River Parish Football

News Archives in 2013

RPF.com Coach of the Year finalists announced

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  • 12/25/13 8:13pm

Although for the third time in four years since Riverparishfootball.com has been in existence, no teams from RPF made it the state championships, there were still excellent seasons for many teams highlighted by a pair of remarkable turnarounds and three district titles. Here are the six finalists for the Riverparishfootball.com Coach of the Year: Phillip Banko (East St. John)- Over a year since Hurricane Isaac ravaged East St. John’s fieldhouse... Keep Reading

RPF.com Athlete of the Year finalists announced

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  • 12/23/13 8:28pm

Versatility is an asset on the football field, and for the annual Riverparishfootball.com Athlete of the Year award, it’s a must. Not just playing more than one position qualifies a player for the award, but rather excelling at more than one position is the prerequisite. The following are the finalists for the 2013 Riverparishfootball.com Athlete of the Year: Nigel Anderson (RB/LB/P/QB) East St. John- Anderson has excelled both as... Keep Reading

RPF.com Offensive Player of the Year finalists announced

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  • 12/20/13 12:04pm

In the season of giving, it’s time for RPF.com to hand out its annual post-season awards. Over the next four days we will announce our finalists for Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Athlete of the Year, and Coach of the Year. Each day beginning Friday December 27, we will announce one of the winners of the four awards plus the annual Nick Forsythe Courage Award. Today we begin... Keep Reading

Top-seeded Curtis eliminates Comets from Division II playoffs

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  • 11/22/13 11:40pm

By Jason Duhe It was much the same for St. Charles Catholic in the second time around against John Curtis. Behind a stingy Patriots defense and penalties in crucial situations that impeded the Comets from being able to string together drives, top-seeded Curtis eliminated St. Charles from the Division II playoffs with a 48-0 won. For St. Charles (8-4) it was the first shutout of the year for the Comets. “Early today, I could... Keep Reading

Comets look for different results in rematch with top-seed Curtis

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  • 11/20/13 9:02am

If nothing else, St. Charles Catholic is experienced when it comes to playing the same team more than once in a season. “We were concerned about our mental frame of mind going into the ball game because it was a repeat game. Our concerns were revealed. We didn’t feel like we were playing with a lot of juice. We got an interception early in the game by our defense that set up... Keep Reading