Two games in Bossier, two wins in Bossier for the Kilgore College Lady Rangers, back to their winning ways after resuming the season on New Year’s Day.

KC, after a month-long holiday layoff, beat LSU-Eunice, 75-66, on Wednesday, and then defeated Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.), 73-69, on Thursday.

It was just the third meeting ever between the KC and LSU-Eunice women’s teams, and KC is 3-0 in that series.

Coach Addie Lees’ Lady Rangers are 12-3, now, and have won three straight dating back to their last game before the holiday break, a win over Panola College on Dec. 11.

But they are just 1-2 in the Region XIV Conference, and they hope to fix that at Paris Junior College on Wednesday, a 5:30 p.m. tip-off. They’re off until then.

Region XIV’s women’s division may be a tight race all season. Of the 10 conference teams, including the Lady Rangers, five of them have double-digit wins already this season.

The next opponent, Paris, is just 5-8 overall, and has won two straight games, both in conference. But KC will be their first game since the holiday break.

As for the Rangers, they defeated Houston Community College on Sunday night (as chronicled in the Wednesday issue of the News Herald), and have been off since then.

Coached by Brian Hoberecht, the KC men are 11-2 on the season, have won five straight games, and were to host non-conference Victoria College on Friday, after the deadline for this edition of the News Herald.

The Rangers have a busy few days. They’re off the rest of the weekend, but then go to Port Arthur to jump back into conference play against Lamar State on Monday, starting at 4 p.m. They return home Wednesday to take on Lee College, beginning at 7 p.m., and then visit Blinn College in Brenham next Saturday, Jan. 11, another 4 p.m. tip-off.


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