High School Sports

Bobcats down Raiders, 37-14

PRAIRIE RHONDE – Eunice High remained in the District 5-3A title battle as the Bobcats earned a 37-14 road win over the Northwest Raiders.
The Bobcats got off to a fast start after receiving the opening kickoff.
On first down at their own 31-yard line, senior running back Avery Lee broke off a 49-yard run that ended at the Raiders’ 15-yard line.
Lee added a six-yard run and Jeoul Hill added two yards to the nine-yard line.

Berwick's Josh Jones brings the ball down the field during the Panthers' 35-21 win against Patterson Friday. Jones accounted for 255 yards of offense and three touchdowns. (The Daily Review/Mico Aloisio)

Berwick defeats Patterson 35-21

Berwick defeated Patterson 35-21 in District 8-3A action Friday at the Sugar Dome at Patterson High.
The Panthers used big plays to stun the Lumberjacks. Berwick scored on its first two possessions, including a 64-yard run by Josh Jones to take a 14-0 lead with 6:19 remaining in the first quarter.
But on the first Berwick drive, Patterson cornerback R.J. Talver suffered a serious leg injury that required medical attention with 10:32 remaining in the first quarter. The medics took several minutes to stabilize the senior.

PITCH BACK FOR GAIN - Rayne High quarterback Collin LaCombe (12) toses a pitch-back to Darian Richard (1) for a gainer during Friday’s 48-26 district win over the Northside Vikings. Richard led Rayne rushing yards on the night with 316 yards on 24 carries resulting in three touchdowns. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Wolves take 48-26 district win over Northside

RAYNE – Rayne High football fans know the Wolves a limited number of returning starters from last year’s semi-finalist squad. They have struggled with getting their rookies into the formation and help prevent two-way starters. That was more challenging than ever Friday as Rayne took the field less four starters due to injuries.
Plus, during Friday’s contest against Northside High, three additional starters went down with injuries, seeing seven Rayne starters out for the second half.

UP FOR A KILL - Rayne High’s Camille McClelland (13) puts down a spike during Lady Wolves’ volleyball action. Rayne High will host Church Point on Tuesday during their “Senior Night” program. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Lady Wolves seek 3-III district volleyball title

RAYNE - With a 7-1 district slate heading into their last week of district play, the Lady Wolves are in search of a possible district title before entering post-seaosn play.
The Lady Wolves have claimed wins in a tough district with wins over Crowley, Eunice, Iota Church Point and Northwest.
With two games remaining this week against Iota and Church Point, Head Coach Stephanie Garrett and her Lady Wolves are eying another district title.

Ville Platte faces tough challenge with Notre Dame

It is hard enough to play in District 6-2A, with the success that teams like Kinder, Welsh and Lake Arthur have had over the past five seasons.
But, going up against arguably the best team in the state regardless of class is another challenge all its own.
That is what the Ville Platte Bulldogs (2-5, 0-2) will have to face tomorrow night when they host the Notre Dame Pioneers (7-0, 1-0).

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