Boys Basketball: Martin Luther King Charter downs KIPP-Booker T. Washington in OT, St. Aug set to host Jesuit

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Area Boys Prep Basketball Report for Tuesday, Jan. 15

It was a thriller.

Unable to decide the outcome in regulation, Martin Luther King Charter outlasted KIPP-Booker T. Washington 76-71 in overtime Monday evening.

Markie Swearington paced four Jaguars (16-10) in double figures with 24 points. Derrick Richard scored 19, Sullivan Roche put in 12 and Juan Brown contributed 11 points for M.L. King Charter.

The Jaguars return to action Wednesday at 6 pm at J.F. Kennedy. The Lions (12-13) have lost three straight and will host West St. John Friday at 7 pm.

In an important District 9-5A contest this evening, Jesuit travels to St. Augustine for a 7 pm battle.

The Purple Knights (21-2, 3-0) lead the Catholic League and have won 14 straight games. Included in that streak was a thrilling 53-52 win over the Blue Jays in the title game of the Valero Chalmette Christmas Classic in a non-district game. Jesuit (21-3, 3-1) is coming off of a win over Archbishop Shaw with its only district loss being in overtime to Holy Cross. The Tigers (19-5, 3-1) are tied for second in the league and play at Archbishop Rummel tonight at 7 pm.

Area Boys Prep Basketball Results from Monday, Jan. 14

New Orleans Area

Crescent City Christian 87, Cohen 36

Warren Easton 62, International High 57

M.L. King Charter 76, KIPP-B.T. Washington 71

Pearl River 62, Varnado 55

South Plaquemines 61, Belle Chasse 50

Baton Rouge Area

The Church Academy 46, Ascension Catholic 43

Family Christian 70, LA School for the Deaf 42

White Castle 72, Belaire 58

Bayou Area

Assumption 70, McMain 44

Lafayette Christian 72, Centerville 64

Area Boys Prep Basketball Schedule from Tuesday, Jan. 15

New Orleans Area

Archbishop Hannan at Albany, 7 pm

Archbishop Shaw at John Curtis Christian, 7 pm

Cohen at Carver, 5:30 pm

Donaldsonville at St. James, 6 pm

East St. John at Hahnville, 7:30 pm

Fontainebleau at Ponchatoula, 7:15 pm

Holy Cross at Archbishop Rummel, 7 pm

Independence at Northlake Christian, 7:30 pm

Jesuit at St. Augustine, 7 pm

Hammond at Mandeville, 7:30 pm

Higgins at Bonnabel, 7 pm

Karr at De La Salle, 6:30 pm

Grace King at East Jefferson, 7 pm

Mount Hermon at Lutheran, 6 pm

Northeast at Kentwood, 5:30 pm

Pine at Varnado, 7 pm

Pope John Paul II at Amite, 7 pm

Salmen at Ben Franklin, 6 pm

South Lafourche at Chalmette, 7 pm

Springfield at St. Helena, 7 pm

St. Charles Catholic at Lusher, 6 pm

St. Paul’s at Slidell, 7 pm

St. Thomas Aquinas at Doyle, 7 pm

Jewel Sumner at Loranger, 7 pm

Baton Rouge Area

Baker at Central, 6:45 pm

Dunham at Jehovah-Jireh, 6 pm

East Ascension at Walker, 7 pm

Episcopal at The Church Academy, 7 pm

Maurepas at Family Christian, 7 pm

North Central at False River, 6 pm

Parkview Baptist at McKinley, 5:30 pm

St. Martinville at Livonia, 7 pm

West Feliciana at Zachary, 7 pm

Westminster Christian at Catholic (PC), 7 pm

Bayou Area

Berwick at Abbeville, 5:30 pm

Destrehan at H.L. Bourgeois, 7 pm

St. John at Central Catholic, 7 pm

Terrebonne at Central Lafourche, 7 pm

Thibodaux at Ellender, 6 pm

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