LHSAA Week 6 Thread - Updated with Thursday Night scores
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LHSAA Week 6 Thread - Updated with Thursday Night scores
Posted by brewhan davey on 10/4 at 9:07 am
Sorry chalmetteowl

Thursday's games

Covington 21 Ponchatoula 6

Warren Easton 20 East Jefferson 14

Fontainebleau 33 Northshore 21

Hahnville 20 Bonnabel 19

Mandeville 24 Slidell 10

Springfield 34 Pope John Paul II 24

Salmen 28 St. Paul's 11

OP Walker 36 McDonogh 35 0

Friday's Games

Bastrop @ Neville

Central @ Zachary

South Plaquemines @ Newman

Higgins @ Destrehan

Loranger @ Albany

Capitol @ Dunham

Byrd @ Haughton

Shaw @ Belle Chasse

Acadiana @ Barbe

Notre Dame @ Jennings

Ouachita Christian @ St. Fred's

St. Thomas More @ Teurlings

Helen Cox @ Edna Karr

West Monroe @ Pineville

East Ascension @ McKinley

Episcopal @ University

Evangel @ B.T. Washington

North Webster @ Calvary Baptist

Ruston @ Ouachita

Scotlandville @ Denham Springs

St. Amant @ Dutchtown

St. Louis Catholic @ Washington-Marion

BR Catholic @ BR Woodlawn

John Curtis @ Carver

East Feliciana @ Parkview Baptist

Jesuit @ Chalmette

Brother Martin @ West Jefferson

Saturday's Games

Thibodaux @ Rummel (2 pm)

Holy Cross @ St. Augustine



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Posted by rmc on 10/4 at 9:07 am to brewhan davey
I can't wait to see ZHS roll Central. Must be tough for Wes Watts to watch.


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Posted by bubbz on 10/4 at 9:14 am to rmc
I remember ole Coach Watts. I never thought he was a great basketball coach. Had some talent at Central a few years and never really did anything with it.


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Posted by JJ27 on 10/4 at 9:20 am to brewhan davey
4-1 West Monroe at 5-0 Pineville. I GUARANTEE that the Rebels win this one.


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Posted by brewhan davey on 10/4 at 9:21 am to JJ27
Don't know how I left them out of the OP


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Posted by double d on 10/4 at 10:01 am to brewhan davey
Hahnville should finally win a game.

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Posted by oauron on 10/4 at 10:01 am to brewhan davey
The Capitol/Dunham game will be Friday, not Thursday. That said, Capitol just fired their coach, so I can't imagine the game will be all that close.


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Posted by Dro on 10/4 at 10:20 am to oauron
STM @ Teurlings should be a Doozie


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Posted by Mr. Hangover on 10/4 at 10:26 am to brewhan davey
brew you also left out shaw @ belle chasse on friday


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Posted by brewhan davey on 10/4 at 10:31 am to Mr. Hangover
fixed


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Posted by YMCA on 10/4 at 10:37 am to brewhan davey
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Bastrop @ Neville


This should be a good one to watch. Could turn into a track meet.



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Posted by chalmetteowl on 10/4 at 11:18 am to brewhan davey
stupid Pan American schedules a pretty good game in East Jeff and Easton for 3:30 pm today

Bonnabel against a bad Hahnville team is still the underdogs according to this site...

http://calpreps.com/2012/ratings/Louisiana_division.htm#5A

the Catholic League begins this week, and it looks like it will come down to a Rummel-Jesuit showdown again in week 9

I think this will be Live Oak's first playoff season in 5A...

Pineville will win our award from last year, for the rudest smackdown of an upstart undefeated team from a 5A powerhouse

Parkway and Haughton came into 5A as somewhat rivals due to meeting at 9-0 each their last year in 4A, and they both might want to look into upgrading the competition the next scheduling cycle

there are 30 undefeated teams left statewide and 7 in 5A... Rummel, Parkway, St. Amant, Jesuit, Pineville, Haughton, and


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Posted by TigerintheNO on 10/4 at 11:23 am to brewhan davey
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John Curtis @ Carver


Carver gave up 72 last week to Newman, will be interested to see what they do this week.


To be fair, they did score 68



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Posted by trilltiger on 10/4 at 11:36 am to rmc
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I can't wait to see ZHS roll Central. Must be tough for Wes Watts to watch.


What's up ole buddy! I see you're still delusional.



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Posted by brewhan davey on 10/4 at 11:44 am to TigerintheNO
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Carver gave up 72 last week to Newman, will be interested to see what they do this week.


To be fair, they did score 68




Is Baylor recruiting any of their defenders?


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Posted by TigerFanInSouthland on 10/4 at 12:02 pm to brewhan davey
Captain Shreve and Airline should be an interesting one. See how Airline bounces back after Hildebrand threw four interceptions and a fumble last week at Neville.


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Posted by Roberteaux on 10/4 at 12:25 pm to chalmetteowl
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the Catholic League begins this week, and it looks like it will come down to a Rummel-Jesuit showdown again in week 9


no doubt. Both teams will be undefeated at that point...



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Posted by wildtigercat93 on 10/4 at 12:42 pm to rmc
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Message Posted by rmc I can't wait to see ZHS roll Central. Must be tough for Wes Watts to watch.



Hahahaha



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Posted by SELUBoi on 10/4 at 12:48 pm to wildtigercat93
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I can't wait to see ZHS roll Central


I agree
Just realized that Zachary has played every game (jamboree game included) so far this season at home.



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Posted by brewhan davey on 10/4 at 1:28 pm to brewhan davey
I'll be in Slidell tonight watching the St. Paul's-Salmen matchup.

The Wolves have survived the last couple weeks with close calls to Covington and Mandeville (their top two district opponents) and go on the road to face a tough non-district foe in Salmen. If the Spartans air it out with LSU-commit Chuck Baker, they should move the ball pretty handedly. I'm not sure the status of St. Paul's safety Jay Washington (who injured his shoulder against Covington), but without him back there, it makes a difference.

Salmen is known for their relentless ground game and have a RB that will contend for the title of second-best RB in the state for the 2014 class by the name of Chris Thomas. They usually feed him the ball 25-30 times/game, so the Wolves' front 7 better bring their A game (although I feel their run defense is their strong point).

It should be a great matchup, but I'm gonna go against my alma mater and say Salmen takes this one 24-13.



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