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Erath's Coy Broussard catches a pass for a touchdown against Morgan City.

Erath whips Morgan City

MORGAN CITY - The Erath Bobcats had an easy time Friday against the Morgan City Tigers.
The Bobcats scored 27 points in the first half and cruised to a 55-6 victory.
The Bobcats had 549 yards of total offense. They ran for 217 yards and they threw for 292 yards.
Making his high school debut at quarterback was Gabe Primeaux, who completed seven of 13 passes for 151 yards. Freshman QB Lynkon Romero also got to see playing time. He completed three of four passes for 81 yards and a score.
Trent Bristo had 19 carries for 170 yards and scored a touchdown for EHS.

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Kaplan quarterback Mason Frick tries to get around the corner against Church Point.

Church Point gets rare shutout against Kaplan

KAPLAN - When the Kaplan Pirates have trouble running the football, that is not a good sign.
On Friday at the Ed Douglas Memorial Stadium, the Pirates tried to run their Wing-T offense against the largest defensive line they will face this year.
The Pirates rushed for only 87 yards en route to a 12-0 loss to the Church Point Bears. The last time the Pirates were shut out in the regular season was in the 2014 season. Church Point beat the Pirates 30-0.
However, the last game Kaplan did not score a point was two years ago against Eunice (19-0) in the Class 3A playoffs.

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Delcambre running back Noah Broussard runs through a big hole against Centerville on Thursday.

Delcambre Panthers look good in first game of 2020 season

DELCAMBRE - The Delcambre Panthers looked good in their first game of the 2020 football season.
The Panthers had 285 yards of total offense en route to a 25-6 win over Centerville on Thursday night.
Running out of the Wing-T offense, the Panthers rushed for 226 yards.
Sharing the rushing yards were fullback Noah Broussard (14-82), quarterback Kalob Moneaux (8-49), and tailback Jamian Guy (13-95).
Delcambre head coach Artie Liuzza was pleased with what he saw Thursday night. He gave his team a five-minute pep talk after the game.

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