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Wed
09
Oct

LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play

LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play

The LaSalle Tigers for the second week in a row would have a very tough night finding the end zone. The Tigers fell to the Jena Giants 34-0 in the last non-district game on the schedule.

The Giants used a massive offensive line to push an opening for Trelon Jones, who would score all five times for the Giants. On Offense the Tigers would find yards hard to come by after the first drive.

 

 

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Wed
09
Oct

Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle

Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle

The Jena Giants and LaSalle Tigers renewed the LaSalle parish rivalry football game this past Friday night. The two teams have played many times over the years in jamborees but this would be the first regular season contest between the two since the 2000 season.

Both teams have represented LaSalle parish very well in their respective classes as they both have made the playoffs many times over the past ten seasons. Both teams would come into the game looking to get back on the winning track as they both lost by blowout games in prior week, with La-Salle losing to Franklin Parish 56-6 while the Giants lost to Tioga 40-13.

Both teams would also look to get some good momentum going into district play, as this would be the final non-district game for both teams.

 

 

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Wed
02
Oct

Giants lose a tough one at Tioga

Giants lose a tough one at Tioga
Giants lose a tough one at Tioga
Giants lose a tough one at Tioga

The Jena Giants traveled to Tioga this past Friday. The Giants are going through the toughest part of their schedule after beating St. Louis in week 2 and then losing to Ouachita Christian in week 3.

In week 4 the Giants would face probably their toughest test of the season as they took on the Tioga Indians out of class 4A.

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Wed
02
Oct

LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6

LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6
LaSalle falls to Franklin Parish 56-6

The LaSalle Tigers knew coming into this contest with the 4A Franklin Parish Patriots that they would need a flawless game to come away with a victory. Franklin Parish had the size and strength factor in this contest won when they got off the bus.

The Patriots were here to prove a point and they did just that. That point would be that there is a reason for classifications in High School football.

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Wed
25
Sep

JHS Alumni raffling Saints-Falcons tickets

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The Jena High School Alumni Association is sponsoring a raffle featuring two (2) Executive Sky Box Suite tickets for the Saints vs Falcons game on November 10, 2019.

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Wed
25
Sep

Meet the Jena Giant Freshmen…

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Wed
25
Sep

Jena Giants fight hard but come up little short at OCS

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The Jena Giants traveled north on highway 165 this past Friday as they went to Monroe to take on the OCS Eagles. The Giants were looking to pick up another big win after their exciting win last week over St. Louis.

The Giants and the Eagles faced off last season in the Bayou Jamb as the Giants came out victorious in that matchup. OCS would come into the game looking to get back on the winning track after losing the week before to the Sterlington Panthers.

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Wed
25
Sep

Former Giants meet in Tiger Stadium

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Two former Jena High School Giant teammates met at LSU’s Tiger Stadium Saturday night, September 14, playing for opposing schools in what their former high school coach called “one of the coolest nights of my life.”

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Wed
18
Sep

Giants come back in 2nd half to pick up 21-16 win over St. Louis Catholic

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The Jena Giants welcomed an unfamiliar foe to Guy Campbell Memorial Stadium this past Friday. The St. Louis Catholic Saints out of Lake Charles made the long trip up to Jena to take on the Giants.

St. Louis is a class 3A private school that plays in the select brackets of the playoffs which includes all private schools. The Giants have played a couple of teams from the same district as St. Louis as they lost to Westlake two years ago in the first round of the playoffs and last season they beat South Beauregard in the first round.

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Wed
18
Sep

Meet the LaSalle Tiger Sophomores…

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