Prep Football Report -- Week 1

Last week's scores

Week 1

Assumption 28, Donaldsonville 6

E.D. White Catholic 27, Vandebilt Catholic 15

Ellender 26, Terrebonne 7

H.L. Bourgeois 30, J.S. Clark 24

Central Lafourche at Ponchatoula (canceled)

Covenant Christian at Brother Martin (canceled)

Higgins at Thibodaux (canceled)

Miller-McCoy at South Terrebonne (canceled)

Destrehan at South Lafourche (canceled)

False River at Houma Christian (canceled)

West St. John at St. James (canceled)


Week 2


Assumption at E.D. White Catholic, 7 p.m.


H.L. Bourgeois vs. Ellender at South Terrebonne Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.

Patterson at Central Lafourche, 7 p.m.

South Lafourche at Plaquemine, 7 p.m.

South Terrebonne at Terrebonne, 7 p.m.

Zachary at Thibodaux, 7 p.m.

Vandebilt Catholic at St. Charles Catholic, 7 p.m.

Destrehan at St. James, 7 p.m.

Covenant Christian Academy at Lusher Charter, 7 p.m.


--Ellender quarterback Dustin Creppel completed 19-of-27 passes for 211 yards and three touchdowns against Terrebonne.

--E.D. White Catholic quarterback Benton Arceneaux connected on 5-of-10 passes for 212 yards and a touchdown against Vandebilt Catholic.

--Assumption receiver Malik Mills caught two passes for 92 yards and a touchdown against Donaldsonville.

--H.L. Bourgeois' Jordin Starks had 81 rushing yards and a touchdown against Clark, and his teammate Michael Flakes had the game-winning 45 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown for the Braves.

--E.D. White Catholic receiver Colby Masse caught three passes for 186 yards and a touchdown (including a 85-yard score) against Vandebilt.

--Terrebonne running back DeShaun Diggs rushed for 175 yards on 15 carries and a touchdown against Ellender.


1. E.D. White Catholic

2. Assumption

3. South Lafourche

4. South Terrebonne (tie)

4. Ellender (tie)

6. Thibodaux


22 — The number of total penalties committed by Ellender and Terrebonne during Sunday's game (11 on each team).

60.6 — The average number of yards per catch by E.D. White's Colby Masse during Saturday's game against Vandebilt. Masse had three catches for 182 yards.


"I am excited. We got our first win. It's real emotional, especially for all the seniors who stuck it out for four years. We left it all on the field, and now the streak is over, and Ellender is coming. Once we got everything together, we started focusing. Everybody did their part, and we came out with the victory." — Ellender senior receiver/running back Ralph Singleton said after the Patriots snapped a 32-game losing streak during Sunday's 26-7 win over Terrebonne.

— Chris Singleton Staff Writer