St. Charles Catholic
Lewis rushed 15 times for 114 yards and scored four touchdowns in the Comets’ 49-14 victory over McMain in a battle of teams ranked in The New Orleans Advocate’s Small School Super 10.
The senior running back scored on touchdown runs of 15, 2, 1 and 7 yards in the District 11-3A game.
“We worked on a lot of things this week, like just being physical and man-on-man blocking,” said Lewis, who hass scholarship offers from Southern Miss and Northwestern State.
It was his first game at 100 percent after being hindered with nagging injuries.
“Erron has been a little inconsistent this year and hasn’t been full speed,” St. Charles coach Frank Monica said. “He showed he could be that quality back that we need down the stretch.”
Although only a freshman, Cabeceiras is a second-year starter on the Hawks’ squad, helping the team to a 31-10 record. Coach Rebekka Bonnaffee said Cabeceiras has led the team in kills all season, averaging 15 per match. She often is the leader in digs as well.
“Although a freshman, Hailey is a natural leader on the court who knows the game well and has great instincts,” Bonnaffee said. “She doesn’t give up in tough times because she practices hard and is ready to face any challenge.”