Joe McKnight got his hands on the ball only six times in John Curtis 54-0 win over
DeAngelo Benton gets better and better as the year moves on and he was too much for the Carroll secondary in the Rams 48-7 win. The 4-star wide out caught a pair of touchdown passes and finished with 5 grabs for 96 yards.
Jarrett Lee came up big as Brenham (
No. 1 ranked running back in the land, Noel Devine, rushed for 226 yards and 3
TDs on 19 carries to lead North Fort Myers (
4-star receiver Ron Brooks accounted for 152 total yards and scored his team's only touchdown in a 28-7 loss. Brooks was taken from the field on a stretcher after an apparent neck injury late in the fourth quarter but MacArthur coach Brian Basil said Brooks would probably be fine after he was immobilized and taken to the hospital as a precaution.
Dez Bryant, a 4-star wide
Stevan Ridley rushed for
264 yards on 36 carries, which accounted for 84 percent of
4-star wide receiver
Co-Eric Riley had a good outing against
Texas A&M commitment
Shawnbrey McNeal, who is keeping his eye on LSU, was a one-man wrecking crew for
Mamou's Kendrick Cellestine had 4 receptions for 80 yards and a couple of touchdowns in a 45-21 win over Iota. His scoring grabs were from 34 and 23 yards away.
Thomas More safety prospect Lance Kelley had a big night on the other side of
the ball with 5 catches for 151 yards in the Cougars 48-6 victory over
Captain Shreve linebacker Dusty Rust harassed the Parkway quarterback all evening and made things miserable for him in the Gators 22-14 win. Rust sacked him three times and registered seven tackles in the victory. The 6-3, 212-pounder now has 105 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 2 INTs and 3 sacks on the season.
Ahmad Paige, who is committed to
running back Phillip Livas became the all-time leading rusher at
Edwin Reed was all over the field in Destrehan's 35-21 win against
Jonathan English had a career night for John Curtis as the "Tank" recorded 12 tackles
linebacker Cedrick Cooper scored three fourth quarter touchdowns from his
fullback spot to lead
Archbishop Shaw rolled to a 56-7 victory over Vanderbilt Catholic behind Daniel Borne's 110 yard and three touchdown night on the ground.
came up on the short end of the stick versus
Class of 2008
Rayville has one of the top pass-catch duos in the state and the two players are only juniors. Chris Tolliver, who could be close to getting an offer from LSU, caught 8 passes for 101 yards in 34-32 loss to Richwood. Firing those passes to Tolliver was Justin Higgins, who finished the night 20-of-28 for 295 yards and 1 TD but he also threw a couple of interceptions.
got back on the winning track by defeating
Damaris Johnson (5-7, 160, 4.5) continues to benefit from all of the
double-teams that Tim Molten draws. Johnson caught 5 passes for 135 yards and 2
TDs with the scoring strikes from 52 and 60 yards out. Jericho Nelson added a
couple of touchdown on the ground to help lead Destrehan to the 35-21 win over
LaRon Byrd has not been able to get the ball thrown his way as much as he would like but he did pull down a 15-yard TD pass in Hahnville's loss to John Ehret.
Catholic of New Iberia free safety Ryan St. Julien flashed his speed for those in attendance of the Panthers 27-7 win over E.D. White. He returned a kick 85 yards for a score to go with Travis Zacherie's 111 yards and 1 TD on the ground.
Class of 2009
heralded duo of Kelvin York and Eddie Lacy were too much for Franklinton as the
Griffins ran to a 21-7 victory.
St. Frederick's D. J. Banks did his damage receiving with 103 yards and 2 TDs on 4 catches in a 47-20 loss to Oak Grove. Banks was bottled up on the ground as he could muster only 28 yards on 14 carries but he did score once there as well.
Cerderrick Tyson rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown in helping Evangel to a 30-6 win over Haynesville.