The victory sent the Lady Dogs to 23-3 overall and 4-0 in District 5-2A play.
“To not shoot well and still score 83, points...that’s scary,” said Iota coach Stan Baggett, whose team was well below its season average on 3-pointers with three. “But we played great on defense. Our defense is really kicking in and we’re causing a lot of problems for people.”
The Lady Dogs recorded a season-high 21 steals on the night, most of which they turned into easy baskets in transition.
Iota scored 45 points in the first half while limiting the Lady Green Demons to just 13.
The reserves took the court for the majority of the second half and went on to oustcore Mamou 38-15.
Allison Baggett led the Lady Dogs with 17 points, including 10 in the first quarter. Dominiqua Thomas and Taylor Deville also hit double figures with 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Adalie Wriborg added nine points; Jillian Boone and Caroline Hebert each scored seven; Anna Lege had five; McKenzie Armand, Mallory Faul and Clarissa Waldrep each had four; Madison Smith and Paige Soirez each had two and Madison Meche had one.
The Lady Dogs return to action Tuesday when they play host to No. 8 Ville Platte at 6 p.m.
Iota’s boys made it a clean sweep with a 59-57 victory over Mamou but statistics from that game were not available at press time.
MIDLAND – The Midland Rebels continued their tear through District 7-B play with an easy victory over Hathaway Friday night.
The Rebels (23-2, 4-0) took a 31-21 lead at the half before outscoring the Hornets 17-6 in the third quarter.
Hathaway’s Dylan Augustine scored eight of his team-high 20 points in the fourth quarter as the Hornets outscored the Rebels 16-12 in the final frame.
Andrew Hains poured in 20 points to lead the Rebels. He was followed by Darren Arceneaux and Alan Vondenstein with 13 and 12 points, respectively.
Jake Gautreaux pitched in seven points, Cody Stutes scored four, Michael Primeaux had three and Chase Vincent had one.
Midland Lady Rebels 41
MIDLAND – The Midland Lady Rebels fell behind early and never recovered in a losing effort against Hathaway.
The Lady Hornets took a 20-12 lead at the break and outscored the Lady Rebels 30-29 in the second half.
Melody Hebert led the Lady Rebels with 10 points. Haley Guidry followed with eight and Katie Woods had seven.
Also scoring for Midland were Tori Craigen with six points, Bethany Lejeune and Maci Romero with four each and Kristen Breaux with two.
Both the Rebels and Lady Rebels will be in action on Tuesday when they travel to Grand Lake for another league showdown.