St. Paul’s Escapes Hammond 24-10 in Homecoming Game

The limited crowd at Hunter Stadium celebrates after a Lorenzo Frieman interception in the Wolves’ win. (Photo Credit: Ian Nicoll)

(COVINGTON La.) — St. Paul’s defeated Hammond in an unsettlingly close Homecoming game last Friday night. The final score was 24-10, but the game was tied in the fourth quarter after the Tornadoes recorded a touchdown and two-point conversion.

Trainers Matthew Boudreax, Charles Lopez, and Owen Crombie help out on the sidelines. (Photo Credit: Ian Nicoll)

“It’s not just onto next week,” trainer Owen Crombie said. “This is going to be a brutal week of practice. We’ve got to play better to have any chance of beating better teams,” said Crombie.

The Wolves forced multiple turnovers but turned the ball over almost just as much. Coaches and players showed their frustration on the sidelines.

The Wolves travel to Covington on Friday to face the Lions.

The Wolves’ defense dominated the Tornadoes’ offense for the majority of the game. (Photo Credit: Ian Nicoll)
Homecoming Queen Madison Meyers is presented by Senior Connor Simon. (Photo Credit: Ian Nicoll)
2020 Homecoming Queen Madison Meyers (Photo Credit: Expressions Photography)
Alvin Marks (left) and Davis Lagarde (right) get ready to hand out flowers to the Homecoming Court with former Queen Brooke VanAs (middle). (Photo Credit: Mimi Montiero)

After a halftime band performance on the field, Homecoming Court presentations were conducted. SSA Senior Madison Meyers, nominated and escorted by Connor Simon, was voted queen. Anna Patrick, Ava Landry, Brooke Brandau, Chloe Chehardy, Gabrielle Tumbleston, and Payton Franke also served on the court.


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