Top Five Plays from High School Football First Round

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(KALB) - The postseason is here. That means the stakes are higher, the competition is tougher, and this list of plays is better. Here's the Top Five Plays from the First Round of the postseason.

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Who wants to tackle Carter? Anyone?
Ni'kendrick Carter in football pads is a terrifying sight. Don't take my word for it, just ask the Ville Platte defense, Carter threw defenders to the dirt with ease on his way to the paydirt and Many moves on to the second round.

Jones, Giants, roll into Round 2
Trelon Jones came to play against South Beauregard. He scored on the Giants first offensive play, spinning out of a tackle on his way to the endzone. He would have close to 100 yards rushing and two scores just at the half. The Giants win big, avenging last years lost in the first round.

Sweet, sweet revenge
The Tioga Indians had an opportunity to take down a team that beat hem earlier in the season when they headed to Benton to take on the Tigers. The Indians didn't waste their opportunity, with Blake McGeehee tossing six touchdowns, including this beautiful one to Kenneth Ravare. Indians host top seeded Edna Karr at home next week.

Special Delivery--Touchdown!
ASH hosted Central BR this past Friday, and after a rough end to the regular season, the Trojans put together their most complete performance in weeks at the right time. Ben Hesne dropped in this pass via air-mail to Rashon McNeal and the Trojans advance on to round two.

McCord can juggle; Cats roll
Leesville had a special regular season, but now their focus turns on making a run in the post season. They started things off on the right foot against Woodlawn, dominating from the start, and this Demarcus McCord interception will go down as one of, if not THE, play of the game. McCord's concentration is phenomenal as he returns this one back for the touchdown.

See ya next week
That will conclude our top five plays list for the first round of the post season. Check this space next week as teams in CENLA continue to battle it out for the right to play for a state championship.