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Bobcats to face Notre Dame in regular season finale

When Hurricane Laura forced LaGrange to cancel its football season before it could even begin, Eunice High head coach Andre Vige knew he would have to find another team to fill that void.
After weeks of searching for an opponent, the Bobcats (No. 9 in the LSWA Class 4-A polls) will take on the Notre Dame Pioneers (No. 7 in Class 2-A polls).
Notre Dame (No. 3 ranked in Division III power rankings) opened the season with wins over Comeaux (41-7), Teurlings Catholic (46-26), Kaplan (35-6) and Welsh (41-7).

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Lady Jays slip past Basile in season opener

After a slow start, St. Edmund used balanced scoring as the Lady Jays grabbed a 50-42 win over Basile in the season opener.
The Lady Bearcats jumped out to a 14-7 first quarter lead, sparked by six points from Frida Alvarez and four more by Shayla Lavergne.
St. Edmund tied the game twice in the period as Rebecca Benoit kept the Lady Jays in the game with five points in the quarter.
Trailing by seven points heading into the second frame, St. Edmund’s Mary Helen Miller scored three times in the lane and added a free throw to help the Lady Jays tie the game 14-14.

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Blue Jays down WCA

BELLEVUE – St. Edmund moved closer to a District 5-1A title as the Blue Jays rolled to a 52-7 win over Westminster Christian Academy.
The Blue Jays scored first when Henry Brown connected with Easten Coleman for a 64-yard touchdown.
Justin Landry’s PAT gave SEH a 7-0 lead with 3:23 left in the first quarter.
After stopping the Crusaders for the third time in the opening period, St. Edmund then moved 38 yards in just four plays, capped by a four-yard touchdown run by Kieran Davis.

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Bobcats claim district title

The Bobcats clinched the 2020 District 4-4A title as Eunice cruised to a 55-14 win over North Vermilion.
The Bobcats close out the regular season at home Friday against the Notre Dame Pioneers.
Notre Dame earned a 62-13 over Lake Arthur as the Pioneers improved to 6-1 on the season.
“We went ahead 28-0 in the first quarter to bury North Vermilion early,” Eunice head coach Andre Vige said. “We had two quick turnovers to push ahead 42-7 at the half.
“It was a game where our offense was executing at a high level and our defense was playing lights out.”

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Bobcats ready to face Patriots

After missing two games, the Bobcats return to the field Friday as Eunice High takes on North Vermilion in a key District 4-A contest.
“I think we have some rust from the time off,” EHS head coach Andre Vige said. “But is also allowed some guys to heal up from injuries.”
North Vermilion is 3-2 overall, 0-1 in District 4-4A.
The Patriots opened the season with a 48-13 loss to Ascension Episcopal. but followed with wins over Iota (23-14) and Crowley (35-20).
North Vermilion then dropped games to Rayne (49-7) and Sulphur (42-8).

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