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Sub-varsity football (Update 1): Parkway, Bossier get JV wins; Haughton freshmen win; Airline, Evangel tie in freshman game


The Parkway Panthers and Bossier Bearkats won junior varsity football games Monday.

Parkway defeated Haughton 27-12, and Bossier shut out North Caddo 28-0.

In freshman action, Haughton edged Parkway 29-28, and Airline tied Evangel 14-14.

At Preston Crownover Stadium, Amani Larry tossed two touchdown passes and Ricky Norwood one to lead the Panthers past the Bucs.

Larry’s TD passes went to Kobe Gill (45 yards) and Chris Barnard (12 yards). Norwood’s went to Chase Turner for 50 yards.

Alijah Barnett also scored on a 12-yard run. Quinn Butler kicked a PAT.

Korbin Schmidt kicked field goals of 37 and 39 yards for Haughton. Cameron Townsend’s touchdown pass to Quint Mitchell cut Parkway’s lead to 14-9 early in the third quarter.

Hunter Harlan and Blake Nyswaner had interceptions.

CJ McWilliams passed for two touchdowns and ran for one in Haughton’s freshman victory. Trenton Contario and Tristan Sweeney caught touchdown passes. Donnie Scott scored a rushing touchdown.

At Bossier’s Memorial Stadium, Daniel Moore rushed for 80 yards and Michael Green 75 in the Bearkats’ JV victory. Both players scored touchdowns.

Deondre Summage gained 60 yards on six carries. Decamerion Richardson rushed for 50 yards on seven carries. Dalton Bryant and James Davis scored one touchdown each.

Jessie Logan-Williams led the defense with 12 tackles and a forced fumble. Kaleb Ortega had eight tackles, Shucurio Thomas seven, Richardson five and Rico St. Fleur four.

At Evangel, Airline’s Bryson Connell threw a pair of touchdown passes to Carson Slack. Connell and Slack also hooked up for a two-point conversion.

Brandon Marshall and Brian Marshall both had interceptions. Brandon Marshall also forced a fumble.

It was the second straight 14-14 tie for the Vikings.

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

— Russell Hedges, rhedges@bossierpress.com

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