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Minden, Lakeside, North Webster cruise to easy victories

Photo by JJ Marshall


Minden High brought their success on the road last week back to The Pit on Friday night, cruising to their second straight win in a 42-12 district victory over BTW.

Last week’s win over Huntington was standout defensive back Jacareon Lathan’s first start of the season at wide receiver. He scored a touchdown in the win last week, and set the tone offensively this week with two more first-half receiving touchdowns.

Trey Lister added another touchdown in the first half on a three-yard run, and the Tide were up 21-0 entering the break.

At halftime, the Tide were holding the Tigers to less than one yard per carry on defense.

Lieric Robinson added a two-yard touchdown at the beginning of the third quarter before Bobby Britton recovered a fumble for a 35-yard touchdown that put the Tide up 35-0.

Robinson ran for 141 yards on 15 carries on the night.

Lakeside 57, Block 12

It was homecoming week at Lakeside as the Warriors rolled to another victory for their fourth win of the season.

The Warriors blocked a Block punt to give themselves good field position to start the game.

Jordan Preuett found Krystopher Stewart for a nine-yard touchdown pass after to open the scoring with 5:42 left in the first quarter.

After forcing a turnover on downs, Lakeside got the ball back and quickly marched down the field. The drive started with a 40-yard pass from Preuett to Branthony Brown that put the Warriors inside the Block red zone.

Preuett caught Bo Boley with a screen pass in the flat that Boley turned into a 15-yard touchdown that put Lakeside up 13-0.

Block scored at the start of the second quarter on a long pass before the Warriors rattled off 40 straight points en route to victory.

North Webster 26, Southwood 0

The Knights continued their dominance over larger schools on Friday as they drilled 5A Southwood 26-0.

Tyrell Markray scored a 10-yard rushing touchdown to put the Knights up in the first quarter.

The Knights (3-2) scored all of their touchdowns on the ground and dominated the Cowboys defensively for their first shutout of the season.

Glenbrook 22, Union Christian Academy 54

The Apaches fell to 0-7 on the season after an away defeat to Union Christian.

Maddox Mandino and Marshall Meek both scored touchdowns for Glenbrook.