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    Lions @ St. James Tonight at 7pm (webcast inside)

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    Lusher’s varsity football team will travel to St. James high school tonight to face off against the Wildcats. The game will kick off at 7PM. You can follow our live webcast here.

    You can view scores and stats for earlier games here.

    —Earlier Posts—

    Lusher will kickoff their homecoming weekend by hosting the Donaldsonville Tigers tonight at 7. It should be an exciting night at Brees Family Field, but if you can’t make it, follow live updates on our webcast.


    Lusher’s varsity football team will play the De La Salle Cavaliers tonight at Pan Am Stadium in City Park. The game will kick off at 7PM. View the live webcast here.


    Lusher’s varsity football team will try to rebound from last week’s Newman defeat when they travel to Laplace tonight to face off against St. Charles Catholic. The game will be held at 7PM at 100 Dominican Rd, Laplace, LA. View the live webcast here


    After a nail-biting 41-44 loss against White Castle last week, the Lions will host the Newman Greenies tonight at 7PM. Please join us at Brees Family Field or follow along with our live webcast.



    Lusher will follow their dominant showing against Thomas Jefferson last week (largely on the back of Southshore player of the week, Miles Stewart) with a home game against the White Castle Bulldogs tonight at 7pm. Go Lions!



    Lusher won their first football game of the season Thursday night in dominant fashion. After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, the Lions scored 47 unanswered points to defeat the Thomas Jefferson Jaguars 47-7 at Hoss Memtsas Stadium. Click here for the webcast and box score.


    From the Advocate recap linked above:

    “We practiced to win and we executed tonight,” Lusher coach J.J. Smith said. “We needed this win, but more importantly the kids played like they wanted it. We had our opportunities and we took advantage of them.”

    Miles Stewart lead all players with 121 yards from scrimmage — and his night could’ve been more dominant, as 117 yards and two touchdowns were negated by penalties.

    Stewart bludgeoned the Jaguars on the first play from scrimmage in the second half, when he raced around the right end for a 21-yard touchdown. He added a 14-yard touchdown run to stretch the Lions’ lead to 34-7 with 7:10 remaining in the third quarter.