MAMOU – Not even early foul trouble was enough to hinder the Iota Lady Bulldogs Tuesday.
Despite racking up 16 fouls in the first half alone, the Lady Dogs (29-3, 9-0) were able to jump out to a 41-24 advantage at the break before cruising to yet another District 5-2A victory over Mamou.
In all, Mamou shot 30 free throws on the night and made 21.
Allison Baggett paced the Lady Pios with 29 points and McKenzie Armand had 14. Mallory Faul pitched in eight points and was followed by Taylor Deville and Paige Soirez, five each; Dominiqua Thomas and Adalie Wriborg, four apiece; Anna Lege and Madison Smith, each three and Madison Meche and Brittany Johnson, each two.
The Lady Dogs will close out the regular season Friday when they travel to No. 7 Ville Platte for a 6 p.m. contest.
Midland Rebels 59
HATHAWAY – The Midland Rebels claimed no less than a share of the District 7-B title with a dominant victory over Hathaway Tuesday evening.
The Rebels (27-3, 8-1) took a commanding 18-4 lead in the first quarter and went on to outscore Hathaway 41-30 in the final three frames.
Darren Arceneaux and Chase Vincent led the Rebels with 14 and 12 points, respectively. Andrew Hains followed with 10 points; Jake Gautreaux and Cody Stutes each had eight; Alan Vondenstein had four and Traven Guidry scored three.
Midland can claim the outright league title with a victory over Grand Lake Friday.
Midland Lady Rebels 42
HATHAWAY – For three quarters, the Midland Lady Rebels gave Hathaway all it could handle Tuesday evening.
But the fourth quarter belonged to the Lady Hornets, who outscored the Lady Rebels 28-12 in the final eight minutes to earn the victory.
Midland fell to 9-25 overall and 0-9 in league play with the loss.
Bethany LeJeune led the Lady Rebels with 13 points and Katie Woods had nine. Haleyd Guidry and Nakia McZeal each added seven points; Melody Hebert had four and Kristen Breaux finished with two.
Northside Christian 99
STARKS – Northside Christian continued its winning ways with a crushing victory over Starks Tuesday in the Warriors District 7-C regular season finale.
The Warriors are now tied with Hackberry atop the league standings with one loss each. Those two teams will square off on Tuesday in Lacassine at 6 p.m. to determine the outright district championship.
In Tuesday’s game, the Warriors placed 13 players in the scoring column.
Joseph Trahan led the offensive charge with 20 points. Tracy Wilridge added 15 and was followed by Ben Rogers, 14; Kade Miller and Nicholas Zaunbrecher, 10 each; B.J. Starks, seven; Dylan King, six; Trent Martin, five; Nick Gotte, four; Jacob Boudoin, three; Jonathan Hermann and Ty Wilson, two; and Nathan Zeller, one.
The Warriors will play host to Gueydan Friday in their Homecoming game.