River Parish Football

News Archives in September 2013

Opportunistic RA takes advantage of early miscues to romp past SJH

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  • 9/27/13 11:23pm

The very first play from scrimmage demonstrated the type of game it would be for both Riverside Academy and St. James. Curtlan Johnson fumbled on the first snap of the game, with Xavier Ray recovering for the Rebels at the Wildcats’ 21-yard line. Seven plays later, Riverside faced third-and-goal from the St. James 1-yard. The Rebels put in their jumbo package with one defensive lineman, Richie George, lined up in the backfield, while another... Keep Reading

SJH Wildcats face formidable district-opening challenge

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  • 9/25/13 7:34pm

Many observers saw something a little different about the St. James Wildcats following their game last Friday at Vandebilt Catholic. “For the first time, I think the kids saw that the investment was worth something. After the game, you could see the hurt in the faces,” said first-year St. James coach Dwain Jenkins. “That was one of the things I heard from many of our fans and members of the community that... Keep Reading

SJH Wildcats let lead slip away in 22-18 loss to Vandebilt Catholic

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  • 9/21/13 5:12am

One quarter away. The St. James Wildcats were one quarter away from their first victory since the 2010 season. St. James built an 18-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter but allowed 15 points in the final period to fall 22-18 at Vandebilt Catholic on Friday night in Houma. The Wildcats (0-3) led by 11 points in the fourth quarter before the Terriers rallied. With Vandebilt’s offense having trouble scoring, it was the Terriers’ defense... Keep Reading

St. James Wildcats face more of the same against Vandebilt

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  • 9/18/13 11:11am

In St. James’ 28-14 loss to E.D. White last week in the Wildcats’ 2013 home debut, it was painfully obvious to first-year SJH coach Dwain Jenkins that his team was at a major disadvantage along the line of scrimmage. E.D. White mounted three long, time-consuming drives in the first half to build a 21-0 halftime lead. The Cardinals totally dominated the first half, amassing 183 yards rushing in the first two quarters. The... Keep Reading

SJH unable to match E.D.White up front in 28-14 loss to Cardinals

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  • 9/14/13 2:10am

Going into his first home game as St. James coach, Dwain Jenkins predicted the contest against E.D. White would be decided at the line of scrimmage. The Cardinals proved Jenkins prophetic. E.D. White mounted three long, time-consuming drives in the first half to build a 21-0 halftime lead on its way to a 28-14 victory that extended the Wildcats’ losing streak to 21 games dating back to the start of the 2011 season. &ldquo... Keep Reading