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Dutchtown’s size too much for South Terrebonne in boys basketball

Dutchtown’s Nic Caldwell
SPORTS SCENE PHOTO/Peter Silas Pasqua

GEISMAR –  Dutchtown defeated South Terrebonne 76-60 on Tuesday behind a big second quarter from Nic Caldwell.

The Griffins (16-5), coached by Patrick Hill, led 13-9 after one quarter before pushing the lead to 37-17 at the half.

Caldwell finished with 31 points after posting 11 in the second frame. Gary Smith added 14.

 

 

 

Boys Basketball

Ascension Catholic 60, Kentwood 49

Kentwood 15 13 9 12-49

Ascension Catholic 11 13 15 21-60

SCORING: KENTWOOD: E. Magee 19, T. Hookfin 12, L. Cooper 7, C. Dyson 5, D. Cooper 2, J. Diamond 2, A. Holden 2; ASCENSION CATHOLIC: Jamil Pruxillo 17, Demarco Harry 15, J’mond Tapp 10, Demontray Harry 9, Jamar Barber 4, John Mire 2, Nick Hilliard 1

3-POINT GOALS: KENTWOOD 1 (L. Cooper); ASCENSION CATHOLIC 6 (Demarco Harry 3, Truxillo 3)

Records: Ascension Catholic 11-6

Plaquemine 65, Lutcher 44

Plaquemine 15 15 23 12-65

Lutcher 8 11 16 10-44

SCORING: PLAQUEMINE: DT Wicks 23, KJ Barber 16, H. Thomas 9, J. Provo 5, D. Russ 4, B. Wicks 4, A. Martin 2, J. Mitchell 2; LUTCHER: A. Butler 21, K. Banks 7, J. Scott 7, M. Patterson 4, B. Bowser 4, R. Dale 2

3-POINT GOALS: LUTCHER 3 (Butler)

Records: Plaquemine 16-11

Girls Basketball

McKinley 62, Dutchtown 44

Dutchtown 12 8 10 14-44

McKinley 21 17 13 11-62

SCORING: Dutchtown: A. Cain 17, A. Scott 9, Z. Harleaux 8; McKinley: E. Lafayette 18, B. Tate 16, C. Wren 12

3-POINT GOALS: Dutchtown: 1 (C. Cain); McKinley (E. Lafayette 2, M. Brown, J. Froman)

Ursuline 52, Donaldsonville 36

Donaldsonville 8 8 6 14-36

Ursuline 11 11 13 17-52

SCORING: Donaldsonville: J. Johnson 7, D. Harvey 7, Q. Bell 7; Ursuline: K. Nelson 15, K. Jackson 14, T. Williams 13

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