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Prep football: Airline, Parkway post sub-varsity victories

The Airline Vikings and Parkway Panthers won sub-varsity games this week.

Airline swept Southwood in freshman and junior varsity games. The Vikings won the freshman game 26-6 and the JV game 34-0.

Parkway defeated Evangel 14-12 in a freshman game.

Jordan Gladney ran for one touchdown and passed for another in Airline’s freshman victory. Trey Taylor and Daniel Turner each had rushing touchdowns. Antavious Freeman caught a touchdown pass.

Jacoby Bailey blocked a punt. Noah Sheets made 2-of-3 PAT attempts.

David Maxey rushed for two touchdowns and caught a two-point conversion pass in the JV victory.

Hunter Matthews hit Kyle Crump for a touchdown. Travis Kennon returned a punt for a touchdown.

Travacier Jeter had an interception. Nathan Otis made two extra-point kicks and threw the two-point conversion pass to Maxey.

Amani Larry had 127 yards total offense, including 60 rushing, and scored one touchdown in Parkway’s victory over Evangel.

Zeke McKnight rushed for 76 yards and scored a touchdown. Chase Hill had 54 yards receiving and caught a touchdown pass. Alec Crain gained 64 yards on the ground.

Gage Conly led the defense with five tackles, including one for loss. Ted Nelams and two tackles and an interception. Kaybien Smallwood had an interception. Bennett Hopkins had two tackles.

Coach Emmett Beggs said the entire defensive line and linebackers played well, putting constant pressure on the Evangel quarterback.

Parkway recovered an onside kick to open the game and drove for a touchdown. A two-point conversion run by McKnight made it 8-0. Evangel answered with a touchdown, but the Panthers stopped the conversion and led 8-6 at the half.

Parkway drove for its second TD early in the second half. The conversion failed and the Panthers led 14-6.

The Eagles scored late in the fourth quarter to get within two. Smallwood had a big interception and the Panthers stopped the Eagles on fourth down with 26.6 seconds left in the game.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com

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