High School Sports

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Hornets sting Jays, 30-6

NEW ROADS – Catholic High of Pointe Coupee rolled to a 30-6 win over St. Edmund as the Hornets sealed the District 5-1A championship.
St. Edmund (6-4, 3-2) entered the district finale as the No. 10 in the LHSAA Division IV power rankings, while CHPC (8-2, 5-0) was No. 8.
The LHSAA playoff brackets will be released today.
St. Edmund was forced to punt on its first possession and the Hornets then went 43 yards on seven plays for the game’s first points.

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Bobcats slip past Gators, 21-18

Eunice defeated LaGrange 21-18 to finish the regular season at 8-2 overall and the Bobcats are expected to open the playoffs with a first-round home game.
The Bobcats put together a good drive early in the game, led by rushes by Devin Richardson and Deon Ardoin.
Jeoul Hill capped off the drive with a 20-yard rushing touchdown.
The two-point conversion was successful and Eunice led 8-0 with 8:00 left in the first quarter.
After a few stops on defense, the Bobcats showed off their versatility again.

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Jays, CHPC battle for district title

NEW ROADS – The Blue Jays are right where they wanted to be heading into the final week of the regular season as St. Edmund travels to Catholic High of Pointe Coupee to fight for a share of the District 5-1A title.
“If you would have told any Blue Jays booster at the beginning of the season we would have a chance for the district title in week 10 – they would have thought there was no way that could happen,” St. Edmund head coach James Shiver said. “But we are right there in it.”

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Bobcats close district against Gators

For those who like math equations, the Bobcats statistically still have a chance to share the District 4-4A title heading into the regular season home finale against LaGrange.
With a win over the Gators (4-4, 2-1) combined with a Rayne (5-4, 2-1) loss at Washington-Marion and No. 9 Eunice (7-2, 2-1) would win the district championship.
Eunice stayed in the district hunt with a 57-19 win last week over North Vermilion.

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Bobcats down Patriots, 57-19

MAURICE – Eunice received the ball to start the game and the Bobcats punted, but that would one of only three punts the entire game.
The Eunice offense, defense and special teams combined to lead the Bobcats to a 57-19 win atNorth Vermilion.
After the first punt, Bryson Poullard recovered a fumble on the EHS 40-yard line to get the Bobcats the ball back.
After a good drive put together by the Bobcats, Jeoul Hill ran into the end zone for a 30-yard touchdown on a reverse play for the first score of the game.


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