There weren’t many mistakes for the Brusly girls (10-13, 3-3) last Friday when they played the visiting West Feliciana High School Lady Saints (8-11, 2-4).
The Lady Panthers committed just one foul in the first half of the game, giving the Lady Saints two penalty shots (only one of which was made), scoring 33 points to lead at halftime 33-25. Alarice Stevens scored 10 in the second period alone.
The Lady Saints were shut down in the third period with Brusly’s defense allowing just one two-point shot, with Dricka Pierson and Caitlyn Williams continuing their scoring barrage with 14 points combined.
The Brusly girls slipped up a bit in the fourth period giving West Feliciana 12 penalty shots, but only half of those were made by the Lady Saints. Even if West Feliciana would have made all of the shots, it wouldn’t have been enough to overcome their 30-point deficit, and the Lady Panthers were victorious for the second time in a week with the 59-29 win.
The Brusly Panthers boys basketball team knocked off the visiting West Feliciana Saints, 64-48 in Friday's league test.
The high school swimming season has come and gone, but a Brusly standout made one more splash.
Nick Lee landed a first-team honor on the All-Metro Swim Team for the 2015 season,