High School Sports

THE POST-SIGNAL / Christell Faul
Notre Dame’s Waylon Bourgeois (18) breaks free for a big gain Friday during the Pios’ 38-37 come-from-behind victory over the Kinder Yellow Jackets. Bourgeois logged 12 carries for 23 yards and two touchdowns and also had one reception for a 63-yard touchdown.

Lamm field goal saves Pios in district opener

It was a matchup long overdue, the first ever meeting between 2015 state champions Kinder and Notre Dame and it did not disappoint. The Pios overcame a 28-0 first half Kinder lead to extend their regular season win streak to 30 when John William Lamm booted a 35-yard field goal with 2:06 to play for a 38-37 Notre Dame win.

THE POST-SIGNAL / D. Sexton
Iota’s Kaleb Guillory looks for running room Friday evening during the Bulldogs’ 20-16 District 5-3A victory over Crowley High. Guillory racked up 231 yards and a touchdown during the contest.

Late rally propels Iota past Crowley

It was the tale of two halves for the Iota Bulldogs Friday evening in their District 5-3A showdown against Crowley High.
In the first half, the Bulldogs (5-1, 2-1) gave up 234 yards and a pair of touchdowns to enter the half trailing 16-7.
In the second half, the defense settled in, allowing just 100 additional yards and forcing three turnovers, two in the final six minutes, as the Bulldogs rallied to stun the visiting Gents, 20-16, in front of a packed house at Bulldog Stadium.
The Gents fell to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in league play with the loss.

Blue Jays stun No. 9 Elton in OT

It was fitting that a senior would score the winning touchdown on Senior Night as St. Edmund’s Noah Clause raced with a pitch around the end from five yards out to lift the Blue Jays to a 27-21 overtime victory over the eighth-ranked Elton Indians.
“We fought to the end and finished the game,” St. Edmund head coach Andy Hargroder said. “This win put us against Oberlin for the district lead – that is what we wanted.”
It wasn’t the start the seniors wanted as the Blue Jays fumbled the ball on their second possession of the game and Elton took over at the SEH 42.

UP AND OVER - Rayne High’s Savanna LaCombe (8) goes up for a dink during Lady Wolves’ volleyball action. The Lady Wolves will continue district action on Tueaday with a road contest at Northwest. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Lady Wolves in district play

The Lady Wolves Volleyball Team picked up a district win over Eunice High during a Thursday afternoon contest, 25-6, 25-7, 27-25).
Kendal Edmond and Savanna LaCombe shared top kills on the day with seven each. Edmond also collected a block while LaCombe recorded two aces and two digs.
Kennedie Bourgeois had five kills during the win, while teammates Tiesha Young, Hannah McKenzie and Taylor Thevis struck with three kills each.
Young also added six assists, five aces and three digs. McKenzie had two assists while Thevis put up three blocks.

Rayne High's Darien Harmon stays ahead of Teurlings' defenders during Friday's district opener for the Wolves. Harmon recorded 17 carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns during the contest. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Wolves drop district opener to Teurlings, 34-20

RAYNE - With homecoming festivities in full force Friday evening, the Rayne High Wolves hosted the Teurlings Rebels in both teams’ district opener, capping off Homecoming Week.
But, the Rebels’ depth was a little too much for the Wolves as Teurlings spoiled Homecoming for Rayne High fans, 34-20.

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