Freelance journalist. I cover Sports, have done investigate and life & stlye articles as well. Have been professionally published in The New Orleans Advocate as well as Where Y’at Magazine and Crescent City Sports
Smith leads Salmen to comeback victory over Shaw in OT
Though they may have had a sluggish start to the season, there was nothing sluggish about Warren Easton’s performance Thursday night.Keeana Anderson scored 18 points to lead the fourth- seeded Eagles to a 58-18 rout of the 29th-seeded Buckeye Panthers in the Class 4A bidistrict round of the girls basketball playoffs.Warren Easton (21-8) started 8-8 this season, with the victory Thursday marking their 13th consecutive victory. The Eagles hey raced out to a 25-5 lead after one quarter .
It was a slow start, fast middle and stressful end, but the De La Salle Cavaliers did just enough to finish the way that they wanted.Abiram Frye scored all 13 of his points in the first half, John Kelly added 11 more and the rest of the Cavaliers did their part in the second half to help De La Salle take down the Lusher Lions 48-46 for a win in their first District 10-3A game.After holding just a six-point lead at halftime, the Cavaliers (11-9, 1-0) took control in the third quarter going up...
It got a little closer than they would’ve liked, but the East Jefferson Warriors evened things out in the end.Gethesmane Milton scored 21 points while Keefe Cole added 19 more and the Warriors defeated the Chalmette Owls 59-50 to get to .500 in district play after resting most of the week because of inclement weather.After leading by as many as 15, the Warriors (11-10, 1-1) got a bit of a scare early in the fourth quarter when the Owls (5-17, 0-1) used a brief surge to pull within three....
I feel like the playoff committee was like “we’ve got a Georgia Alabama championship with zac brown band signing the national anthem and Trumps there....we need Kendrick Lamar doing the halftime show and a sneak peak of Black Panther to even things out” #cfb
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