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Hanson’s Camille Baker grabs a rebound Tuesday at the Billy Gene Talbot Gymnasium.

Local high school sports - west end

Pellerin tosses 32 points to lead HMS over Bears
Carlie Pellerin tossed in a game-high 32 points as the Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers edged past the Gueydan Lady Bears 56-53 in District 7-A action Tuesday at the Billy Gene Talbot Memorial Gymnasium.
Pellerin connected on five treys, five deuces along with a perfect 7 of 7 free throws for 32 points while also collecting nine rebounds while dishing out six assists while also making four steals.
Camille Baker finished with nine points along with six rebounds, three assists and two steals.
A’Myrie Foulcard contributed nine points along with 17 rebounds (7 offensive, 10 defensive) and two steals.
Abby Dugas finished with 3 points, 1 rebound and one steal while Celia Bishop also tallied three points along with six rebounds and one assist to round out the scoring for the Lady Tigers.
The Hanson Memorial Lady Tigers went on a 16-10 third quarter spurt to gaining a 44-41 lead of which they did not relinquish. Gueydan jumped outfront by a 16-15 lead in the opening quarter. At the half, Gueydan increased its lead to a narrow 31-28 margin. Hanson enjoyed a 16-10 run in the third quarter for a 44-41 advantage. Both teams scored 12 points each as Hanson strolled away with the 56-53 District 7A victory to even its league mark at 1-1 on the season.
Lady Hornets win over Lady Tigers
LOREAUVILLE _ The Franklin Lady Hornets defeated the Loreauville Lady Tigers in District 7-2A action 55-35 Tuesday at the LHS Gym.
Franklin soared ahead by a 13-1 margin at the end of the first quarter before grabbing a 29-11 lead at the half thanks to a 16-10 second quarter flurry. Franklin led by 20 points at the end of the the third stanza at 44-24 before securing the 55-35 victory.
Leading scorers for the Lady Hornets were: Rontrinia Hawkins with 14 points (6 FGs and 2-2 FTs); Irulan Toussaint with 8 points (3 FGs and 2-4 FTs); Aaliyah Smith with 8 points (4 FGs); Sta’trail Butler with 7 points (1 FG and 5-6 FTs); Makhia Fernandez with 7 points (3 FGs and 1-1 FT); Antoinazia Jack with 5 points (1 FG and 1 3FG); Alkia Robinson with 4 points (2 FGs); and Teiylar Leon with 2 points (1 FG).
Leading Loreaville was T. Thomas with 20 points (4 FGs, 3 3FGs, and 3-6 FTs).
The Lady Hornets will host Delcambre on Friday. for Senior night Game time is 5:30.
CHS pegs victory over VC Eagles
CENTERVILLE Drayvn Guilbeau, Jaylon Williams and Treyven Guilbeau all scored in double figures, lifting the Centerville Bulldogs to a 2-0 District 7-A victory over the Vermilion Catholic Eagles Tuesday at the CHS Gym.
Centerville went on a strong second half surge to rally past VCHS by a final score of 68-49. The Bulldogs jumped ahead by a 22-15 lead in the first quarter before Vermilion Catholic benefited from an 18-10 second quarter run for a narrow 33-32 bulge at the half. Centerville went on a 19-7 flurry in the third quarter, taking a 51-40 advantage. Down the stretch, Centerville flexed its muscles behind an 18-9 run on the way to the 68-49 victory.
Drayvn Guibeau led Centerville with a game-high 19 points on seven floor shots and 5 of 5 free throws while Jaylon Williams pumped in 17 points on three treys, one deuce, and 6 of 9 freebies. Treyvn Guilbeau struck for 14 points, canning two treys, a pair of deuces and 4 of 6 charity shots.
Rounding out the scoring for Centerville were: Marquis Strawder 7; Trevondre Burris, 6; Kobe Randolph, 4 and Ryan Young, 2.
Franklin soars over Loreauville
Kim Michael Provost led five Franklin players in double figures as the Hornets soared past the Loreauville Tigers 100-25 Tuesday in District 7-2A at the LHS Gym.
Provost bagged 17 points while Zy’Quan Webber tossed in 15 with Travis Zeno pumping in 14 while J’Micheal Gray and Kylan Peters contributed 12 each as Franklin reeled off its eighth straight District 7-2A victory.
Franklin caught fire from the opening tip with a 27-0 first quarter run before going on a 25-16 flurry in the second half for an insurmountable 52-16 advantage at the half. After three quarters, Franklin padded its cushion with a 22-2 spurt for a lop-sided 79-18 advantage. Franklin iced away its league-leading 7-0 District 7-2A victory by a final score of 100-25.
Provost pumped in five treys and one deuce for a game-high 17 points while Webber made good on a pair of treys and four deuces and 1 of 6 free throws for 15 points. Zeno connected on four field goals, including two treys along with 4 of 6 free throws. Gray made good on five field goals, including one from behind the three-point arc and 1 of 1 free throws while Peters drained six field goals for his 12 points.
Rounding out the scoring for the Hornets (14-9, 7-0) were: Zavuis Webber, 8; Malik King, 7; Brayden Ward, 7; Gharin Stansbury, 5 and DaShawn LaRode, 3.
Nathan Butler led Loreauville with nine points.
Franklin will play host to Delcambre on Friday in District 7-2A action.
Wolfpack 52-43 over Delcambre
BALDWIN Javon Robertson and Taylun Druilhet finished with 19 and 17 points respectively, leading the West St. Mary Wolfpack to a 52-43 District 7-2A win over the Delcambre Panthers Tuesday at the West St. Mary High School Gymnasium.
Robertson led the Wolfpack in scoring with his game-high 19 points while Druilhet stuck for 17. Daylon Richard tossed in seven points with James Polidore scoring four while Cahyvion Alexander and Jackyric Roberson bagging two points each.
K. Comeaux and H. Frederick led Delcambre with 13 and 11 points.
Gueydan slips past HMS
The Gueydan Bears slipped by the Hanson Memorial Tigers 55-50 in District 7-A action Tuesday at the Billy Gene Talbot Memorial Gymnasium.
Cameron Istre led the Bears with 15 points while Trip Hanks added 11.
Brian Sonnier paced the Hanson Memorial Tigers attack with 16 points, Braden Loustalot scored 13, Bryson Colbert tallied 11, Koby Boudreaux bagged 6 and Alex Luchitz tossed in 2.


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