Sub-varsity football: Haughton, Parkway, Airline, Bossier post victories

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Haughton, Parkway, Airline and Bossier all posted sub-varsity victories Monday.

Haughton swept Evangel in freshman and junior varsity games. The freshman team won 22-12 and the JV team won 7-6. The Bucs freshman squad finished the season undefeated at 7-0-1. The only blemish on their record was a 14-14 tie with Airline.

Airline swept Byrd, winning the freshman game 30-20 and the JV game 17-14.

Parkway and Bossier posted JV victories. The Panthers defeated Southwood 20-8 and the Bearkats downed Huntington 6-0.

At Haughton, CJ McWilliams and Tristan Sweeney hooked up for two touchdowns in the freshman team’s victory.

Donnie Scott rushed for a touchdown and picked off a pass. Dylan Frazier also had an interception.

Quint Mitchell scored from 4 yards out and Korbin Schmidt added the PAT with 59 seconds left in the half in the JV team’s win.

Keyangelo Thomas intercepted a pass before Mitchell’s TD. Cole Melvin had an interception in the second half. Hunter Harlan picked off a pass on the final play of the game.

At Airline, Jamal Johnson scored three touchdowns to lead Airline to the freshman victory.

Johnson scored two rushing TDs and caught a touchdown pass from Bryson Connell. Carter Slack also tossed a TD pass to Kevin Pouncy.

Keldrick Henderson scooped up a fumble and returned it for a touchdown. Brandon Marshall forced a fumble and Brandon Hammette recovered it.

Adrian Brooks scored two rushing touchdowns in the JV victory. Quarterback Jordan Gladney had a good game. Jacoby Bailey led the defense.

Noah Sheets kicked a 35-yard field goal.

At Huntington, Bossier’s Daniel Moore scored the game’s only touchdown on a 25-yard run. Jerry Rayson forced a fumble that set up the score.

Moore finished with 63 yards on seven carries. Michael Green rushed for 50 yards on 12 carries.

Defensive standouts included Green, Jesse Logan and Malik Taylor.

At Southwood, Amani Larry scored two touchdowns in Parkway’s JV victory.

Larry went 40 and 11 yards on his TD runs. He also passed to Chase Turner for a two-point conversion. Keimare Payne scored from eight yards out.

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