SIBLEY – The Lakeside Warriors were at home for the first time this season, and played well defensively against an explosive Plain Dealing team, despite falling 32-6 in the game.
For the Warriors, it’s a sign of progress for a young team breaking in some new faces and lacking depth.
“Plain Dealing has a good team,” Lakeside head coach Joey Pesses said. “They had a bunch of good athletes and fired off hard defensively.”
On defense, Pesses was proud of the effort and tenacity shown by his bunch.
“We did a great job,” Pesses said. “We put our defense in a bind by