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Sub-varsity football: Airline, Parkway, Haughton post victories

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Airline, Parkway and Haughton posted sub-varsity football victories on Monday.

Airline swept North Webster, taking the freshman game 31-12 and the junior varsity game 27-2-.

Haughton swept Byrd, winning the freshman game 35-20 and the JV game 21-0.

Parkway downed Captain Shreve 28-27 in a freshman game.

At Airline, Dre Robinson had a big game, returning both a punt and kickoff for touchdowns in the freshman game.

Bryson Connell and Carter Slack both threw touchdown passes. Connell’s went to Joey Hayes, and Slack’s went to Deontez Moore.

Kevin Pouncey and Brandon Marshall recovered fumbles on kickoffs. Colyn Vagrin recovered a fumble.

Hunter Mathewes passed for three touchdowns and ran for another in the JV victory. CJ George, Noah Sheets and Brown Hampton were on the receiving end of the TD passes.

Defensive standouts included Matt Salinas, Jacoby Bailey, Ian Stanfield and Jonathan Lacour.

At Parkway, the Panthers blocked a field goal with six seconds left in the game to preserve the victory.

Parkway scored 20 points in the fourth quarter to rally. Sy Dooley, Shumyron Hamilton and Tyler Jacobs scored rushing TDs during the rally.

Peyton Lewis scored a rushing touchdown for the Panthers’ first score.

Malik Cooper scored two two-point conversions.

At Byrd, CJ McWilliams and Keyshawn Davis accounted for three touchdowns each as the Haughton freshman team improved to 5-0.

McWilliams connected with Clifton McClain and Davis on the TD passes. He also scored a rushing touchdown.

Davis’ other TDs came on a kickoff return and a run.

Kilian Malena had an interception. Donnie Scott blocked an extra point.

Derion Phill, Cameron Townsend and Quint Mitchell scored rushing touchdowns in the JV victory.

Phill got the Bucs’ first TD on a 3-yard run. Townsend went in from 12 yards out for the second with 1:02 left in the first half

Mitchell raced 65 yards for the final TD. Korbin Schmidt kicked all three extra points.

Justin Kapp recovered a fumble.

NOTE: The above report is based on information provided by coaches.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com