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Kittens feature balanced scoring in win over RHS

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Photo by TONY VALENTINO Former Grambling High School and Louisiana Tech University star Paul Millsap (left) had his prep jersey retired during the Kittens’ tournament earlier this week. GHS Principal Sandra Boston (right) helped recognize Millsap, now with the NBA’s Utah Jazz, during ceremonies held on the final night of the tourney.

GRAMBLING — Four players scored eight or more points to help guide Grambling High to a 60-50 victory over Ruston High in the final round of the inaugural Paul Millsap Classic.
Pacing the Kittens to overall victory No. 12 against four losses were Chauncey Wiley with 15 points, Brauhnye Turner with 13 points and LeCordez White and Deon Dade with eight points each.

Wiley also had a game-high 10 assists and Turner was the top rebounder with 10.
Ruston High got a 23-point effort from Jerry Melton and eight points from Patrick Hall.

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