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Collin Dupuy (swimming) and Kennan Tate (football)

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A Big Thank You to Raising Canes!

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Raising Cane’s donated $12,000 towards the construction of a new entrance gate at Bronco Stadium.

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Keenan Tate’s fumble recovery in end zone in final seconds gives Zachary 49-46 win over Scotlandville in thriller

ZACHARY — When two teams combine for 987 yards and 95 points, it’s usually safe to say the game was all about offense.

Ultimately, two defensive stops, including a fumble recovery in the end zone by Keenan Tate with 23 seconds left, lifted seventh-ranked Zachary High to a pulsating 49-46 victory over Scotlandville High on Friday night at ZHS’ Bronco Stadium.

“It was incredible,” Zachary coach David Brewerton said. “They played more disciplined than we did tonight. It’s hard to say anybody should have lost this game.

“I think they did enough to win; it just didn’t come out the way they wanted. That we fought for 48 minutes to win … that’s what we’ll build on.”

For full article in the Advocate

District 4-5A showdown: Scotlandville, Zachary open league play Friday

Scotlandville, Zachary open 4-5A with showdown

Scott Commits to SyracuseZachary coach David Brewerton has not looked back to last season when the Broncos beat the Hornets twice, including a 41-26 win in the playoff quarterfinals. The fact Valdez is in his first year at Scotlandville has a lot to do with that.

“This is Valdez’s first year, and they’re doing some different things,” Brewerton said. “So those films from last year really won’t help us. And obviously what they’re doing has worked very well.


“When you get to Week 6 and your quarterback hasn’t thrown an interception, that’s impressive. Their quarterback (Levi Lewis) is a playmaker, and they got a running back (Trenton Charles). They’re very comfortable with what their doing.

“Then on defense, they execute so well. They’re fast and athletic and do a good job of flying around to get to the ball. We’ll have our hands full, no question.”

Sportsline Player of the Week: Zachary’s Lindsey Scott (Week 5)

Lindsey Scott, Player of the Week on WAFBThe second winner of Week 5 is Zachary quarterback Lindsey Scott, Junior. He was once a teammate of many Dutchtown Griffins, and got the best of his long time buddies Friday night.

“Pretty much half the defense, we all played pee-wee with,” said Scott. “And Jared the other quarterback, we both played on the same offense when we were little.”

He passed for 211 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 202 more yards and three more touchdowns. That included a game-clinching, 65-yard run down the sideline that gave his Broncos a victory in a 44-34 thriller on the night a Syracuse assistant was in the stands.

“You know a college coach that’s specifically there just to watch him play. That’s a lot of pressure on a 17-year-old kid, so I was a little worried how he’d handle all that,” said Brewerton

“A sixty yard run for a touchdown to seal the game. It’s like it couldn’t have happened any more perfect right there in front of the student section and all my old friends,” said Scott.

Scott was offered a scholarship to Syracuse which he has accepted.

“You know that’s funny because my wife just said the same thing the other night,” said Zachary head coach David Brewerton. “She said ‘He makes so many big plays. You never get bored watching him?’ I said one’s better than the next. Absolutely not. I love watching him.”

This is Scott’s fourth Sportsline Player of the Week award. He won the other three in 2014.

Full Story HERE

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Scott Commits to Syracuse

Scott Commits to Syracuse

Zachary High quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. committed to Syracuse on Monday afternoon.

Read entire Advocate article here.

Zachary’s Lindsey Scott, Denham Springs’ Caleb Roddy headline All-Baton Rouge Large School Preseason Team


Lindsey Scott 2015

Zachary quarterback Lindsey Scott enters the season with high expectations for himself and his team. (Mark Clements, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)

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Hollins steps to forefront as leader, commits to TCU


The end of a grueling conditioning run for Zachary’s football team was near when senior center Kellton Hollins reached out to aid a wobbly teammate.

“He was struggling a bit, and I wanted to make sure he kept up with me,” Hollins said. “My attitude has been different than before. I’ve found myself wanting to push my teammates more. I’m not afraid to be that leader anymore.”were setting up to run the 15th of 16 “gassers” — a stretch where players run from one sideline to the other and back — when Hollins grabbed the hand of a fellow offensive lineman where they finished the two runs together.

For a team that advanced to the Class 5A state semifinals a year ago the return of Hollins, a TCU commitment, represents one of the sources of optimism Zachary may be poised to go beyond that round for the first time in school history.


Hollins took part in TCU’s satellite camp at St. Amant, a June 8 event that ended with his commitment.

Read full article from the Advocate here

Counting down Louisiana football’s Preseason Top 50 for 2015: No. 2 Zachary



Zachary quarterback Lindsey Scott discusses the Broncos’ come-from-behind, 22-21 defeat of rival Central during his junior season. (Jerit Roser, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)

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How far will Zachary make it in the playoffs this year?

Zacharycame in at No. 2 this year on NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune’s 2015 Preseason Top 50 after a stellar campaign last year that ended in the semifinals.

It was arguably the Broncos’ best season in program history, and now second-year coach David Brewerton is looking to build off his successes and push even further into the playoffs.


View the results here…