Crescent City Sports to live stream Monday tripleheader from InspireNOLA MLK Classic

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NEW ORLEANS – Crescent City Sports’ live streaming coverage of high school basketball continues Monday with the final three games of the InspireNOLA MLK Classic.

Live coverage from the Edna Karr High School campus will begin just prior to 3:30 p.m. tipoff between Landry and Southside. St. Augustine and Sophie B. Wright meet at 5 p.m., with the nightcap matching Karr and McMain at 6:30. Vashon Jones and Ro Brown will describe the action.

The InspireNOLA MLK Classic is a six-game, day-long event of boys basketball. Crescent City Sports is partnering with InspireNOLA for the second consecutive year.

CCS’ coverage will begin with a matchup featuring Landry (12-7 through Thursday), currently at No. 11 in the unofficial Division II select power rankings, against Southside (9-6), 16th in Division I non-select.

Game two matches St. Augustine (8-11), currently No. 23 in Division I select, against a Sophie B. Wright (17-4) squad ranked sixth in Division III select.

Monday’s finale pits two InspireNOLA schools against each other – Karr (8-8), sitting at 17th in Division I select, against McMain (3-0), which has reached the state championship game two years in a row but got a late start to its 2022-23 season because of penalties following a jamboree incident against McDonogh 35.

The Crescent City Sports team is in its 12th season of producing live broadcasts for television and internet, having produced more than 400 live streams since 2012, and is continuing its extensive commitment to prep sports coverage on its website for 2022-23.

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Lenny Vangilder


Lenny was involved in college athletics starting in the early 1980s, when he began working Tulane University sporting events while still attending Archbishop Rummel High School. He continued that relationship as a student at Loyola University, where he graduated in 1987. For the next 11 years, Vangilder worked in the sports information offices at Southwestern Louisiana (now UL-Lafayette) and Tulane;…

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