Crowley dumps Church Point; Rayne knocks off Notre
CROWLEY – The Crowley Gents closed out District 4-AAA play in dominating fashion Monday, rolling past Church Point, 91-37, at the Crowley Middle School gym.
The Gents improved to 20-7 overall and 9-1 in league play with the victory heading into Friday’s regular season finale at North Central. That contest is slated for 6 o’clock.
On Monday, Church Point provided little resistance to Crowley’s potent offensive attack. The Gents took a 37-10 lead in the first frame behind four 3-pointers from Therion Beverly and it didn’t get much better for the visiting Bears the rest of the game.
Crowley’s Jerrell Andrus poured in 12 points in the second frame to help lead the Gents on an 18-4 run to extend the lead to 55-14. He scored 10 of Crowley’s 21 points in the third quarter to help push the lead to 76-23.
The Gents closed the game out by outscoring Church Point 15-14 in the final eight minutes.
Andrus led all scorers on the night with 22 points. Beverly and Tuskani Figaro each had 12 and Donavon Morris chipped in seven.
Also contributing in the victory were Michael Harmon, Damon Malbrough and Henterrio Guidry with six points each; T.J. Clement, Kaleb Cormier, Donovan Montgomery and Dylan Montgomery with four each and D’Myrus Daniels and Thedrick Mouton with two each.
Devante Malveaux and Kenyon Guillory led Church Point with 12 and 11 points, respectively.
In other local action, Rayne defeated Notre Dame, 62-41, on the Wolves’ home court.
Rayne clinched second place in District 5-AAA with the victory, improving to 17-14 overall and 7-3 in league play. Notre Dame fell to 7-19 and 4-6.
The Wolves took a 30-9 advantage at the break and outscored the Pios 32-22 in the second half.
Dahron Ruffin and Michael Henry led the Wolves’ charge with 13 points each. Darrius Bonnom and Ryan Larry each scored in double figures with 12 and 10 points respectively.
Also doing damage for Rayne was Brock Nolan and Dannie Harmon with four points each and Freddie Broussard and Hunter Prejean with three each.
Notre Dame was paced by Taylor Thibodeaux’s 14 points. Kane Thibodeaux pitched in 10 points and Morgan Allen scored seven.
Also scoring for the Pios were Will Faulk with four points, Drew Trahan with three, Jesse Smith with two and Jeremy Smith with one.