Lady Warriors handle Downsville for second time

For the second time in less than a month, the Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors proved too much for Downsville.

FCCS beat Downsville on their home court 58-13, Jan. 3.

The two teams first met up during the Downsville tournament where the Lady Warriors were victorious, 73-17.

A team effort went into beating the Union Parish school in the Jan. 3 matchup with seven Lady Warriors putting points on the board.

Saylor Evans led the way for FCCS offensively. She scored 20 points for the night.

Emily Lowe scored doubled digits in the contest with 10 points.

Lainee McCain and Ashlyn Sepulvado had eight points each against Downsville.

Lexi Parker put in five points while Gracie Ingram scored four.

Micheala Banks contributed with three points for FCCS.

Boys fall to Downsville

The FCCS boys basketball team did not fair as well with Downsville’s beating them, 63-30.

Kaden Murray and Joshua Beeman put up double figures against Downsville in a strong scoring effort Jan. 3. Murray and Beeman scored 10 points each for the Warriors.

Owen Ryals and Garrett Robinson scored three points each for FCCS against Downsville.

Seth Lowe and JonT Williams contributed with two points each in the contest.

FCCS plays away

The FCCS Warrior basketball teams will now become road warriors having three away games in a row.

Next game is scheduled Jan. 7 at Kilbourne, followed by a Jan. 10 matchup against Claiborne Christian. The Warriors will end their road trip Jan. 17 at New Living Word. All games begin at 6 p.m.

Next home game will be Jan. 21 against Forrest with a 6 p.m. tipoff time.

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