Vidalia takes out Franklin Parish

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, November 29, 2006


staff reports

WINNSBORO, La. &8212; Thanks to a big second quarter, the Vidalia Vikings turned a close game into a rout as they defeated the Franklin Parish Patriots&8217; junior varsity team 88-58 Monday at the Franklin Parish Shootout.

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Four players for Vidalia (2-0) scored in double figures and 14 players wound up in the scoring column. The Vikings were led by Gary Stewart with 18 points.

Franklin Parish&8217;s JV squad played well against Vidalia in the first quarter and trailed just 16-15 at the end of the quarter. But a 31-11 advantage by the Vikings put the game away.

ACCS girls 48, Tensas 26

FERRIDAY &8212; The Lady Rebels opened up the Huntington Doubleheader by giving head coach Chuck Bauerle a win over his former team Monday afternoon.

ACCS used an 18-point second quarter to take a 30-13 halftime lead over the Lady Chiefs (2-6). Katie Anne Swinny led the Lady Rebels with 16 points. Kaitlen Emfinger led the Lady Chiefs with nine points.

Oak Forest girls 49, Huntington 37

FERRIDAY &8212; Two big quarters enabled the Lady Yellow Jackets to defeat the Lady Hounds Monday afternoon in the third game of the Huntington Doubleheader.

Oak Forest outscored Huntington 13-7 in the second quarter and 15-9 in the fourth quarter. Oliver (no first name given) led the Lady Yellow Jackets with 15 points. Leslie Wagoner led the Lady Hounds with 13 points.

Huntington boys 74, Oak Forest 46

FERRIDAY &8212; The Hounds jumped out to a 22-8 lead after one quarter of play and never looked back as they rolled to a big win over the Yellow Jackets at the Huntington Doubleheader Monday night.

Antonio Jordan led a balanced scoring attack for Huntington (2-1) with 18 points and Ricky Dunbar had 10 points. Mark Thompson led Oak Forest with a game-high 21 points.

Franklin County girls 56, Ferriday 44

FERRIDAY &8212; The Lady Trojans had no answer for Shareka Hunt, who scored a game-high 29 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs to a win Monday night.

Franklin County dominated Ferriday in the first quarter en route to a 23-10 lead. The Lady Trojans cut the lead to 10 points at halftime, but couldn&8217;t sustain the rally in the second half.

Latanya Williams had 13 points for the Lady Bulldogs. Jasmine Upchurch had 12 points and Briana Foster had 10 points to lead the Lady Trojans.

Franklin Parish girls 57, Vidalia 26

WINNSBORO, La. &8212; The Lady Patriots took control of this game early as they took a 15-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and cruised to a 31-point win over the Lady Vikings at the Franklin Parish Shootout.

J. Whitley led the Lady Patriots with a game-high 12 points. Erica Brown led the Lady Vikings (0-2) with eight points.