PREP ROUNDUP — Indians’ effort pays off against Lions
The Port Neches-Groves Indians took advantage of a slow start by the host Livingston Lions in the first quarter to stay ahead and take a 57-50 win back home.
Head coach Kara Skinner says the Indians showed better effort on rebounding and positioning after good practice the day before, which paid off.
Mollee Priddy put up 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists to lead the Indians. Maylin Stampley scored 14 points and had three steels, while Shelby Letulle recorded seven points and two assists and Harlie Cowart added five points and seven rebounds.
The Indians (3-7) will next travel to play in the Evadale Tournament beginning Thursday, Dec. 5.
LCM 45, Nederland 35 (Mon.)
The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Bears defeated the Nederland Bulldogs on Tuesday in Orange 45-35.
Kailey Showalter scored the best for the Bulldogs with 11, followed by Maggie Baker and Ava Wiltz with six. Chelsea Perry lead the Bears with 12 points, Christina Joseph scored 10 and Brittney Wyatt scored six.
The Bulldogs (4-3) will next play at Deweyville at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Also Monday: The Memorial Lady Titans lost their game at Hardin-Jefferson, 90-28.
West Brook 76, PNG 39
The PNG Indians struggled to make points Tuesday, losing their home game against the West Brook Bruins.
Pearson and Shelton shared top scoring for the Indians with eight apiece. Ja’Quan Yates lead the Bruins by scoring 23 points, with Joseph Lucien adding 15 and Cameron Mickles adding 11.
The Indians (3-1) will attend the Nederland High School Bulldog Classic beginning Dec. 5.
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