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White: Lady Pels’ 21-point win over Woodlawn shows PAHS inconsistent

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Port Allen girls basketball coach Demetrius White often compares his team to a box of chocolates.

“When you open those individually wrapped pieces of chocolate, you don’t know which one you’ll get,” he said. “With these girls, I don’t know which team I’ll get on a given night – they might fire on all cylinders one night and look awful the next.”

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Déjà Vu

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The West Side rivalry continued into basketball season Friday as the Port Allen Pelicans basketball team (8-0) dominated the Brusly Panthers (6-2) for the second time this season by clinching a win over the Panthers of 80-62.

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Lady Panthers set higher expectations

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An attitude all about ambition and high energy could give the Brusly girls basketball team plenty of momentum this season, according to head coach Shaeeta Brown Williams.

Williams begins her second season as BHS head coach after a season that ended with a No. 32 seed in the Class 3A power rankings and a loss to top-seeded Ville Platte.

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Boudreaux optimistic about 2014 Panthers

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Brusly coach Harold Boudreaux hopes his team can reap the benefits of hard work.

A stringent workout schedule and competition in practice leagues dominated the offseason for the Panthers, who head into the 2014-15 season after a 13-13 finish and a regional-round playoff bracket last season, which marked the end of the post-season run after a loss to district rival University High.

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