High School Sports

Bears upend Pirates in Top 10 battle

No. 4 Church Point remained undefeated on the season as the Bears battled for a 30-24 win over Kaplan.
Church Point jumped out to a 6-0 lead as Gavin Richard scored on a five-yard run with 6:05 left in the first period.
The Pirates responded with an eight-yard touchdown run by Braylin Romero.
Logan Roy scored the two-point conversion as Kaplan led 8-6 with 11:16 left in the second period.
Church Point’s Breelyn Jones scored on an 84-yard run. The two-point conversion pass failed, but the Bears led 12-8 with 10:51 remaining in the half.

Jays shut out Demons, 27-0

MAMOU – With only a 7-0 lead at the break, St. Edmund broke the game open in the second half as the Blue Jays shut out Mamou, 27-0.
After both teams punted on its first drives, the Jays appeared to score when Brad Miller connected with Carter Lejeune for a 21-yard play but a holding penalty erased the points.
After both teams exchanged punts again, the Jays fumbled the ball back to the Green Demons at midfield,
St. Edmund forced a three-and-out as the game was scoreless at the end of the first period.

Bobcats run past Wolves

The Bobcats remained undefeated on the season as Eunice High celebrared homecoming with a 36-14 victory over the Rayne Wolves.
The Wolves an early 7-0 lead as they received the opening kickoff and drove down the field behind running of John Daigle and Darion Senegal.
Senegal crossed the Bobcat goal line with a 23-yard run for a touchdown.
Eunice High head coach Paul Trosclair was worried a bit about the early score, especially since the Bobcats were able to pracitice outside only one day during the week.

Bobcats celebrate homecoming

The Eunice Bobcats are undefeated heading into Friday’s homecoming date with the Rayne Wolves.
The Bobcats (2-0) rolled to a 33-23 win over No. 10 Jennings last week after a 53-24 victory over Opelousas High.
“It was big to get that win,” Eunice head coach Paul Trosclair said. “There are no breaks in the first five games on our schedule.”
Trosclair said the defense and the offense both contributed in the win.

Blue Jays visit Green Demons

MAMOU – St. Edmund suffered a loss to rival Sacred Heart of Ville Patte for the second year in a row, but that could help the Blue Jays.
After a 29-21 loss to the Trojans last season, the Blue Jays then went on an eight-game win streak and captured the District 4-1A title.
Last week, the Trojans handed the Blue Jays a 10-3 defeat as SHVP held St. Edmund to 137 yards of total offense.
“They were minor things but in football little things become big,” Hargroder said. “We need to execute better, play hard and not make mental mistakes.”

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