Sports

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

LaGrange sweeps Eunice

It was a crucial sweep for St. Edmund Tuesday night as the Lady Jays and Blue Jays both earned District 5-1A wins over Westminster Christian Academy.
It was a defensive struggle early in the girls’ game before the Lady Jays rolled to a 54-15 win.
Samantha Turnage scored the game’s first points for WCA (10-16, 1-3), but the Lady Jays answered with a 6-0 run aided by three free throws from Savannah DeVillier, a layup by Mary Beth Lafleur and a free throw by Anna Belle Fontenot.
St. Edmund outscored WCA 8-2 in the second period to take a 14-4 lead into the locker room.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

St. Ed’s cruises past Sacred Heart

VILLE PLATTE – Facing a hostile environment in rival territory, St. Edmund grabbed a sweep over Sacred Heart of Ville Platte.
The Lady Jays used a strong defense and a fourth quarter offensive surge to earn a 45-35 District 5-1A win over the Lady Trojans.
SHVP (11-13, 3-1) had control of the game early, but St. Edmund’s Savannah DeVillier battled under the basket to push in all the Lady Jays’ first seven points.
A trey by Olivia Hernandez and a bucket from Carley Cloud gave the Lady Trojans a 13-7 lead heading into the second period.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

North Central sweeps St. Ed’s

North Central proved its District 5-1A dominance with a double header sweep over St. Edmund.
The Lady Hurricanes (15-6, 2-0) cruised for an 81-30 win over the Lady Jays (9-11, 0-1) in a key district contest.
The Lady Jays kept the game close early trailing 8-6 after a jumper by Tanzy Miller, two free throws from Kinsley Marcantel and a bucket by Rebecca Benoit.
The Lady Hurricanes answered with an 11-0 run before Greta Miller hit two free throws and Savannah DeVillier added another to close the first quarter gap to 19-9.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

Indians run past Eunice

The district struggles continued for Eunice High as Washington-Marion earned a sweep Friday night.
The Lady Indians (5-13 overall, 2-1 in District 4-4A) jumped out to a 10-4 first quarter lead, sparked by seven points from Makenzie Tillman.
Shanyia Toussaint pushed in three points and Olivia Thibodeaux added a free throw for the Lady Cats’ first period points.
Eunice regrouped for a 16-9 second period surge as the Lady Cats grabbed a 20-19 advantage at the intermission.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

St. Ed’s splits wins with Plainview

The Lady Jays hung tough with fourth-ranked Plainview for three quarters.
But the Lady Hornets out scored St. Edmund 20-8 in the final period to grab a 52-38 win.
The Lady Jays opened strong with a 5-2 first quarter surge, sparked by buckets from Rebecca Benoit and Tanzy Miller.
Three free throws by Savannah DeVillier pushed the Lady Jays ahead, 7-3.
Plainview’s Mackenzie Willis and Lady Jay Mary Beth Lafleur exchanged treys and DeVillier followed with a drive in the lane.
Kinsley Ashworth answered with an inside bucket for the Lady Hornets.

Pages

Eunice Today

465 Aymond St.
Eunice, LA 70535
Phone: 337-457-3061
Fax: 337-457-3122