The Bossier Bearkats and Haughton Buccaneers split freshman and junior varsity football games Monday at Bossier’s Memorial Stadium.
Bossier won the freshman game 14-8, and Haughton won the junior varsity game 23-7.
The Bearkats dominated time of possession in the freshman game, holding the ball for 24 of the game’s 32 minutes.
Kevin Bonapart and Keimun Daniels each scored touchdowns for Bossier. Daniels scored the two-point point conversion.
Mosse Smith picked off two passes and Donovan Williams intercepted one.
Williams also caught four passes for 60 yards from Daniels.
Bonapart led the Bearkats with 80 yards rushing. Jamarquai Jones had 70, Smith had 65 and Daniels had 50.
Coach David George said Smith and Donovan Williams excelled on defense. Timothy Williams recovered a fumble.
George also praised the play of offensive linemen Michael Stout, Mario Flores, Jordan Richard, Giovani Galvan, Derek Jones, Derek Crawford and Gessner Syas.
In the JV game, Haughton’s first touchdown came on a 75-yard pass from Darius Brooks to Matthew Davis in the first quarter.
D’Kovin Ware ran 21 yards for a touchdown, and Jeremiah Wilson returned a punt 47 yards as the Bucs built a 20-0 halftime lead.
Nico Broadway kicked two PATs and a 29-yard field goal. Colt Taylor recovered a fumble and had a sack. Nathan Hollandsworth recovered a fumble, and Davis recovered a muffed punt.