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|St. Fred heads to Lake Providence|
The St. Fred Warriors (2-1) overcame a slow offensive start to defeat Cathedral High School of Natchez, Miss. last week 14-6 and now look forward to an important non-district trip to Lake Providence (0-3) this Friday night.
St. Fred had trouble holding onto the football and even more trouble sustaining drives in the first half. However, their defense kept pace and held the Cathedral offense out of the end zone until after halftime.
Early in the third quarter, St. Fred broke open the tie and took a 7-0 lead.
Nickolas Leehy threw for over 200 yards and one two touchdowns while the St. Fred defense snagged a pair of interceptions to deny the end zone to the Cathedral offense until late in the contest.
Natchez completed 6-of-13 pass attempts for 93 yards. St. Fred forced four turnovers - two interceptions and two fumbles.
Christian Sager opened the scoring with a two-yard touchdown run. Later, Aaron Thibodeaux caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Leehy that proved to be the game winner.
Lake Providence is still winless under former Bastrop assistant Sonny Nasson, who took over the program last spring. The Panthers have a solid passing attack, but they have not had the defensive presence that they need to put a stop to the scoring onslaught by their opponents.
Lake Providence quarterback Lamar Caraway completed 12-of-35 pass attempts for 133 yards. The Franklin Parish defense also limited the Panthers to just 79 yards rushing on Friday night.
St. Fred will work on keeping their offense on the field longer and wearing down their opponent's defensive units.
Defensively, the St. Fred team will have to play assignment football and cover all the receiving threats that litter the field for the Lake Providence team.
For those fans not able to attend the game on Friday night, 1680 AM will broadcast the game live beginning with a pre-game show at 6:30 p.m.