SIBLEY C Friday night,?Lakeside honored the career and accomplishments of Jenny Gould, the man who led a Warrior hoops program for 12 seasons.
Gould came to center court docket where he was accompanied by Denny Finley and Dan Grantham, shortly pursued by all of his former competitors in attendance. The man who triumphed in 350 games and made 14 playoff appearances was clearly emotionally charged, as what looked like rips formed when his boy Jalen Gould met him at midcourt to talk about job well done.
On the judge, the Warriors were beaten 79-69 by Green Oaks although playing without two rookies due to a coach’s decision. In the females game, the Lady Warriors were within the losing side as well, decreasing to the Green Oaks Woman Giants 65-41.
Lakeside will begin a three-game path stretch Tuesday when they journey to Calvary Baptist Academy.
The Minden Lady Tiders dropped their particular second contest of the season Thursday in district play, when the Huntington Lady Raiders took advantage a number of Minden miscues for a 52-49 win over Class 4A’s Zero. 2 team.
Minden was originally timetabled to take on Huntington Tuesday, but winter season weather, including freezing rain and snow, made the matchup into the weekend. Whereas the Lady Tiders controlled the tempo in the teams’ first getting together with at the “Doc” Edwards Invitational, the Lady Raiders assumed your roll of the aggressor within this contest.
The Lady Tiders didn’t assistance their own cause by missing seven free throws during the first half alone together with a bevy of missed baskets from the paint.
Minden still pushed the actual result down to the final seconds, taking a 3-pointer to trim Huntington’s trigger 52-49 with 6 seconds to relax and play; however, Huntington would evade the particular Minden defense and run out the last 6 ticks to claim your victory.
The Lady Tiders led after one quarter and at halftime before Huntington heated in the third quarter, going on an 8-0 run and succeeding the quarter 19-15.
Head coach Edward Brown wasn’t thrilled while using way his team enjoyed.
“Early on the missed opportunities truly cost us,” Brown proclaimed. “As the game went on, at times we’re our worst enemy. We didn’t block out well or even make our free has and layups. We missed an opportunity to extend our lead very early and from there Huntington just chipped away.”
Bre Rodgers led Minden with Twenty three points and 3 blocks. Derrica Gilbert poured in 18 points and grabbed 8 gets back, while Sha’Terra Batton had just Several points in a rare out of night for the senior offensively.
The Minden Crimson Tide were defeated by Huntington within the boys game, 63-47.
Chance Mitchell led Minden along with 13 points, Zion Crawford added Being unfaithful points and Trey Oliver finished with 8 points.
“It’s been the same record the last 7-7 games,” travel coach Rennie Bailey said. “For some good reason, we’re having a hard time credit rating the basketball.
“We were a bit more consistent against Huntington than towards North DeSoto, but here lately in district play i am averaging probable less than 40 points a game.”
DOYLINE C In Class D action, the No. 8 Doyline Panthers procured down No. 7 Weston throughout Webster Parish 67-58.
This marked the biggest win in the Panther’s season to date and presented them a 1-0 start in location play.
Doyline played as a team that will earn the victory, with five players in double statistics, while several others obtained star moments.
“We shot the actual ball about as well as most of us have season,” Doyline head guru Michael Normand said. “Especially in the initially quarter. We ran in the offenses really well, so i hope this is a sign that we are obtaining mentally focused for a playoff perform.”
Weston came into the matchup with a reputation of being a high-scoring team, nevertheless the length and defensive presence of Decarri Markray and David Lockette made lifetime tough.
“I thought David Lockett’s safeguard on their top player seemed to be extremely important,” Normand said. “We ended up determined not to let one particular player beat us along with David was able to contain her.”
The Panthers were led by Markray on the announc sheet with 19 points and 15 rebounds since the sophomore continues his breakout marketing campaign. Semaj Solomon stepped up for Doyline, adding 15 points, following by M. Nelson with 11 points together with Jordan Fuller with 15 points; Lockett chipped in with 7 points to complement his stellar defense.
Doyline travels to Castor for your Tuesday night game while travelling, to be followed by another top-10 showdown with No. 9 Quitman here in Webster Parish regarding Friday.
Scores for the Glenbrook Apaches and Lady Apaches were not available as of press time.