Friday night football roundup, photo gallery from Pineland Jamboree

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Parker’s Chapel 63 – Glenbrook 42: Glenbrook falls to 1-1 after displaying the same offensive firepower they showed in last week’s win over Hillcrest. Parker’s Chapel showed their depth as a larger 2A public school in Arkansas, but the Apaches still held their own despite cramping and fatigue in the fourth quarter. Multiple TDs for DJ Carter, Jackson Powell and Sammy Feaster helped the Apaches put up points, but Glenbrook ultimately fell short in Week 2.

Pineland Jamboree Game 1 final:
Minden 34 – Homer 18
Minden dominated offensively, led by three touchdown catches from Seth Johnson. 
“This is a big win for us,” Johnson said. “I give all the glory to God in helping us get this win. We’re building a brotherhood and a bond and getting a result like this goes a long way in showing that we’re much better than we were last season.”
QB Trenton McLaughlin looked excellent under center, throwing three touchdowns himself. The Tide defended well all game against a top player in Homer’s Star Thomas.

Pineland Jamboree Game 2 final: Lakeside 28 – Haynesville 14

Jocquez Lott scored a one-yard touchdown to give new head coach Mike Santelices his first lead as Lakeside coach, and the Warriors didn’t look back en route to a big win over perennial powerhouse Haynesville.

Pineland Jamboree Game 3 final – North Webster 12 – Cedar Creek 12 : Scottie Johnson scored two touchdowns in his quest to repeat as MPH All-Parish Player of the Year. Cedar Creek scored a last-minute touchdown, but missed the extra point as time expired to end the game in a tie.

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