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  • 2020 -2021 Season

    Comets Advance to Semifinals

    Center Mya Brown scored 17 points and point guard Kaitlyn Abair 16, and St. Charles Catholic fought off Newman in the final two minutes to edge the Greenies 35-34 in a Division III quarterfinals game Thursday in LaPlace.

    The victory sends No. 4-seeded St. Charles Catholic (12-5) to the state semifinals next week against No. 1 Lafayette Christian, which routed No. 9 Notre Dame 65-10.

    “This is the first time in school history that we've reached the semifinals, and we won district for the first time this year,” said Comets coach Dawn Gaubert, whose team also beat Newman 39-36 in a District 11-2A regular-season game at St. Charles Catholic. “We managed to stay together as a team. We fought for it. We wanted it.”

    Guard Talia Parnes led No. 5 Newman with 16 points, and senior point guard Trinity Williams scored 14.

    “At the end of the game, we had opportunities,” Greenies coach Tracy Blackerby said. “I'm proud of my girls for fighting. At the end of the day, (St. Charles) finished better than we finished.

    “We had a handful of missed layups and opportunities right at the end that make a big difference in a one-point game.”

    The Greenies (15-8) trailed 35-30 with 2:21 left after Brown scored on a putback. However, Parnes sank a pull-up jump shot just right of the lane with 1:52 left. She hit another pull-up jumper, this time from the right baseline with 55.2 showing, cutting the margin to one.

    Newman played fiercely on defense and had chances in the final seconds. With 34.6 seconds left, guard Lindsey Bain missed a 12-foot baseline jumper. Then, Greenies forward Madison Herbert made a steal with 28 seconds left, but Williams missed a shot in the lane with with 20 seconds showing.

    Newman got one last chance when Bain knocked the ball away from Abair dribbling with 11.6 seconds left. Williams brought the ball up and attempted to drive, but there didn't appear to be a lane. She wound up missing a 16-foot contested jumper with 1.4 seconds left.

    “At the end of the game, we didn't execute what we wanted to do,” Blackerby said. “Early in the game, we gave up too many offensive rebounds and second-chance points, and that was something we'd focused on.”

    St. Charles led 17-14 at halftime behind Abair, who scored eight points, and Brown, with five. However, the score was 25-25 at the end of the third quarter and 27-27 at 6:44 of the fourth. Abair then sank jumpers in the lane on consecutive trips for a 31-27 lead at 4:56.

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    Junior Kaitlyn Abair  

    Comets Win District Championship

    The Lady Comets came away with a victory over St. Mary’s Academy 71-66 in double-overtime. The leading scorers of the night were Mya Brown with 22, Alyssa Hooge with 19, Kaitlyn Abair with 10, Kaylee Brown with 12 and Maggie Powell with several rebounds. With this win, the Lady Comets clenched the district undefeated. The State Tournament bracket will be announced on Monday, February 15 - stay tuned for information on the first playoff game.

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    Weekly Roundup (1/20)

    The team lost a tough game to Dunham on January 13 but rallied back on Thursday, January 14 with a big win in district. The team defeated South Plaquemine by a score of 60-33. Contributing to the score was Mya Brown with 26 points, Kaylee Brown with 15, Alyssa Hooge with 10, Kaitlyn Abair with 6, and Maggie Powell with 4. The Lady Comets traveled to Morris Jefferson on January 19 and returned to LaPlace with another district victory by a score of 37-6. Mya Brown led the team with 16 points, Kaylee Brown with 6, Alyssa Hooge with 5, Kaitlyn Abair with 4, and contributing with 2 points each were Mikayla Penton, Samantha DeFrancesch, and Maggie Powell.
    Join us on January 21 at SCC gym when the Lady Comets will take on Newman at 5 pm. Future games are January 22 at Ascension Catholic, January 25 and 28 at home vs Einstein Charter and Fisher, respectively.
     
    Sophomore Mya Brown

    Weekly Roundup (1/13)

    The team lost a tough game to Dunham on January 13 but rallied back on Thursday, January 14 with a big win in district. The team defeated South Plaquemine by a score of 60-33. Contributing to the score was Mya Brown with 26 points, Kaylee Brown with 15, Alyssa Hooge with 10, Kaitlyn Abair with 6, and Maggie Powell with 4. The Lady Comets traveled to Morris Jefferson on January 19 and returned to LaPlace with another district victory by a score of 37-6. Mya Brown led the team with 16 points, Kaylee Brown with 6, Alyssa Hooge with 5, Kaitlyn Abair with 4, and contributing with 2 points each were Mikayla Penton, Samantha DeFrancesch, and Maggie Powell.
     
    Come support the Lady Comets on January 21 at SCC gym when they take on Newman at 5 pm. Future games are January 22 at Ascension Catholic, January 25 and 28 at home vs Einstein Charter and Fisher, respectivel
     
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    Lady Comets Defeat Dutchtown

    On January 6, the team defeated Dutchtown by a score of 39-33. January 11, the girls traveled to McGehee and shut down the Hawks by a score of 62-22.  The Lady Comets were led by Mya Brown with 22 points; contributing to the win were Kaitlyn Abair with 17 points, Alyssa Hooge with 13 points, Kaylee Brown with 8 points, and Maggie Powell with 2 points. Way to go Ladies!
     
    The team is back in action at SCC on Wednesday, January 13 at 5 pm vs Dunham and Thursday, January 14 at 6 pm vs South Plaquemines. 
     
    sophomore Mya Brown

    Lady Comets Defeat Haynes Academy

    The Lady Comets defeated Haynes Academy in a thrilling win on Monday. The final score was 46-40. Top scorers were Mya Brown 15 pts, Alyssa Hooge 12 pts, Kaitlyn Abair 10 pts, and Kaylee Brown 9 pts. The team will be back in action Dec 15 at Chapelle and at SCC on Dec 17 vs St. James. The team will participate in the Walker Tournament on Dec 18 & 19. Best of luck Ladies!
     
