Lakeshore’s girls were dominant against the young Lady Tigers, winning 10-0.
“We really didn’t have any chances on goal, Lakeshore kept up the pressure and just controlled the game,” MCHS coach Trevor Patterson said. “Lakeshore is a very good team, and I know they will be in the top five at the end of the season.”
The loss drops the Lady Tigers record to 0-2.
The boys fared better finishing tied 1-1.
Lakeshore scored in the first 20 minutes of play and, despite dominating possession, the Tigers didn’t break through for a tying goal until Sergize Flores scored in the last minute of play.
Tonight both teams will take on H.L. Bourgeois with the girls set for a 5 p.m. kickoff and the boys starting at 7 p.m.
Panthers fall in AES tourney
Berwick’s boys’ basketball team got its season under way on Monday with a 42-27 loss to tournament hosts Ascension Episcopal.
The Panthers took a 9-3 lead after a quarter, but AES stormed back to take a 22-10 lead at halftime. AES was able to steadily extend its lead and hold on for the win.
Palmer Cox led BHS with 10 points, Nick Canty had eight, Joe Francois had four, Nathan Baumgartner had three and Devin Tabor added two points.
Berwick (0-1) will face Delcambre today at 4:30 p.m. in its second game of the AES tournament.