A stingy defensive effort by Brother Martin led to a second straight loss for Hahnville, who fell at home 21-6 to the Crusaders Friday night.
Brother Martin intercepted three Hahnville passes and held the Tigers to a season-low six points, after Hahnville topped the 40 point mark in each of its previous two games.
Matthew Alfonso scored each of Brother Martin’s touchdowns on the ground, each from 11 yards and in. Chris Smith led Brother Martin (1-2) with 110 rushing yards, allowing the Crusaders to control the ball.
Thomas Rasco kicked field goals of 35 and 41 yards in length to account for Hahnville’s points.
Anthony Williams rushed for 64 yards to lead Hahnville (1-2). The Tigers passed for just 30 yards in the game and were held to less than 150 yards of total offense.