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Sub-varsity football: Four parish teams pick up freshman victories

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Russell Hedges

rhedges@bossierpress.com

 

The Airline Vikings, Haughton Buccaneers, Bossier Bearkats and Parkway Panthers posted freshman victories Monday evening.

Airline defeated Byrd 33-0 at Airline Stadium, Haughton downed Benton 27-6 at Benton, Bossier edged Huntington 8-6 at Huntington and Parkway downed North Webster 6-0 at Parkway.

At Airline, Noah Hildebrand threw four touchdown passes to lead the Vikings.

D’Kameron White scored two touchdowns, one on a 90-yard swing pass from Hildebrand and another on a 30-yard run.

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Airline’s Noah Hildebrand tossed four touchdown passes in Monday’s 33-0 freshman victory over Byrd at Airline Stadium.

Hildebrand’s other touchdown passes went to KJ Bilbo, Anthony Mulrenin and Harvey Calhoun.

Mulrenin’s reception was about 60 yards, and Calhoun’s was about 50.

Dustin Arceneaux caught a two-point conversion pass, and Nathan Otis kicked a PAT.

Hildebrand, the brother of former Airline quarterback Hayden Hildebrand, has thrown seven TD passes in two games for the 2-0 Vikings.

Anthony Durgin and Drew Brewster had fumble recoveries.

At Benton, Haughton rallied from a 6-0 halftime deficit to improve to 2-0.

Jonathan Plant tossed touchdown passes to Mason Cordell (6 yards) and EJ Flores (3 yards).

Kade Madden set up a touchdown by recovering a fumbled kickoff. Garrett Paintin got the score on a 27-yard run.

Johnny Vanveckhoven returned a fumble 87 yards for another touchdown. Nico Broadway kicked three PATs.

Haughton coach Will Marston said running back Josh Lister made some big plays.

Hunter Nesbitt and Colt Shankle had interceptions.

At Huntington, Bossier quarterback Keimun Daniels ran 20 yards for a touchdown on a bootleg and Curtis Brown added the two-point conversion to give Bossier (1-1) its first victory of the season.

Mosse Smith led Bossier with 80 yards rushing. Linebacker Derek Jones led the Bearkats defense with five tackles.

Huntington’s lone score came on a 30-yard fumble return.

At Parkway, Panthers quarterback Jake Fayard hit Kade Wallace for the game’s lone touchdown with a minute left in the game. Tony Beckwith led the defense.

 

Junior varsity

 

In junior varsity action, Haughton downed Benton 22-0, Airline fell to Byrd 26-0 and Parkway dropped North Webster 30-6.

At Benton, Haughton scored all three of its touchdowns in the second half.

Matthew Davis opened the scoring with a 31-yard run with 5:27 left in the third quarter. Darius Brooks hit Hunter Hunsucker for the two-point conversion.

Benton threatened to get on the board in the fourth but the Tigers fumbled and Chance Brown returned it 98 yards to the 1.

The Tigers pushed the Bucs back to the 5 before Brooks hit Hunsucker for the TD. Davis scored the conversion for a 16-0 lead.

Nathan Hollandsworth forced a fumble on a sack and Jesus Santos recovered. Jeremy Colvin scored the final TD with 9.8 seconds left on a 6-yard run.

At Airline, the Yellow Jackets hit the Vikings with several long touchdown runs.

Airline made a couple of drives deep into Byrd territory in the second half but turned the ball over both times on tipped interceptions.

Shuncee Thomas had several nice runs for the Vikings.

At Parkway, Keondre Wudtee passed for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Panthers to their second straight victory.

Deonte Hawkins caught two touchdown passes and Artravious Lynn grabbed one. Wudtee scored on a quarterback sneak.

Wudtee, a sophomore, has accounted for eight touchdowns in two games.

Parkway coach Justin Scoggin said Ryan Black, Lloyd Cole, Willie Johnson and Kyle Still were standouts on defense.