    Students and Century Club members are welcome to attend home games for basketball; 20-30 fans will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis or until capacity is reached.
     
    junior Kaitlyn Abair

    Lady Comets Open 2020-2021 Season

    The Lady Comets opened up their season on December 8 in Comet gym. They fought hard and came out with a win. They defeated Northlake Christian with a score of 30-10. The top scorers of the game were Junior Kaitlyn Abair and Sophmore Mya Brown. The team consists of seven members with one senior, Alyssa Hooge. Coaches are Erin Remondet and Dawn Gaubert. Congratulations to the ladies on their first win and we wish them good luck for a great season.

    "I was so excited to play in the first game of the season. It was against the team that knocked us out of the playoffs so all we wanted to do one win. We worked very hard and put in a good amount of effort which allowed us to come out with a win!!" -Senior Alyssa Hooge

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    2019-2020 Season

    Lady Comets Finish 2019-20 Season

    The Lady Comets finished their regular season with a 15-7 recored. They participated in the LHSAA playoffs as #5 seed and defeated McGehee 48 to 14 in the regional round. Unfortunately, they fell short to Northlake Christian in the quarterfinals. The final score was 42-67. Kaitlyn Abair (sophomore) scored 24 points, Mya Brown (freshaman) scored 12 points, Alyssa Hooge (junior) scored 4 points, and Mallory Fernandez (senior) scored 2 points. Many of the players made one of the following all district teams. Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair made 1st team all district and Freshman Mya Brown made 2nd team all district. Seniors Kelly Campbell and Mallory Fernandez along with Junior Alyssa Hooge made honorable mention team all district. Congratulations on a great season ladies. We are proud of you!

    Lady Comets Defeat McGehee in their First Playoff Game

    The Lady Comets had an exciting victory in their first playoff game at home. The score was 48 to 14. Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair lead the team by scoring 17 points. Freshman Mya Brown also contributed by scoring 10 points. Junior Alyssa Hooge and Senior Kelly Campbell both scored 7 points along with Mallory Fernandez (senior) who scored 6 points. They will play their second playoff game Thursday, February 27, away at Northlake Christian. Good luck ladies! Bring home a win!

     

    Senior Kelly Campbell

    Lady Comets Will Play First Playoff Game

    The Lady Comets will be playing their first playoff game on Wednesday, February 19. They will be playing against McGehee School at home. The game will begin at 5:30. All Comet fans are encouraged to come out and support the team. Admission for students to get into the game is $5 while others are $7. Goodluck to the ladies, and we hope to come out with a win!

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    Lady Comets Defeat St.John Plaquemine

    On Wednesday, February 12, the Lady Comets deafeated St.John Plaquemine. Freshman Mya Brown scored 17 points leading the team to victory. Senior Kelly Campbell and Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair both scored 8 points along with Junior Alyssa Hooge who scored 3 points. This was a very exciting and close game between the two teams. The final score was SCC 36 and St.John Plaquemine 35. The Lady Comets hard work payed off. Keep up the good work ladies.

    Senior Kelly Campbell

    Lady Comets Defeat St.Mary

    The Lady Comets had an exciting win over St. Mary with a score of 57 to 49. They worked very hard to come out with this win. Freshman Mya Brown scored 20 points which put the Lady Comets ahead. Kaitlyn Abair (sophomore) scored 19 points which also contributed to their win. Junior Alyssa Hooge scored 14 points along with Seniors Kelly Campbell and Mallory Fernandez who both scored 2 points. Keep working hard ladies! Their next game will be away on Wednesday, February 12 at St. John in Plaquemine.

    Senior Kelly Campbell

    Lady Comets Defeat McGhee

    On Friday, February 7, the Lady Comets held their senior night where they honored Mallory Fernandez and Kelly Campbell the two seniors on the team. They came out with a win defeating McGhee was a score of 46 to 15. Freshman Mya Brown led the team by scoring 15 points along with Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair who scored 13 points. Kelly Campbell scored 8 points and Mallory Fernandez scored 7. Junior Alyssa Hooge also contributed to the game by scoring 3 points. Their next game will be home on Monday, February 10 at 5:00. All Comets fans are encouraged to come support the team!

    Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair

    Lady Comets Defeat Cohen

    This week the Lady Comets had an exciting win over Cohen Prep. They won with an exciting score of 57 to 13. Freshman Mya Brown scored 20 points leading the Lady Comets to their victory. Junior Alyssa Hooge scored 14 points along with Senior Mallory Fernandez who scored 11 points. Kaitlyn Abair (sophomore) also helped the team by scoring 10 points and Kelly Campbell (senior) scoring 2. They are working very hard this season! Their next game will be Friday, February 7 at home for senior night.

    Junior Alyssa Hooge

    Lady Comets Defeat Morris Jefferson

    Congratulations to the Lady Comets on their win over Morris Jefferson this week. They defeated Morris Jefferson with a score of 44 to 10. Leading the team with scoring 12 points was 9th grader Mya Brown. Senior Mallory Fernandez who scored 10 points also helped lead the team to their victory. Kelly Campbell (Senior) and Kaitlyn Abair (Sophomore) both scored 8 points. Junior Alyssa Hooge scored 6 points. Keep up the good work ladies! Their next game will be on Thursday, February 6 against Cohen.

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    Lady Comets Defeat Fisher

    Senior Mallory Fernandez

    The Lady Comets traveled to Fisher on Thursday, January 16 and brought home a win. Freshman Mya Brown led the Lady Comets to their victory scoring 16 points. Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair scored 15 points and Junior Alyssa Hooge scored 11 points. The final score was 51 to 14. They have been working very hard this season! Their next game will be at S. Plaquemine on Monday, January 27.

