The Leesville Wampus Cats jumped out to a huge first-quarter lead, smoking the visiting Southwood Cowboys on Tuesday, 81-61. The Wampus Cats (2-0) scored 27 points in the opening eight minutes of the contest, building a 17point lead. By the end of the first half, Leesville was up by 20 points, 42-22.Leesville added to its lead in the third quarter and held off the Cowboys in the fourth period to secure the victory.

Vidall Corbin led the way for Leesville with 23 points, while junior center Darren McQueen added 21 points. Roderick Kelly finished with 11points.Charles Sinville paced the Cowboys with 23points.

Faith Training......60 Cenla Christian....58

After trailing by six points at intermission, Will Reese sparked a Patriot comeback, leading Faith Training Christian Academy to a 60-58 win over Cenla Christian onTuesday.The Patriots were up by a point at the end of the first quarter, but was outscored in the second period, 14-7, falling behind Cenla Christian, 26-20.FTCA cut the deficit by three points in the third quarter thanks to a 20-17 edge, going into the fourth down by three, 43-40. In the final frame, the Patriots used a 20-15 scoring edge to secure thevictory.Reese led FTCA with 25 points, while Zac Sellers and Bradley Goins finished with 12 pointsapiece.

Anacoco......73 Pitkin........56

The Anacoco Indians won for the 10th time this season, knocking off thePitkin Tigers, 73-56.The Indians (10-3) trailed by four points at the end of the first period as Pitkin (3-9) built an early lead. Anacoco managed to cut the deficit by the end of the first half, only trailing by twopoints.The second half was all Anacoco as the Indians picked up the win over their past district rival.

Bret Phillips paced Anacoco with 18 points, while Jason Ortiz and Casey Haymon added 15 and 10 points, respectively.

Jared Thompson led Pitkin with 22 points, while senior Tyler Doylecontributed 13 points.

Oak Hill.....64 Simpson.....53The Oak Hill Rams exploded for 32 points in the third quarter, sparked by the shooting of Jo Jo Fowler, en route to leading his team to a 64-53 victory over the homestanding Simpson Broncos.

Simpson (5-6) owned the first half, limiting the Rams (7-4) to just 14 points in the opening 16 minutes as the Broncos took an 11-point advantage into the locker room,25-14.But then the Rams got the spark they neededwith Fowler.Fowler knocked down five straight three-pointers in the third period, scoring 17 of his gamehigh 26 points as Oak Hill erased the deficit, taking a 46-42 lead intothe final frame.The Rams held off the Broncos the rest of the way, securing the win.

Fowler scored 26 points to lead the Rams, while Cole Feazell and Cameron Townley added 16 and 13 points, respectively.

Tyler Meyers, coming off a career-high 28 point performance against Negreet last week, led Simpson with 13 points. Hunter Stephens tacked on 12 points, while Roman Redfearn and Hunter Woodham added11 points each.