Tiger Pledges Continue Senior Success

The LSU commitments for the 2012 signing class are a talented lot. Most of those pledges are enjoying solid starts to the 2011 football season. A few others are struggling through a lack of team success, but the group by and large are meeting expectations with their individual play.

In battle of future Bayou Bengals, John Thomas got the better of Torshiro Davis and Woodlawn High, 28-14.

Airline improves to 3-1 on the season despite committing five turnovers.

Dillon Gordon and John Curtis Christian remained unblemished as they destroyed Cohen 45-0.

Jalen Mills and DeSoto continue to show that they are one of the top schools in Texas.

A 61-13 decision over Tulsa Noah Home School was the result this week.

DeSoto has scored 42 points or more in every game this season.

Reid Ferguson and Buford extended their 2011 winning streak to six games as they blew by Lovett 35-7.

The BHS defense has only given up 21 points combined all season.

Avery Johnson and Ely (3-1) advanced to 3-1 after cake walking over Coconut Beach 56-8.

Patrick Miller and Dwyer (3-0) also had some success as they got by Spanish River 33-13.

Jerald Hawkins and West St. Mary's rolled over Kaplan 72-22 to move on to 4-0. The Wolfpack scored 35 points in the first quarter alone.

Jerqwinick Sandolph and Hanville lost to St. Augustine 40-21 which brings their record to 1-3.

Travin Dural scored on touchdown passes of 10 and 14 yards while Kavahra Holmes scored from 19 yards out in a 42-0 blanking of Hammon.

Breaux Bridge is now 4-0 on the season.

Davante' Bourque and Crowley got a win 34-6 over Peabody to get over .500. CHS (2-1) will take on Teurlings Catholic this week.

Trey Granier and Thibodaux are still looking for their first win of the season. THS stumbles to 0-4 after losing to New Iberia 31-14.

Danielle Hunter and Morton Ranch fell to 2-2 after a 21-7 loss to Memorial on Saturday.

Ronnie Feist and West St. John traveled to Baton Rouge and knocked off the Panthers of McKinley 20-14.

Feist will face off against fellow Tiger commitment Dwayne Thomas this week. Thomas and O.P. Walker enjoyed a bye week this past week.

Derrick Raymond returned a kickoff for a first half score, but Belle Chasse proved to be too much as EJ fell 41-14.

East Jefferson will look to get on track this Thursday when they take on South Terrebonne.

Derek Edinburgh and Edna Karr (1-3) were not able to build on last week's win. This week Salmen wins a very physical game 23-16.

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