    Lady Comets Defeat Newman

    The Lady Comets traveled to Newman on Tuesday, January 14, and defeated the Greenies with an exciting score of 61 to 35. Leading the Lady Comets scoring 25 points was Kaitlyn Abair (Sophomore). Freshman Mya Brown also helped lead them to victory scoring 24 points. Junior Alyssa Hooge scored 8 points. "We overall played a great game and we can't wait to play many more" says junior Alyssa Hooge. Their next game will be at Fisher.scored 8 points. "We overall played a great game and we can't wait to play many more" says junior Alyssa Hooge. Their next game will be @ FisherSeniors Kelly and Mallory

    Weekly Roundup (1/7/20)

    The Lady Comets had a very successful week defeating all of their oponents. They traveled to St. Scholastica and won by a score of 35 to 25. Mya Brown (Freshman) helped lead the team to a victory with 18 points. Kaitlyn Abair (Sophomore) was a big help scoring 12 points. They also traveled to Dunham and won with a score of 35 to 15. Alyssa Hooge (Junior) and Kaitlyn Abair (Sophomore) both scoring 13 points each helped the Lady Comets dominate. Mya Brown (Freshaman) also helped scoring 7 points. When they played home against West St John, they won with the exciting score of 50 to 29. Alyssa Hooge (Junior) and Mya Brown (Freshman), both scoring 16 points put the Lady Comets on top. They will travel to Newman on Monday, January 13 for their next game.

    Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair

    Weekly Roundup (12/17/19)

    The Lady Comets traveled to SCI Academy and came out victorious by a score of 48 to 40. Top scorer was Mya Brown (Freshman) who scored 22 points. The following top scorer was Kaitlyn Abair (Sophmore) who scored 15 points. They also won against Central Lafourche with the score of 36 to 32. Top scorers for this game was Kelly Campbell (Senior) scoring 12 points and Alyssa Hooge (Junior) scoring 10 points. Unfortunately, they fell short against Country Day, but put up a good fight.

    Senior Kelly Campbell

    Weekly Roundup (12/6/19)

    Congratulations to our Varsity Lady Comet Basketball team on their win against West St John on Tuesday, December 3. The Lady Comets defeated West St John 52-31. Top scorers were Sophomore Kaitlyn Abair who scored 19 points, and Freshman Mya Brown who scored 22 points. The lady comets were assisted in their win by Junior Alyssa Hooge (5 points), and Seniors Kelly Campbell and Mallory Fernandez who both scored 3 points.  "This game was very fun to be apart of. We worked together and played as selfless players, which allowed us to come out with a victory" said Junior Alyssa Hooge.

    On Wednesday, December 4 the Lady Comets traveled to Central Lafourche to take on the Trojans, but unfortunately came up short. Freshman Kaitlyn Abair was again a top scorer for the Lady Comets. They will be ready to face Haynes Academy on Monday, December 9th in their home gym.

     Senior Mallory Fernandez

    2018-2019 Season

    2018-19 Season Overview

    Our Comet Girls had a tremendous year that went all the way to Playoffs. Good job girls!

    Ursuline

    The Comets played against Ursuline Academy on Monday, February 18. The girls made multiple steal and rebounds, but the girls played a rigorous game and sadly lost 70-23. This playoff game was their last game for the 2018/2019 season. The girls wanted to thank all of their Comet fans. 

    Davis Thibodaux

    Congratulations to the Lady Comets for their 55-47 win in their first playoff game against David Thibodaux!! Leading Scores were Shelby Britt with 16 points, Kaitlyn Abair with 14 points, and Mya Brown and Mallory Fernandez both with 9 points. Alyssa Hooge also made a huge effort on defense with 7 steals. The girls will play in the second round of playoffs Monday at Ursuline.

    Go Comets!!

    De La Salle

    The girls played a close game against De La Salle suffering another lost by only 2 points, 53-55.As of now, they're placed 20th out of 22 in their class. SCC is rooting on our girls as they enter their Playoff game in Lafayette. The game on February 14th will be at 6pm.

    St. James (Senior Night)

    Our Comet Girls' Basketball team had their Senior Night on January 31. The four basketball seniors, Shelby Britt, Da'Jon Branch, Saige Clark, and Kehara Hill were all recognized for their great participation this year. The gym was filled with bright smiles and proud family members.

     The girls played against St. James High School at 5:00. The girls lost 53 to 48. It was a close game. The Comets worked very hard on their Senior Night. The top three scorers that night were Mya Brown with 15 points, Kaitlyn Abair with 12 points, and Shelby Britt with 11 points. The girls worked very hard.

    Academy of Sacred Heart

    The girls began their District games with a nice win against Academy of Sacred Heart:

    Congratulations to our Lady Comets! On Thursday, January 24th, the girls won against Sacred Hart with the score being 56 to 20. Mallory Fernandez had the high score of 22 points! Mya Brown scored 10 points! Jada Armant completed 5 steals and Da'jon Branch completed 7 steals. The girls shined bright on the court that night. Great job girls! 

    Haynes Academy

    Lady Comets worked hard competing against Haynes Academy on January 29It was a close game ending in 52-42. Mya Brown and Kaitlyn Abair had many steals and rebounds within the game. Shelby Britt successfully made a 3-pointer. Kaitlyn Abair also made 87% of her free throws. Alyssa Hooge made multiple defensive rebounds throughout the game. 

    Donaldsonville

    The results for the Donaldsonville game on Tuesday, January 15th weren’t as fortunate.  The girls took a lost, 41-72.  Although the score was disheartening, the girls continued to fight until the very last second… Shelby Britt made a buzzer shot, showing that the Lady Comets were still going to continue to fight until the end.  Mallory Fernandez made 4 out of 6 free throws.  Saige Clark had a 50% free throw percentage this game.  Shelby Britt total 2 out of 3 free throws and totaled 13 points for the game.  Mya Brown totaled 8 points, and Kaitlyn Abair scored 9 points. 

