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LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) - Corey Wells scored 18 points, and Landry-Walker dominated the first half in cruising to a 76-56 win over East Jefferson in the Class 4A championship game on Saturday.
The Charging Bucs (32-4) blew the game open with a 32-2 run to lead by as many as 31 points. The lead was 28 points at halftime.
East Jefferson (30-4) scored the first 13 points of the second half and narrowed the deficit to 15 going into the fourth quarter. The Warriors scored the first five points of the fourth to close within ten points, but did not get any closer.
Landry-Walker stormed to a 22-6 lead in the first quarter, making four 3-pointers. East Jefferson missed 11 of 14 field goal attempts in the quarter.
MVP Tyree Griffin scored 15. Keyaton Thompson and Anthony Milton added 13 apiece.
Shaquille Preston scored 24 to lead East Jefferson.
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