Several local football teams playing in Washington Parish on Friday

Published 2:02 pm Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The high school football season continues Friday, as local teams compete in five combined games.
Four teams are playing in the parish and three schools have home games.
One contest has a pair of local teams playing as Bogalusa hosts Pine.
Every game is Friday.

Bogalusa at Pine
Bogalusa is at home this week, playing Pine in an intra-parish contest.
This is the first regular season meeting between the two teams since 2014. Bogalusa won that game, 39-14. Pine and Bogalusa met in the Washington Parish Jamboree last year and Pine won that game, 24-6.
Bogalusa opened the season last week with a 26-13 victory over Istrouma.
“I think our kids and coaches are excited to play this week,” Bogalusa coach Adam Brumfield said. “It’s always fun to play a team in your parish because bragging rights are always on the line. (Pine) Coach (Bradley) Seal and his staff do a great job and I know he’ll have his team prepared, so we’re really looking forward to the game.”
Brumfield credited many aspects of his team on the victory.
“I thought our offensive line played really well Friday night,” Brumfield said. “We were able to run the ball successfully and our special teams were vastly improved since we played at the jamboree and that helped. Raheem Roberts made a pick-six in the fourth quarter, which sealed the game for us.”
Last week, Josh Taylor threw for 112 yards and a touchdown on 7-of-9 passing. Taylor also ran 14 times for 67 yards.
Talik Williams had 60 yards on the ground and a touchdown. He also caught a pass for 14 yards. Williams also had three solo tackles, two assists, one for a loss and he recovered a fumble.
Tajdryn Forbes recorded two catches for 48 yards and a touchdown.
Tyrese Roussell caught two passes for 35 yards. Defensively, he tallied five solo stops to go with two assists and a tackle for a loss.
Raheem Roberts made a pair of receptions for 20 yards. Roberts also had an interception return for a score that sealed the game.
Shadwick Gamble made six tackles, two assists with a sack and a stop for a loss.
The defensive unit allowed 215 yards from scrimmage — 116 rushing, 99 passing.
Pine enters the week 0-1 after a 41-20 loss to Jewel Sumner.
“We’ve got to move fast from last week and fix our mistakes,” Seal said. “It’s a big game. It’s against a parish team and you want to play hard against your in-parish teams.”
Adrianuen Johnson rushed for 99 yards on 13 carries and three touchdowns for Pine.
“This whole year, he’s run the ball really well. He’s a big back and a skilled runner. He knows how to run the football,” Seal said.
Seal felt his defense stopped the run well last week.
“We just got beat with three big pass plays,” Seal said.

Fontainebleau at Franklinton
Franklinton returns home this week to play Fontainebleau.
Both teams lost in their first game of 2019.
The Demons had a 40-17 setback to Covington while Fontainebleau was defeated by Lakeshore, 48-41.
These teams have met in each of the last two years and have split the two games.
Fontainebleau won last year’s match up, 35-19.
Last week, Jasper LaSalle completed 19-of-33 passes for 226 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also ran for 33 yards.
Mike Martin had 25 rushing yards and a touchdown.
Quaran Warren had 19 ground yards and Cornelius Laurant added three. Laurant also made two receptions for 37 yards while Warren had five yards receiving.
Caleb Brown led the receivers with seven catches for 123 yards and a touchdown.
Kadarious Mark caught five passes for 60 yards.
Defensively, Noah Breland led the unit with eight tackles and he recovered a fumble.
Trey’un Walker posted six stops.
Ben Bickham had five tackles and a forced fumble.
Jacob Turnage and Malachi Martin made four stops each. Turnage had a tackle for a loss.
Lamar Gray had three stops and defended pass.
Avant Monnie and Kendarius Brumfield made two tackles each.
Sheldon Jenkins, Corinthious Dickerson, Chase Sheridan, Dallas Kemp and Jaylen Simmons all made one stop for Franklinton.
The Demons’ special teams blocked two extra points.

