The 22nd annual Don Stahl Memorial Tournament tipped-off Wednesday night at Lakeside with several Webster Parish schools in action. Here are the results.
The Lakeside Warriors got into trouble against a long, athletic Haynesville team, falling by 17 to the Tors.
“I have to give them a lot of credit,” Lakeside head coach Jason Gould said. “They forced us into a lot of turnovers and we were not shooting the ball very well tonight.”
Jalen Gould led the Warriors with 12 points, including two, 3-pointers. Djimon Lard had eight points, Monte Willis had 11 points and Chase Mitchell had seven points.
The Warriors will take on Minden, Thursday, at 8 p.m.
The Doyline Panthers showed no mercy, jumping on the Minden Crimson Tide and sending them to the loser’s bracket with a 72-49 loss.
The Panthers got up-and-down the court all night, pushing the pace and also taking advantage of a sizeable advantage in the paint.
“I thought our guys did a better job of distributing the ball tonight,” Doyline head coach Michael Normand said. “We did a decent job of contesting shots on defense. Coach Shaw does a great job and I’m sure after some of his football guys return they will be very good, as usual. It’s always nice to get a win over a parish rival, now we’ve got to see if we can continue to get better.
Jatavion Jackson and Tyreck Wilson tied for the team lead in scoring with 15 points, followed by Desmond Jackson with 13 points including three 3-pointers.
Doyline will take on Haynesville in the winner’s bracket on Thursday.
Lady Tiders 54
St. Mary’s 36
The Minden Lady Tiders got their first win of the new season with a convincing, beatdown of St. Mary’s.
The Lady Tiders controlled the game from the opening tip, surging to a 13-7 first quarter lead.
“I thought our defense set the tone for the game,” Lady Tider head coach Jacob Brown said. “We wanted to push the pace and play as fast as we could, but also under control. We missed some opportunities throughout the game, but overcame that and faced adversity well.”
Sha’Terra Batton led the Lady Tiders with 23 points, followed by Tiaga Pugh and Bre Rogers with 12 points each.
The Lady Tiders will face the Evangel Lady Eagles, Thursday, at 6:30 p.m.
Lady Tors 52
Lady Warriors 30
The Lakeside Lady Warriors fell by 22 points against the Haynesville Lady Tors.
Chelsea Mays and Kelly Willis led Lakeside with six points, Allison Lofton had five and Jamaya Jackson added four points.
“There were just too many mistakes tonight for us to recover from,” Lady Warrior head coach Tavasha Anderson said.