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|Trinity remain unbeaten, CHS, AC fall|
Trinity remained unbeaten with a 42-14 Homecoming win over Tallulah Friday.
The Trojans scored first on a 1-yard run by Jes Shivers, but Trinity responded with six straight scores.
R.J. Fleming got things rolling with a 1-yard TD run. The Saints went up 14-7 on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Givonni Dent to Brandon Daggs. Chas Moroney added the kick.
On the first play of the second quarter, Fleming returned a punt for 60 yards.
Fleming added a 10-yard run before Kent King went in from two yard and scored yet again to give the Saints a 14-point lead.Trinity would score three more touchdowns in the second quarter and take a 42-7 lead at the half.
The Saints will travel next Friday to play a non-district game against Silliman.
ACCS fell to 0-7 on the season with a 49-13 loss to Parklane.
Brandon Sanders scored on a 78-yard run for the Rebels, while Daniel Guedon caught a 20-yard TD pass from Kent Yates to account for AC's scores.
ACCS visits Claiborne Friday in Haynesville. The opposing Rebels are 1-6 on the season.
"They scrap and fight for four quarters," said ACCS head coach Paul Hayles. "We're going in with high expectations, but we are going to have to battle. The longer we let them stay in the game, the harder they are going to be to beat. And we have a long trip ahead in getting there."
Cathedral High battled Mount Olive to the final horn before falling 34-28 Friday at Mount Olive.
The Green Wave are 3-3 on the season.
"The kids showed up mentally and physically read to play," said Green Wave head coach Craig Beesley. "It was a much better effort than we had against Bogue Chitto."
Mount Olive had to score 20 points in the final quarter to pull out the win.
Cathedral scored first on a 34-yard pass from Preston Edwards to Daniel Huffines.
The Green Wave led 21-14 at halftime as Jeb White scored on a 26-yard run and Edwards hooked up with Scott Turners on our end of the field," Beesley said.
Cathedral plays at Stringer Friday.
"Stringer may be one of the best teams we've seen this year," Beesley said. "They are big. We have to be able to stop the run."
Tensas Academy defeated Ben's Ford 37-23 in 8-man football action in Bogalusa Friday. The contest was the district opener for the Chiefs.
J.T. James threw five touchdown passes in the contest.
"The difference in these games is who converts the 2-point conversions," said Tensas coach Joe Coats.
The Chiefs hosts Mt. Salus Friday.
"It's just a matter of who executes well," Coats said.
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