3-star running back Stevan Ridley had a
huge night for
John Williams sat out
Jarrett Lee and Brenham (
Josh Jasper kicked a 33-yard field goal
to tie the state record at 39 and also booted an extra point in
5-star running back Joe McKnight scored
a couple of TDs as John Curtis (5-0) rolled to a 41-3 win over Choctawhatchee
Scout.com's 4th ranked safety
Stefoin Francois logged 7 stops in
4-star safety Christian Scott had a big
night on the offensive side of the ball for
5-star wide receiver Ron Brooks rushed
for a pair of touchdowns from his quarterback spot but still came up a little
Caleb King, a 5-star running back,
rushed for 196 yards and a touchdown in a big win 25-21 win for Greater Atlanta
Christian over Lovett (
T-Bob Hebert sat out his first game on Friday with a shoulder injury that is expected to keep him sidelined for a minimum of two more weeks.
Dusty Rust of Captain Shreve was his usual active self last week with 11 tackles (4 solos & 7 assists), and he also broke up a couple of passes.
4-star receiver Brandon Gibson had a
42-yard TD grab and he also picked off a pass on the other side of the ball as
Lance Kelly is drawing interest from LSU as a safety but he continues to show why some schools have offered him as a receiver. Kelly had over 180 all-purpose yards last week with 78 by way of the ground on 10 carries.
Scout.com's No. 1 rated running back Noel Devine missed his second week of action due to disciplinary action for undisclosed reasons.
3-star running back Phillip Livas ran
for a school-record 308 yards as
FSU commit Ahmad Paige had 5 receptions for 121 yards and 1 TD from 37 yards out in Sterlington's 44-22 win over Madison Parish.
Hahnville's Early James tossed a pair of TDs in the loss with one going to Jordan Stephany from 17 yards out. Stephany also ran one in from 21 yards but it was not enough for the Tigers to overcome the Wildcats.
John Curtis running back David Seeman ran for 98 and scored 3 of his 4 TDs in the first half of the Patriots 41-3 victory. He scored on runs of 20, 2, 5 and capped off the performance with a 9-yard scamper.
Lionel Breaux had a big night for McDonough 35 (3-3) as he hauled in 4 passes for 131 yards with three of his catches going for touchdowns.
LSU baseball commit, Ban Alsup, led
Southern Lab's Aaron Johnson ran for 104 yards and scored once on 9 carries against Dunham. The Kittens were upset by Dunham 27-12.
Class of 2008
Dual-threat signal caller Randall Mackey
accounted for 5 TDs in
Chris Tolliver, who will be one of the top wide outs in the state for 2008, caused all kind of fits for Caldwell High School as Rayville pulled out a 35-21 win. Tolliver caught 9 passes for 120 yards which included a 34 and a 15-yard touchdown grab.
Hahnville's LaRon Byrd, who some
consider the early favorite for being the No. 1 prospect in the state next year,
had 3 catches for 118 yards in the Tigers loss to East St. John. Ivory
Franklinton wide out Jhyryn Taylor,
who is the younger brother of LSU safety Curtis Taylor, had 99 yards receiving
including a touchdown grab of 49 yards. He also added a 1-yard TD run in the
47-0 shutout of
Assumption signal caller James Landry
lit it up against
Carencro's potent offense put up some great numbers in the Bears' 42-14 win over Barbe led by super running back Alonzo Landry. Landry had over 300 all-purpose yards and scored 5 TDs, including 128 yards and 4 TDs on the ground and a 91-yard kickoff return for a score.
Calvary Baptist receiver Khiry Cooper went over the 100-yard mark as the Cavaliers squeaked out a 16-9 victory over Haynesville. The highlight of the game was Cooper's 79-yard catch and run for a touchdown from junior QB Jake Booty. Booty went on to finish 17-of-24 for 222 yards with 2 TDs and 2 INTs.
DeShanti Mitchell of Sterlington carried 6 times for 96 yards with 2 scores in a 44-22 victory. Mitchell scored on runs of 2 and 52 yards.
St. James' speedy running back Luther Ambrose rushed for more than 100 yards and scored 3 TDs in the Wildcats 35-0
Yards were tough to come by for Destrehan but the Wildcats still managed to beat John Ehret 28-14. Jericho Nelson scored on three short TD runs of 12, 1 and 6 yards as Destrehan could muster only 140 yards of total offense against the Patriot defense.
Catholic of New Iberia's Travis Zacherie had over 275 all-purpose yards including a 55-yard touchdown run in the Panthers 39-28 loss to Teurlings Catholic.
Class of 2009
Behind Ladarius Abrams' 4 first half TD
runs, West Monroe defeated
Carencro wide out Ricky Johnson (5-11, 175) had over 100 yards receiving with most of it coming on an 83-yard pass that he took to the house for a score.
Evangel running back Cerderrick Tyson caught 4 passes for 85 yards and a TD and also picked up 60 yards rushing in the Eagles 45-0 win over Sarepta.
Dutchtown's 1-2 punch of Eddie Lacy
and Kelvin York proved to be too much for Central as the Griffins won 27-6. Lacy
ran 16 times for 156 yards and 2 TDs, while
D.J. Banks was in true form for St. Fredericks' in a 36-22 win over Grambling but he was not lined up at his usual running back spot. Banks had to play quarterback due to an injury to the starter and rushed for 190 yards and 4 TDs on 37 carries.