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The Kaplan defense tries to stop Church Point.

Church Point beats Kaplan for second straight year

CHURCH POINT - For the second straight year, the Church Point Bears have the Kaplan Pirates’ number.
Last year Church Point beat Kaplan in Kaplan. On Friday, the Bears took care of business and beat Kaplan 20-6.
No Pirate running back rushed for more than 100 yards.
Hayes Abshire had 47 yards on 15 carries. Nathan Sistrunk rushed for 23 yards on nine carries, and he scored.
Kevin White had nine totes for 41 yards.

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VC defense teams up to stop Abbeville running back Derrian Harrison. IN the photo are VC's Jacques Touchet (7), JP Summers (15) and Andrew Marceaux (13).

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Abbeville defender Azaylan Boudreaux (7) tries to tackle VC's Moe Maxile.

VC too much for Abbeville; VC coaches able to play every player

With the game being over at halftime against the Abbeville Wildcats, Vermilion Catholic coaches had somewhat of a challenge in the second half.
VC led 28-0 at halftime against the Class 3A Wildcats and cruised to a 49-14 win.
As a way to preserve their starting players for next Friday against the Kaplan Pirates, the coaches did their best to get all 51 players into the game in the second half.
Everyone was running in and out of the game until the very end. The coaches had players playing in a position they never practiced at.

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The Wildcats will try and beat VC on Friday.

Abbeville /VC meet for the first time in football

The date of Sept. 20, 2019 is now historical in Vermilion Parish’s high school football history.
On Friday the Abbeville High Wildcats play the Vermilion Catholic Eagles in football.
It will be the first time in parish history these two teams meet up on the football field for a varsity game. They have played one another in basketball, softball, baseball, tennis, and possibly soccer.
The Wildcats are a Class 3A football team who is 0-2 after Week 2.
The Eagles are a Class 1A football team who is 1-1 after Week 2.

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Ryan Hebert and Julie Broussard Grisaffe

Two to be inducted into Erath Hall of Fame

ERATH - The Erath Backers Club is proud to announce the selection of two individuals for induction into the Erath High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Julie Broussard Grisaffe and Ryan K. Hebert will be inducted into the Hall of Fame tonight.
The induction will take place at the Erath Community Building, located at 100 City Park Drive in Erath, beginning at 7 p.m. The banquet is open to the public and free to attend.

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