RECAP: Parish hoops weekend


DOYLINE C In what was another active weekend of district fiddle Webster Parish, the biggest win of all originate from Webster’s smallest school.

The surging Doyline Panthers enjoyed an outstanding homecourt advantage Friday night as they quite simply hosted Class B’s No. 14 team, the Quitman Aggies.

Doyline poured that on, scoring at will and also limiting Quitman’s best player along with lockdown defender David Lockett to cruise trip to a 90-69 victory that should launch them into the state subject talks in Class B.

It did not always look like an easy win, as the Panthers came out slightly slow-moving and went down by Eight points in the first three months.

“We started off real slow,” Doyline boys head coach Erina Normand said. “We decided to go to our fullcourt mass media, mainly to get our men going a little faster and it definitely worked.”

Doyline’s leading scorer Decarri Markray had been especially brilliant on this night, dropping in 32 points, Twelve of which came in a second three months that saw the Panthers carry full control of this competition.

Doyline also got valiant efforts from Jordan Fuller and Semaj Solomon while in the backcourt, while senior Jack Siah pulled home a clutch 3-ball while in the fourth quarter.

“Fuller controlled the tempo for us and Solomon plus Siah hit some big 3’s,Half inch Normand said. “And obviously, Markray had a further big night.”

Fuller and Solomon every single finished with 12 points for that Panthers.

Doyline is currently ranked No. Several in Class B with all 5 games remaining on their agenda.

Minden vs. Bossier

At The Palace, this Minden Lady Tiders led early the before Bossier Lady Bearkats came back to claim their particular second victory of the season through Jacob Brown’s team, 55-50.

The Lady Tiders started the season with a 20-0 record prior to suffering their first decrease of the season to these same Young lady ‘Kats. The Lady Tiders currently sit at Virtually no. 2 in Class 4A with a 25-4 report, however their district title expectation now look faint.

“Looking at some of the stats it experienced like 30’s night,” Brown said. “We shot about 30 percent from three and also from the field. A lot of those usually are shots we typically produce, but our girls gamed hard; it’s something we’ll acquire corrected, and I know this group always bounces back robust, but it hurts feeling just like we left 20 explains there.”

Bre Rodgers led Minden with 12 points in her first online game back from the flu, as well as Whitney Aubrey with 10 points, Destini Powell with 9 points and Sha Whiting with 7 points.

Minden vs. Bossier

The Minden guys took one on the head against the Bossier Bearkats, 73-40.

“Bossier is just better,” Minden head coach Rennie Bailey said. “Our folks played? hard, but right now that’s a technique we’re trying to get on the volume of where they are. We’re going to go on to work; it’s all about the process we like where my kids tend to be.”

Other Parish Scores

Lakeside 33, Mansfield 52 ; Lakeside 25, Mansfield 1951 ; Glenbrook 68, Franklin 28 ; Glenbrook 51, Franklin Forty three

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