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Sub-varsity football: (Updated) Airline downs Haughton in JV action; Bucs, Vikings tie in freshman game; Bossier JV wins

The Airline Vikings defeated the Haughton Buccaneers 27-10 in junior varsity football action Monday at Harold E. Harlan Stadium.

The Vikings and Bucs tied 14-14 in the freshman game.

In another junior varsity game, Bossier defeated Red River 19-8.

Airline quarterback Hunter Mathewes passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the JV victory. His TD passes went to Adrian Brooks and Trey Taylor.

Jordan Gladney had a rushing touchdown. Michael Mosura and Deshaun Jamerson had one interception each.

Haughton’s Korbin Schmidt kicked a 27-yard field goal. Cason Green threw a 52-yard touchdown pass to Zander Morris.

Caden Shaw had an interception.

Airline led 6-3 at the half and 13-10 going into the fourth quarter.

In the freshman game, Haughton’s Keyshawn Davis scored on a 99-yard run in the third quarter to tie the game. Davis took a direct snap a couple of yards in the end zone and broke free up the middle.

The Bucs’ other touchdown came on a long pass from CJ McWilliams to Trenton Contario, who got open along the slideline.

Bryson Connell threw touchdown passes to Jamal Johnson and Thomas Williams. Connell also connected with Johnson for a two-point conversion.

Jodarius Robinson rushed for 100 yards on 16 carries and caught two passes for 60 yards in Bossier’s victory over Red River.

Deondre Summage gained 80 yards on 10 carries and scored one touchdown. He also completed five of five passes for 90 yards.

Daniel Moore and Rico St. Fleur also made some big plays. St. Fleur rushed for 105 yards on just three carries and scored one touchdown. Moore had 100 on five carries and scored a TD.

James Davis had 50 yards on just three carries.

Reggie Burns led the defense with 12 tackles. Kaleb Ortega had 10, Kendall Dotson eight, Zach Elkins six, Michael Green six and Shucurio Thomas five. Decamerion Richardson had seven tackles and one interception.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com

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