3-star wide out Toddrick Bajoie saw
extensive action for the first time this season since straining a ligament in
his ankle in week one and he came back with a vengeance. Bajoie caught 6 passes
for 132 yards including an 85-yarder that he took to the house for six in
Catholic of Pointe Coupee's 35-28 win over
Scout.com's 18th ranked
QB Jarrett Lee completed 13-of-18 of his passes for 187 yards and 1 TD in
leading Brenham (
3-star RB Stevan Ridley had his
lowest output of the season but you would hardly call it a bad outing by the
blue-chip prospect. Ridley rushed for 163 yards and 2 TDs on just 10 carries in
Josh Jasper kicked his
40th career field goal and now holds the record in
Some feel that 5-star running back Joe McKnight could possibly be better suited to play receiver at the next level than running with the ball. It would be hard to argue based on this season because McKnight has put up just as good of numbers catching the ball as he has toting it. Last Friday, he added another couple of touchdown receptions during John Curtis' 40-0 win against St. Charles Catholic.
5-star defensive end Luther Davis
had 5 tackles in
Safety Chad Jones is Tiger Rag's
No. 1 player on the defensive side of the ball and a big reason is because of
his speed. Jones flashed that speed against
4-star safety Stefoin Francois was honored during halftime of East St. John's 62-21 victory over John Ehret for being named a U.S. Army All-American. Francois totaled 9 tackles in the contest to bring his season total to 68.
For the second consecutive week,
5-star wide out Demetrius Byrd caught the game-winning touchdown in leading
No. 1 ranked RB Noel Devine rushed for 100 yards and 2 TDs on carries in a 27-14
win. It was Devine's first action after serving a two-game suspension
after Friday's performance, he is 223 yards and nine touchdowns away from
breaking former Mariner standout Earnest Graham's
4-star wide out Dez Bryant from
Scout.com's 7th rated
receiver Ron Brooks threw for 2 TDs and ran for another but it was not enough as
3-star QB Gilbert Moye, who is
being recruited as an athlete by the Tigers, passed for 146 yards and 3 TDs in a
44-41 win for Diboll (
St. Thomas More safety Grant Fleming and the Cougar defense held one of the top running backs in the Acadiana area, Kenneth Batiste, to only 48 yards rushing in a 25-8 win over Northside. Fleming was named defensive player of the week by his coaches for racking up 10 tackles (3 solos & 7 assists), 1 INT that he returned for 15 yards, and he also broke up another pass.
T-Bob Hebert sat out
Captain Shreve linebacker Dusty Rust had 15 tackles and a forced fumble in the Gators 17-14 loss to Pineville.
Destrehan cornerback Joshua Victorian was responsible for a pair of touchdowns in the Wildcats 44-20 win against Assumption. Victorian picked off a pass and returned it 90 yards for a score and he also returned a punt 32 yards to pay dirt.
3-star wide receiver Kendrick Cellestine, who is on LSU's radar as a cornerback, is putting up some good numbers in Mamou's offense. Against Welsh, Cellestine caught a pass and turned it into a 99-yard TD reception but Mamou still came up a little short by falling 34-24. He now has over 550 yards receiving and 4 TDs despite missing some time with a minor injury.
FSU commit Ahmad Paige continues to face double coverage for Sterlington but he was able to find the end zone in a 41-21 win over Ferriday. Paige caught 4 passes for 40 yards on the night.
LSU baseball commit Ben Alsup
suffered a serious ankle injury in
3-star running back Philip Livas
found the end zone four times in South Terrebonne's 55-7 win over
Hahnville's dual-threat quarterback
Early James accounted for 4 TDs in the Tigers 47-27 loss at the hands of
John Curtis's leading rusher, David Seeman, ran for 113 yards on 16 rushes in the Patriots 40-0 win.
Archbishop Shaw running back Daniel Borne scored a pair of TDs on the ground and ran for 94 yards on 18 carries in the Eagles 54-7 win over Belle Chasse.
Class of 2008
Ocean Springs (
Hahnville's LaRon Byrd torched the
Carencro's dual-threat signal
caller Kydell Andrus passed for 277 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' 38-28
Southpaw Ryan Lewis of Catholic of Baton Rouge completed 6-of-9 of his passes for 90 yards including a big 64-yard TD pass to help the Bears to a 21-7 win over Woodlawn. Lewis also tossed his first and only interception of the season in the contest and his season totals are now 43-of-73 passing for 795 yards and 10 TDs in the Bears' ground-oriented offense.
Khiry Cooper of Calvary Baptist,
who already holds an offer from
Travis Zacherie went over the 1,000 yard mark for the season with his 139 yards on the ground in the Panthers 16-13 win over Erath.
Destrehan lost its starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson last week to a broken wrist and now running back Jericho Nelson will shoulder more of the load on offense. Against Assumption, Nelson ran for 100 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries to pace the Wildcats.
DeShanti Mitchell averaged 14 yards a pop in Sterlington's win over Ferriday. Mitchell broke one run for a 66-yard touchdown and finished with 141 yards and a pair of scores on only 10 carries.
Assumption quarterback James Landry is starting to gat some interest from SEC schools but Destrehan's defense bottled him up. He still had a decent outing by completing 15-of-31 passes for 196 yards.
Class of 2009
Dutchtown was missing one half of
its dynamic rushing duo but the Griffins still had enough to overtake
Evangel running back Cerderrick Tyson led the Eagles to a come from behind 20-19 win over Calvary Baptist. The sophomore sensation ran for 148 yards and 2 TDs on 23 carries including the game-winner to lift Evangel to the victory. Calvary Baptist's James Michael Miller did his part by running for 101 yards and breaking off a 70-yarder for a touchdown. Miller also pulled in a touchdown reception from junior quarterback Jake Booty.