Ruston High School’s boys went 2-1 in basketball action held at the Paul Millsap Classic which was hosted recently by Grambling High School.
The Bearcats of Head Coach Chris Bush won over New Living Word 60-36 and Grambling High 53-37 while losing to Monroe Carroll High 67-58.
Pacing the way in the win against Grambling High were Jerry Melton (16 points, five rebounds), Jamaya Burr (14 points, three rebounds, five assists), Deterrial Samuel (nine points, five rebounds) and Raheem Regis (five points, five rebounds).
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Think about this when you’re searching for a “feel good” story in college football and, specifically, at Louisiana Tech University.
Four years ago, Stephen Warner was simply hoping to get an opportunity to play at the college level.
Nothing more, nothing less.
Despite being an All-State selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as an offensive lineman and an integral part of Ruston High School’s offense, Warner received only a sampling of feelers from collegiate coaches.