She recorded a quadruple double, which is double-digit stats in four different categories.
Knight had 22 points, 12 steals, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
The feat has only been accomplished once in Division I women’s basketball by Arkansas State’s Sonja Tate back in 1993. Current Women’s National Basketball Association star Tameka Catchings recorded arguably the most impressive stat line in women’s basketball in high school with a quintuple double at Duncanville High School in Texas in 1997. Catchings had 25 points, 18 rebounds, 11 assists, 10 steals and 10 blocks.
CCHS is now 3-0 with wins over Class 4A Morgan City (1-1) and Assumption (5-2) and the win over 5A Terrebonne (4-2) was the second game in a row the Lady Eagles hit the 90-point mark in a game.
The Lady Eagles are No. 4 in the first edition of the LHSAA’s unofficial power rankings, but that doesn’t take into ac-count the wins this past week.
Lumberjills dominate Grand Isle
Patterson’s girls’ basketball team started the Panther Invitational with a convincing 48-18 win over Grand Isle (1-2) on Thursday.
Claudia Fine had nine points, nine steals and two rebounds; Chynna Williams had eight points, four steals and three re-bounds; Brianna Gray had eight points; Tala Johnson had six points; Kassandra Merritt had five points and two steals; Nakia Brooks had three points; Kaisha Kinchen had four steals and two points; and Erika Barthelemy had two points.
The Lumberjills (1-3) will continue tournament play today and Saturday with opponents to be determined.
Lady Tigers beat CHNI
Morgan City’s girls’ basketball team beat Catholic High of New Iberia on Thursday, 41-38, to start the Panther Invitational in Berwick.
The tournament continues today with Berwick’s girls taking on Sara Reed at 3:30 p.m. and three other girls’ games are set for this afternoon at Berwick Junior High School.