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THE POST-SIGNAL / D. Sexton
Iota’s Tyrone Charlot hauls in a pass from quarterback Dawson Wallace last week during the Bulldogs’ 34-0 victory over Welsh. Iota will play host to District 6-2A’s Lake Arthur Friday at 7 p.m.

Bulldogs play host to Lake Arthur for Homecoming

For the second week, the Iota Bulldogs will be hosting a team from District 6-2A when the Lake Arthur Tigers come calling on Friday at Bulldogs Stadium.

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Members of the Iota High School Homecoming Court for 2019 include, front from left, Grace Cormier, Cassidy Guidry, Mia Davis, Ryley Crochet, Chloe’ Miller and Amber Boulet; second row from left, Delaney Broussard, Victoria Clay, Calyssa Latiolais and Lindsay Jordan. One will be crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen during halftime of the Iota High - Lake Arthur High football game Friday night.

Iota High Homecoming

Homecoming activities at Iota High School will culminate with the crowning of a new queen during halftime ceremonies of the football game Friday, Sept. 20.

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RAYNE DEFENDERS HALT DRIVE - A number of Rayne High defenders (Will Arceneaux, Jamarcus Monroe and Garrett Louviere) make a stop of an Abbeville runner during Friday’s 19-8 win over the Wildcats. Rayne High will conclude Homecoming Week on Friday during the Homecoming football game when they will host Westlake during the 7 p.m. contest at Wolf Stadium. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Wolves claim 19-8 road win at Abbeville

ABBEVILLE - The Rayne High Wolves were the first to light up the score board Friday evening when they traveled to Abbeville where they met the Wildcats and claim a 19-8 win.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Jason Faul
Notre Dame’s C.J. Thibodeaux runs past a Sulphur defending Friday during the Pios’ 46-7 victory over Sulphur at Rayne High’s Wolf Stadium.

Notre Dame’s Thibodeaux earns Grid Stars’ top billing

The Notre Dame Pios continued their dominance on the football field last Friday with a convincing 46-7 thrashing of Class 5A’s Sulphur Tors at Rayne High’s Wolf Stadium.

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