Week 4: Prep roundup

Week 4 scores:



Central Lafourche 37

H.L. Bourgeois 26



 

South Lafourche 56

Helen Cox 35



 

Terrebonne 31



Westgate 8

 



New Iberia 35

Thibodaux 7



 

Ellender 68

Albany 24



 

Morgan City 49



Jeanerette 8

 



E.D. White 21

South Terrebonne 14



 

Vandebilt 49



St. James 6



 

Erath 42



Berwick 9

 



North Vermilion 31



Patterson 14

 



Central Catholic 46



Northlake Christian 34

 



Covenant Christian 55



Lake Area New Tech 0

 



St. Martin’s 26

Houma Christian 20

 

Week 5 games:

E.D. White @ Central Lafourche

Thibodaux @ H.L. Bourgeois

Terrebonne @ South Lafourche

Ellender @ Northlake Christian

Pearl River @ Morgan City

East Jefferson @ South Terrebonne

Belle Chasse @ Vandebilt Catholic

Berwick @ Patterson

Central Catholic @ Ascension Catholic

Houma Christian @ Crescent City

 

Prep Football Week 4 by the Numbers

128: The total number of points Ellender has scored in its past two games – both wins. Once an annual bottom-tier team, the Patriots are now 3-1 on the season.

397: The number of rushing yards Central Lafourche was able to accumulate in Friday’s win against H.L. Bourgeois. The victory moves the team to 1-0 in Bayou District play.

35: With revenge on their mind, South Lafourche avenged last season’s close loss to Helen Cox thanks to a 35-point first quarter.

Week 4 players of the week:

Bronze:

Central Lafourche backs Bryson Davis and Thomas Wesley – The Trojans’ one-two punch pounded H.L. Bourgeois early and often, combining for 229 total rushing yards in the win – the first of coach John Callahan’s career with the Trojans.

Silver:

South Lafourche receiver Zaron Jenkins – Everything the Tarpon receiver touched turned to gold Friday night against Helen Cox. Jenkins caught three passes for 90 yards – all of the catches were for touchdowns.

Gold:

Ellender quarterback Dustin Creppel – I really try hard to avoid naming someone as our gold medal player two weeks in a row. But we’d flat-out lose integrity if we kept Creppel off the list this week. The Ellender quarterback tossed for 408 yards and six touchdowns in just more than three quarters of action against Albany.

The Power 6 (Ranking the top six teams in the area, according to Sports Editor Casey Gisclair)

1. South Lafourche – The Tarpons remain on top for the fourth-straight week after demolishing a good Helen Cox team. The Tarpons are tough to tangle with when momentum is on their side. Just ask Helen Cox – they trailed South Lafourche 35-6 before they even got off the bus Friday night.

2. E.D. White – The Cardinals didn’t play their best game Friday but survived to remain unbeaten. Truly, the only thing allowing them to keep their No. 2 spot right now is the fact that they defeated the No. 3 team head-to-head.

3. Vandebilt – The Terriers have really come a long way since their Week 1 loss to the Cardinals. The fact that Vandebilt scored a blowout without a huge night from all-everything quarterback Elijah McGuire is a reason for optimism.

4. Ellender – Ellender’s not a fluke, folks. These guys can score the football on anyone. After another 60-point effort, I am now officially a believer that these guys will contend for a spot in the top 6 all season.

5. Morgan City – The Tigers continue to quietly plod along with an unbeaten record. For the second-straight season, coach Brandon Nowlin is doing a masterful job with this team.

6. Terrebonne – The Tigers are one of the most difficult teams to forecast in all of Louisiana. One week they look awful and lose handily to Ellender at home. Another week, they play a solid game and demolish Westgate on the road.

Quote of the Week

“Now, we just know how to win a little bit.”

Ellender coach Terry Washington when asked the difference between his team today compared to his team at the start of the 2012 season.

The E.D. White defense swarms to the football during a scrimmage against H.L. Bourgeois. The Cardinals have used their powerful defense to remain unbeaten – one of a handful of local teams yet to suffer a loss this season.

FILE PHOTO