Airline and Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing swept boys and girls district basketball games Tuesday night.
In District 1-5A action at Haughton, Airline defeated Haughton 51-39 in the girls game and 73-50 in the boys game.
The Vikings and Lady Vikings avenged losses in the first round of district play.
In District 1-1A action at Plain Dealing, New Tech defeated Haynesville 52-20 in the girls game and 62-39 in the boys game.
The Lady Lions and Lions both completed the first half of District 1-1A play 3-0.
Six games were postponed because Caddo Parish cancelled all after school activities due to the threat of severe weather.
Parkway’s District 1-5A games at Southwood have been rescheduled for tonight. Benton’s District 1-4A games at Fair Park have been rescheduled for next Wednesday. Bossier's District 1-3A home games against Green Oaks will be played tonight.
At Haughton, Nikki Bryant had a huge night for the Lady Vikings (10-15, 2-4), scoring 27 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
Airline extended a 3-point halftime lead to 10 going into the fourth quarter.
But Haughton rallied and cut the lead to three twice in the fourth.
Two key putbacks after missed free throws helped Airline regain control of the game.
Kiki Rochelle scored eight points and grabbed five offensive rebounds.
Brittany Robinett led Haughton (17-7, 3-3) with 13 points, and Mikayla Barber had nine.
Demetrius Early hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 of his 26 points in the first half to lead the Airline boys.
Early’s effort helped Airline put the game away in the first half. He made 5-of-9 from 3-point range and the Vikings led 46-24 at the break.
Airline (6-15, 2-4) made 12 3-pointers in the game.
Hayden Hildebrand hit three straight in the fourth quarter and finished with 17 points.
Tyler Grigsby led Haughton (7-15, 1-5) with 12 points, and Will Haines had 10.
At Plain Dealing, Dennisha Chambers scored 39 points in the Lady Lions’ rout of Haynesville.
Deaspria Harris added nine as New Tech improved to 10-8 overall.
Cardarrious Ray topped the Lions (8-10) with 19 points. Isaac Jacobs scored 12, and Deaumante Johnson added 11.