Photos: Friday night Football, Sept. 14

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  • Advocate photo by JOHN OUBRECentral quarterback Brett Courville fights for extra yards as Woodlawn defenders Jacobe Powers and Malik Meggs bring him down Friday night. The Wildcats and Panthers combined for 846 yards and 91 points as Central defeated Woodlawn 57-34.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Central Head Coach Sid Edwards coaches from the sidelines.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Woorlawn running back Emmanuel Stewart is brought down by Central's Tony Ragusa after a modest gain.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Woodlawn's Cameron Lazare is brought down by Central's Craig Jones after catching a pass.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Central quarterback Brett Courville hands the ball off to his running back Gary Triplett during the first half against Woodlawn.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Woodlawn coach Don Jones watches his team.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Central High quarterback Brett Courville is in the grasp of Woodlawn defender John Hodges but still manages to throw a completion downfield.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Central High wide receiver Devon Gales turns up field after a short pass reception.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Woodlawn running back Charles Brooks is pulled down by Central High defenders Ashton Stokes (59) and Logan Green (36) after a short gain.

  • Advocate Photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Woodlawn head Coach Don Jones coaches from the sideline.

  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Shelby Christy (1), left, fakes out Sulphur's Tylon Harmon (5) during the first half.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Leaping Griffin - Dutchtown's Marquillis Holden makes a leaping touchdown catch while double-teamed by Sulphur's Will Redd, left, and Joel Peterson. The Griffins won 49-17 Friday night.

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  • Advocate staff photos by ADAM LAUDutchtown’s Torrance Mosley outruns Sulphur’s Austin Land after catching a long touchdown pass in 2012.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU Dutchtown quarterback Mason Nickens has passed for 492 yards in the balanced Griffins offense.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Austen Brown (34) and Shelby Christy (1), from left, celebrate after Christy's early touchdown reception against Sulphur during the first half.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown wide receiver Cameron Joshua outruns Sulphur's defense during the second half.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Sulphur’s Brian Walker, bottom, fumbles the ball as Dutchtown’s Chris Collins, left, and Tevin Reed, right, try to get to the ball.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Shelby Christy dashes across the field after making a reception during their game.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAUDutchtown coach Benny Saia: 'With that said, there are still challenges out there. Last year, we got caught in the trap of thinking every was OK, and Woodlawn outplayed us and should have beat us. We need to approach every game with intensity and focus.'

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Dakota Brown (81) right, is pursued by Sulphur's defense.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown quarterback Mason Nickens (#15), right, rushes past Sulphur's Joel Peterson (#32), center.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Sulphur's Kilo Fradieu (4), center, is swarmed by Dutchtown's Victor Mattaur (40), Justin Sampson (27), and Alex Thibodeaux (43), from left, during their game.

  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Sulphur's head coach Harold Fusilier watches dejectedly from the sidelines as his team is routed by Dutchtown.

  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Corey McBride (6), celebrates a long touchdown run during their game.

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  • Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Dutchtown's Shelby Christy (1), left, has a touchdown pass swatted away by Sulphur's Will Redd (15), right, during a high school football game at Dutchtown High School in Geismar.

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  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs defenders Garrett Osborne (31) and Andrew Ayers (24) tackle Catholic High's Khalil Thomas.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Catholic High's Darius Guice carries the ball for a touchdown in the third quarter against Denham Springs.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs defenders, Cole Spear (9), left, and Garrett Matherne (84), right, tackle Catholic High's Khalil Thomas Friday night at Olympia Stadium.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWERCatholic High's Khalil Thomas pushes through Denham Springs defenders Bryce Dugas (20) and Garrett Osborne (31) last Friday night at Olympia Stadium.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWERCatholic coach Dale Weiner talks with Matthew Venable during last month's game against Denham Springs.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs' Kaleb Blanchard (6) breaks away from Catholic High's Brendon Walsh (5) for the Yellow Jackets' second touchdown of the second half Friday night at Olympia Stadium.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs' Andrew Ayres (24) runs the ball back for a 98-yard touchdown at the beginning of the second half against Catholic High.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWERCatholic coach Dale Weiner: ‘I’m so proud of our guys for the improvements we’ve made and how far they’ve come since last year.”

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- After breaking free of Catholic High defenders, Denham Springs' Kaleb Blanchard (6) tries to carry the ball past Catholic High's Euclid Michel (3).

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs head coach Dru Nettles talks to his players on the sidelines during their game against Catholic High.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs' head coach Dru Nettles talks to quarterback Matt Erwin Friday night during their game against Catholic High.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Catholic High's Khalil Thomas (3) tries to break away from Denham Springs defender Garrett Osborne (31) during the first quarter.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Denham Springs' Matt Erwin passes the ball Friday night during the Yellow Jackets' game against Catholic High.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Mary LaHaye processes down the 50-yard line of Olympia Stadium Friday night with her father, Mark LaHaye, as part of Catholic High's homecoming court.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Mary Grace Pollet walks with her father, Dr. Stephen Pollet, as part of Catholic High's homecoming court Friday night during half time.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Ashley Taylor Adams, middle, hugs Catholic High's newly crowned homecoming queen, Morgan Lynn Prejean Friday night as Bailey Adams Walker, left, waits to congratulate Prejean at half time.

  • Advocate staff photo by LIBBY ISENHOWER -- Robert Walker, right, accompanies his daughter, Bailey Adams Walker, as she processes down the 50-yard line for Catholic High's homecoming court.