    St. John

    Congratulations to the team! They played St. John on Friday, January 11th and won their first home game! Final score: 58-57!  What a close game!  The Lady Comets shined bright in the end.  The game was won by dominating the boards.  Mya Brown totaled 12 rebounds; Kaitlyn Abair totaled 8.  The team had a free throw percentage a little less than 50%, which they aim to improve to at least 80% for the next district games.  Shelby Britt and Mallory Fernandez successfully made one 3-pointer each.  Mallory scored 15 points, Alyssa Hooge scored 4, Kaitlyn Abair scored 23 points.  Mya Brown scored 13 points.  Excellent work on Friday!

     Ascension Christian 

    Congratulations to the girls’ basketball team!  They played Ascension Christian on Wednesday, January 9, and won their first JV game!  Final score: 27-2!  The underclassman played awesome defense and played as a team offensively.  Mya Brown totaled 8 rebounds and 12 points.  Kaitlyn Abair totaled 3 steals, 4 rebounds, and 5 points.  A’Donijah Mills had 3 successful assists.  Great job for the first JV game! 

    The varsity team ended up with a difficult loss on Wednesday, losing by only two points, 48-46.  The previous home game on December 13 against Ascension Christian resulted in a 47-32 loss.  What an improvement in less than a month!  The girls played extremely hard, and it was an exciting and emotional game. Fans were on the edge of their seats as the last minute of the game was filled with SCC steals, free throws, fouls, and timeouts to attempt to stop the clock and gain the advantage.  Kaityln Abair was the leading scorer with 13 points and played man-to-man defense against their senior and number one scorer.  Shelby Britt and Mallory Fernandez successfully made two 3-point shots each.  Mya Brown scored 8 points.  Saige Clark scored 4.  Jada Arment played outstanding defense against the senior and leading scorer of Ascension Christian. Jada helped create several essential turnovers when the SCC girls ran a full-court press.  Good job, ladies!

     

    The Church Academy

    The SCC girls’ basketball team has come a long way from Day 1. They traveled to Baton Rouge on December 7thand lost to The Church Academy 50-28. The starting five did an excellent job, and it was a close game until the second half. The team is looking forward to playing in the Walker Tournament this weekend on December 15. Their game against Zachary is at 10:20 AM at Central High School in Baton Rouge. There is also a game against Belaire beginning at 2:20 PM at Broadmoor. Senior Shelby Britt is leading the team in most points scored per-game for the Lady Comets. Following Britt is Junior Mallory Fernandez. 

     The girls also had a tournament this weekend, December 14. the girls lost against the teams they played. 

    Central Lafourche

    The Lady Comets played their first home game November 20, 2018. The girls lost against Central Lafourche with the final score being 41-64. The top scorer was Shelby Britt with 10 points.

    The girls will be having another game on December 4. It will be a home game at 5pm

    Science Academy 

    The Lady Comets dominated the court again against Science Academy. The girls won the game 37-31. It was a tough game, but the Comet girls the prevailed.

    Pope John Paul II

     Congratulations to our Comet girls start to a great season! On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, the girls played against Pope John Paul II High School and won 59-5. The top scorers of the night being Senior Shelby Britt with 17 points, Sophomore Alyssa Hooge with 16 points, and Senior Dajonique Branch with 11 points. The team expressed their happiness foe winning their first game of the season. The Comet girls really dominated the floor.

    Comet Girls Finish The Season 

    The End of the Season:

    The Comets played against Urseline Academy on Monday, February 18. The girls made multiple steal and rebounds, but the girls played a rigorous game and sadly lost 70-23. This playoff game was their last game for the 2018/2019 season. The girls wanted to thank all of their Comet fans. 

    Lady Comets Win Their First Playoff Game

    Congratulations to the Lady Comets for their 55-47 win in their first playoff game against David Thibodaux!! Leading Scores were Shelby Britt with 16 points, Kaitlyn Abair with 14 points, and Mya Brown and Mallory Fernandez both with 9 points. Alyssa Hooge also made a huge effort on defense with 7 steals. The girls will play in the second round of playoffs Monday at Ursuline.

    Go Comets!!

    Girls are Getting Ready for Playoffs

    Girls are getting ready for the Playoffs game scheduled February 14th. Right now, the anticipating playing David Thibodaux High School in Lafayette, La. David Thibodaux is the 13th ranked team in the class. 

    The girls played a close game against De La Salle suffering another lost by only 2 points, 53-55.As of now, theyare placed 20th out of 22 in their class. SCC is rooting on our girls as they enter their Playoff game in Lafayette. The game on February 14th will be at 6pm.

    The Lady Comets' Senior Night

    Our Comet Girls' Basketball team had their Senior Night on January 31. The four basketball seniors, Shelby Britt, Da'Jon Branch, Saige Clark, and Kehara Hill were all recognized for their great participation this year. The gym was filled with bright smiles and proud family members.

     

    The girls played against St. James High School at 5:00. The girls lost 53 to 48. It was a close game. The Comets worked very hard on their Senior Night. The top three scorers that night were Mya Brown with 15 points, Kaitlyn Abair with 12 points, and Shelby Britt with 11 points. The girls worked very hard.

     

    The next game will be at De La Salle for 6pm. This game will be their last District game before Playoffs. They are looking forward to the Playoff games.

    Weekly Roundup: District Games

    The girls began their District games with a nice win against Academy of Sacred Heart:

    Academy of Sacred Heart

    Congratulations to our Lady Comets! On Thursday, January 24th, the girls won against Sacred Hart with the score being 56 to 20. Mallory Fernandez had the high score of 22 points! Mya Brown scored 10 points! Jada Armant completed 5 steals and Da'jon Branch completed 7 steals. The girls shined bright on the court that night. Great job girls! 

