(KALB) - Week one of high school football was an exciting one for Central Louisiana fans. These are the top five plays from around Cenla on Friday night.
The Marksville Tigers traveled to Bunkie to take on the Panthers in the Annual Catskin Game.
Play #5: Washington refuses to go down
Kameron Washington made plays for the Tigers throughout this one, including a huge reception on fourth down and long to move the chains for Marksville early in the game. It's his effort on this play though that showcases why Washington is becoming one of the more exciting players to watch in Cenla.
Play #4: The Graves-digger buries Grant
Montgomery's Quarterback Logan Graves will from henceforth be referred to as "The Graves"-digger as he find his man Mikel Auge for the score, burying the Grant Cougars in the process.
Play #3: Peabody's Lavalais gallops his way to paydirt
A big stage for a freshman, but obviously not too big, as Arthur Lavalais answers the call for Peabody and takes this one the distance for six. This was a competitive game against Many, and Lavalais looks to be a big part of the Warhorse offense moving forward.
Play #2: Eagles make a statement
Holy Savior Menard Quarterback Cam Miguez finds his man who does the rest of the work for him, and Menard stomps Bolton 45-0. Bolton looking for success in year three of the Jeff Teague era, will have to wait another week to see some.
Play #1: These two are going to be here a lot, aren't they?
We have had two weeks of football (one thats counted) and already Blake McGeehee and Kenneth Ravare have been on this list twice. The two are forming a special connection, and Tioga fans are hoping that, if the last two weeks are any indication, this is a special season.
Put a bow on it
That will do it for the Top 5 Plays of Week One from around Cenla. Don't forget to vote for your favorite athlete of the week right here on our website. Click the Athlete of the Week tab and make a submission.