Basketball: Shaw, Rummel with narrow victories

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Area Prep Basketball Report for Wednesday, Jan. 15

After winning eighth straight games, Archbishop Shaw was brought back to earth by an outstanding St. Augustine squad last Friday night.

The Eagles rebounded from a loss to St. Augustine with an important, narrow 52-50 win over John Curtis Christian on the West Bank in an important District 9-5A contest.

Kameron Johnson had 11 points, Isaiah Barnes had 10 points and eight assists and Kenneth Taylor added 10 points for the Eagles.

Shaw (16-5, 2-1) returns to action Friday night, hosting Jesuit at 7 p.m. while the Patriots (8-9, 2-1) will host Brother Martin Friday night at 7 p.m.

In non-district action in Metairie, Archbishop Rummel edged Chalmette 52-49.

In a close game throughout, the Raiders led 12-11 after one quarter before the Owls outscored Rummel 10-7 in the second quarter to grab a 21-19 halftime lead.

Chalmette maintained a 37-36 lead going to the final frame.

Noah Davis broke a tie with a basket in the final minute and the Raiders added a free throw to secure the narrow victory.

Rummel (12-7) returns to district play Friday night, hosting powerful St. Augustine at 7 p.m. while Chalmette (11-8) will host East Jefferson Friday at 7 p.m.

Area Prep Basketball Results from Tuesday, Jan. 14

Boys

Amite 55, Independence 51

Archbishop Hannan 52, Bogalusa 48

Archbishop Rummel 52, Chalmette 49

Archbishop Shaw 52, John Curtis Christian 50

Collegiate Baton Rouge 79, Livingston Collegiate 51

Country Day 60, Lusher Charter 25

Covington 71, St. Paul’s 64

Crescent City Christian 62, West Jefferson 59

Destrehan 48, Terrebonne 43

Warren Easton 59, Abramson Sci Academy 45

Einstein Charter 56, Ben Franklin 43

Hahnville 62, Thibodaux 60

Holy Cross 47, Jesuit 39

Thomas Jefferson 57, South Plaquemines 49

M.L. King Charter 52, McDonogh 35 43

Live Oak 67, Lakeshore 64

Loranger 79, Albany 45

Lutcher 56, South Terrebonne 53

McMain 63, Helen Cox 60

New Orleans Military & Maritime 82, Riverdale 62

Northlake Christian 72, Doyle 67

Northshore 73, Fontainebleau 50

Ponchatoula 74, Mandeville 54

Slidell 74, Hammond 50

South Lafourche 62, Belle Chasse 50

St. Augustine 63, Brother Martin 56

St. Charles Catholic 45, West St. John 43

St. Martin’s Episcopal 42, Ecole Classique 28

St. Thomas Aquinas 58, French Settlement 54

Varnado 78, Pine 69

B.T. Washington (NO) 45, Carver 43

Woodlawn (BR) 65, Franklinton 45

Girls

Albany 47, Loranger 45

Amite 84, Independence 58

Archbishop Hannan 42, Bogalusa 22

Belle Chasse 58, Grace King 20

Country Day 49, St. Martin’s Episcopal 39

Ben Franklin 36, Sophie B. Wright 24

Hahnville 47, Thibodaux 45

Hammond 44, Slidell 39

Haynes Academy 36, Zachary 34

Karr 60, Cabrini 37

Lakeshore 73, Franklinton 34

Pearl River 67, De La Salle 35

Pine 47, Varnado 27

Ponchatoula 67, Mandeville 42

Springfield 48, Pope John Paul II 12

Ursuline Academy 47, Chalmette 44

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