Monday, October 17, 2005

NEW WEBSITE

WWW.ESJFOOTBALL.COM

COME CHECK IT OUT

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Wildcats vs Tigers

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

ESJ seeks revenge vs HHS

Monday, October 03, 2005

Shirts

Hey everyone! 4 days til game day... Are you ready yet???????? I am. Make sure you wear your "Beat Hahnville" shirts. I know alot of you have them and for those who don't, take a little trip over to Landmark Teez and pick one up. I'm pretty sure they made some. If not, check out some of their other ESJ apparel. Come to the game on Friday with plenty of energy and be prepared to scream until your hoarse. Let's make this one of the loudest home games ever.

ESJ football players...If your reading this, I want you all to know that we (the fans) are very proud of you. Win or Lose, we love you. You make Friday nights exciting for many people out there. Young and old. Go out on that field Friday with confidence. Hold your heads up high and go after what you want.

I've taken time out of my "not so busy schedule" to build this site. I've tried to keep up with all the stats and articles. I know it's something I would want if I was a senior in high school. These times are special and I wanted to capture that for each and every one of you. I know I haven't been able to get pics of everyone, but if you have a pic of yourself and would like it added to the site, please just forward it on to me. My email address is esjchick@yahoo.com . I will be purchasing a domain and building a site from scratch as soon as I can an idea on the format I'd like to use. You guys deserve this and I don't mind taking time to do it for you.

Good luck Wildcats!...and good night lol

#20 Dwayne Francis

Dwayne Francis (Jr, LB/FS) has 25 tackles, two force fumbles, 2 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries so far this season. Dwayne is 5'9" and 160 lbs. In the 40, he's been clocked at 4.6. He has a 31.5" vertical jump. Wildcat fans, keep your eyes open for this kid...Big play maker! Good luck Dwayne on your junior season!

Sunday, October 02, 2005

#9 Roy James


Roy James (Sr, WR) has 6 receptions for 78 yards so far this season. He is averaging 13 yards per reception. Roy is an outstanding player with 4.5 speed. He is also one of my three favorite receivers here at ESJ. Good luck to you Roy on your senior season and beyond!

Stats vs John Curtis 9-30-05

Stats vs East Ascension 9-25-05

Saturday, October 01, 2005

ESJ stuns Curtis

East St. John stuns Curtis

By Bill Bumgarner
Staff writer

Friday was the third game for the East St. John Wildcats, and it showed.

The Wildcats (2-1) performed with precision and poise early, building a 10-0 lead in the first quarter against John Curtis. What the offense built, kicker Radi Jabouri sealed with fourth-quarter field goals of 56 and 20 yards, as East St. John prevailed 16-6 at home.

Wildcats' quarterback Johnnie Thiel, a Curtis transfer, hit three of three passes for 53 yards and rushed for 29 yards on the opening drive of 80 yards. Thiel scored from eight yards for a 7-0 lead.

Curtis (0-1) punted following three snaps.

Thiel then hit Louis Lee, who made a diving catch for a 48-yard gain at the Curtis five-yard line. East St. John lost 11 yards on its next three play,s but Jabouri made a 33-yard field goal for a 10-0 advantage with 4:12 left in the quarter.

“I thought the first drive set the tone for the game,” East St. John coach Larry Dauterive said.

Curtis bounced back with its lone score on the next possession. On his first carry of the season, Joe McKnight broke two tackles at the line of scrimmage and raced 70 yards for a touchdown with 2:46 left. The extra-point attempt was missed, leaving East St. John ahead 10-6 after one period.

The second quarter featured a flurry of turnovers. Curtis fumbled on its first two possessions, miscues that were sandwiched around an interception by McKnight.

After the second fumble recovery, East St. John had possession at the Curtis 41-yard line. The Wildcats reached the Patriots' 17, but a 34-yard field goal attempt by Jabouri was blocked by John Ruttley.

“We had a lot of opportunies and we made a lot of mistakes,” Dauterive said of the second quarter threats.

There were more miscues early in the fourth period. A Thiel was picked off at the Curtis 11-yard line by Colby Arceneaux. But East St. John's Isiah Francis picked off a Kyle Collura pass four plays later.

East St. John drove from its 24-yard line to the Curtis 39-yard line, where Jabouri made a 56-yard field goal for a 13-6 lead at 4:45.

One play later, East St. John's Kerry Clofer recovered a fumble that led to the clincher by Jabouri from 20 yards with 2:47 to play.

Thiel completed 14 of 21 passes for 231 yards. By contrast, the Patriots passed for 10 yards but rushed for 232. But that movement was offset by three lost fumbles.

“Obviously you're disappointed when you lose, but considering the circumstances (of Hurricane Katrina), this was a typical first game with all the errors,” said Curtis coach J.T. Curtis. “This was a very high intensity game because we have never played them before in the regular season. It is just going to take time for us to jell. But we will.”

*Colby Arceneaux picked off the pass...Thanks to an email sent in, this has been corrected.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

PelicanPreps.com Overall Top 20

#10 Ricky Dixon

Ricky Dixon (Sr, TE/QB) is a senior this year at ESJ. Ricky is absolutely one of my favorite guys on offense. He has the size and speed to create chaos. Ricky has 2 receiving TDs, 1 rushing and also 1 passing TD on the season thus far. I can't wait to watch Ricky playing on Saturday's next year! Good luck Ricky from one of your #1 fans.

#17 Johnnie Thiel

Johnnie Thiel (Jr, QB) is our new QB here at ESJ. He transferred from John Curtis earlier this year. At Curtis, he lead them to a victory last year in the championship game. Johnnie is currently 13 for 19 with 5 passing and 2 rushing TD's, 0 interceptions. Good luck to Johnnie on his first year at ESJ.

#7 Louis Lee


Louis Lee (Sr, WR) has caught 4 passes for 144 yards and 4 TD's. He is one of my favorite receivers to watch out for. Good luck on your senior season Louis!

#22 Johnny Owen


Johnny Owen (Jr, RB) is a transfer from Brother Martin due to Hurricane Katrina. In the two games he has played, he has amassed 204 yards on 10 carries. He has accounted for 2 rushing TD's so far this season. Good luck 22 on your season here at ESJ.

Showdown breakdown: JC vs. ESJ