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Barbe's Trey Quinn breaks the national career receiving yard record on a 26-yard pass from Kennon Fontenot Friday night in a Class 5A bi-district playoff game in Lake Charles. Quinn broke Dorial Green-Beckham's career national receiving yards record of 6,356 yards with the catch. (Rick Hickman / Special to the American Press)<br>

Barbe's Trey Quinn breaks the national career receiving yard record on a 26-yard pass from Kennon Fontenot Friday night in a Class 5A bi-district playoff game in Lake Charles. Quinn broke Dorial Green-Beckham's career national receiving yards record of 6,356 yards with the catch. (Rick Hickman / Special to the American Press)

Prep Football Central: Quinn sets national receiving record in Bucs victory

Last Modified: Sunday, November 17, 2013 1:34 AM

Special to the American Press

Barbe wide receiver Trey Quinn became the high school football player with the most receiving yards ever in a career as the Bucs took care of South Lafourche 42-16 at Buccaneer Stadium Friday night in a Class 5A bi-district playoff game.

Quinn eclipsed Dorial Green-Beckham’s mark of 6,356 yards on a contested 26-yard catch from quarterback Kennon Fontenot in the third quarter. After the catch, which Quinn made on the edge of the Barbe (9-2) sideline, the future LSU Tiger was mobbed by teammates.

“It’s emotional. I’m getting chills right now talking about it,” Quinn said. “I never thought I would get that emotional in a game. To see the people I’ve grown up with come hug me after that, it’s unreal.”

Quinn’s nine-catch, 216-yard effort against the Tarpons (5-6) brought the national record to 6,396 yards.

“It’s playoff time and our main focus is getting a ring,” Quinn said. “As soon as we got that record out of the way, our eyes are on one prize and one prize only. It’s good that we got it in the first round and now we can move on.”

Barbe went to Quinn on the first play from scrimmage for a 67-yard touchdown pass to put the Bucs ahead 7-0, but South Lafourche responded quickly with two touchdowns.

Tarpons running back Jake Williams caused all sorts of problems for the Barbe defense early on, rushing nine times for 68 yards and a score before an injury sidelined the senior for the remainder of the game.

“That killed us,” said South Lafourche head coach Dennis Skains. “The offense just doesn’t run the same without him. He’s a special football player and he’s going to be missed next year. I hate that it ended like that for him.”

Barbe scored five consecutive touchdowns after falling behind 14-7 and didn’t allow another offensive touchdown.

“We just picked up the intensity on defense,” he said. “Our kids decided they wanted to start playing. You’ve got to give credit to South Lafourche — they came out and were playing with more intensity the first couple of series, but our kids responded well.”

Quinn finished with three receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. Fontenot completed 21 of 31 passes for 353 yards and five touchdowns and became the fourth quarterback in Louisiana high school football to surpass the 10,000-yard career passing mark.

“It’s a tribute to them. It’s not us, it’s nothing we did,” Cutrera said. “Those guys are great athletes. They’re not worried about those records, they want to win.

“Our main concern was to win the game. The records happened, which was great. Those two guys are remarkable.”

Barbe will travel to Hahnville next week.

“We’ve ended many a season in Hahnville,” Cutrera. “We’re looking to change that luck and go down there and have a good showing.”



Class 4A: DeRidder 31, Woodlawn-Shreveport 0

DERIDDER — For the second straight year DeRidder advanced to the regional round of the Class 4A state playoffs.

The Dragons (10-1) got started early when senior Drew Victor put them on the board behind a 1-yard run. From that point on they never looked back, slamming the Knights for 204 yards on the ground. Victor finished the night with 48 yards and two touchdowns while junior running back D’Angelo Reder picked up a game high 135 yards on 18 rushes.

It was the DeRidder defense that stepped up big on the night though, holding Woodlawn (5-6) to 94 yards of total offense. Sophomore linebacker David Crosley sealed the victory in the fourth quarter when he returned an interception 21 yards for a touchdown.



Class 4A: LaGrange 32, Lutcher 28

LaGrange’s Alvinosky LaFleur made the most of a cameo appearance on offense, scoring the winning touchdown on a 7-yard reception from Quindon Barry with 14 seconds left to give LaGrange a Class 4A bi-regional round win over Lutcher.

