Girls Basketball: Holden, Salmen, Loranger, Mandeville win Tuesday at Hannan Hustle

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Tuesday marked the second day of the Archbishop Hannan Hustle Girls Basketball Tournament.

Holden downed De La Salle 60-31 behind 15 points by Cambree Courtney. Danai Lewis and Kirsten Robinson each scored eight points for the Cavaliers.

Salmen downed Covington 63-15.

Loranger handled Bonnabel 66-35.

Myan Barthelemy led the Wolves with 13 points while Lanasia May scored 11 points.

Mandeville defeated Archbishop Hannan 53-33.

Saleigh Berry led the way for the Lady Skippers with 23 points while Kyli Palisi finished with 12 points. Morgan Sinon had 19 points for the Lady Hawks.

On Monday, Holden defeated Archbishop Hannan 65-31, Loranger whipped Covington 69-28, Mandeville beat De La Salle 42-25 and Salmen defeated Bonnabel 58-31.

The tournament continues Wednesday with the following schedule:

Game 9: De La Salle vs. Covington 11:30 AM

Game 10: Bonnabel vs. Hannan 12:45 PM

Game 11: Salmen vs. Holden 2:00 PM

Game 12: Mandeville vs. Loranger 3:15 PM

Game 13: Loser Game 9 v Loser Game 10 4:30 PM

Game 14: Winner Game 9 v Winner Game 10 5:45 PM

Game 15: Loser Game 11 v Loser Game 12 7:00 PM

Game 16 Winner Game 11 v Winner Game 12 8:15 PM

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