    Haynes Academy

    Lady Comets worked hard competing against Haynes Academy on January 29It was a close game ending in 52-42. Mya Brown and Kaitlyn Abair had many steals and rebounds within the game. Shelby Britt successfully made a 3-pointer. Kaitlyn Abair also made 87% of her free throws. Alyssa Hooge made multiple defensive rebounds throughout the game. 

     

    The Girls Basketball team will be having their Senior Night game on January 31st at 4:45, and their last game before Playoffs at De La Salle High School for 6pm on February 5th.

    Weekly Roundup January 15

    Congratulations to the team! They played St. John on Friday, January 11th and won their first home game! Final score: 58-57!  What a close game!  The Lady Comets shined bright in the end.  The game was won by dominating the boards.  Mya Brown totaled 12 rebounds; Kaitlyn Abair totaled 8.  The team had a free throw percentage a little less than 50%, which they aim to improve to at least 80% for the next district games.  Shelby Britt and Mallory Fernandez successfully made one 3-pointer each.  Mallory scored 15 points, Alyssa Hooge scored 4, Kaitlyn Abair scored 23 points.  Mya Brown scored 13 points.  Excellent work on Friday!

     

    The results for the Donaldsonville game on Tuesday, January 15th weren’t as fortunate.  The girls took a lost, 41-72.  Although the score was disheartening, the girls continued to fight until the very last second… Shelby Britt made a buzzer shot, showing that the Lady Comets were still going to continue to fight until the end.  Mallory Fernandez made 4 out of 6 free throws.  Saige Clark had a 50% free throw percentage this game.  Shelby Britt total 2 out of 3 free throws and totaled 13 points for the game.  Mya Brown totaled 8 points, and Kaitlyn Abair scored 9 points. 

     

    The girls play home tonight.   Come and cheer on the team as they play Ursuline at 5:00PM.  Tuesday, January 22, the girls play against Lusher at 4:30PM.  Thursday, January 24, they play Scared Heart at 5:00PM.

    Weekly Roundup January 10  

         .  Congratulations to the girls’ basketball team!  They played Ascension Christian on Wednesday, January 9, and won their first JV game!  Final score: 27-2!  The underclassman played awesome defense and played as a team offensively.  Mya Brown totaled 8 rebounds and 12 points.  Kaitlyn Abair totaled 3 steals, 4 rebounds, and 5 points.  A’Donijah Mills had 3 successful assists.  Great job for the first JV game! 

    The varsity team ended up with a difficult loss on Wednesday, losing by only two points, 48-46.  The previous home game on December 13 against Ascension Christian resulted in a 47-32 loss.  What an improvement in less than a month!  The girls played extremely hard, and it was an exciting and emotional game. Fans were on the edge of their seats as the last minute of the game was filled with SCC steals, free throws, fouls, and timeouts to attempt to stop the clock and gain the advantage.  Kaityln Abair was the leading scorer with 13 points and played man-to-man defense against their senior and number one scorer.  Shelby Britt and Mallory Fernandez successfully made two 3-point shots each.  Mya Brown scored 8 points.  Saige Clarkscored 4.  Jada Arment played outstanding defense against the senior and leading scorer of Ascension Christian. Jada helped create several essential turnovers when the SCC girls ran a full-court press.  Good job, ladies!

    Next week, the girls play all home games.  Come support the team and cheer them on!

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    1/15/2019 Donaldsonville 5:30 Home
    1/17/2019 Ursuline 5:30 Home

    Weekly Roundup December 6

    The SCC girls’ basketball team has come a long way from Day 1. They traveled to Baton Rouge on December 7thand lost to The Church Academy 50-28. The starting five did an excellent job, and it was a close game until the second half. The team is looking forward to playing in the Walker Tournament this weekend on December 15. Their game against Zachary is at 10:20 AM at Central High School in Baton Rouge. There is also a game against Belaire beginning at 2:20 PM at Broadmoor. Senior Shelby Britt is leading the team in most points scored per-game for the Lady Comets. Following Britt is Junior Mallory Fernandez. 

    The girls also had a tournament this weekend, December 14. the girls lost against the teams they played. 

    Their next game is at Central Lafourche at 4:00pm and St. Katherine Drexel on the 21st at 5:00pm. Both games are away.

    The Lady Comets Start the 2018/2019 Season 

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    Central Lafourche

    The Lady Comets played their first home game November 20, 2018. The girls lost against Central Lafourche with the final score being 41-64. The top scorer was Shelby Britt with 10 points.

    The girls will be having another game on December 4. It will be a home game at 5pm

    Science Academy 

    The Lady Comets dominated the court again against Science Academy. The girls won the game 37-31. It was a tough game, but the Comet girls the prevailed.

    Pope John Paul II 

     Congratulations to our Comet girls start to a great season! On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, the girls played against Pope John Paul II High School and won 59-5. The top scorers of the night being Senior Shelby Britt with 17 points, Sophomore Alyssa Hooge with 16 points, and Senior Dajonique Branch with 11 points. The team expressed their happiness foe winning their first game of the season. The Comet girls really dominated the floor.

    2017-2018 Season

    Season Overview 

     The Lady Comets basketball team had a great season ending with a record of 16-10. The Lady Comets competed in the second round of playoffs against St. Thomas More. The Comets faced a tough loss with the score of 31-28. Leading scorers of the game were Caroline Julian and Jori Bryant with 8 points each. Following was Heaven Mamou with 5 points, Tyler Lennix with 4 pionts and Plyar Zeringue with 3 pionts. 

    The Comets take down their rival.

    Academy of Sacred Heart:

    The Lady Comets defeated Academy of Sacred Heart 54-39. The top scorer of the game was Senior Tyler Lennix with 18 points.

    Ursuline:

    The Lady Comets lost to Ursuline 63-24.  

    Haynes:  

    The Lady Comets Basketball had a tough lost against Haynes 56-58. The Comets fought hard and went in to double overtime. The top scorer of the game was Senior Pylar Zeringue with 22 points.