Crescent City at Varnado
Varnado has its home opener against Crescent City.
The Wildcats began the season with a 44-0 victory over Thrive Academy last Thursday on the road.
“First home game, should be exciting,” Varnado coach Milton Green said. “It’s a big event for the community to come out. It’s also community leaders night out. We’re going to recognize the community leaders and school board members. We’re going to come out and hopefully do our part and be victorious.”
In last week’s game, Kennis Loper ran for a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass.
Jaylen Peters posted a rushing touchdown.
Zantonio Peters tallied a running touchdown and he picked off two passes.
Jaheim Hooks III caught a touchdown pass.
Bubba Bickham threw a scoring pass.
Kim McGowan Jr. was on the receiving end of a touchdown pass.
Zamarion Washington tallied on a run.
Charlie Wash returned an interception for a touchdown.

Bowling Green School at Columbia Academy
Bowling Green School begins District 4A3 play with a road contest against Columbia Academy.
“Columbia is a good, big physical team,” Bowling Green coach Riley Boudreaux said. “Kind of going back to the Cathedral statement in week one, we’re going to be in a dog fight.”
Bowling Green enters this week with a 3-0 record after a 50-0 win over Amite School Center.
Last week, Rashaan Duke went 6-for-8 passing for 114 yards. He was also the team’s top rusher with 146 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns.
Narada McGill threw for 24 yards and a score. He also rushed for 67 yards on three carries and a touchdown.
Jekorvian Long had 116 yards on five carries and a pair of touchdowns.
Wayne Ray had 35 yards on four attempts.
Steven Cooper led the receivers with six receptions for 122 yards and a touchdown.
Braxton Brock made two catches for nine yards and Nathan Jenkins had a reception for seven yards.
Jackson Dobraska led the defense with 8.5 tackles.
Kengie Gordon, Cameron Brock, Crockett Comeaux and Jacob Devall all had three stops. Brock forded a fumble and Devall had a sack.
Hunter Wilkinson, Emmanuel Powell, Denzel Evans, Cade Morere and Ethan Brock all posted two stops.
Jonathon Saverese and Tony Downs had a stop each. Downs defended a pass.
Brayden Edwards recovered a fumble and defended a pass while Matthew Downs recorded a pass defensed.
Columbia is 1-2 following its 44-42 win over Brookhaven Academy last week.
These teams have met every year in the regular season since at least 2004 and Bowling Green leads the 15 matchups, 8-7.
The Buccaneers won last season’s game, 32-26, which snapped Columbia’s five-game winning streak over Bowling Green.

Ben’s Ford Christian School at Christian Collegiate Academy
Ben’s Ford Christian School takes to the road this week to face Christian Collegiate Academy.
Ben’s Ford comes in with a 1-2 mark after a 22-14 loss to Hebron Christian School last week.
“It’s another game like this past week. It’s a game we should be successful in if we take care of the little things like blocking, tackling and taking care of the football,” Ben’s Ford coach Tommy Pittman said.
Pittman said that Daniel Martin, Payton Miller and Gage Adams all played well for his team last week.
“They came up, made some big hits and carried the ball well,” Pittman said.
Martin passed for 121 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed for 28 yards and a score. Defensively, Adams tallied four tackles.
Payton Miller ran 11 times for 53 yards. Miller also made seven tackles, a half of one for loss.
John Robert Holston caught three passes for 69 yards. Holston had 2.5 stops, with a half tackle behind the line.
Adams had one catch for 52 yards and a score. Adams tallied five tackles and one for a loss.
John Glover posted 3.5 stops with two behind the line.
Alex Stogner tallied 2.5 tackles and one for a loss.
Cameron Bullen recorded 2.5 tackles.
Austin Stogner made 1.5 tackles.
Joseph Williams and Brantley Dyess made a half a tackle and a half a stop for a loss each.
Christian Collegiate Academy enters this week with an 0-3 record after falling to Prairie View Academy, 50-6.
This is the first of two meetings this season for the clubs and the Eagles will play them twice in a row. Ben’s Ford has a bye next week and then will face Christian Collegiate Academy at home on Sept. 27.
Christian Collegiate Academy has a game next week against Briarfield Academy.