Header Image - Cannyon is a clean WordPress theme

Tag Archives

4 Articles

John Curtis, Holy Cross, Edna Karr, St. Amant among Week 6 state wins | Jerit and The Kid

Benton, Evangel, John Curtis, Holy Cross, Edna Karr, Logansport, Notre Dame, St. Amant, St. James, Warren Easton and West Monroe were among the teams to claim major statement victories in Week 6.

Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett recap all those games and more — Denham Springs’ survival of Ferriday, Parkview Baptist’s comeback at Lutcher, among others — and preview all the Week 7 action around the state.

Check out the podcast below.


LHSAA’s biggest surprises, best teams at midway mark | Jerit and The Kid

The LHSAA regular season has hit its midway mark.

So Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett decided to take a step back and reevaluate the big picture of the state’s high school football outlook the rest of the way.

Jerit and The Kid run through Week 5’s most notable outcomes and their predictions for this weekend’s biggest matchups — as usual — but also discuss their biggest surprises so far in terms of both teams that exceeded expectations and fell short of them.


LHSAA squads head into major Week 5 showdowns off telling Week 4 | Jerit and The Kid

John Curtis, Evangel, Rummel, Scotlandville, University Lab and a few other schools around the state solidified their positioning about Louisiana’s top title contenders this fall, while others such as Catholic-Baton Rouge, Covington, Fontainebleau, Hahnville, Landry-Walker, Ouachita, Southern Lab, St. Amant and Walker notched some notable wins in their own right.

Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett break down the variety of Week 4 action around the LHSAA, while also previewing some notable Week 5 games, including Warren Easton vs. John Curtis, Zachary vs. U-High, West Monroe vs. Neville, Southern Lab vs. Parkview Baptist, De La Salle vs. Riverside, Catholic-BR at Teurlings Catholic, St. Amant at St. James, Barbe at Acadiana, Live Oak at Denham Springs, Franklinton at St. Thomas More and McDonogh 35 at Carencro.


Denham Springs football returns to field, bright lights after historic flooding

“Normal” isn’t a word that’s being tossed around Denham Springs lately.

Ever since historic flooding hit the southern portion of Louisiana in mid-August, the entire region has been working to get back to some semblance of normalcy.

Although life has been anything but.

Denham Springs football team rallies around goal post

The Denham Springs football team will begin its season Friday, during Week 2 action, after working back from historic flooding in the area last month. (Mark Clements)

A small piece of that will change Friday though, as one of the area’s strongest uniting factors returns to the city: high school football.

It may not seem like much of a big deal, but anyone from the city or surrounding area knows what the Yellow Jackets mean to the community.

“When you talk about Friday night lights and high school football across the country, the communities that have the one high school that’s based in their city, there’s a lot of pride like that everywhere,” said head coach Dru Nettles. “Denham Springs is no exception. It’s a special place.”

When the clock strikes 7 p.m. and the ball is teed up for the opening kickoff, it’s not only going to signify the start of a new football season for Denham Springs.

No, it’s so much more than that.