    St James:

    The Comets had a tough lost over St. James 52-48.

    De La Salle:

    The Lady Comets had an exciting win over De La Salle 43-26. The top scorer of the game was Senior Caroline Julian with 15 pionts.

    Houma Christian:

    The Lady Comets had an upsetting lost againts Houma Christian 56-24.

    Riverside

    The Lady Comets celebrated senior night on Friday February 9th.  After the lost against Houma Christian the lady comets had an exciting victory over Riverside 59-37. The top scorer of the game was Senior Jori Bryant with 17 points. 

     The Lady Comets will host St. Thomas More on Monday February 19 at 5:00 pm.

    Lady Comets Win in the New Gym

    The Lady Comets have won three of their last four games including a big win over Lusher in their first game in the new Comet gym.

    In recent games the Lady Comets fought hard and came out with the win against St. Scolastic Academy 37-33. They also defeteated Maurepas 44-27. The Lady Comets also lost a game 53-23 to Donaldsonville.

    After the Donaldsonville loss the Comets showed great grit with a huge bounce back win aginst Lusher 49-23 to go 1-0 in the brand new Comet gym. Pylar Zeringue was the leading scorer with 15 points.

    Senior Pylar Zeringue's thoughts on the past few games: "Maurepas- We played a good game. We knew we had execute our offense and defense properly to come out with a victory and that's what we did. We played strong till the end and came out with the victory."

    St. Scholastica- "We knew it was going to be a close game. We knew we had to fight and be tough on defense. Our defense is what won our game. Jori Bryant helped us out big time on defense to come out with that victory."

    Donaldsonvillle- "This was our first district game, but we did not come ready to play. Every flaw through our defense to offense was shown throughout the game. This was the worse game we played all season. This loss will only motivate us to work harder and fight back stronger and make us better."

    Senior Jori Bryant's thoughts on the first game back "home" against Lusher: "It felt great to finally be back home.  The atmosphere was insane and we appreciated all the support from the past and present Comets.  After a tough loss to Donaldsonville, we knew that we had to come out stronger and play better, and I think that we achieved that."

    The Comets will host Sacred Heart Friday night at 5 pm in the new gym. The JV game will start at 4 pm.

    Holiday Round-Up

    Walker Tournament 

    The Lady Comets participated in the Walker tournament on December 16th. The Lady Comets competed against Woodlawn and Central. The Comets went 0-2. They lost to Woodlawn 37-32, and Central 48-40.    

    St. Katharine Drexel

    The Lady Comets Defeated St. Katharine Drexel 56-53. The top scorer of the game was Pylar Zeringue with 22 points.  

    St. Amant

    The Comtes had a competive win against St. Amant 35-31. The top scorer of the game was Caroline Julian with 13 points.    

    Mentorship Academy

    The Lady Comets defeated Mentorship Academy 46-40. Tyler Lenix lead the scoreres with 15 pionts. Behind her was Jori Bryant with 13 pionts, Pylar Zeringue with 10 points, and Caroline Julian and Heaven Mamou with 4 points.

    St. John 

    The Lady Comets Basketball had a tough lost againts St.John 42-40. The Comets fought hard and went into overtime. Pylar Zeringue was the top scorer with 12 points.

    Dunham 

    The Lay Comets lost to Dunham 38-36. The top scorer was Heaven Mamou with 12 points. 

     The Lady Comets record is now 10-5. The Lady Comets are back in action on January 9 at Maurepas. 

    Comets defeat Lutcher 49-45

    The Lady Comets defeated Lutcher 49-45 Tuesday, December 12, on the road. After trailing for most of the game the Comets rallied for 18 fourth quarter points to pull off the win. The top scorers of the game were Caroline Julian with 14 points, Heaven Mamou with 13 points, Jori Bryant 9 points, Pylar Zeringue 7 points, and Tyler Lennix 6 points. 
    Assistant Coach Tommy Julian said "We overcame a sluggish first half start. With our speed and an attacking defense in the second half, we created some turnovers with more defensive pressure allowing for some easy buckets on the offensive end of the court."  
    The Lady Comets will participate in the Walker Tournament on Saturday, December 16th and on Friday, December 22, the Lady Comets will host St. Katherine Drexel at Regala Gym at 1:00 p.m. 

    Weekly Roundup December 11

    The Lady Comets participated in the Central Lafourche Tournament finishing 2-1. They competed against Morgan City, Central Lafourche, and H.L. Bourgeious. Heaven Mamou was the lead scorer with 32 pts. Senior Plyar Zeringue's thoughts about the tournament "Morgan City- The game was neck and neck and a tad bit rough the first half, but came out a stronger team the next half and fought hard and came out with a victory. 
    Central Lafourche- It was a good game. They were a lot like our team. We knew we had to do stop them and we did. It was a tough battle but it was a big game to win because they were 5A. 

    H.L. Bourgeious- We didn't come out ready for this game. We didn't play the way we should've. It was a tough loss because we knew we were better than what we showed and because they were very beatable."

    The Lady Comets defeated Covenant 46-14. The top scorers of the covenant game were Heaven Mamou with 13 pts. and Pylar Zeringue with 12 pts. The Lady Comets also defeated Church Academy 34-22. Pylar Zeringue and Caroline Julian leading the scores with 11 pts. each and Heaven Mamou with 10 pts. and Tyler Lennix with 2 pts. 

    The Lady Comets start the 2017 season 3-0.

    Science Academy

    The Lady Comets were well prepared for the fist game of the season, and were on fire defeating Science Academy 52-25. According to Senior Pylar Zeringue "It was the first home game of the season and we wanted to start the season off strong. We came out aggressive and focused to start the season off with a 1-0 record and ran our offense and defense very efficiently." 

