John Ehret celebrates Homecoming with 67-0 win over Bonnabel

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HARVEY, La. – It was expected to be a one-sided game and the home team did not disappoint.

Terrell Brown and Travis Mumphrey each rushed for two first half touchdowns as John Ehret scored early and often, celebrating Homecoming with a 67-0 rout of Bonnabel at Hoss Memtsas Stadium in District 8-5A play Thursday night in a game heard live on WRBH, 88.3 FM.

Mumphrey added a touchdown pass. He completed 11-of-15 passes for 151 yards and a touchdown and rushed six times for 43 yards and two scores. Jacolby Windmon ran for a touchdown and passed for a score while Damond Leonard added a pair of touchdown runs in the second half.

Against a badly overmatched Bruins squad, the Patriots did not need help but they got plenty of it, with their average starting field position being the Bonnabel 36-yard line. The Bruins committed three turnovers and had numerous busts in their kicking game. Bonnabel was also penalized 10 times for 66 yards.

The Patriots jumped on top immediately, taking advantage of a botched punt attempt. Ehret drove 22 yards on four plays as Travis Mumphrey scored on a 14-yard run to make it 7-0 with 8:11 to play in the first quarter.

Jerrae Williams then picked off a Kendrick Eugene pass to set up a six-yard touchdown run by Terrell Brown to make it 13-0 with 6:16 to play in the opening quarter.

The Patriots got another short field and took advantage, going 21 yards in two plays with Brown scoring on a 21-yard touchdown run to make it 19-0 with 3:25 to play in the quarter.

Ehret continued to dominate in the second quarter, taking advantage of another short field with a 38-yard drive in three plays with Jormaine Coleman scoring on a three-yard run to make it 27-0 with 11:10 to play in the half.

The Patriots finished off the first half scoring, driving 60 yards in eight plays with Travis Mumphrey scoring on a 41-yard run to make it 34-0 at the half after a two-point conversion.

The second half was more of the same.

Ehret took the second half kickoff and drove 50 yards in six plays with Mumphrey connecting with Lorinzo Penn on a 20-yard touchdown pass to make it 40-0 with 9:05 to play in the quarter. Pinn and Jamaal Houston did not play in the first half but started the second half at wide receiver for the Patriots.

Lucien Babino then trapped Bonnabel quarterback Eugene Williams in the end zone for a safety. Williams tried to get a pass off but it went sideways and Ehret led 42-0.

Deron Coleman returned the ensuing kickoff 55 yards to the Bonnabel two-yard line and Jacolby Windmon scored one play later to make it 48-0 before Damond Leonard scored on a two-yard run and it was 55-0 Ehret after three quarters.

It was a running time clock n the final quarter, which went quickly. Windmon took over at quarterback for the Patriots and he connected with Jordan Pickney on a five-yard touchdown pass to make it 61-0 before Leonard moved to quarterback and scored on a 17-yard touchdown pass on the final play of the game to account for the final score.

Bonnabel was shutout for the fourth time this season. The Bruins had just two first downs, none in the second half and totaled just 14 yards of offense. Rashawn Jones had six catches for 90 yards for the Patriots while Brown rushed 11 times for 80 yards and two touchdowns.

The Patriots (4-2, 3-0) face a showdown, most likely for the district title next Friday night against Landry-Walker at Hoss Memtsas Stadium while Bonnabel (0-6, 0-3) hosts West Jefferson next Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. at Joe Yenni.

“We have to play these games one at a time and it was important to focus on the task at hand and not to look ahead to Landry-Walker,” said John Ehret head coach Del Lee-Collins. “It would have been easy to look ahead but we were able to take care of business. I was pleased with the shutout. We are seeking more consistency on defense.”

John Ehret 19 15 21 12 67
Bonnabel 0 0 0 0 0

1st Qtr.

JE—Travis Mumphrey, 14 yard run (Esdras Quinones kick) 7-0
JE—Terrell Brown, 1 yard run (point failed) 13-0
JE—Terrell Brown, 21 yard run (kick blocked) 19-0

2nd Qtr.
JE—Jormaine Coleman, 3 yard run (Terrell Brown run) 27-0
JE—Travis Mumphrey, 41 yard run (Esdras Quinones kick) 34-0

3rd Qtr.
JE—Lorinzo Pinn, 20-yard pass from Travis Mumphrey (point failed) 40-0
JE—Lucien Babino sacked Eugene Williams for safety 42-0
JE—Jacolby Windmon, 2-yard run (point failed) 48-0
JE—Damond Leonard, 2-yard run (point failed) 55-0

4th Qtr.
JE—Jordan Pickney, 5-yard pass from Jacolby Windmon (point failed) 61-0
JE—Damond Leonard, 17-yard run (point failed) 67-0

First Downs
JE—17, BON 2

JE 3 for 30 yards, BON 10 for 66 yards

JE 4, BON 2

JE 1, BON 3

Rushing Yards
JE 226, BON 7

Passing Yards
JE 161, BON 7

Total Yards
JE 387, BON 14

Louisiana Prep Football Schedule for Thursday, Oct. 5

New Orleans Area

John Ehret 67, Bonnabel 0

Helen Cox 41, McMain 0

Riverdale 42, Fisher 0

Hahnville 49, Pearl River 7

Salmen 34, Franklinton 33

Fontainebleau 12, Hammond 7

Karr 35, McDonogh 35 20

Mandeville 28, Northshore 21

Independence 41, Northlake Christian 7

Loranger 41, Port Allen 0

Riverdale 42, Fisher 0

Slidell 28, Ponchatoula 14

Vandebilt Catholic 41, Ellender 35

Around the state

Byrd 43, Southwood 13

Cecilia 45, Opelousas 21

Episcopal 56, The Church Academy 12

Gueydan 42, Centerville 33

Welsh 21, Jennings 13

Leesville 42, Buckeye 7

McKinley 28, Broadmoor 6

St. Mary’s 56, Montgomery 6

South Terrebonne 34, Morgan City 20

East Beauregard 30, Oakdale 13

Cedar Creek 42, Ouachita Christian 18

Pine Prairie 42, Mamou 8

Loranger 41, Port Allen 0

Woodlawn (BR) 38, St. Michael 7

Lake Arthur 21, Ville Platte 20

DeRidder 34, West Ouachita 23

Catholic (NI) 73, West St. Mary 6

Haynesville 22, Green Oaks 16

Lake Charles College Prep 31, South Beauregard 10

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