Warriors fall in jamboree

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RUSTON – At the Cedar Creek jamboree, the Lakeside Warriors came out on the losing end of a pair of games with Homer and Cedar Creek.

The Warriors took on Homer for the second time this month and held up much better than they did in a scrimmage with the Pels.

“I thought we forced the action which made them turn the ball over,” head coach Joey Pesses said. “We played some guys from our second string to see how they would respond in a game situation. If we’re going to be successful we’ll have to play a lot of guys.”

Pesses said junior lineman Chris Brantley made some big plays for the Warriors, as did new-comer Josh Prince.


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