SHREVEPORT – The Lakeside Warriors went on the path Friday night for their second district win over the Calvary Cavaliers, 58-46.
Lakeside outscored Calvary 13-11 in the first quarter in addition to 16-10 in the second to take some sort of 29-21 lead at the half.
“We performed pretty well for most of the to begin with half,” Lakeside head instructor Jason Gould said. “At the end of the second quarter Calvary made a run to work to eight.”
The Cavaliers came out fast in the second half cutting the Warriors’ lead to two things. Calvary won the third quarter 18-14.
Lakeside place game away with a 15-7 fourth quarter in their favor.
Damian Coleman brought the Warriors with 15 points, followed by Chase Mitchell together with 14, Jalen Gould with 11, Tyreke Loftin utilizing 10 and Michael Bradford along with seven.
“We got good well balanced scoring,” Gould said. “I considered we played really good staff ball tonight.”
Lakeside hosts Lakeview Friday night in a pivotal center battle.
Minden vs. Huntington
SHREVEPORT – The Minden Magenta Tide fell to Huntington 65-50 Friday overnight at the Raiders’ Gym.
“I was really inspired with the effort our guys gave against a top-3 squad is our district,In Bailey said. “We were down by as many as 20 in the 4th quarter but cut it for you to 10 late. We showed some resolve and that we will not likely quit.”
Sophomore Jalen Teal came off the Bench to lead Minden with 11 elements.
“He gave us a lift by designing some shots,” Bailey explained. “I thought Kelcey Miller did a great job tonight from a strong offensive standpoint; Adrian Flournoy came off of the bench and gave fantastic minutes. I see signs of improvement, and as a coach that maybe what you want.”
Darrell Kemp scored 9 factors for the Tide, Miller put in 7 and Aaron Moses finished with Half a dozen.
Minden vs. Huntington
SHREVEPORT – The Minden Lady Tiders found their 16-game winning streak clicked Friday night against the Huntington Female Raiders in a 59-39 rout.
Minden and Huntington each came into Exclusive night’s contest unbeaten in region 1-4A, but the Lady Tiders faded in the second half against the Lady Raiders.
Minden trailed 13-8 after one quarter of play in addition to 25-18 at halftime. Huntington’s size began to use on Minden as second and third chance opportunities led to foul trouble for Jacob Brown’s staff and points for the Girl Raiders.
“We needed to play aggressive today,” Brown said. “But I thought we were on our dated hounds. We settled for outdoors shots and didn’t are you getting any second chance opportunities.”
The Lady Tiders stayed in the game notwithstanding their shooting woes on account of their touch at the free-throw line, going 9-11 in the first fifty percent.
Huntington extended their lead that has a 20-13 third quarter and cruised on the finish in a low-scoring fourth.
“The streak is over,” Brown explained. “It’s time to start a new one. That was a tough overall game, on the other hand feel like this team could rebound from what took place. We have three of our ultimate four ball games at home; the district race isn’t over.”
Sha Whiting led the Lady Tiders using 16 points, followed by Blood Batton with 15 points.
Lakeside versus. Calvary
SHREVEPORT – The Lakeside Lady Warriors beaten the Calvary Lady Cavaliers 59-40 Wednesday night, earning their subsequent district win in the process.
Jamya Yost led Lakeside with 14 points while in the victory, followed by Jhasmine Lewis with 10 points, Allison Loftin with 11 issues and Jazzmyn White with Twelve.
The Lady Warriors will be in your own home Tuesday night to take on a Lakeview Lady Gators.