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Sub-varsity football: Airline, Haughton win; Bossier ties North DeSoto


Airline swept Southwood in sub-varsity football games Monday, winning the freshman game 30-0 and the JV game 35-8.

In other junior varsity action, Haughton rallied past North Webster 28-16 and Bossier tied North DeSoto 6-6.

At Airline, Deontez Moore scored two rushing touchdowns in the Vikings’ freshman win.

Jamal Johnson also scored a rushing TD. Melvin Smith blocked a punt, and Kedrick Henderson had a scoop and score.

Xavier Anderson made a tackle for a safety. Brandon Marshall and Dre Robinson had one interception each.

Adrian Brooks scored two touchdowns on the ground in the JV victory. Thomas Williams and Esteban Vela rushed for one TD each.

Noah Sheets caught a touchdown pass from Hunter Mathewes and was perfect on five extra-point kicks.

At Haughton, Cameron Townsend ran for two touchdowns and passed for another in the Bucs’ victory.

Haughton rallied from a 16-7 deficit in the fourth quarter.

Townsend’s 19-yard pass to Ryker St. John and Korbin Schmidt’s PAT gave Haughton an early 7-0 lead.

After the Knights took the 16-7 lead early in the fourth quarter, Derion Phill scored on a 4-yard run. Schmidt’s extra-point cut the lead to 16-14.

The Bucs stopped the Knights on fourth-and-1 with at the North Webster 30 with 4:33 to play. Townsend scored from three yards out and hit St. John with a conversion pass to put Haughton ahead 22-16 with 1:21 left.

Cason Green recovered a fumble on the kickoff return. Townsend took it in from four yards out and Schmidt kicked the PAT for the final margin.

Cole Melvin had a fumble recovery for Haughton in the first half.

At North DeSoto, Jacoby Decker scored Bossier’s touchdown on 60-yard run on fourth-and-5 in the second quarter. The PAT was blocked. The Griffins tied it in the fourth quarter, but the Bearkats stopped the two-point conversion try.

North DeSoto had the ball inside the Bossier 20 with less than a minute to play, but the Bossier defense preserved the tie.

NOTE: The above report is based on information provided by coaches.

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com

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