Playoff quarterfinals players of the week
Though only a sophomore, Destrehan receiver Tramaine Armstrong led his team to the semifinals with two clutch touchdown catches. Armstrong put his team up 9-0 after catching a 37-yard pass from quarterback Donovan Isom in the third quarter. Armstrong then iced the game with a 51-yard touchdown catch that put the Wildcats up 16-9.
With his team clinging to a late fourth-quarter lead, junior cornerback Raekwon Morgan came through with two big defensive plays to help lead his squad to a win.Morgan finished with two interceptions against Dutchtown in the final quarter, with his last interception setting the stage for a game-icing touchdown by quarterback Donovan Isom.
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With 123 teams cooking jambalaya or gumbo, United Way of St. Charles kicked off its fundraising campaign with the 13th annual Battle for the Paddle cook-off on Thursday, Oct. 2 at the West Bank Bridge Park in Luling.