Cross-town Rivalry, Tigers decimate Bulldogs 60-0

Allison B. Hudson
The Bulldogs could not stop the Tigers on Friday in the Cross town rivalry game.

Donaldsonville High School and Ascension Catholic campuses are separated by about five miles. Donaldsonville head coach Terrence Williams is aware the players from each school have a familiarity for each other, so he knows how unique this rivalry is and the stakes involved. However, this did not stop his team from ripping the Bulldogs apart 60-0 in Friday night’s game.

It seemed an easy task for the Tigers as they scored two touchdowns in the first quarter.

“At the end of the day, its all for fun for these guys, it’s a community effort here to bring us all together,” said Williams.

Quarterback Devon Breaux rushed for a total of 123 yards out of 335 total yards for the team. He added two touchdowns, following his lead was Tre’ Brown with 117 yards. Titus Howard passed for a total of 130 yards and two touchdowns, and Drew Rosemond and Jarrett Cole both added a touchdown.

The two schools decided last year to reunite for the first time in 33 years, and it continued for this year.

Donaldsonville will continue next week against West St. John at home on Friday to keep up a perfect season. Ascension Catholic will travel to Brusly on Thursday night hoping to end their losing streak for this season.