Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Roster (Starters)

OFFENSE

TE Ricky Dixon (6-2, 210, Sr.)
SE Louis Lee (5-10, 175, Sr.)
WR Roy James (6-0, 175, Sr.)
LT Rayford Green (6-0, 260, Sr.)
LG Corwin Ellis (5-10, 220, Sr.)
C Van Small (5-8, 200, Jr.)
RG Josh Millett (5-9, 280, Sr.)
DeQuincy Stembley (6-4, 205, Jr.)
QB Johnny Thiel (5-10, 180, Jr.)
TB Stanley Jackson (5-10, 175, Sr.)
FB Joshuelle Tuesno (5-10, 185, Jr.)

DEFENSE

DE Antoine Fisher (5-10, 225, Sr.)
DE Patrick Compton (6-0, 275, Sr.)
DT Brandon Ross (6-1, 305, So.)
NG Eljerome Bourgeouis (5-8, 220, Sr.)
WLB Josh Woodard (6-2, 210, Sr.)
MLB Kalon Collins (6-0, 210, Sr.)
WLB Stefoine Francois (6-2, 210, Jr.)
CB Kerry Clofer (5-10, 180, Jr.)
CB Lacardo Joseph (5-10, 175, Sr.)
S Derek Parker (5-0, 180, Jr.)
S Dwayne Francis (5-10, 165, Jr.)

*revised due to Jamarr leaving

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Fans...

Joe Keller Memorial Stadium
Reserve, LA

ESJ ranked #1 by Pelican Preps

1. East St. John High School
2. West Monroe
3. Destrehan
4. Acadiana
5. Hahnville
6. Slidell
7. John Ehret
8. St. Paul's
9. Brother Martin
10. Terrebonne

Friday, August 19, 2005

ESJ vs Hammond Scrimmage

August 18th

After watching ESJ scrimmage offense vs defense at home during the summer, I knew the defense had improved drastically. Talent has always been there, but the dicipline just didn't show up on the field. It's amazing to see the difference on that field today. The River Parish area has always been known to produce some of the greatest athletes in the state. This year, crossing fingers, I believe the 5A state title will come from right here in St. John parish.

East St. John's football team played their first scrimmage against an opposing team on August 18th. That team just happened to be Hammond High. I wasn't able to attend the game due to work, but I hear the team played very well. After seeing the score, I wouldn't even consider thinking otherwise. Johnnie Theil threw for 6 TD's and ran for 2. The first team offense scored 9 TD's. The 7 points scored by Hammond was against the second string defense. East St. John came out the winner with the final score being 83-7. That score blows me away! It's not only mind blowing that we scored 83 points, but the fact that our defense held the opposing team to 7 points is amazing! I'm looking forward to the season and wish everyone good luck.

What to look for this season

Here is a list of things I'd like to do on this site for this season...
  • Weekly stats
  • Photo albums for each game
  • Highlight a senior or two each week

I would love to get feedback from you all along with any information you would like to share by replying in the comments area under each post. I plan to allow comments on each individual game posting which will serve as somewhat of a forum. All profane or just plain idiotic comments WILL BE DELETED.

Good luck to all players this year and I hope you all like what I'm doing for the school, sport and team that I love.