Tensas Academy girls, boys both lose
Published 12:01 am Tuesday, January 24, 2012
ST. JOSEPH, La. — The Tensas Academy boys’ basketball team struggled to find offense Monday night against Central Hinds Academy.
Defense kept the Chiefs in the game and despite only scoring 16 points through three quarters they only trailed by nine points going into the final period. But Tensas was unable to mount a fourth-quarter comeback and fell 40-28 at home.
Tensas Academy ended the contest with two scorers in double figures. Blaine Fletcher had 11 points and Rush Capdepon finished with 10 points, but the two were unable to get help from their supporting cast to keep up with Central Hinds.
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Farrel Keahey was the Chiefs’ third leading scorer with four points. Jake Emfinger scored two points and Jack Hart added one point.
Tensas Academy will travel to face Wilkinson County Christian Academy Thursday.
Central Hinds girls 37,
Tensas Academy 16
The Central Hinds girls’ basketball team got off to a blazing start against the Tensas Academy girls Monday night.
The Lady Cougars jumped out to a 17-2 lead by the end of the first quarter and cruised to a 37-16 victory over Tensas Academy.
Madison Keyes was Tensas Academy’s leading scorer with five points. Melanie Netterville scored four points for the Lady Cheifs and Hali Matthews scored three points. Bailey Keyes and Taylor Vinson both chipped in with two points each.
Mary Hale was the leading scorer in the contest for Central Hinds with 11 points.
The Lady Chiefs will face WCCA Thursday night.