High School Sports

Lady Jays fall to Gueydan

GUEYDAN – The Honey Bears exploded for a 21-5 second-quarter run as Gueydan rallied for a 56-46 win over St. Edmund Tuesday in a non-district clash.
The Lady Jays (3-3) opened the game with a 13-9 first quarter advantage.
Jill Simpson led SEH with six points in the period, while Mary Beth Lafleur chipped in a three-pointer.
Kendra Petry pushed in four points to lead Gueydan and teammate Ryleigh Istre drilled a three-pointer.
Gueydan (4-3) used its second quarter surge for a 30-18 halftime lead.

Bulldogs down Bobcats, 81-71

With the football team heading to the state semifinals, the Bobcats are short-handed on the basketball court.
But Eunice (1-3) managed to keep with in striking distance most of the game Tuesday night against Ville Platte (4-1) before the Bulldogs grabbed a 81-71 win.
Ville Platte started strong in the first quarter finishing with a 23-14 lead over the Bobcats behind the play of Tyler James and Jahmel Byers.
The Bobcats got their scoring from Divine Hampton, Kobe Doucet and Mykal Moore.

Bobcats, Bulldogs advance to semis

The Eunice High Bobcats overcame the Madison Prep Chargers as well as a thick fog that appered over Bobcat Stadium for much of the game on their way to a 41-12 victory, earning a semifinal spot in the Class 3A football playoffs.
The No. 2 Bobcats will battle No. 3 Kaplan at home Friday night as the Pirates earned a 22-12 win over No. 6 Lake Charles College Prep to advance.
The Bobcats used an interception by Javondre Edwards to take control in the early going of the contest.

Lady Jays run past Sacred Heart

VILLE PLATTE – St. Edmund went 2-1 in the Turkey Tournament as the Lady Jays rolled to a 48-30 win Wednesday night over the host Sacred Heart Lady Trojans.
St. Edmund jumped out to a 16-9 first quarter lead, sparked by four points from both Kinsley Marcantel and Rebecca Benoit along with three points from Tanzy Miller and Mary Beth Lafleur.
Amanda Bergeron led Sacred Heart with four points.
The Lady Trojans answered with a 9-6 second quarter run to close the gap to 22-18 at the break.
Blair Lafleaur hit four free throws to spark Sacred Heart.

Bobcats face Chargers in quarters

The Bobcats are in the quarterfinals for the first time since 2008 as No 2 Eunice will entertain No. 26 Madison Prep 7 p.m. Friday.
“It is always fun to practice during the Thanksgiving holidays.” Eunice head coach Paul Trosclair said. “We even have a pep rally today after practice so that will be fun.”
Trosclair said he is pleased with the Bobcats senior leadership and how the younger players progressed.
“It has been a good year as we advanced to the quarterfinals,” the coach said. “I hope we get to play some more.”

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