Ascension Catholic falls in Division IV title game for second straight year
NEW ORLEANS - In the highly anticipated rematch of last seasons Division IV state championship, Lafayette Christian once again knocked off Ascension Catholic 56-7 in Thursday's state title.
The Knights not only pulled off back-to-back Division IV state titles, But, Lafayette Christian capped off a perfect (14-0) season. LCA reeled off 49 unanswered points in an epic collapse by the Bulldogs.
Junior running back Jai Williams carried the load on offense for Ascension Catholic. He set a prep classic record with 40 rushes for 261 yards. Williams ended the night 10 yards shy of passing the all-time yardage mark.
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