No. Four Ehret 37, No. 13 Haughton 6
at Hoss Memtsas Stadium, Friday (Nov. 16), Class 5A second-round playoff sport
HOW THE GAME WAS WON: Four KEY MOMENTS
- Ehret dizzied Haughton early with fast strikes, the primary rating coming simply two performs in on Damond Leonard’s 20-yard landing run. The play earlier than, Ehret’s first, was a 41-yard laser from quarterback Travis Mumphrey to Jacoby Windmon, placing the Haughton protection on its heels out the gate.
- Two extra touchdowns within the first quarter put the sport out of attain earlier than Eight p.m. Two Mumphrey landing passes — to De’ron Coleman and Jordan Pickney, respectively — put the Buccaneers down three scores rapidly.
- The Haughton offense, which put up 57 factors in its first-round win over Fontainebleau final week, confirmed some spirit within the second quarter with a 90-yard landing drive, which culminated in a 6-yard landing cross from CJ McWilliams to Matthew Whitten to slim the result in 21-6 simply earlier than halftime.
- The Ehret protection, the Patriots’ energy this yr, clamped down after that, not permitting one other level. A George Moreno discipline aim and one other landing cross from Mumphrey places the rating at its last tally.
PLAYER OF THE GAME
Ehret quarterback Travis Mumphrey
Mumphrey, a UNLV dedication, adopted up his 104-yard efficiency within the Patriots’ first-round win over Dutchtown with a dynamite displaying in opposition to the Buccaneers. The senior accomplished 23 of 31 passes for 390 yards and three touchdowns, carving up the Haughton protection nevertheless and each time he happy. De’ron Coleman earns honorable point out right here, catching 10 of these passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns.
Information: Haughton, 9-3; Ehret, 11-1
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Haughton | 0 | 6 | 0 | 0 – 6
Ehret | 21 | 9 | 0 | 7 – 37
- With the win, Ehret extends its profitable streak to 11 this yr and continues its path towards a rematch with No. 1 seed West Monroe — the one workforce to beat the Patriots this season. West Monroe received its Week 1 matchup, 44-20.
- That is the third consecutive yr that Haughton’s season has ended within the New Orleans metro space by the hands of Ehret. The Buccaneers made the five-plus-hour drive Friday afternoon and headed all the way in which again to Haughton after the loss.
- The lone vivid spot for Haughton was quarterback CJ McWilliams, who regardless of a poor displaying on the stat sheet proved himself to be an elite quarterback. Alongside along with his uncanny pocket presence, wonderful mobility and oft-smart decision-making, McWilliams shined within the punting and return video games. “That No. 11 is a particular athlete,” Ehret head coach Marcus Scott stated after the sport.
- Ehret star linebacker Donte’ Starks suited up for Friday’s sport however didn’t play, one thing Scott known as a precaution afterward. Starks was seen on crutches after the Patriots’ first-round win, and Scott stated in the event that they wanted him in opposition to Haughton he might’ve performed. Count on him to play subsequent week in opposition to No. 5 seed East Ascension.
- Patriots cornerback Kunta Hester took the highlight on the protection with Starks out, nabbing two interceptions in essential spots. His first got here on a pretend punt within the first quarter deep in Patriot territory, and he grabbed his second one play after Ehret turned over the ball.
HE SAID IT
Ehret head coach Marcus Scott: “It is all the time vital to get a quick begin in video games like this. The children performed onerous and the coaches ready nicely. (Haughton) is a very good offense they usually have some actually good gamers. No matter was open by the air, we had been in a position to take benefit.”
Ehret quarterback Travis Mumphrey: “We knew that we might beat them with velocity. We executed very well by the air. Whoever we play subsequent week, we will come out quick, sturdy, and hopefully come out with a victory.”
Ehret defensive again Kunta Hester: “I feel we performed nice. We had good practices all week. We’re trying ahead to subsequent week. We’re very assured. So long as we do our job and follow nicely, we’ll be alright.”
Ehret quarterback Travis Mumphrey on the Ehret protection: “We’ve the most effective defenses within the state. We maintain individuals to lower than what they normally rating. They’re so quick and our offense goes in opposition to them each week. That is the consequence.”
Haughton: 109 yards of whole offense (19 speeding, 90 passing)
Ehret: 495 yards of whole offense (105 speeding, 390 passing)
Dashing: CJ McWilliams, 8-15; Keyshawn Davis, 4-6; Sean Hardison, 7-(-2); Derion Phil, 4-1; Alexander Morris, 1-1; Ryker St. John, 1-(-3).
Receiving: Matthew Whitten, 5-56, 1 TD; Keyshawn Davis, 1-26; Jonathan Sewell, 2-4; Ryker St. John, 3-4.
Passing: CJ McWilliams, 11-24, 90 yards, 1 TD, Three INT.
Dashing: Damond Leonard, 9-55, 2 TD; Travis Patterson, 9-37; Travis Mumphrey, 3-20; Treymond Harris, 1-1; De’ron Coleman, 1-(-8).
Receiving: De’ron Coleman, 10-221, 2 TD; Jacoby Windmon, 5-95; Jordan Pickney, 3-21, 1 TD; Ja’Ron Glenn, 3-26; Damond Leonard, 2-27.
Passing: Travis Mumphrey, 23-31, 390 yards, Three TD, Zero INT.
Ehret – Damond Leonard 20 run (kick blocked), 0-6, 11:40
Ehret – De’ron Coleman 2 cross from Travis Mumphry (Mumphry run), 0-14, 4:16
Ehret – Jordan Pickney 7 cross from Mumphry (George Moreno kick), 0-21, 0:43
Haughton – Matthew Whitten 6 cross from CJ McWilliams (run failed), 6-21, 4:35
Ehret – Leonard 2 run (kick failed), 6-27, 2:27
Ehret – Moreno 20 discipline aim, 6-30, 0:00
Ehret – Coleman 57 cross from Mumphry (Moreno kick), 6-37, 6:35
NEXT UP: Ehret strikes on to face No. 5 seed East Ascension, which barely escaped its second-round sport in opposition to Slidell in a 28-25 win.