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Darrian Harrison (26) hustles for extra yards for AHS. He finished the game with 183 yards rushing.

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Jaidyn O'Brien runs up field for AHS.

Abbeville racks up 511 yards of offense in Friday victory

The Abbeville Wildcats’ offense was clicking Friday against the Beau Chene Gators.
The Wildcats scored a season-high 35 points and produced 511 yards of offense in en route to a 35-25 triumph over Beau Chene.
The Wildcats (1-3) ran a season-high 68 plays compared to Beau Chene’s 58.
On the ground is where the Wildcats did their damage. They rushed for 458 yards behind the legs of Darrian Harrison. Harrison had a season-high 183 yards rushing on 23 carries. He averaged an amazing eight yards a carry each time he touched the football.

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VC's Alec Broussard (middle) recovers the on-side kick early in the game. Near by are Andre LeBlanc (left) and Andrew Marceaux (right).

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Kaplan's quarterback Mason Frick tries to keep his balance at the same time VC's Andre Bertrand is trying to stop him.

Kaplan Pirates become latest victim of the VC Eagles

KAPLAN - The Kaplan Pirates became the latest victim of the Vermilion Catholic Eagles.
First, there was Class 2A Catholic High of New Iberia. Then last week the Class 3A Abbeville Wildcats could not beat the Eagles. The Kaplan Pirates now join Abbeville and Catholic High in the loss column.
The Eagles, who jumped out to a 17-0 lead, held on to win 25-23 in a parish showdown.
This Friday the Eagles play their third straight Class 3A team when the Erath Bobcats (2-2) visit VC.

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Before the opening kickoff, Josh Sagrera takes a look at the full Kaplan stands. A minute later, Sagrera was in the end zone. He ran back the kick off 87 yards for a touchdown.

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Josh Sagrera tries to stay on his feet near the goal line.

VC's Josh Sagrera has breakout game against Kaplan

Vermilion Catholic junior Josh Sagrera had his breakout game Friday against the Kaplan Pirates.
He helped the Eagles beat Kaplan 25-22.
It is no secret that Sagrera is blessed with speed and endurance thanks to inheriting the genes of his parents - Anne and Craig.

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Wildcats trying to stay positive after three games

There is still plenty of football left to be played for the Abbeville Wildcats. That is the message Abbeville head coach Kevin Kern is telling his players after the third week.
The Wildcats, who stunned Church Point 7-6 in the parish jamboree, have not begun the 2019 season like Kern would have liked.
For starters, the Wildcats are 0-3. The most points they scored in a game was 14, and that was against the VC second and third-string players.
But what is killing the Wildcats on offense? Turnovers and penalties.



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