Creek, RHS grab key league wins
“Our players really responded,” said head coach Billy Laird.
“Offensively, defensively and special teams, we had a good night of just overall football and something like this should really give our team confidence going into our next game.”
That game is a regular season home finale on Friday against Shreveport Southwood, another 1-5A test that will preclude a Nov. 3 closer on the road against No. 1 Class 5-A ranked West Monroe.
While Ruston High was taking the sting out of the Yellow Jackets, Cedar Creek was corralling the Bears of Bernice at the latter school’s home turf.