It’s been a triumphant season for the New Roads girls’ basketball team, which has a 13-5 record.
Recent results include a 57-48 loss to St. Anthony, followed by wins over Ribet Academy (47-41), Philobos (43-24), Price (35-28), and Animo (41-27).
Nayomi Stefanos is averaging 16.9 points per game, Cailynn West 10.2, and Isis Grills 9.6.
It’s been a successful season at St. Monica too, where the boys have a 15-6 record and the girls are 14-9.
The Mariner boys had a 79-14 romp over Environmental Charter of Lawndale, then scored a 72-67 win at Cantwell before losing to first place Cathedral, 62-48.
The girls won their last three games, defeating Environmental Charter, 69-15, Mary Star 71-48, and St. Bernard, 53-39.
Cory Laguardia is averaging 14.1 points per game and Kaitlin Wilcox 14.0. Laguardia leads the team in rebounds and Leslie Flores is the assists leader.
The Palisades High boys have a 20-4 record but were defeated by Westchester, 74-56. Although Pali is having an outstanding season, it has lost to both Western League powerhouses, Westchester and Fairfax.
The Palisades girls are 11-9 following Western League losses to University, 49-40, and LACES, 40-39.
The Santa Monica High girls followed a rare Ocean League loss to Inglewood with three wins, defeating Beverly Hills, 52-44, Culver City, 56-44, and Ayala, 77-55. The team is 16-4 overall.
Santa Monica’s game at Morningside Friday, January 25 was cancelled due to a power failure and is scheduled to be made up this week.
The Brentwood girls evened their league record at 3-3 in a 66-43 romp over Calvary Chapel. Jasmine Duckworth had 28 points and 10 rebounds and Alexsa Grant produced 18 points and 16 rebounds.
The Brentwood girls lost a league game to Pacific Hills, 70-48, despite 22 points by Jasmine Duckworth.