The Dunham School will be without star guard Carlos Stewart indefinitely because of an injury suffered during a tournament game at Riverside Academy Friday.
The 6-foot-2 Stewart injured a knee injury during a tourney semifinal game against St. Thomas More.
Dunham coach Jonathan Pixley said Stewart, a Santa Clara signee, was undergoing tests and is scheduled to see another doctor Monday.
“All we can do right now is wait, and we are hoping for the best,” Pixley said.
Stewart was averaging 34.2 points per game for the Tigers this season. He led the Tigers to the Division III title last spring and earned both LSWA Class 2A all-state and All-Metro honors.
Madison Prep has joined the list of local teams to lose games because of a COVID-19 quarantine. The Class 3A Chargers (5-2) were scheduled to play Walker last Tuesday. WHS added a game with Capitol to fill the void.
Madison Prep coach Jeff Jones said he had one player test positive. The Chargers are scheduled to come back from quarantine Friday. They travel to New Orleans to play L.B. Landry in the Martin Luther King Classic.
Doyle’s Landon Turner scored 37 points, including 10 3-pointers in a 95-62 victory over host Logansport in the Logansport tournament Friday night.
Turner, who hit seven 3-pointers in the first half, was not the whole long-range show. The Class 2A Tigers finished with 17 3-pointers.
East Ascension's Brad Mahoney recorded his 200th career win during the St. Amant Duals tournament held Saturday at SAHS.
Mahoney competes in the 170-pound weight class for the Spartans.
Monday's basketball schedule
Varsity games typically start between 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Liberty at Walker
Central at McKinley
Cristo Rey at Glen Oaks
Varsity games typically start around 6:30 p.m.
Family Christian at Ascension Christian
Mentorship Academy at Ascension Catholic
Port Allen at West Feliciana
Woodlawn at Dutchtown