High School Sports

THE POST-SIGNAL / D. Sexton
Iota’s Tyronne Charlot breaks a big run on a kickoff return Friday during the Bulldogs’ 42-21 victory over Lake Arthur. Charlot had an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the victory.

Second half surge propels Dogs past Tigers

In a game that featured two 2-0 teams, Iota turned a 21-21 halftime tie into a runaway win, 42-21, thanks to a staunch defense led by the pass rushing of Tayte Langley (2 sacks) and a motivated group of run defenders.
In the first half it was a different story as the scoring went back and forth. If it weren’t for the kick returner Tyrone Charlot, who had an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to go with a 41-yard effort, and a key fourth down stop at their goal line, the Tigers may have taken command.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Jacob Dupuis
Crowley High quarterback Marquis Garrett slips past a defender Friday during the Gents’ 48-34 loss to Cecilia at Gardiner Memorial Stadium. Garrett threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns on the night.

Cecilia outlasts Gents in absolute slugfest

If the field conditions were decent, Crowley High coach Jeptha Wall pretty much figured his Gents’ home contest against Cecilia Friday evening could possibly turn into a shootout.
They were and it was.
The Bulldogs (1-2) racked up 457 total yards and struck for five touchdowns through the air to upend the homestanding Gents, 48-34, at Gardiner Memorial Stadium.

THE POST-SIGNAL / Barry Spears
Rayne’s Darion Senegal looks for running room Friday during the Wolves’ 36-14 loss at Eunice. Senegal picked up 86 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries on the night.

Rayne’s skid continues with loss to Eunice

Despite a quick score by the Wolves early on during Friday night football action, the Eunice High Bobcats pulled off a 36-14 non-district win, a familiar storyline Rayne High has suffered during their first three games of the 2018 season.
“We just can’t seem to overcome those bumps we come across during the game,” stated Rayne High Head Coach Curt Ware following Friday’s loss. “We are given opportunities and just can’t take advantage.”

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.

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