The Lady Mambas had their last Mambas Practice of the Season and for a few it was the last Mambas practice of their career. The Lady Mambas have been blessed to have a strong group of players, parents and supporters. These young ladies are the last of our first Lady Mambas team that grew the program to the multi-team organization it is today. Without these rising seniors, the Lady Mambas program would not exist. We cannot thank these rising seniors enough for all that they have done for the program.
The Lady Mambas are celebrating our first full senior class. These girls helped create and grow the Lady Mambas organization into the multi-team program we are now. We are proud of all of the achievements of each of these young ladies on and off the court and will be cheering for them as they move on to bigger successes in life.
Congrats to Gabby Morgan (Lewis and Clark) and Astraea Moore (Northwest MS) on signing letters of intent. To watch these young ladies grow up from 9th graders and have the priviledge of being there as they continue their basketball dreams is an honor. The Lady Mambas are extremely proud of their achievements.
Lady Mambas (2019)- Washington enjoying a Grizzlies game in their first team building experience. These young ladies are poised to have a big summer under Coach Jamal Washington.
Memphis Catholic senior guards Gabby Moore and Suzanne Dease both reach career milestones tonight in a 46-37 win over FACS. Suzanne Dease grabbed her career rebound number 500 even after missing most of last season due to knee surgery. Gabby Moore scored her 1,000th point tonight and has been a prolific scorer her entire career. Congratulations on achieving these career milestones.
story and photo courtesy of desoto times tribune
Erica Jones scored a team high 17 points as Southaven beats a tough Jonesboro (Ark) team to improve to a 12-1 record. Southaven starts district play on Friday against #1 Olive Branch.