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Balanced offense lifts Cecilia to easy victory

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POWERING IN — Cecilia running back Kyle Guidry protects the ball as he plunges into the end zone with help from Bulldog blockers Trenton Guidry (79), Austin Bijeaux (59) and Brylan Ray (61). Cecilia rolled to a 49-0 win over 5-4A opponent Westgate last Friday.(Geralyn Thomassee)

A struggling Westgate team was no match for Cecilia’s offensive juggernaut last week as the Bulldogs rolled to a 49-0 District 5-4A victory over the 0-7 Tigers.
Cecilia roared to a 28-0 halftime lead and added 21 more points in the third period before coasting through the final stanza.

Lee, Leon boost BB to 30-8 win over Wildcats

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TD CATCH – Breaux Bridge’s Daniel Lee gets past an Abbeville defender and gathers in a touchdown pass from QB Julian Leon last Friday. Lee had two TD catches and also scored on a 31-yard run as the Tigers rolled to a 30-8 victory.(Ted Uhall)

With senior running back Ruben Hypolite still mending from an earlier leg injury, Daniel Lee and sophomore quarterback Julian Leon stepped up big time last week to lead Breaux Bridge to a 30-8 District 5-4A victory over Abbeville.
Lee, a senior, rushed for 40 yards and a TD and caught nine passes for 100 yards and two more scores.

Cecilia faces tough test; BB, SM look to rebound

The third week of the parish high school football season features a Thursday night game between St. Martinville and Eunice while Breaux Bridge travels to Rayne on Friday and Cecilia hosts Crowley.

Anemic offense dooms Breaux Bridge Tigers

Breaux Bridge – A swarming Notre Dame defense that claimed three turnovers and shut down Breaux Bridge’s rushing game boosted the visiting Pioneers to a 20-0 shutout win here last Friday.
Ironically, it was The Bridge’s first shutout since a 3-0 loss to Notre Dame in week 2 of the 2013 season.

Big plays, turnovers cost SM in 21-12 loss

Napoleonville – Assumption quarterback Daron Williams scored three touchdowns – including runs of 74 and 42 yards – and St. Martinville fumbled six times with three turnovers as the Fighting Mustangs handed the Tigers a 21-12 loss here last Friday.