    Pope John Paul 


    The Lady Comets came out with a lot of intensity beating Pope John Paul 58-49. Senior Pylar Zeringue said "We went into the game knowing it wasn't going to be easy, but still struggled a little bit in the first half. We were behind at half time,  but came out a whole different team and fought back during the second half and ended up winning."

    Covenant Christian 

    The Lady Comets dominated the Lions 46-14.Assistant Coach Tommy Julian said "The girls played good solid defense on a night their shooting was off. With the lead, we were able to secure, we were able to get every valuable playing time that can only help us as the season progresses."

    2016-2017 Season

    Pope John Paul:

    The Lady Comets fell short to Pope John Paul in overtime during their first game of the season with the score being 29-27. The lead scorers of the game were Pylar Zeringue, Caroline Julian, and Tyler Lennox with seven points. Heaven Mamou had 10 rebounds leading the team. Pylar Zeringue and Heaven Mamou had three assist.

    Ascension Catholic: 

    The Lady Comets defeated Ascension Christian on Wednesday November 30th at home. The final score of the game was 54-46. Caroline Julian was the top scorer with 20 points. Jori Bryant led with seven rebounds and Pylar Zeringue with five assists

    Central Lafourche

    The Lady Comets traveled to Central Lafourche on Saturday, December 3rd. The Comets beat the Trojans 37-26. Pylar Zeringue was the lead scorer with 14 points. In addition, Heaven Mamou led with nine rebounds, and Caroline Julian with five assists.

    South Terrebonne     

    The Comets were on the road against South Terrebone, and they fell short by 39-21. Pylar Zeringue was the leading scorer with seven points. Tyler Lennox made six rebounds, six points, and one assist.

    De La Salle

    The Lady Comets played home against De La Salle on Thursday December 8th coming out with a win 17-9. Kayla Johnson was the top performer with six points, three rebounds, and one steal.

    The Dunham School

    The Lady Comets beat The Dunham School 38-30 on Monday, December 12th. Jori Bryant was the top performer with seve
    n points, nine rebounds, and three steals. Heaven Mamou, Pylar Zeringue, and Caroline Julian each scored a total of eight points.

     Lutcher

    The Comets played against the Lady Bulldogs at home winning 41-33. Pylar Zeringue was the lead scorer with 11 points, Jori Bryant lead in rebounds with seven, and Heaven Mamou had three assists.

    Walker Tournament:

    The Lady Comets beat Capitol Senior 47-32 and fell short to Saint Scholastica Academy 27-22 in the Walker Tournament on December 17th. The top performer of the tournament was Pylar Zeringue with a total of 20 points, 16 rebounds, six assists, and eight steals for both games.

    Lake Area New Tech

    The Lady Comets beat Lake Area New Tech 39-30 Decemebr 22nd on the road, and the Comets beat them at home 46-21 on December 28th.   The top performer for the away game was Jori Bryant with nine points, six rebounds, one assist, and two steals. Pylar Zeringue lead in stats for the home game with 15 points, two rebounds, four assists, and three steals.

    Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy

    The Lady Comets traveled to Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy and won 58-22 on December 29th. Pylar Zeringue scored the most points with 15, Kayla Johnson had nine rebounds, and Tyler Lennox had two assists.

    Pope John Paul II Academy

    The Lady Comets hosted Pope John Paul II Academy on Friday, December 30th. The Comets fell short by a score of 37-22. Jori Bryant had 10 points, seven rebounds, two steals, and two blocks.

     The Dunham School

    The Comets played home vs The Dunham School winning 34-27 on Wednesday, January 4th. The top performer was Jori Bryant with six points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals. Heaven Mamou was the lead scorer with10 points followed by Pylar Zeringue with eight points.

    Metairie Park Country Day School:

    The Lady Comets fell short after a close game with the Cajuns with a final score of 31-29. Pylar Zeringue was the lead scorer with 18 points. Heaven Mamou had nine rebounds, and Jori Bryant had two assits.

    St. Mary’s Academy Cougars:

    The Comets lost against St. Mary Cougars by 35-28 on Tuesday, January 17TH. Pylar Zeringue was the top performer with nine points, four rebounds, one assist, and four steals. Jori Bryant had four steals, and Heaven Mamou had six rebounds.

    West St. John

    The Lady Comets played away against West St. John on Friday, January 20th. They had a close game, but fell short 30-25. The top performer was Pylar Zeringue with nine points, three rebounds, and three steals. Heaven Mamou had nine rebounds.

    Riverside Academy:

    The Lady Comets traveled to defeat Riverside Academy 41-37 on Wednesday, January 25TH. The Top Performer was Heaven Mamou with eleven points, seven rebounds, one assist, and two steals. Pylar Zeringue was the lead scorer with thirteen points.

     Country Day:

    The Lady Comets beat Country Day Cajuns 36-32. Heaven Mamou was the top performer with twelve points and seven rebounds. Caroline followed close behind Heaven with scoring ten points.

    Haynes Academy For Advanced Studies:

    The Comets beat Haynes Academy behind a great defensive effort with a score of 37-25. The top performer was Pylar Zeringue with fourteen points, nine rebounds, two assists, and three steals.

     

    Riverside

    The Lady Comets fell short to the Rebels after a close game 36-34. Jori Bryant had ten points, 12 rebounds, one assist, and two steals. Caroline Julian was the top scorer with 11 points.

    St. Mary Academy

    The Comets had another close game falling short by 35-33 to St. Mary Academy. Pylar Zeringue was the top performer with 11 points and five steals. Heaven Mamou had nine rebounds and Caroline Julian had 12 points.

    West St. John

    The Lady Comets beat West St. John 35-22 on Tuesday, February 7th. Jori Bryant was the top performer with ten points, 11 rebounds, and four assists. Pylar Zeringue also scored ten points. Heaven Mamou was followed close to Byant with having nine rebounds.

