High school football: Bossier suffers tough loss; Arcadia’s Russell too much for Plain Dealing

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After his team’s 24-22 loss to the Booker T. Washington Lions on Friday night at Leonard C. Barnes Stadium, Bossier coach Michael Concilio had nothing but praise for his Bearkats in his postgame speech.

Concilio told his players it was the hardest he’s seen them play all season and that the Bearkats just ran out of time.

“We just came up a little short,” he told them.

He also said it was one of the top 10 guttiest performances by one of his teams.

The game was close all the way. Bossier trailed 12-7 at the half and 18-15 after three quarters. BTW extended the lead to 24-15 in the fourth quarter. The Bearkats scored to get within three but couldn’t quite come all the way back.

Bossier’s Michael Green had a huge game, rushing for 209 yards on 19 carries. He also had three catches for 32 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown catch.

Daniel Moore also went over 100 yards, gaining 112 on 11 carries. He scored touchdowns on runs of 22 and 44 yards.

Deondre Summage completed three of four passes.

Bossier only punted once in the game.

Bossier (1-6, 0-4) faces Woodlawn (3-4, 2-2) Friday at Independence Stadium. The Knights defeated Minden 21-14 Friday night.

Arcadia 62, Plain Dealing 16: At Arcadia, like many teams before them, the Lions didn’t have an answer for Hornets running back Corey Russell Jr.

According to Arcadia stats posted on MaxPreps, Russell rushed for 327 yards on just eight carries, an average of 40.9 yards per carry, and scored four touchdowns. For the season, he has 1,676 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Plain Dealing fell behind early and trailed 36-8 in the second quarter.

The Lions (2-5, 1-2) host Haynesville (7-0, 3-0) Friday. The Tors defeated Lincoln Prep 53-12 Friday night.