GHS heads toward championship

If you haven’t taken notice the Grambling High School boys’ “Hoopsquad,” now might be a good chance to see what you have been missing.Jameion Kimble led Grambling High, as the No. 2 ranked Kittens (24-5) knocked off the Delhi Bears (22-7) in the LHSAA regional playoffs Tuesday night.

The final score was 68-54.

The Kittens led the whole game despite valiant efforts by the Bears’ Davion Overton, who led Delhi with 17 points, and 13 points from Dalvin Polly.

The win advances the Kittens winning streak to four games and propels them to a quarterfinal round contest against Varnado Friday night.

The Wildcats meet the Kittens after winning an exciting road game against Varnado.
Chauncey Wiley paced the Kittens with 16 points, five rebounds and six assists.

Junior G/F Brauhnye Turner also contributed a solid 14 rebounds while adding 10 points.

The Kittens will travel to Varnado Friday night for the quarterfinal matchup.

If victorious, they would earn a berth in the LHSAA annual, “TOP 28” state tournament in UL-Lafayette’s Cajundome March 9-13.