The No. 14 seed Gators (6-5) advanced to face the winner between No. 3 Landry-Walker vs. No. 30 Ellender winner. That game will be played today in New Orleans.

The Gators extended their winning streak to six games in most dramatic style, squandering a 24-7 halftime lead. Lutcher (5-6) scored 21 straight points to take a 28-24 lead, getting the go-ahead score with 2:11 remaining on an 8-yard scramble by quarterback Christian Matherne.



Class 4A: Plaquemine 28, Washington-Marion 12

Two years ago, Washington-Marion shocked Plaquemine in front of its home crowd.

The sixth-seeded Green Devils made sure that history did not repeat itself on as they advanced to the second round of the Class 4A playoffs with a second-half comeback.

Despite having his knee drained earlier in the week, Plaquemine senior running back Julius Maracalin made sure that his high school career did not end yet. He ran for 169 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries to lead the Green Devils to their first playoff win in nine seasons.



Class 3A: Jennings 37, Jena 14

JENNINGS — Jennings forced four second half turnovers to help the Bulldogs advance past the Jena Giants 37-14 in the Class 3A bi-district round of the playoffs.

Jennings (8-3) will now host District 4-3A rival Westlake, a 13-6 winner over Franklin, next week in the regional playoff round.

The Bulldogs took control of the game with two touchdowns late in the first half for a 20-6 lead, then put it away by running off 17 straight points to open the fourth quarter for a 37-7 lead.



Class 3A: Westlake 13, Franklin 6

WESTLAKE — After a slow start, the Westlake Rams won the war of momentum to put the Franklin Hornets away 13-6 in the opening round of the Class 3A state playoffs.

The Rams (6-5) were never dominated, but had trouble putting the ball in the end zone in the first half. But thanks to five turnovers and a huge boost from their defense in the second half, they were finally able to put away the pesky Hornets (6-5).

“This was a big win and I am very proud of my kids right now,” said Westlake head coach Shawn Demeritt. “The seniors did a good job of leading us all week long, and we knew Franklin was a good team coming in. They presented us with some big challenges, but I thought we responded well and put ourself into a good situation for next week.”

The Rams advanced to the regional round where they will travel to play District 4-3A rival Jennings in hopes of avenging their Week 10 loss to the Bulldogs (8-3).



Class 3A: North Webster 38, Iowa 20

IOWA — No. 15 Iowa walked into the game looking for a fresh start in the playoffs after ending the regular season on a three-game losing streak.

The motivation was there after a Chaz Key 68-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage. But the defense wasn’t the rest of the game as the Yellow Jackets gave up 457 rushing yards in a loss to No. 18 North Webster.

“I thought our kids played extremely hard,” Iowa head coach Sean Richard said. “I’m extremely proud of our seniors. They’ve done a lot for us this year and for the last four years. We lost to a good football team."



Class 3A: Donaldsonville 32, South Beauregard 21

No other information available.



Class 2A: Kinder 41, Istrouma 0

KINDER — Jordan Vickers scored three touchdowns and Taylor Johnson added two more as third-seeded Kinder rolled in the first round of the playoffs.

The duo combine to rush for 283 yards as Kinder (10-1) knocked off Istrouma in the bi-district game.

Kinder will be at home against 14th-seeded Capital next week.

Class 2A: Welsh 42, Jonesboro-Hodge 16

WELSH — Keshon Bell ran for 194 yards and three touchdowns and Welsh cruised to an easy win.

Kyvonte Eaglin and Weston Watkins added rushing touchdowns for the Greyhounds, who will play Red River in the second round.

Lane Giggar grabbed a 23-yard TD pass from Hayden Freeland for Welsh.



Class 2A: Vinton 49, General Tass 14

VINTON &mash; In their first playoff appearance since 2006, Vinton throttled an outmanned General Trass squad.

At the end of the first quarter, Vinton (9-2) led by only one point and General Trass (3-9) was threatening. It appeared the Lions would have a fight on their hands.

The floodgates opened midway through the first half as the Lions scored early and often, leading to a 28-6 Vinton lead at the half. Vinton junior running back James McMillon led both teams in offensive production with 21 carries for 294-yards and three touchdowns.



