U-High crushes Loyola; Plaquemine prevails
PLAQUEMINE — Dimario Jackson took the opening kickoff 92 yards for a score, then added 200 rushing yards on 12 carries and touchdown runs of 30 and 70 yards to keep Brusly’s record perfect in four games in a 56-21 win over St. John of Plaquemine.
Quarterback Jay Christophe hit on 10 of 14 passes for 121 yards. He completed touchdown passes covering 21 and 30 yards to Terrance West and 4 yards to Landon Andre. Christophe also had a 9-yard TD run as Brusly, Class 3A’s No. 10-ranked team, ran up 346 rushing yards and 467 total yards.
St. John’s first score, a 75-yard Hunter Schnebelen-to-Hayden Hemenway pass, came after Brusly ran up a 42-0 halftime lead at CoPac Stadium.
St. John is 0-3.
UNIVERSITY HIGH 55, LOYOLA PREP 0: Nick Brossette carried 22 times for 211 yards and scored on runs covering 6, 1, 5, 17, 4 and 2 yards to lead the winning Cubs to their third win in four games. U-High came into the game ranked fifth in the state Class 2A poll.
Playing in Shreveport, the Baton Rouge team dominated: Adding to Brossette’s stats, quarterback Nik Kragthorpe rushed seven times for 83 yards and completed 16 of 21 passes for 186 yards. Kragthorpe scored on a 19-yard run that ended the Cubs’ 20-point first quarter, and passed 19 yards to Manny Miles for U-High’s final score in the third period.
Miles also had one run covering 14 yards and completed his only pass attempt of the game for 5 yards. Miles and Kragthorpe are sons of LSU coaches Les Miles and Steve Kragthorpe.
It was the first loss of the season for Loyola Prep, now 3-1.
PLAQUEMINE 35, ASSUMPTION 12: Mostly on the strength of a 20-point second quarter, Plaquemine celebrated its first win of the season in front of a home crowd.
Julius Maracalin led the charge with 161 yards on 23 carries. He scored on runs covering 3, 5 and 5 yards. Quarterback Rickey Aro ran 15 times for 64 yards and a TD and completed 3 of 7 passes for 59 yards.
Assumption was held to 66 net yards rushing and quarterback Cameron Blame, who ran for a score and passed for another, has 99 passing yards.
Plaquemine used five Assumption turnovers to move to a 1-3 record. Assumption is 2-2.
ASCENSION CATHOLIC 51, ASCENSION EPISCOPAL 7: After piling up 368 yards, all on the ground, ACHS improved to 3-0 and kept Ascension Episcopal winless in three games.
Seven different players scored for the winners, including Patrick Butler, who put up the game’s first six points on a 1-yard run. Butler also scored on a 19-yard interception return.
Ascension Episcopal was held to 96 total yards.
POINTE COUPEE CENTRAL 40, ST. EDMUND 34: Delfontay Powell broke a 34-all tie when he hauled in a 64-yard pass from Kevin Bourgeois with 3:44 left to get PCC its first win of the year in the District 6-1A opener for both teams.
PC-Central ran out to a 28-12 halftime lead on Bourgeois’ arm. He passed 4 yards to David St. Cyr, then his DMichael Lucas for a 13-yard TD strike in the first quarter. He found Powell for a 53-yard TD pass, then came back to hit St. Cyr on a 33-yard scoring pass before halftime.
St. Ed’s Blue Jays got its first-half scores from Perry Pitre’s 5-yard run and Pitre’s 17-yard pass to Drew Brown.
Pitre opened the second-half scoring with a 2-yard run, but Powell hauled in a 28-yard scoring pass from Bourgeois to counter that St. Ed’s effort.
The Blue Jays rallied to tie the score on 4-yard and 5-yard TD runs by Pitre, who ran for both 2-point PATs for St. Ed’s 16-point fourth-period surge.
Then came the hammer, Powell’s 64-yard catch-and-run that pushed PC-Central to a 1-2 overall record and dropped St. Ed’s to 2-2.
All totaled Bourgeois completed 17 of 27 passes for 299 yards and six TDs. He also kicked two PATs. He was intercepted by St. Ed’s Drake Brunet.
Powell caught four passes for 157 yards and accounted for PC-Central’s lone interception. St. Cyr caught 5 passes for 77 yards.
St. Edmund ran 53 times for 233 yards. Pitre had 42 carries for 172 yards and completed 6 of 13 passes for 91 yards. Pitre accounted for all 34 of his team’s points.
SILLIMAN 20, OAK FOREST 19: Silliman ran out to a 20-6 halftime lead then held off hard-charging Oak Forest for the MAIS District 6-2A win.
Todd Bourgeois tied the score at 6 with a 4-yard run in the first quarter to offset a 20-yard scoring run by OFA’s Zach Kent.
Silliman got a 9-yard scoring run from Bourgeois and Cobb Kelly’s 20-yard run for the halftime lead.
OFA quarterback Carter Capdeboscq scored on a run, then passed 10 yards to Dave Smith in the fourth quarter. The PAT kick failed.
The difference in the score came on Brady Bryan’s two PAT kicks for Silliman.
McDONOGH (35) 52, DONALDSONVILLE 14: Carlos Henderson scored on runs of 15, 16, 5 and 34 yards to lead visiting McDonogh 35 to the lopsided win. Henderson carried only 9 times for 84 yards: McDonogh finished with 44 carries for 301 yards, and Henderson’s first three scores helped the visitors to a 28-0 halftime lead.
Donaldsonville had 9 rushing yards, and both teams had 181 passing yards each.
WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN 48, FALSE RIVER ACADEMY 0: Hoyt Brignac took the opening kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown and Jalen Williams added scores on TD receptions covering 49 and 32 yards from Luke Judice. Tyler Louviere scored on a 3-yard run and kicked six of seven PATs.
WCA ran up 400 yards on offense and limited FRA to 119 total yards.
Louviere led the winners with 8 carries for 102 yards. Judice was good on 9 of 12 passes for 172 yards. Brock Rockefort led FRA with 91 yards on 27 rushes.
CHEF 60, BRHAA 6: Christian home-schooled Patriots got 108 yards on 9 carries and two scores from Tyler Dixon and 103 yards on 6 carries from Michael Costa in the one-sided game. Clay Cornelius’s 3-yard run in the first period was Baton Rouge Home School lone score.
CHEF rushed 23 times for 373 yards and quarterback Arek Moslander hit 7 of 10 passes for another 149 yards and four TDs.