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|St. Fred travels to Loyola for Friday showdown|
Following a heartbreaking loss to their biggest rival in jamboree action last week, the St. Fred Warriors will host Loyola High School of Shreveport this Friday at 7 p.m.
The Ouachita Christian School Eagles squeaked by the Warriors last week 22-21. St. Frederick overcame the odds late in the second half and scored a touchdown to pull to within one point before going for two and coming up an arm-length short of victory with only 40 seconds remaining.
OCS had two kickoff returns for touchdowns and another kickoff that went deep into Warrior territory, a point that has been key at practice this week.
"Special teams were the main problem last week," St. Frederick head coach Paul Guerriero said. "I thought we played well on offense and defense."
St. Frederick sustained drives and showed poise on offense when falling behind. The Warriors ran 52 offensive plays compared to just 11 for OCS. The two touchdown returns proved to be the difference in the end.
Running back Jamar Owens and quarterback Nicholas Leehy led the St. Frederick offensive attack and got the Warriors into the end zone on three different occasions.
On defense, coaches singled out Christian Sager and Aaron Thibodeaux for their fine play in stopping the OCS offense.
Loyola will present an even greater passing problem for the Warriors this Friday. A no-huddle shotgun offense will keep the St. Frederick defense moving in every direction this week.
"We have to make sure we pressure their quarterback," Guerriero said. "We cannot give them all day to throw the football."
While being very pleased with the overall effort of his offense in their extended time on the field during the jamboree, Guerriero still sees room for improvement from his offense.
"We need to be more crisp on offense and clean some things up," Guerriero said. " We have to get better in the offensive line as well."
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