Patterson High School's Randalyn Paul (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)
Lumberjills snap losing streak with victory against Erath
The Patterson Lumberjills snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 32-30 victory against Erath in District 8-3A girls’ basketball action at Erath Tuesday.
The victory was the first for the Lumberjills since a 29-28 win against Catholic High-New Iberia on Dec. 27. Included in that losing streak was a 27-26 loss to Erath at home last month.
In Tuesday’s win, Patter-son led 10-7 after a quarter, but Erath outscored the Lumberjills 10-6 in the second period for a 17-16 halftime advantage. Erath held a 5-3 scoring advantage in the third period for a 22-19 lead after three quarters before Patterson outscored the home team 13-8 in the final period for the win.
Zorrie Spain led Patterson with 14 points, eight re-bounds and two steals. Other top Patterson contributors were Randalyn Paul, six points, 11 rebounds and one steal; De’Asha Williams, five points, five rebounds, two steals and one blocked shot; Aniyah Martin, four points, one rebound, two steals and two blocked shots; and Alayah Williams, three points, five rebounds and one steal.
Patterson (8-15 overall, 2-9 in district) will close its season Friday when it hosts North Vermilion in district play.
The Berwick Lady Pan-thers fell to Kaplan 67-36 in District 8-3A action at Kaplan Tuesday.
Madison Carline led Ber-wick with 21 points. Other Berwick scorers were Arian-na Jones, nine; Maci Brous-sard, four; and Sam Kinchen, two.
Berwick (7-17, 4-7) will close its season Friday when it hosts Abbeville at home in district play.
South Lafourche routed the Morgan City Lady Tigers 79-38 in District 7-4A action in Cut Off Tuesday.
No individual Morgan City stats were available.
Morgan City (12-12, 1-3) will close its regular season Friday when it hosts Ellender in district play.
CCHS defeats CCA
The Central Catholic Lady Eagles routed Covenant Christian Academy 63-22 in nondistrict girls’ basketball action in Morgan City Mon-day.
The Lady Eagles led 16-2 after a quarter, 30-6 at halftime and 45-17 after three quarters.
Yani Johnson led Central Catholic with 21 points. Other Central Catholic scorers were Sydney Williams, nine; Laurielle Bias, eight; Jalaysia Bertrand, six; Lexi Landry and Madison Landry, five each; Bri Johnson, four; Rylie Theriot, two; and Kamille Lightfoot, Charlotte Callais and Caitlyn Picou, one each.
Central Catholic (10-17) will close its regular season Thursday when it travels to face Hanson Memorial in district play.
Morgan City High School’s Kerwin Francois’ steal and layup beat the buzzer as the Tigers topped South Lafourche 58-56 in Cut Off Tuesday.
With the win, Morgan City remains undefeated in District 7-4A with a 3-0 mark.
In Tuesday’s contest, South Lafourche led 18-16 after a quarter, but Morgan City outscored the home team 21-12 in the second period for a 37-30 lead at halftime. Morgan City led 45-37 after three periods of play before South Lafourche outscored the Tigers 19-13 in the final period.
Francois and Jared Single-ton led Morgan City with 16 points apiece. Other Morgan City scorers were Nylan Francis, nine; Devonta Grogan, eight; Deondre Grogan, five; and Leo Gar-rett, three.
Morgan City (14-11, 3-0) will return to action Friday when it hosts Ellender in district play.
Lumberjacks top Erath
The Patterson Lumber-jacks eased by Erath 52-21 in District 8-3A action at Erath Tuesday.
Patterson led 10-4 after a quarter, 24-7 at halftime and 41-13 after three periods of play.
Kyler Paul led Patterson with eight points. Other Patterson scorers were Kai Schexnayder, Tyrone Tillman and Tron Clark, six points apiece; Randan Paul, Louis Jones and Austin Harden, five points apiece; Dillon Gunner, three; and Dajon Richard, Irvin Celestine, Elijah Williams and James Gash, two points each.
Patterson (15-9, 7-3) will return to action Friday when it hosts North Vermilion.
Kaplan tops Panthers
The Berwick Panthers fell to Kaplan 52-33 in District 8-3A action at Kaplan Tuesday.
Dayton Clark led Berwick with 17 points and pulled down five rebounds.
Berwick (3-22, 2-7) will re-turn to action Friday when it hosts Abbeville in league play.