Dogs use big plays to down DeRidder
by TOM PRECHT
Captains: Captains were seniors Brandon Hayes and T.J. Davis.
Coin Toss: JHS lost the toss for the fourth time this season.
Game Ball: The game ball goes to the offensive line for leading the way for the Dogs to pile up over 450 yards of total offense. Members of the line are Garrett Petry, Andrew Lamb, Keijun Levi, Blaine Berken, Chris Broussard, Curtis Bell, and Keaton Bertrand.
Big Play: Keagan Deaville intercepted a Dragon pass in the endzone with the Dogs clinging to a six-point lead right before halftime.
Good Call: The Dogs called an end around on third and goal from the DeRidder five-yard line. The Dragons had stuffed the Bulldogs on two prior running plays up the middle, forcing them to lose four yards. Curtis Bell got the score.
Big Hit: Brance Baca-White and T.J. Davis had a big hit on a DeRidder kickoff returner.
Longest Drive: Jennings drove 80 yards in nine plays right before intermission.
Short Drive: DeRidder drove 17 yards in three plays for a touchdown following a long punt return.
Quick Score: The Dragons’ Sam Ford scored on a 59-yard run to end a one-play drive.
Longest Pass: Malik Williams caught a 31-yard pass from Jaylon Boutte.
Longest Run: Sam Ford had a 59-yard run that resulted in a DeRidder touchdown.
Longest Return: Sam Ford returned a Jaylon Boutte punt 45 yards to set up the Dragons’ second score. The touchdown and extra point gave them their only lead of the night at 14-13.
100 Yard Rusher: Lemontay Mouton rushed for 197 yards on 25 carries and running mate Jarquis Brown added 112 yards on 22 carries.
Two Minute Offense: The Bulldogs drove 80 yards in just under three minutes to bump their lead to 26-14 as time expired.
Finally: After having two interceptions wiped out by penalties, Keagan Deaville had two picks against the Dragons with no flags on the field.
First Downs: Jennings had 23 first downs to the Dragons’ 9.
3rd Down Conversions: Jennings converted seven of 10 and DeRidder was good on four of 11 attempts.
4th Down Conversions: DeRidder converted one of four fourth down tries. The Dogs did not have a fourth down attempt.
Turnovers: Jennings won the turnover battle two to one. Keagan Deaville hijacked two Dragon aerials and the Dogs lost one fumble.
Penalties: The Dogs were flagged four times for 38 yards and DeRidder lost 95 yards on nine infractions.
Series: Jennings leads the series 39-13-1.
Streaks: The Bulldogs have won the last three contests between the two schools.
On Deck: The Dogs will entertain the Ferriday Trojans Friday as they celebrate Homecoming 2012.
Big Win: Robbie “Bussie” Gates and his Greyhounds scored a big win over rival Kinder. Good job and it was sure nice to see old friends. Thanks.
Save the Date: The Third Annual Melissa Doise Hope for the Miracle 5K Breast Cancer Race/Walk will be held Oct. 27 at 8 a.m.
Thanks: Thanks to my bride, Kim, for the halftime interview. A very good and informative job. Hope you don’t want my job.
Come on Man: DeRidder was selling a chip beef on a bun for a brisket sandwich. Glad I didn’t try the boudin.
Happy Birthday: To Mayor Terry Duhon.
Week Four, 1937: Jennings 26, Leesville 0
Week Four, 1939: Jennings 26, Catholic High 6
Week Four, 1962: Jennings 52, Ville Platte 0 : Charlie Partin scored on runs of 79 and 77 yards; Jimmy Precht scored on a 54-yard pass play from Partin and added a 34-yard sprint for a score; Lynn Cooper had a 72-yard touchdown run; George Wolfe had a 45-yard scoring run; and Frank Matte chipped in a 14-yard score. Artie Miller returned an interception 33 yards to the endzone. Tooger Smith, Paul Brooks, and Gerald Roy recovered fumbles.
Week Four, 1987: Jennings 21, Morgan City 7: Quarterback Stevie Van Hook ran for two touchdowns on runs of 6 and 1 yards. He also completed 12 of 18 passes for 182 yards and a seven-yard touchdown pass to Marlon Julian. Kyle LeJeune, Shawn Bray, Sean Ezell and Wade Touchet led the defense.
Week 4, 2002: Jennings 34, DeRidder 0 : Kedrick Ethridge scored three TD’s on runs of 5, 5, and 14 yards. Drew Bruchhaus had a two-yard run for a score and Dustin Vidrine had a two-yard reception from Joe Greise for a touchdown, as well.
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