    St. Amant

    The Lady Comets hosted St. Amant on Thursday, February 9th. They had a very close game, but fell short by 27-26. Heaven Mamou had a good game with scoring 10 points, seven rebounds, and one assist. Jori Byant had nine rebounds, and Pylar
    Zeringue had seven points.

    Belle Chasse

    The Comets played their last regular season game winning by 43-14. Jori Bryant had 10 points, Kelly Campbell had three rebounds, and Heaven Mamou had two assists. Kelly Campbell and Pylar Zeringue both scored seven points.

    The Lady Comets finished their regular season seeded 7th. They will have a bye for the first round of playoffs, and will play in regionals Monday, February 20th at 6PM against The Dunham School here at SCC. The Comets have defeated Dunham twice with scores of 38-30 and 34-27. If they advance to quarterfinals they will be playing Lee Magnet on February 23rd. Good Luck Lady Comets!

    The Lady Comets played in the 2nd round of playoffs on Monday, February 20th. They ended their season after a hard fought loss against The Dunham School 44-43 in the last few seconds. The Comets had a record of 15-10. Coach Kathy says "Whenever a new coaching staff comes into a program there
    are always new expectations placed on players. I believe our girls adjusted well and did their very best to do everything that was asked of them. I was very proud of their willingness to work hard to meet our expectations.  With great leadership returning from this year's team, I believe if we can play as a cohesive unit, have shared confidence, and believe in one another. I think next year will be a great year for the Lady Comets." 

    Season Roundup 2015-2016

    The Comets faced a tough loss in the playoffs of 64-31.

    The Lady Comet basketball team had a great season ending with a record of 16-13. 

    "We had a great season and I am filled with gratification for being able to have coached these young, talented athletes. I am so proud of the seniors for being able to lay the foundation for what I'm hoping to become a successful program," said head coach, Kim Nunez.
    Wednesday - February 17, 2016


    The Lady Comets will compete in the State Playoffs for the first time since 2008. Their current record is 16-12 with a district record of 3-5. They will face Rayville High School on Thursday at Rayville High School. Rayville has a record of 26-3 and also won their district. Going into this game, the girls have been preparing to play to their best ability knowing the challenge ahead of them. "It's going to be tough but I know the girls will play hard and with heart. If this happens, we will come home satisfied  despite the outcome of the game. Making playoffs was a huge step in building this program to be a consistent and successful program," said Coach Nunez. 

    Saluting the Seniors:
    Lela Hill averaged 15 points a game, along with 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 3 steals. Madeleine Murphy averaged with 5 points a game, along with 3 rebounds and 1 assist.
    "I am very thankful to have coached these 2 young ladies. They showed exceptional leadership throughout the season and they are both hard-working, talented athletes. With no doubt, these two seniors led this team to the playoffs and the underclassmen will have big shoes to fill in the future," said Coach Kim Nunez.
    Wednesday - February 3, 2016
    The Lady Comets fell short to Country Day at a close score of 35-32. Top scorers were Caroline Julian with 13 points, 2 steals, and Lela Hill with 10 points and 7 rebounds.

    On Tuesday, the girls fought until the buzzer and came out with a tough loss against Riverside with a score of 34-33. Top scorers were Caroline Julian with 16 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals, Lela Hill with 9 points, 3 rebounds, ad 4 steals, Jori Bryant with 6 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 steals.

    "I couldn't be more proud of the girls for the fight they put into Tuesday's game. It was by far our best game yet and the support from the students and fans gave us great motivation. We plan on finishing off the season on a good note and hope to pick up some more victories," said Coach Nunez.

    The next home game will be on February 11, and the seniors will be recognized before the game. Come out and support the Lady Comets!
    Wednesday - January 27, 2016
    The girls had a hard-fought loss to West St. John 59-27. The Lady Comets fell short to Haynes Academy 36-29, and the girls are now 15-9. 

    The girls will face Country Day on Thursday, and Riverside next Tuesday. Come out and support the girls and show your Comet pride!
    Wednesday - January 20,2016
    The Lady Comets had a hard fought loss to the Riverside Rebels 55-38. Top scorers were Lela Hill with 21 points and 4 rebounds, and Caroline Julian with 7 points and 3 assists. Tuesday, the girls beat St. Mary's Academy 43-34. Top scorers were Lela Hill with 15 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists, and Caroline Julian with 14 points, 6 steals, and 4 assists. The girls will take on West St. John on Friday at home.

    "As the playoffs get closer, we are preparing our best to be victorious the next couple of weeks," said Coach Nunez.
    Wednesday - January 13, 2016
    The girls took a tough loss against St. Amant on Friday (54-44; top scorer: Lela Hill with 20 points and 3 steals). On Tuesday, January 12th, the girls defeated Country Day for their first district win 31-30. Top scorers were Jori Bryant with 8 points and 5 steals, Heaven Mamou with 7 points and 3 blocked shots, and Lela Hill with 8 points. The girls are now 14-6.

    "Our first district game was the most evenly distributed game. Everyone did their job and stepped up and scored at different times during the game. We battled a great deal of adversity and overcame foul trouble in the first half. The girls completed this game with a strong finish and it resulted in our first district win," said Coach Kim.

    The Lady Comets will take on the Riverside Rebels at Riverside on Thursday. Come out and support the Comets and wear GOLD! Good luck girls!
    Monday - January 4, 2016
    The Lady Comets competed in the Archbishop Hannan Tournament and came out 2-1. The girls beat Pearl River 44-22 (top scorers: Lela Hill with 18 points, and Heaven Mamou with 8 points and 7 rebounds). They also beat Hannan 52-48 (top scorers: Lela Hill with 30 points, and Pylar Zeringue with 7 points and 6 rebounds). The girls took a tough loss against French Settlement in the championship game 47-31. The Comets are now 13-4.

    "We had a very thrilling Holiday break along with making it to the championship game at the Hannan Tournament. I'm excited to see where we go from here as we begin the second half of the season," said Coach Nunez.