Benton, Minden, North DeSoto, Airline, Haynesville and Logansport.
North Webster has s c r i m – maged or played all of them, but none c o m e close to the West Feliciana S a i n t s , a c c o r d – ing to Knights head coach John Ware.
The Saints raced out to a quick 21-0 lead and never looked back, piling on the points and ending the Knights’ season with a 42-13 loss.
“That’s the best team we’ve played all year,” Ware said. “They have more team speed than anyone in the state; I think about 6-10 future DI players on their roster and I think four committed already. Just a bad draw and a difficult year, but sometime’s that’s just how it goes.”
North Webster concludes 2017 at 3-7 and will bid farewell to star running backs TJ Hawthorne and Kyler Harbour, linebackers Sam Modisette and John Hardy and a slew of linemen.
However, plenty of talent returns in other key positions for what should be a better 2018 with, hopefully, a more forgiving schedule.