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Jays soar past Hornets, 67-0

GRAND LAKE – St. Edmund exploded for 47 first half points as the Blue Jays soared to a 67-0 road win over Grand Lake.
It was the second highest scoring win for St. Edmund as the Jays cruised to a 68-6 victory over Amy Bradford Ware in 1992.
It took St. Edmund four plays to score the game’s first points, set up by a long kick off return by Cater Lejeune.
The Jays moved the final 25 yards, aided by a 28-yard pass from Jack Miller to Josh Landry.
Jack Miller scored on a 1-yard run to give the Jays a 6-0 lead with 10:28 left in the first period.

Bobcats run past Mamou

The Bobcats scored twice in the game’s first two minutes as Eunice rolled to a 49-12 win over the Mamou Green Demons.
jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter with Jordan Ledet returning the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown and a 7-0 lead after Austin Phillips kicked the PAT at the 11:48 mark on the clock.
The Cats added to the lead seconds later when Deontae Gallow reovered a Demon fumble and Brodi Walker scored on a six-yard run to put Coach Paul Trosclair’s Bobcats to a 14-0 lead after Phillips nailed the PAT with 11:27 left in the first quarter.

Bobcats host Green Demons

The Bobcats and Green Demons are heading in opposite directions this season, but Eunice head coach Paul Trosclair said his team can’t look past Mamou if they want to stay in the District 5-3A hunt.
Eunice (6-1,3-1) will entertain Mamou (0-7, 0-4) on Friday.
“Dwight (Collins) will have his players ready to perform,” Trosclair said of the former Bobcat assistant coach. “They are going to play hard as that is Dwight’s mentality and that’s what he brings to the table.”

Blue Jays visit Grand Lake

The Blue Jays travel for their final road trip of the regular season as St, Edmund visits Grand Lake Friday.
St. Edmund (6-1, 4-0) is trying to repeat as District 4-1A champions for the first time since 2003-2004 and a win over the Hornets keeps the Jays atop the standings.
“We are gettting better each week,” Blue Jay head coach Andy Hargroder said. “But we still haven’t played our best game.”
In the 35-6 win over Oberlin last week, Hargroder said he was pleased with the overall execution.

Lady Bobcats hold senior night

The Eunice Lady Bobcats battled on senior night Tuesday, but the visiting Rayne Lady Wolves grabbed a 3-0 win in district play.
Rayne (17-11) won the first game 25-9 en route to the sweep.
The Lady Cats (1-13) held tough early before the Lady Wolves exploded for a 12-1 surge to grab a 15-4 advantage.
Three serves by Rylea Gradney helped Eunice close the gap to 15-7, but Rayne’s Emma Pastor blasted two aces before a service error.
Rayned closed the game with a 6-2 run, sealed with a block by Makayla Dronet for the 25-9 win.

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