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By Dan Perrine
For the Record 

Lady Bears clinch second place in district


Last updated 2/4/2023 at 4:19pm

Keylie Washburn reached 1,000 points in only her second year with the LCM Lady Bears during a game last week

The Little Cypress Mauriceville Lady Bears clinched second place in District 19-4A with two wins last week. The Lady Bears closed out the regular season on Tuesday, February 7, at Jasper with the playoffs upcoming.

Freshman Kennedy Campbell scored 9 points to lead the Lady Cardinals in their first district win against Vidor

The Lady Bears defeated the Vidor Lady Pirates on the road 56-41 the last day of January. The highlight of that game was LCM's Keylie Washburn scoring 14 points giving her 1,000 for her two year career so far with the Lady Bears. Three other Lady Bears scored in double figures as Mackenzie Clark tossed in 12, Chrissy Joseph tallied 11, and Annabelle Fisher finished with 10 points.

On Friday, February 3, Little Cypress Mauriceville hosted the Lumberton Lady Raiders who were battling for a higher playoff spot like LCM. The Lady Bears played a strong game and won decisively 55-32 with Washburn their big scorer again with 24 points.

The Bridge City Lady Cardinals played maybe their best game of the district on the same Friday night. The Lady Cardinals defeated the Vidor Lady Pirates 44-30 on Senior Night at Bridge City.

Kennedy Campbell was the high scoring Lady Cardinal with 9 points. Bridge City bid farewell to seniors Julia Johnson, Morgan Louvier, and JoLee McGuire.


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