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Blue Jays celebrate homecoming

The Blue Jays moved up to fourth place in the Division IV power rankings after a 35-34 win over Natchitoches Central – the first victory for St. Edmund over a Class 5-A program.
“We got up 21-7 at half before they came back in the third quarter,” St. Edmund head coach James Shiver said of last week’s game against the Chiefs.
“I was proud of the way that our guys didn’t give up as we kept battling and held on to win it.
“We overcame our mistakes (two lost fumbles, an interception and 54 penalty yards) and made big plays when we needed them.”

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Blue Jays clip Chiefs, 35-34

In their first home game of the season, the Blue Jays took a 20-7 lead into the locker room.
St. Edmund then had to hold off a furious second half comeback by Natchitoches Central as the Blue Jays escaped with a 35-34 win on Senior Night.
After holding the Chiefs to negative yards on its first possession, the Blue Jays moved 61 yards in nine plays for the game’s first points.
Easten Coleman scored on a 1-yard pass from Henry Brown and Justin Landry’s PAT gave the Blue Jays a 7-0 lead with 5:57 left in the first quarter.

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Bobcats win thriller, 27-20

The Bobcat homecoming crowd helped will the home team to a win as Eunice survived for a 27-20 double-overtime victory over the Rayne Wolves.
“They gave us a heck of a battle,” Eunice head coach Andre Vige said of the Wolves in his post-game interview. “I am happy we came out with the win
“We were fortunate to make one more play than they did.”
The Wolves had the ball to open the first overtime period and the EHS defense forced a field goal attempt.
Deuce Comeaux’s kick failed and the Bobcats had a chance to win the game on its possession.

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Bobcats battle Wolves for homecoming

It’s homecoming week at Eunice High as the Bobcats open District 5-4A play against the Rayne Wolves.
The Bobcats are hoping to bounce back from a 35-14 loss to rival Jennings where Eunice High jumped out to a 14-point lead early in the game.
“I am a firm believer that you learn more from your losses,” Eunice head coach Andre Vige said. “We made a lot of mistakes, had too many penalties and we dropped too many passes,” the coach said.
“We didn’t play assignment football for a full four quarters on defense as we gave up some big plays in the passing game.”


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