The Lusher Lions and Sophie Wright Warriors are headed where no previous boys basketball teams from these uptown schools previously have ventured.Crosstown neighbor, McDonogh 35, is making just its second appearance.The destination?The LHSAA boys basketball tournament that tips off Monday with a six-day run at McNeese State’s Burton Coliseum in Lake Charles.Lusher (22-10) is the first of the New Orleans area newbies scheduled to continue its pursuit of their first state basketball...
Six consecutive state semifinals appearances — and counting.So goes the roll of the reigning Division III state champions from Country Day after overpowering out-manned Holy Savior Menard 69-46 Friday night in a state quarterfinals pairing at Country Day’s Patrick Gymnasium.Coach Mike McGuire’s message, however, was succinct and on point after seeing his third-seeded Cajuns commit 17 turnovers and miss “a ton’’ of layups while still managing to advance to face No.
Brother Martin guards Tyler Epps and Davonn Moore each scored a field goal in the second overtime period and the Crusaders defense held Byrd to a total of two field goals in both extra periods to produce a 71-67 regional round upset of Byrd in a Division I boys basketball playoff game played Tuesday night at Byrd in Shreveport.A No. 10 seed, Brother Martin (17-13) now advances to play at No. 2 St. Paul’s in Covington at 7 p.m. Friday in the state quarterfinals while No.
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