Wildcats, Tigers stay hot on the court, DHS girls fall
The boys beat Higgins 62-38 last Friday, but only led 11-10 after the first quarter.
However, the Tigers (8-3) outscored Higgins 28-6 in the second quarter to jump out to a huge lead and secure the rout.
Like Hahnville, Destrehan has also racked up the wins so far this season. The Wildcats have fared well in a pair of tournaments and continued their winning ways by trouncing Woodlawn 62-41.
The Wildcats are now 12-3 on the season.
While the boys looked impressive on Friday, the Destrehan girls fell to Archbishop Chapelle 27-49.
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