River Parish Football

News Archives in November 2014

Second loss of season to Plaquemine ousts Bulldogs

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  • 11/21/14 4:45pm

Playing at home failed to give Lutcher the outcome it desired as Plaquemine defeated the Bulldogs for the second time in 2014, this time 43-28 to knock LHS out of the Class 4A playoffs Friday night. In the earlier meeting in a District 6-4A clash, the Green Devils defeated Lutcher 28-14. “I can’t say enough about my kids’ effort,” Lutcher coach Tim Detillier said. “They (the Green Devils) are... Keep Reading

Confident, improved Bulldogs get another shot versus Plaquemine

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  • 11/19/14 8:26pm

It’s over. “In the 24 years, we’ve never gone more than two years (without advancing past the first round of the playoffs). When you look at it in 2012 and 2013, they were last-second losses. It was two heart-breaking games and it just left a bad taste in our mouths,” Lutcher coach Tim Detillier said. “The kids did not want to be that , ‘oh, it’s the third year... Keep Reading

Bulldogs get past first round with 41-14 triumph over DeRidder

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  • 11/15/14 12:31am

By Steven Iles DERIDDER - The 17th-seeded Lutcher Bulldogs broke their two-year opening-round playoff skid Friday evening, defeating 16th-seeded DeRidder 41-­14 to move on to the second round of the Class 4A playoffs. “Tonight was a good old-fashioned Lutcher football game,” said Bulldog coach Tim Detillier. Lutcher’s win sets up a rematch against District 6-4A champion Plaquemine. The Green Devils, who ended the regular season ranked No. 1 in Class ... Keep Reading

Lutcher Bulldog playoff skid likely to end if history follows form

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  • 11/12/14 7:37pm

Few teams can boast the history of Lutcher football with six state championships and having qualified for the playoffs for the last 24 years. By Lutcher standards, however, the 2012 and 2013 seasons have been below par. The Bulldogs, accustomed to making deep postseason runs, have failed to get past the first round of the playoffs each of the past two seasons. If history is any indication, that should end Friday night when the Bulldogs travel to take... Keep Reading

All eight River Parish teams in hunt for state football championship

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  • 11/9/14 12:21pm

All eight River Parish teams qualified for the state football playoffs, with two teams receiving first-round byes. St. Charles, as a No. 3 seed, received an opening-round bye in Division II. The Comets will play the winner of the De La Salle-Vandebilt Catholic game in the second round. A District 11-3A rival, St. Charles defeated De La Salle 28-21 in Week 7. “I think it’s really good. It’s kind of a... Keep Reading