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|St. Fred routes Loyola; will host Independence|
The St. Frederick Warriors (1-0) came through with an impressive 30-0 route of Loyola High School of Shreveport.
"Our kids played hard," St. Frederick head coach Paul Guerriero said. "Defensively we played real well. The defensive line got in there and had the quarterback running for his life."
St. Frederick dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the football from the opening kickoff.
Quarterback Nick Leehy scored on a 50-yard run to begin the scoring before adding a two-point conversion run the following play from scrimmage. Leehy ran for 105 yards and completed 7-of-15 pass attempts for 122 yards and a 33-yard touchdown strike to wide receiver Aaron Thibodeaux.
St. Frederick kicker Logan Blackford was a perfect 2-of-2 on extra point kicks and made field goal kicks of 26 and 27 yards away.
Jamar Owens led all rushers with 132 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries. St. Frederick rushed for 240 yards rushing and 122 yards passing as a team.
The defense also displayed their quickness to the ball with a second quarter safety.
The next big challenge comes this Friday night when the Warriors host sixth-ranked Class 3A Independence High School.
One of the best and brightest 3A teams the past decade, Independence played gamely but fell to Class 5A contender Pontchatoula 21-13 last week. Alton Drake went over 100 yards rushing and will present a huge challenge for the Warrior defense. His longest run was an 84-yard romp that went for a score in the third quarter.
"We have what we call the 24-hour rule," Guerriero said. "Its time to get over this game and get focused on beating Independence who is a real fine football team."
The IHS defense will also be a big step up in pressure as they forced five turnovers against a talented 5A offense at Pontchatoula last week.
St. Frederick will try to be more consistent on offense and keep to their assignments and cut down on missed tackles this week when the Tigers come to town.