HHS, DHS stars ink college scholarships

From staff and wire reports
June 10, 2010 at 10:08 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Mike Aucoin
Kicker, Hahnville
Signed with Rhodes College

Mike Aucoin scored 49 points in 2009, connecting on 46 point afters and one field goal. He also kicked off six times and recorded two touchbacks.

Henry Lenox
RB, Destrehan
Signed with Mississippi Gulf Community College

Former Wildcat running back Henry Lenox was injured for much of last season, but was named All-District as a junior. Lenox has loads of potential and is big, powerful and fast.

Lloyd Richard
FB, Hahnville
Signed with College of the Redwoods

Former Tiger fullback Lloyd Richard finished the 2009 season with 482 yards on only 43 carries, which gave him an 11.2 yard-per-carry average. Richard also scored six touchdowns for Hahnville.

Kyron King
WR, Destrehan
Signed with Pasadena Community College

Kyron King spent the last two seasons as Destrehan’s possession receiver. King even scored the only offensive touchdown for the Wildcats in the 2008 state championship game.

Dylan Lovergne
OT, Hahnville
Signed with Merchant Marine Academy

Offensive tackle Dylan Lovergne cleared the way for a stable of running backs that rushed for 2,473 yards in 2009. 

Greg Jackson
FS, Destrehan
Signed with Pasadena Community College

Coaches at Pasadena Community College are glad to get free safety Greg Jackson, who is extremely physical with an impressive ability to hit hard and bring opponents to the ground. 

Payton Zeringue
Long Snapper, Hahnville
Signed with Southeastern Louisiana

Hahnville’s Payton Zeringue will be a preferred walk on at Southeastern Louisiana next season. Zeringue will serve as a long snapper.

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