Varsity + Junior Varsity + Eighth Grade
vs. St. Joseph's Academy
|Date:||December 9, 2017|
|Location(s):||Chapelle High School|
Chapelle High School
JV vs. Karr: (December 12) JV moved to 2-0 with a 16-12 win over Karr. Brooke Whelan’s (’22) free throw in the last seconds gave the Cubs a 4-point cushion, sealing the victory. Bailey Schexnaildre (’22) led all scorers with 10 points. Taylor Laforge (’20) scored 3 points for the cubs while Abby Barbaro (’22) chipped in with 2.
vs. Karr: (December 12) Varsity will enter into exams on a high note after a 52-20 win against Karr at home. In a game that saw the Cubs give up only one point in the 3rd quarter, Jordan Berry (’19) and Amelia Troutman (’21) came away with 6 steals each. Offensively, it was a complete team effort as the Cubs scored 24 baskets on 15 assists. Meagan Bickmann (’19) and Rebecca Quick (’21) tallied in 4 assist each. Berry also finished with 18 points while Taylor Wilkins (’21) chipped in 10 points and Troutman scored 8.
CHAPELLE TOURNAMENT: (December 9) On Saturday, the Cubs pulled out a tough 48-47 win against St. Joe's Academy. Down 47-46 with under 20 seconds to go, Jordan Berry (’19) got fouled driving to the basket. The junior point guard sank both free throws giving the cubs a one point lead. On the ensuing possession, St. Joe's got a good look at a three that bounced off the rim and Amelia Troutman (’21) snatched the rebound sealing the fate of the game. Berry led the cubs with 17 points on 41% shooting. Ali Christoffersen ('18) added 8 points and 7 rebounds. Rebecca Quick ('21) came off the bench to give the Cubs 6 points and the lead at half time.
JV vs. Destrehan: (December 6) JV played their first game of the season this week and they came out with a 22-19 win. JV cubs were led in scoring by two 8th graders; Taylor Haggard (’22) with 7 points and Bailey Schexnaildre (’22) with 5 points. GO CUBS! #TOUGH
vs. Destrehan: (December 6) Varsity played their first home game of the season when Destrehan High School visited Milne. The cubs beat the wildcats in a game that saw nine cubs put points on the scoreboard. Jordan Berry (’19) led the all scorers with 21 points; Taylor Wilkins (’21) added 12 points, while Miranda Strassel (’21) chipped in with 9 points. GO CUBS! #TOUGH
ST. MICHAEL'S TOURNAMENT: (Dec 1-2) Our Varsity Cubs went 1-1 when they traveled to the Baton Rouge area to participate in the St. Michael's Tournament. On Friday, the Cubs lost to a very seasoned Denham Springs team on their home court in Denham Springs. Taylor Wilkins ('21) led the Cubs' scoring effort with 12 points while Jordan Berry ('19) scored 8 points and Miranda Strassel ('21) chipped in with 8 points. On Saturday, the Cubs gave a complete team effort and were able to bounce back with a 7 point win versus a talented Glen Oaks team. Berry led the way with 21 points as Strassel came away with 10 points for the Cubs. Wilkins and Ali Christoffersen ('18) both chipped in with 5 points each. GO CUBS #TOUGH
@De La Salle: (November 29) Varsity traveled to De La Salle and came back with a 50-21 win. Jordan Berry (’19) led all scorers with 23 points, while Taylor Wilkins (’21) and Rebecca Quick (’21) chipped in with 10 points and 6 points. Amelia Troutman lead a strong defensive effort coming away with 4 steals. The team will travel to Baton Rouge this weekend for the Saint Michael’s Tournament. GO CUBS!! #TOUGH
URSULINE TOURNAMENT: (November 20-22) The varsity basketball team kicked off the official season during Thanksgiving break by participating in the annual Ursuline Academy Tournament. The team went 2-1 over the course of three days, beating Destrehan and Landry Walker while falling to Cabrini in an overtime thriller. Congratulations to Jordan Berry ('19) who was named to the All-Tournament team. Go Cubs! #TOUGH
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