The LCM Bears got a big road win Friday, beating Lumberton 50-45. Key free throws at the end by Jesse Doucette helped the Bears even their district mark at 1-1 while Lumberton dropped to 1-2. Doucette was the games leading scorer with 22.
Orangefield lost to Kountze 69-66. Coy Bryant led OF with 19 points. Bryce Bergeron added 15 points and 8 Rebounds; Kaiden DuBose 12 points 5 assists ; Payton Wrinkle 8 Points 6 rebounds 4 assists 4 steals.
BC lost to Hardin-Jefferson 70-47. The Hawks move to 3-0 while the Cards are 0-3.
Vidor lost to Barbers Hill 66-46
WOS beat Hamshire-Fannett 47-42 in FOUR OT’s
Deweyville game with Colmesneil was postponed
The Orangefield Lady Bobcats remain undefeated in district play after a 41-35 win at Kountze Friday. Jacey Bourque scored 16 points and had 3 steals. Madison Greenway had 6 rebounds and 5 steals while added Faith Fregia 8 points, 4 steals. Also Joli Ponfick 7 points, Harleigh Rawls 6 points 9 rebounds. OF (5-0) will host Anahuac Tuesday.
The Deweyville Lady Pirates opened district with a 51-43 win over West Hardin. Sophomore Aleigha Raymer led all scorers with 23 points, Junior Raegan Chance had a career high 13 points, Junior Jocelyn Reed ran the offense and had 8 points. Lacie McCollough and Chesleigh Hamilton rounded out the scoring with 4 and 3 points. Charissa Hebert, Bree Clark, and Emily Phillips came off the bench to provide some great defense and timely rebounds. Deweyville will return to action Tuesday night at home vs Sabine Pass.
The LCM Lady Bears lost to Lumberton 55-48. Christina Joseph pulled down 16 rebounds along with 7 points for LCM. Chelsea Perry had 12 pts and 6 rebounds. Zaria Johnson added 11.
HJ defeated BC 72-46. Aspen Daniels had 14 for BC and Ashlyn Aylor added 8. Guillory led all with 27 for the Hawks.
Vidor vs Barbers Hill
Tonight the WOS Running Lady Mustangs went on the road and beat the Hamshire-Fannett Lady Longhorns 50-37. This game saw West Orange Stark getting ahead early until the twin towers B’JNE’ Arvie and Malandria Hebert got into early foul trouble causing them to sit most of the first half. The game for the first half would be close going into halftime with the Running Lady Mustangs holding at 3 point advantage 28-25.
Early in the 3rd quarter Hebert would pickup her 4th foul which would leave her sitting again. However, the Running Lady Mustang guards would finally take over. Keshaunia Winbush would orchestrate the offense ending the game with 9 assist along with 8 points. A lot of those assist went to the walking double double B’Jne Arvie who had 14 points and 13 rebounds with 9 points coming in the second half. Aniah Henderson would pick up Hebert’s scoring load with great cuts to the bucket and either finishing with the bucket or hitting key free throws down the stretch. She was 5/6 from the charity stripe in the 4th quarter finishing with 11 points.
Gabby Tims would have another great performance handling the ball, rebounding and scoring. She sealed the deal with 2:45 left in the 4th when she hit a big 3 to give the Lady Mustangs a double digit lead. Tims finished with 11 points, 12 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals. Hebert would come back in the game with limited minutes and still have 5 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals. Coach Wilson said “it was great to see the guard play continues to improve. When our big girls went down the guards had to carry the load and they did”. Brakhia White, Halle Brown, and Libni Hermossilio came in and played great defense to give the Mustangs the lift we needed in the first half. Temecia Adams saw limited minutes due to a sprained ankle and Naudia Watson who has been big all year long sat out the whole game nursing an ankle to.
Coach Wilson said “it was a good win that he had been worried about all week after the Silsbee game. He said the Mustangs had bad practices Wednesday and Thursday along with girls being injured he knew it would be a battle”. The Lady Mustangs will be back in action on Tuesday January 14th at home against #3 Hardin Jefferson.
WOS 13 15 7 15 50
HF 13 12 5 7 37
WOS JV 4 12 10 11 41
HF JV 7 10 9 6 32
Tashianna Williams 21 pts, CC Collins 11 pts, Imani Johnson 3 pts, Junaiya Winston 4 pts, Chaquetta Andrus 2 pts, and Sydnye Antoine had 18 rebounds.