Basketball: Shaw makes it five straight wins; Bonnabel teams victorious
Area Prep Basketball Report for Thursday, Jan. 25
In boys action Wednesday evening, Archbishop Shaw made it five straight wins by going on the road and defeating Chalmette 68-48.
Christian Creppel and Corey Waits led the Eagles, each scoring 17 points while Aidan Lasalle added 11 points.
Shaw (17-4) will host Catholic of Baton Rouge at 7 p.m. Friday while the Owls (9-15) will travel Friday to face to West Jefferson at 7 p.m. in District 8-5A play.
Bonnabel downed Woodlawn of Baton Rouge 69-51 at The Bear Trap in Kenner.
Carlos Blue topped the Bruins with 14 points, Shawn Knight had 12 points and Gavin Lucas and Jeremiah Lucas each scored 11 points in a balanced scoring effort.
Bonnabel (14-11) will host Grace King Friday at 7 p.m. in District 8-5A play.
In District 8-5A girls action Wednesday evening, Bonnabel hammered John Ehret 59-14 at Marrero.
The Lady Bruins took a 16-5 lead after one quarter and expanded the advantage to 37-11 by halftime. Bonnabel blanked Ehret 19-0 in the third quarter to build the lead to 56-11.
Senior Brittney Allen led Bonnabel with 20 points while sophomore Loriell Lewis finished with 12 points. Sophomore La’Nyah Laneair added seven points.
Bonnabel (13-7, 2-0) will host East Jefferson Thursday at 6 p.m. while the Lady Patriots (5-11, 0-2) hosts Chalmette Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Area Prep Basketball Results from Wednesday, Jan. 25
Archbishop Shaw 68, Chalmette 48
Belle Chasse 61, Ben Franklin 53
Bonnabel 69, Woodlawn (BR) 51
Christ Episcopal 47, Lutheran 10
Covington 83, Fontainebleau 81
De La Salle 73, East Jefferson 72 (OT)
John Ehret 91, Riverdale 70
Parkview Baptist 57, Riverside Academy 43
Patterson 62, East St. John 55
Ponchatoula 61, Northshore 57
Salmen 78, Amite 47
South Plaquemines 70, International 69
St. Charles Catholic 60, Haynes Academy 24
St. Martin’s Episcopal 66, Kenner Discovery 31
St. Paul’s 54, Hammond 45
Terrebonne 66, Hahnville 62
Bonnabel 59, John Ehret 14
Dunham 45, Northlake Christian 39
Fontainebleau 52, Covington 50
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