River Parish Football

News Archives in October 2012

Streaking Tigers clinch share of district title with rout of Ehret

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  • 10/26/12 1:11pm

By Evan Pelas After starting the season winless through their first four games, many thought that the Hahnville Tigers season was over. But behind leading running back Sergio Medina and the Tigers’ stingy defense, Hahnville has won four games in a row, including Friday’s 49-6 rout of John Ehret, earning them a share of the District 8-5A title and securing their place in the playoffs.  “Well, number one, I... Keep Reading

Hahnville rolls to third-straight win by blanking Hurricanes

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  • 10/19/12 1:05pm

By Evan Pelas Both the Hahnville Tigers and the Higgins Hurricanes went into Friday knowing that their performances in this game could be the deciding factor in whether or not they make the playoffs. Each team played a physical game, but mid-game adjustments by Hahnville proved to be the difference as the Tigers went on to a 21-0 victory.  The difference on the night was the Hahnville defense, which not only held the Hurricanes... Keep Reading

Smith’s interception returns seals Hahnville’s 26-16 win over ESJ

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  • 10/12/12 12:49pm

While his team has struggled offensively this season, Hahnville coach Lou Valdin has had to put a lot of his faith in his defense. Friday night against East St. John, that faith was rewarded - big time. The Tigers defense came through with three interceptions, two by Jamal Smith. He returned the final one 65 yards for a touchdown to put an exclamation point on a 26-16 victory over District 8-5A rival East St. John. ... Keep Reading

Tigers overcome turnovers versus Bonnabel for first win of season

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  • 10/4/12 12:29pm

It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t altogether pretty. But Hahnville coach Lou Valdin and the Tigers will gladly take their 20-19 victory over Bonnabel Thursday night at Muss Bertolino Stadium in Kenner.  It was, after all, their first of the season. “It’s a win,” an obviously relieved Valdin said. “It’s a district win. We’ll take it.” Although the Tigers (1-4) moved... Keep Reading