw made it four straight wins, handling West Jefferson 78-55 at home Friday night.
Kam Johnson led the Eagles with 23 points, Aidan Lasalle had 13 points and Chris Creppel finished with 11 points.
Shaw (16-4) will travel to Chalmette at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The Buccaneers (7-16) lost their fourth straight game and will next host Landry at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Landry went to Kenner and edged Bonnabel 66-63.
In a close game throughout, Bonnabel led 15-13 after one quarter and maintained a 26-23 halftime lead. The Buccaneers rallied to take a 46-43 lead going to the fourth quarter.
The Buccaneers built a five-point lead in the final quarter before holding off the Bruins, who missed a potential game-tying 3-point attempt as time expired.
Vo Nicholas led Landry with 20 points, Jamal Smith scored 13 points and Kayden Joseph and Franswar Neal each scored nine points.
Jeremiah Lucas led Bonnabel with 17 points, Carlos Blue had 15 points and Gavin Lucas finished with 10 points.
Landry (14-8) plays an elite Scotlandville team Saturday in the Carver Hoops Classic at 5:30 p.m. while Bonnabel (13-11) will play at Carver next Tuesday.
Area Prep Basketball Results from Friday, Jan. 20
Archbishop Hannan 49, Franklinton 31
Archbishop Shaw 78, West Jefferson 55
Fontainebleau 48, Hammond 46
Hahnville 47, Central Lafourche 40
Holden 59, Ben Franklin 53
Holy Cross 59, Brother Martin 56
John Curtis Christian 61, Archbishop Rummel 55
Karr 51, Country Day 48
Landry 66, Bonnabel 63
Ponchatoula 86, Covington 67
St. Augustine 52, Jesuit 44
St. Paul’s 66, Slidell 52
Walker 68, Amite 59
Academy of Sacred Heart (NO) 44, Country Day 25
Albany 79, Bogalusa 36
Ben Franklin 47, Holden 36
De La Salle 65, St. Katharine Drexel 19
East St. John 48, Destrehan 35
Hahnville 41, Central Lafourche 31
Hammond 61, Fontainebleau 59
Lakeshore 50, Salmen 49
Lutcher 46, Morgan City 43
Mandeville 51, Northshore 32
Patterson 56, St. James 54
Ponchatoula 66, Covington 18
St. Helena 29, Northlake Christian 17
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