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Basketball scores

By Chris & Laurie Mueller



The DeQuincy Tiger basketball team played host to Welsh last week in the season finale for the Tigers. Frank Foxall scored 12 points in the 87-30 loss. The Greyhounds will represent district 4-2A as district champion for the second year in a row. The Tigers end the season with a 1-22 record.

Jennings 59, South Beauregard 58 - Caleb LeBlanc scored 17 points for the Golden Knights. Hayden Gunter chipped in 12 points and DJ Hardwick and Jordan Vince added 11 points each.


The road to the girls basketball state tournament at Burton Coliseum got under way last week with the opening round of the playoffs.

South Beauregard 72, Livonia 34 - Sissy Saucier led the Lady K's with 22 points. Ashlynn Derouen added 13 and Allie Ramsey scored 12 points. The #4 Lady K's hosted #13 Brusly in the regional round on Monday.

Starks 53, St. Joseph 43 - Leading scorers for the Lady Panthers were Wendy Gillet, 12 points; Casey Simon, 11 points; and Abigail Barks, 10 points. The #10 Lady Panthers traveled to #7 Calvin on Monday for a regional matchup.

Singer entered the playoffs as the #5 seed in Class C, thus drawing a bye in the first round. They hosted #12 New Living Word in the regionals on Monday.

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