Louisiana high school football’s canceled and newly-scheduled games entering Week 2

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The focus of the few area games to be played this weekend will be north of Lake Ponchartrain with six games set to be played.

On Friday night, Covington will travel to Franklin to renew a good rivalry while Dunham plays at Mandeville in a newly schedule contest.

In East St. Tammany Parish, it will be the battle of Slidell as Northshore plays at Salmen while Pope John Paul II plays at Pearl River. Also, Northlake Christian will entertain Westminster Christian in a newly scheduled contest.

In Washington Parish, Bogalusa, coming off of a thrilling win over Franklinton, will host Pine.

Four other north shore teams will be in action on the road.

St. Paul’s treks to Zachary while a pair of Livingston Parish teams will travel as well as Springfield plays at Broadmoor and Albany will face St. Michael at Walker High. Varnado of Washington Parish travels to Slaughter Community Charter.

One local game is still pending as Landry and Archbishop Shaw are still talking about possibly playing their scheduled game Friday night at Joe Zimmerman Stadium.

Here is the full list of canceled games in Louisiana for this weekend, along with the list of newly scheduled games:

Canceled games:

Abramson Sci Academy at East Jefferson
Archbishop Rummel at Ruston
Ben Franklin at Ascension Christian
Booker T. Washington at St. Amant
Breaux Bridge at Catholic-New Iberia (BBHS forfeit due to COVID)
Brother Martin at West Monroe
Carver at Helen Cox
Central Catholic at Abbeville
Central Lafourche at Vandebilt Catholic
Chalmette at Lakeshore
Country Day at Ascension Catholic
Douglass at Higgins
Dunham at Hammond
East St. John at Plaquemine
E.D. White Catholic at Archbishop Hannan
Episcopal at St. Thomas Aquinas
Fisher at St. Martin’s Episcopal
Haynes Academy at Grace King
H.L. Bourgeois at Ponchatoula
Holy Cross at De La Salle
Houma Christian at Pope John Paul II
Jefferson Rise at Sophie B. Wright
John Curtis Christian vs. Oxford, MS
John Ehret at Zachary
John F. Kennedy at West Jefferson
Kenner Discovery at Bonnabel
Landry at Archbishop Shaw
Livingston Collegiate at Independence
Loranger at Amite
Lusher Charter at Rosenwald Collegiate
Lutcher at St. Charles Catholic
McDonogh #35 at South Terrebonne
McMain at Assumption
M.L. King Charter at Cohen
Newman at Riverside Academy
Slidell at Harrison Central (MS)
South Lafourche at Thibodaux
South Plaquemines at East Feliciana
St. Augustine at Karr
St. Helena at West Harrison (MS)
St. Paul’s at Jesuit
Sulphur at Notre Dame (SHS forfeit due to COVID)
Thrive Academy at Centerville
Terrebonne at Ellender
Walker at Fontainebleau
Westminster Christian at Covenant Christian
West St. John at St. James

Newly-scheduled games:

Assumption at Plaquemine, Friday at 7 p.m.
Captain Shreve vs. Leesville, Saturday at 7 p.m. at Independence Stadium) Battle on the Border)
Centerville vs. Ascension Christian, Thursday at 7 p.m.
Dunham at Mandeville, Friday at 7 p.m.
Episcopal at East Feliciana, Friday at 7 p.m.
Pope John Paul II at Pearl River
Ruston vs. Oxford, MS, Saturday at 3 p.m. at Independence Stadium (Battle on the Border)
Slidell at Lakeshore, Saturday at 7 p.m.
St. James at Archbishop Shaw, Saturday at 2 p.m.
St. Paul’s at Zachary, Friday at 7 p.m.
Walker vs. St. Amant, Saturday at 6 p.m. at Dutchtown
Westminster Christian at Northlake Christian, Friday at 7 p.m.
Woodlawn (BR) at University Lab, Friday at 7 p.m.

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