Soccer: Brother Martin blanks Destrehan, Fontainebleau and Ben Franklin play to a draw
Area Prep Soccer Report for Sunday, Jan. 10
Brother Martin went on the road and handled Destrehan 6-0 in impressive fashion Saturday in a District 6-1 contest Saturday.
The Crusaders scored three goals in each half in a dominating performance.
Ali Cavdar, Parker Damare, Aiden Devall, William Staples and Evan Starring each scored a goal for the Crusaders.
Brother Martin (8-5-1, 4-0) returns to action Tuesday, hosting Newman at 3:30 p.m. at Farley Field while Destrehan (4-8-4, 0-1) returns to district play, hosting top-ranked and unbeaten Jesuit on Tuesday.
Fontainebleau is an improving team.
Ranked 19th in the most recent LHSAA Division I power rankings in Division I, the Bulldogs played Ben Franklin to a 1-1 tie at home Saturday.
The Bulldogs got their goal from George Gonzales on an assist from Tyler Miller.
The Falcons, ranked fourth in the most recent Division II power rankings, had beaten Fontainebleau 4-0 on Dec. 19.
Fontainebleau (7-5-6) return to action at Pearl River Monday at 5 p.m. while Ben Franklin (9-2-3) will host Bonnabel Monday at 7 p.m.
Area Prep Soccer Results from Saturday, Jan. 9
Ben Franklin 1, Fontainebleau 1
Brother Martin 6, Destrehan 0
Catholic (BR) 3, West Jefferson 1
Hahnville 2, South Lafourche 0
Holy Cross 4, Southside 0
Holy Cross 1, West Jefferson 0
Houma Christian 7, Riverside Academy 0
Jesuit 4, Ocean Springs (MS) 0
New Orleans Military & Maritime 5, John Ehret 3
New Orleans Military & Maritime 3, Karr 1
Pope John Paul II 3, Belle Chasse 0
Pope John Paul II 3, Newman 2
Dominican 2, Loyola Prep 0
Dominican 3, St. Thomas More 0
Mandeville 3, Alexandria 0
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