CHOUDRANT — The drought is over for Choudrant High’s boys.
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1. How does it feel to get another season started for the Bulldogs?:
Head Coach Sarah Dawson has received a quick, “impact statement” for her 2012 Louisiana Tech University softball team.
How about four solid games in last weekend’s LSU Tiger Classic in Baton Rouge, where Tech had a deceiving 1-3 record.
In addition to winning 4-2 over Penn State, the Lady Techsters pushed Big 10 toughie Michigan to the brink of defeats before being edged 5-4 and 7-6.
GRAMBLING — No. 2 seed Lincoln Preparatory School pulled away and never looked back Friday night in Class 1A boys basketball action at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.
The Panthers outscored Montgomery 26-6 in the opening stanza en route to a 67-26 win over the Tigers.
Chanse Robinson led Lincoln Prep with 19 points while adding nine rebounds and a steal.
The Panthers also received 15 points, four boards, four steals and a blocked shot from Tylan Dean while Kae Williams added seven points, 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocks.
Grambling Laboratory High School’s Class 1A playoff run ended Friday night as the Kittens fell to an old archrival — Southern Lab.
Southern Lab (25-7) built a 28-19 halftime advantage en route to a 76-56 win over the Kittens (23-9).
Kae Williams led Grambling with 23 points and 11 rebounds along with two steals while Tylan Dean added 16 points, eight rebounds and four steals for tke Kittens.
Southern Lab had three players in double figures — Dexter Dennis (19), Tyreon Payne (16) and Azharen Ernest (12).
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