Lady Comets take the win over the Hurricanes
LAPLACE — In girls’ basketball action, The St. Charles Catholic Lady Comets hosted the South Plaquemines Hurricanes on Thursday night and finished with a 60-33 victory.
The game started a little slow in the first quarter for the Lady Comets, but they soon found their groove. The team started to move the ball and play really hard against the Hurricanes. In the second quarter, the Lady Comets saw even more success and aggressiveness, outscoring the Hurricanes 15-5 to make the halftime score 25-12.
The Lady Comets returned from halftime and took the Hurricanes by storm! The team moved the ball offensively, rebounded on both ends, and truly capitalized on the Hurricanes’ mistakes. The Lady Comets pulled away from the Hurricanes in big fashion and made the score 41-23 by the end of the third quarter.
Making many key plays and capitalizing on fast break opportunities, the Lady Comets finished the game for the win with a score of 60-33. This big district win made their record 5-4, with a 2-0 district record.
Coach Dawn Gaubert was extremely proud of her team and said, “The girls hustled hard and were very aggressive tonight. Our team is young; we have one senior and one junior. The rest are young, with even one eighth grader, so I am very happy with their win tonight. They came out strong and wanting to win.”
The big contributors for Thursday’s game were Mya Brown with 26 points, Kaylee Brown with 15, Alyssa Hooge with 10, Kaitlyn Abair with six, and Maggie Powell with four. Congratulations, Lady Comets!
Next up on the schedule is a district game against Morris Jeff Community on Tuesday, Jan. 19, following by a Thursday, Jan. 21 district game against Isidore Newman.
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