Lake View Picks Up Win Over Lamar

The Lake View Wild Gators picked up a 71-49 win over the Lamar varsity boys basketball team in Lake View on Tuesday, January 7.
Lake View had a 10-point lead, 19-10, after the first quarter of play. By halftime, Lake View was up 39-24. After 3 quarters of play, the Wild Gators led 58-35.
Lake View’s Larry Inman and Marquise Johnson each had 15 points in the game. Larry Inman connected for seven 2-point baskets and 1 free throw. Jiqyele Reaves had 12 points including four 2-point baskets, one 3-point basket, and a free throw. Montrell Waters connected for four 2-point baskets and a 3-point basket for 11 points. DJ Bethea had 10 points on five 2-point baskets. Ja’Correus Ford had two 2-points baskets and sank 2 free throws for 6 points. Yahsher Grice garnered 2 points for the Wild Gators.
Lamar’s K. Miller led in scoring with 18 points on seven 2-point baskets, one 3-point basket, and a free throw. T. Dolford added 12 points on four 2-point baskets, one 3-point basket, and a free throw.
D. Depugh had four 2-point baskets for 8 points. D. Martin connected for 4 points on two 2-point baskets. N. Chavis connected for a 3- point shot. D Higgins and J. Dukes each sank a 2-point basket.
The Wild Gators committed 5 fouls in the first half and also in the second half. Lamar had 8 fouls in the first half and 5 fouls in the second half.
Lake View will travel to Dillon on Friday, January 10. Support your team.
The Lake View Lady Wild Gators picked up a 49-24 win over visiting Lamar on Tuesday, January 7, in Lake View in varsity basketball action. Lake View controlled the tip-off
Lake View was up 9-0 after the first period of play. By halftime, Lake View led 26-2.
The Lamar coaching staff and the players did not give up. However,
Lamar found themselves down 38-9 after 3 quarters of play. Lamar played the best quarter of play in the game in the final period scoring 15 points.
Lake View’s Gwendasia Page led the home team in scoring with 10 points followed by Ja’Niyah Waters with 9 points. Jaleyah Ford and
Kasi Page each had 7 points. Zan’Dasia McNeil connected for 6 points while Zaina Henburgh had 5 points. Mi’Lashia Wheeler scored 3 points, and Tianaa Hamilton garnered 2 points.
Lamar’s Q. Robinson scored 12 points while A. Gates connected for 7 points. M. Stephens had 4 points. J. Ham connected for a free throw.
Lake View committed 9 fouls in each half, and Lamar committed 6 fouls in the first half and 10 fouls in the second half.
Lake View will travel to Dillon on Friday, January 10.
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