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2014 Player to Watch: Asa Miller

He still remembers the empty feeling in his stomach following the 55-30 quarterfinal defeat, and he was already dreading the long bus road home down I-10. His junior season was over, and there were so many desires and dreams left on the field, just out of his grasp.

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Postgame Preview: District 4-4A

A three-way tie for second place at 4-2 among district rivals Rayne, Crowley and Eunice made District 4-4A one of the most hotly contested of 2013, but an influx of talent to bolster an already loaded Rayne Wolves backfield may have them sitting on top in 2014 after looking up at 5-5 Lagrange to close the year.

Media Day: Cajuns unanimous choice to win Sunbelt

When you’ve won three bowl games in a row, especially in the Sunbelt Conference, expectations can be a little high.

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2014 Player to Watch: Hunter Register

It’s mid-morning in the stands of the Comeaux High Spartans football stadium, and Hunter Register is giving his input for his photo shoot with his only words of advice; “Make sure you get the cleats, man,” he said with a smirk, styling in a new pair of Air Jordan 6 cleats.

Who will win District 5-4A in 2014? (Poll)

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2014 Player to Watch: Tyler Derouen

Similar to a Swiss army knife, Derouen can produce for his team in a plethora of ways on both sides of the ball. The junior has started at a different position every year he has been a member of the Screamin’ Eagles football team. VC offensive coordinator Roch Charpentier elaborated on the value that Derouen brings to the team.

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Postgame Preview: District 5-2A

With a slew of new teams filling its ranks for the first time, district 5-2A didn’t disappoint in the high level of competition, as the top three teams were only separated by two games.

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2014 Player to Watch: Will Bellamy

Will Bellamy stood on the field at St. Thomas More High School amidst the sweltering heat, peering out into the empty stands, longing to get back on the field and give the fans a repeat of the dominant STM football that was displayed in the 2013-14 season.

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