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@ ......... ' " THE PONCHATOULATIMES, DECEMBER 16,2010 PAGE B-1 Chamber on parade Having a hoot of a good time in the Ponchatoula Cham- ber of Commerce Christmas Parade were Chamber officials (left to right) Jamene Dahmer, Dr. Karen Carter, James Li- rette, and Lou Ann LeBlanc. The parade was blessed with great weather, while spectators enjoyed a steady shower of candy and other throws that showed off Ponchatoula's generousity (Times Photo) HAPPY HOILDAYS FROM THE STAFF OF LIBERTY LOANS Stop in and register to win a $100 War-Mart gift card Elizabeth Forrest, Summer Sampey & Ricky Fussell With each roan made in December no payment tit[ February 2011 "excludes payday loans LOAN 158 W. Pine St. Ponchatoula 386-8889 9pm-lam by e @ $35 per person reserved seating , Champagne Buffet, & Party Favors CALL NOW to Book ! 985.386.4254 ............. rm l m m l m B ing in thi - -d- , and I i 1 FREE Mi I. Drink ! I I .I *Happy Hour 12pm-6pm* 23942 Hwy 22 E Ponchatoula Open 7 davs a week 1 Noon -T I 164I Hwy 51 North Ponchatoula 985,386,2727 RAZY 530 W. Pine Street ITCHEN 985-370-0130 Bring in this ad & get 1 order of cheese sticks with purchase of a meal Not valid with anyother offer expires 12/31/10 Open titt 9pm Ponchatoula Gardenettes decorate North Oaks Christmas tr e in Hammond FROM PAGE A-4 scored eight points. The air was coming out of the Lady Waves against the Lady Dawgs. The second half Jennings came out and outscored Pon- chatoula 20 - 6. Johnson, Bala- do, and Fletcher each scored two points. The balloon was totally deflated and it seemed Ponchatoula was totally out of the game. The final quarter the Lady Wave really came back but they were too far behind to pull out the game. Scoring for Pon- chatoula were Taylor Johnson and Savanna Balado, 10 each, Hannah Fletcher 17, Allie Seale 1, Andrea Kaigler 5, and Anne James 2. The Lady Wave lost the game 59 - 45. Nov. 24 Ponchatoula played against Carroll in the third game of the tournament. The Lady Wave came out with a better attitude, wanting to play ball. Fletcher and James were the high scorers for the be- ginning quarter. The Ladies had the lead after one by the score of 16 - 12. At times the Ladies got a little in a hurry but then settled down. Going to the half Ponchatou- la added a little bit more to their lead. The Lady Wave outscored the Bulldogs 12 - 9. Scorers in the half were Johnson, Fletcher, Seale, Kaigler, and James. The second half saw the Lady Bulldogs come back a little on the Wave. Ponchatoula just outscored the Bulldogs 10 - 8. James was the high scorer in the quarter. In the final quarter Pon- chatoula was ahead by about 20 points toward the end of the game. Subs were put in and the score grew closer. Scorers for the game were Taylor Johnson 4, Savanna Balado 2, Hannah Fletcher 14, Allie Seale 8, An- drea Kaigler 6, and Anne James 18. Ponchatoula won the game 52 - 44. Nov. 27 Tres Bridges Classic (Albany) The Lady Wave began the game with energy and did some quick shots that didn't go in. They kept up with the Lady Hornets of Albany well. At the end of one Albany had a 14 -12 lead. The second quarter was about the same as the first and it took a while for Ponchatoula to settle down and play their style of game. They began by having some assists and steals at the right time. At the half, Albany extended their lead 25 -22. Scoring in the half were Johnson, Balado, Fletcher, Seale, James, and Raiford. In the third quarter Pon- chatoula came and started set- tling into their rhythm and scor- ing came from James, scoring 9 of her points in this quarter. Fletcher hit two three-point- ers at the critical time to start pulling ahead. The Lady Wave outscored the Hornets 22 - 14. After three quarters the Lady Wave had a 44 - 39 lead. The final quarter was a wild one. A foul on Albany was called and before things were over three technicals were called, and a fan was ejected from the game. James went to the line and shot the personal foul. Fletcher went to the line for the technicals and was 11 for 11 on the line to put the Wave up in double figures lead. Anne James scored 8, Allie Seals put in 5. The quarter scoring was Ponchatoula 25 -Albany 20. The Lady Wave won the game Po69 - 59 and scoring was from Taylor Johnson 3, Savanna Balado 6, Hannah Fletcher 24, Allie Seale 8, Andrea Kaigler 5, Anne James 21, and Halie Rai- ford 2. Nov. 30 at Dutchtown (Jr. Varsity) This was the first game of the season for the junior varsity. They came out very eager and made too many turnovers to be ahead by more. By the time the quarter ended the Lady Wave had a 6 -5 lead. The next quarter the Wave settled some and outscored the Griffins 11 - 8. Scoring in the half were Raiford, Johnson, Spears, and Quinn. At the end of the half the Wave had a 17 - 13 lead. The third quarter, Dutch- town came back and outscored the Wave 12 - 9. The Wave had a hard time holding on to the ball as they got in a hurry and turned over the ball. The final quarter saw the Wave blow out the Griffins by outscoring them 22 - 8. Scoring for the Wave was Halie Raiford and Taylor Johnson, 14 each, Quevander Pinestraw and DJ Giardina had 2 each, Tydaisha "Spears 7, and Yushequa Quinn 9. 12-1-10 - St. Michael's Tour- nament St. Joseph Academy 47 Ponchatoula 56 Ponchatoula came out and played a good quarter. They set up and ran their plays, took time off the clock. At the end of the quarter they had a 15 - 9 lead. Fletcher, Seale, James, and Richardson were the scor- ers. Seale was the high scorer with 6. In the second six members scored and it looked like by halftime that the Lady Wave was going to run away with the game. They outscored St. Joseph's 20 - 8. At the half the score was 35 - 17. Fletcher was the high scorer with 5. Other scorers were Balado, Kaigler, James, Richardson and Rai- ford. In the third, Ponchatoula came out and got 19 points ahead and then fell apart. Turn- overs and missed shots killed them and St. Joseph made a comeback, hitting shots and outscored the Lady Wave 19 -11. The last quarter they some- what got a little composure back to pull out the win. Scorers were Savanna Balado and Anne James with 12 each, Hannah Fletcher and Andrea Kaigler, 6 each, Allie Seale 10, Robin Rich- ardson 8, and Halie Raiford 2. 12-2 -10 Central 34 Ponchatoula 60 Ponchatoula came out and played a good game. Fletcher had the hot hand and hit four 3 pointers and also had some assists from her team mates. James, Balado, Seale and Kaigler were the other scorers in the quarter. Next quarter both teams had a bad time at scoring. The Lady Wave scored 6 and the Lady Wildcats had 5. At halftime Pon- chatoula had a 31 - 13 lead. Second half was all Pon- chatoula as they outscored Cen- tral 29 - 21. 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