Coog Recruits In The Playoffs: Round 1


 
Five Cougar commits were in action on Friday night and four of their teams won. The two wide receivers stood out with monster games. A quick review of the action:
 

Reginald Johnson – WR

Southern Lab crushes St Edmund, 53-7.

UH commit Reginald Johnson was the star of the game – perhaps the star of all of Friday night’s LHSAA playoff action. Johnson had five catches for 201 yards and 3 touchdowns including scores of 88 and 69 yards.

Reginald (Johnson) is just a phenomenal receiver and makes big plays for us every game, probably the best receiver in the state,” Southern Lab coach Darrell Asberry told The Advocate.

Next week, Southern Lab will get the Riverside/Ascension Catholic winner. They beat Riverside earlier in the year.
 

Adonis Friloux – DT

Hahnville cruises over Chalmette, 28-6. They’ll play Zachary in the 2nd round.

It appears that Friloux recorded a sack in the game. Hahnville held Chalmette to 115 yards of offense.

 

Dylan Robinson – WR

The Atascocita offense still rolling through opponents:

Dyland Robinson had 3 catches for 93 yards and a score. They’ll get Dickinson at NRG next Saturday.

 

Derek Bowman – OT

Magnolia wins a big road test at Mesquite Poteet:

The Bulldogs will face Highland Park Thursday night at AT&T Stadium.
 

Aidan Martin – K

Klein Cain (Kicker Aidan Martin) lost to Westfield 41-15. Martin made the only PAT he attempted and put all three kickoffs in the end zone.
 

 
 

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