CHURCH POINT — If defense wins championships, then the Jennings Bulldogs are the favorite to win the Class 3A crown. The Bulldogs held the Church Point Battlin’ Bears — a team that recorded 663 rushing yards in last week’s bi-district playoff — to fewer than 200 yards in their 28-7 victory in the regional round of the playoffs. Jennings will now face Crowley in next week’s quarterfinal match. Here are five takeaways from the second-round contest.
The Church Point Battlin’ Bears racked up 663 yards of total offense — all of it on the ground — en route to a 61-24 victory over the Carroll Bulldogs. Church Point now advances to the regional round of the Class 3A playoffs, where they will host the Jennings Bulldogs next Friday night at 7 p.m. The Bears, virtually unstoppable, ended the first half with 446 rushing yards before putting the game out of reach after halftime. Here are five takeaways from the bi-district playoff.
The Barbe Buccaneers scored 28 unanswered points, including a 21-0 run in the second half, to beat the Comeaux Spartans 43-15 in a rain-soaked game Friday night at Spartan Stadium. Barbe shined offensively, recording 483 total yards of offense, wearing down a Comeaux defense that gave a valiant effort throughout the contest. Here are five takeaways from this contest:The Barbe running corps could use the United States Postal Service’s motto as its own.
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