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Scrimmages give Tigers, Wildcats first tests of season

From staff and wire reports

August 19, 2010 at 10:51 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Hahnville guard Alvin Kelly, left, is one of two returning starters on the offensive line. The line will be faced with a tough task on Aug. 19 as they try to hold off a physical Higgins defense.
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Hahnville guard Alvin Kelly, left, is one of two returning starters on the offensive line. The line will be faced with a tough task on Aug. 19 as they try to hold off a physical Higgins defense.
The St. Charles Herald-Guide is putting the finishing touches on our High School Football Preview, which can be found inside our Aug. 26 issue.

St. Charles Herald-Guide is putting the finishing touches on our High School Football Preview, which can be found inside our Aug. 26 issue.


The preview section not only has team and player photos, but also features an in-depth analysis of both squads. Find out who will start this season, what key backups will be called on to contribute, and what the coaches think about their district competition.


Additionally, the special section will also give a preview of both the Saints and LSU, and will offer a look at where former parish high school stars are now.


Until then, check the sports section to learn more about tonightís scrimmages. The Tigers will face off against a very physical Higgins squad, while the Wildcats will have their hands full with one of the nationís top-rated quarterbacks.




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