Baton Rouge area schools go 3-for-3 in State basketball title games
LAKE CHARLES - Baton Rouge was well-represented in the high school basketball state championships in Lake Charles.
Madison Prep brought home their ninth state title, beating Wossman 57-38 in 3A. The Chargers were led by Dez’mond Perkins, who scored a game-high of 21 points and was the game's MVP.
Port Allen won their third straight 2A state title, defeating Amite 67-49. Elliot McQuillen scored a game-high of 25 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to win the MVP for the Pels.
And the Zachary Broncos dominated Northshore 84-53, making back-to-back 5A state titles. Jalen Bolden, who was the game's MVP, led four double-figure scorers with a game-high of 23 points.
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