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In any given game, nothing is guaranteed. Anything can happen.But on Tuesday night, at least, in a matchup between Mount Carmel and Edna Karr, this one was never close.Jordan Berry scored a team-leading 18 points, Taylor Wilkins chipped in 10 more and the Mount Carmel Cubs throttled the Edna Karr Cougars 52-20. Mount Carmel coach Jamie Thomaties said she was proud of her team’s performance, even if the team can focus on always getting better.“We’re a young group,” she said.
After a sluggish start, the Helen Cox Cougars did just enough to pull out a thrilling victory Wednesday night.Daelon Murdock scored 20 points, Brandon Allen and Terrence Joseph chipped in 11 apiece and Helen Cox outlasted the East Jefferson Warriors 59-52 in overtime to advance to the second round of the Newman Invitational Tournament.Though the Cougars are happy to be moving on to the next round, coach Tyron Mouzon said, his team has some improvements to make.
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Selecting a term
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