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High school football: Bossier, Plain Dealing fall


The Bossier Bearkats and Plain Dealing Lions suffered losses Friday night.

Bossier fell to Huntington 28-8 in a District 1-4A game at Independence Stadium. Plain Dealing lost to Class 3A Green Oaks 41-0 at Northwood’s Jerry Burton Memorial Stadium.

Bossier dropped to 1-4 and 0-2 in district. Plain Dealing fell to 2-3.

At Independence Stadium, Bossier was able to move the football on the ground against the Raiders, but penalties and turnovers were costly.

The Bearkats were flagged 15 times and had an interception returned for a touchdown.

Bossier’s Daniel Moore had a big night, rushing for 209 yards on 17 carries. He scored the Bearkats’ lone TD on an 81-yard run in the game’s final minute.

Michael Green also went over 100 yards, gaining 123 on 21 carries.

The Bearkats defense forced two turnovers but could capitalize on neither. Otis Smith recovered a first-quarter fumble and returned it 40 yards. Deondre Summage also recovered a fumble.

Huntington (1-4, 1-1) got off to a fast start and led 21-2 at the half. Bossier’s safety came with 31 seconds left in the second quarter.

According to The Times, the Raiders’ Kelvyon Williams rushed for 141 yards.

Bossier continues district play with a home game against North DeSoto on Friday. The Griffins (4-1, 1-1) defeated Woodlawn 21-0 Friday night.

At Jerry Burton Memorial Stadium, Plain Dealing found the going tough early against the Giants and trailed 34-0 at the half.

The Lions resume District 1-1A play Friday at home against Jonesboro-Hodge. The Tigers (2-3, 1-1) defeated Lincoln Prep 56-6 Friday night.

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