Darius Daniels has played a major role in two of the best seasons in Iowa school history. But coming into his final season as a Yellow Jacket, Daniels knew he had to do more.With the departure of star running back Joseph Figuerora, the Class 3A all-state first-team free safety converted to running back as well as returning kicks and Iowa is off to a 3-0 start.“We do a lot of conditioning and all,” Daniels said.
In this edition of the Three Point Stance, Rodrick Anderson and Warren Arceneaux discuss results from the this week of the high school football season. Which large school had the best performance?WA: Iota. The Bulldogs program was in need of some positive momentum after two injury-riddled seasons. They won their third consecutive game against Lake Arthur and are a win or two away from being in position to host a playoff game. RA: Sulphur.
SULPHUR — Sulphur scored 15 points in the fourth quarter, but it was big stops on the defense side that led to the Tors’ 22-9 win over C.E. Byrd Friday night at Matt Walker Memorial Stadium.Last week, the Tors gave up more than 400 rushing yards in a 34-21 loss to Ouachita Parish, but held Byrd’s triple-option to 224 yards and forced two fumbles.“The couple of stops that the defense was able to get gave the team some momentum,” Sulphur head coach Jeff Wainwright said.
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