Class 2A: Rosepine 51, Pine 50

ROSEPINE — Rosepine gambled on the 2-point conversion and won big.

With 8 seconds left, the Eagles’ Stanley Hogan scored on an 11-yard pass from Eric Kyle, then ran in the conversion to help No. 10 Rosepine slip past No. 23 Pine in the bi-district round of the playoffs.

Rosepine (7-4) will travel to No. 7 Vinton (9-2) in the regional round.



Class 2A: St. James 47, Lake Arthur 23

LAKE ARTHUR — The Tigers’ Trey Hargrave ran for 247 yards and two touchdowns, but St. James pulled off the upset behind six total touchdowns from Lowell Narcisse.

Narcisse had a hand in all but one St. James (5-6) touchdown, throwing three scores and running for another three. Narcisse ran for 102 yards and passed for 167.

Lake Arthur (6-5) piled up 401 yards to St. James’ 330.



Class 2A: Springfield 35, Pickering 27

No other information available.



Class 2A: Carver 56, Oakdale 47

NEW ORLEANS — Oakdale’s season came to an end a long way from home but not without a fight.

Carver rolled up 610 yards of offense and needed every bit of that production to hold off Oakdale (4-7) at Pan American Stadium.

The 15th-seeded Rams (5-5) rushed for 293 yards and passed for 317 to advance to the regional round.



Class 2A: Loreauville 63, DeQuincy 28

LOUREAUVILLE — Lester Johnson scored twice for DeQuincy but it wasn’t enough as Loureauville’s balanced attack was too much for the Tigers.

Raymound Bonnette threw for 269 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another to lead Loureuville. Four of his scoring tosses went to Rhased Bonnette.

Johnson finished with 120 yards for the 3-8 Tigers.



Class 1A: Oberlin 34, Northwood Lena 10

OBERLIN — Tanner Hebert ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as Oberlin coasted past Northwood-Lena to open the playoffs.

The Tigers (7-4), who rushed for 336 yards, advanced to play at No. 5 seed Kentwood next week.

Oberlin’s Lance Frank ran for 114 yards and scored the Tigers first touchdown on an 8-yard run.



Class 1A: Elton 52, Logansport 47

ELTON — Marcus Lemoine, already the state’s leading rusher, somehow managed to turn it up a notch for Elton in the playoffs.

The Indians’ junior ran for a career-high 462 yards and scored six touchdowns along with a pair of 2-point runs as Elton advanced in Class 1A with a wild victory over Logansport.

In a game that had 1,075 yards of combined offense — Logansport quarterback Logan Spears countered the Lemoine Express with 450 yards passing on 25 completions — it was the Elton defense that had to stand tall at the end.



Class 1A: Delhi Charter 29, Merryville 20

No other information available.



Class 1A: Block 42, South Cameron 7

No other information available.



Class 1A: LaSalle 38, Grand Lake 6

No other information available.



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Division II: University Lab 45, St. Louis 10

BATON ROUGE — The second-seeded Cubs’ victory over St. Louis was a classic example of how dynamic running back Nick Brossette and his teammates can be.

The LSU commitment ran for 238 yards on just 10 carries and scored four touchdowns, including TD runs of 85 and 80 yards as the Cubs (11-0) opened the playoffs with a regional-round victory.

St. Louis finishes 3-8. It was the final game for Saints head coach, Mike Johns, who is retiring after 48 years in coaching. Johns spent last 12 as head coach of the Saints. Terrell Rodriguez ran for 56 yards on seven carries for the Saints, while Jared Smith added 51 yards on 10 carries and one TD.

“They (U-High) are an outstanding ballclub,” Johns said. “The running (Brossette) is very good. They have a well-round team with size and speed and they did a good job of executing.”



Division IV: Delhi Charter 12, Hamilton Christian 7

DEHLI — The Warriors’ season came to an end as Dehli Charter rallied from an early deficit and then held on to win the bi-district playoff game.

Dehli Charter advanced to play seventh-seeded Southern Lab, which beat Ascension Christian 52-0.

The Warriors’ season came to an end with a 3-8 record.




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