Red River puts end to FHS season
Published 12:00 am Monday, March 14, 2005
COUSHATTA, La. &045; Ferriday missed too many layups and it cost the Trojans dearly.
Ferriday (20-12) had its season ended Friday night by Red River, who beat the Trojans 68-51 in the first round of the LHSAA playoffs.
&uot;We missed so many layups in the first half. I’ve never seen a team miss so many layups,&uot; Ferriday coach James Davis said. &uot;We got down by 20 at that time and just couldn’t seem to get things going. Every time we made a run, they came back with a run.&uot;
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The Trojans trailed 40-20 at halftime after being outscored 27-8 in a second quarter in which the Trojans didn’t execute well, Davis said.
&uot;It was the second quarter that put us behind. We didn’t get anything,&uot; Davis said. &uot;In the playoffs against a good ball club, you just have to execute. We had too many turnovers, and you can’t afford to do that.&uot;
The Trojans made some inroads in the second half but still lost by 17 points.
Davis said he hopes this will be a learning experience for his team as they move towards next season.
&uot;We’ll come back strong next year,&uot; Davis said.
Elton 100, Block 54
ELTON, La. &045; Block was blown out in the first round of the playoffs by Elton.
No other information was available.
The Bears got into the playoffs after Tallulah and Davidson reported ineligible players and withdrew themselves from the playoffs.