Boys Basketball: Warren Easton downs McDonogh 35 Monday, hosts Salmen Tuesday

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Area Boys Prep Basketball Report for Tuesday, Jan. 8

Warren Easton fought off rival McDonogh 35 Monday evening, winning 69-62 at home.

It was the fourth straight win for the Eagles (12-7). The loss was the third straight for the Roneagles (6-13). McDonogh 35 returns to action, hosting Helen Cox at 6 pm.

Warren Easton hosts Salmen (14-6) in an intriguing non-district contest this evening at 6 pm. The Spartans have won five straight games.

Warren Easton edged Salmen 40-39 on Nov. 26 at Salmen so the rematch should be a good one. The Spartans are 20th while the Eagles are 23rd in the most recent LHSAA Class 4A power rankings.

Area Boys Prep Basketball Results from Monday, Jan. 7

New Orleans Area

Crescent City Christian 56, KIPP Renaissance 45

Warren Easton 69, McDonogh 35 62

St. Thomas Aquinas 52, Loranger 40

Baton Rouge Area

Donaldsonville 54, Baker 46

East Feliciana 49, Springfield 38

Family Christian 71, Maurepas 35

Runnels 65, Pope John Paul II 35

Bayou Area

Ellender 83, Covenant Christian 20

New Orleans Area

Albany at Loranger, 7 pm

Amite at Pine, 7 pm

Brother Martin at Archbishop Shaw, 7 pm

Cohen at John Ehret, 7:15 pm

John Curtis Christian at Archbishop Rummel, 7 pm

Destrehan at East St. John, 7:15 pm

Ecole Classique at Ridgewood, 6 pm

Fontainebleau at Hammond, 7:15 pm

Higgins at Carver, 6 pm

Holy Cross at Jesuit, 7 pm

Thomas Jefferson at Clark, 6:30 pm

Kentwood at Mount Hermon, 7 pm

Grace King at Bonnabel, 7 pm

M.L. King Charter at NOMMA, 5 pm

KIPP Renaissance at Riverdale, 6 pm

Livingston Collegiate at Country Day, 7 pm

Lutcher at St. James, 7 pm

McMain at De La Salle, 6:30 pm

Newman at Lusher, 7 pm

Pearl River Central (MS) at Belle Chasse, 6 pm

Pope John Paul II at Northlake Christian, 7:30 pm

Salmen at Warren Easton, 6 pm

Slidell at Ponchatoula, 7 pm

St. Helena at Doyle, 6 pm

St. Paul’s at Covington, 7 pm

Baton Rouge Area

Ascension Catholic at Covenant Christian, 7 pm

Assumption at St. Amant, 7 pm

Baker at Tara, 5:30 pm

Broadmoor at Capitol, 7 pm

Catholic (PC) at False River, 6 pm

Central at Northeast, 5:30 pm

Denham Springs at Episcopal, 5 pm

French Settlement at Springfield, 5 pm

Glen Oaks at Lee Magnet, 7 pm

Hahnville at East Ascension, 6 pm

Jehovah-Jireh at Runnels, 6 pm

LaGrange at Parkview Baptist, 5 pm

Live Oak at St. Michael, 7 pm

Port Allen at The Church Academy, 7 pm

St. Michael at Mentorship Academy, 6 pm

Walker at Madison Prep, 7 pm

West Feliciana at Dunham, 6 pm

West Jefferson at Plaqumine, 7 pm

Zachary at University High, 5 pm

Bayou Area

Berwick at Erath, 5:30 pm

Catholic (NI) at West St. Mary, 5:15 pm

Central Lafourche at H.L. Bourgeois, 7 pm

New Iberia at Morgan City, 5:30 pm

Terrebonne at Thibodaux, 7 pm

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