Locals play part in SU’s win over Prairie View

Published 12:00 am Monday, September 27, 1999

MICHAEL KIRAL / L’Observateur / September 27, 1999

LAPLACE – Two former Lutcher Bulldogs contributed in Southern’s 42-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference victory over Prairie View Saturday.

Dan Anderson had two catches for 20 yards in the victory. Bradley Pittmanhad three unassisted tackles, including two behind the line for minus-10 yards, for the Jaguars.

In other college action, East St. John’ Kerry Watkins had a team-high fourcatches for 75 yards in Georgia Tech’s 41-10 victory over Central Florida.

Riverside’s Jimmy Dottolo carried 13 times for 84 yards and a touchdown in Mississippi College’s 38-21 victory over Belhaven Saturday. Dottoloalso had one catch for 12 yards.

Destrehan’s Edward Reed intercepted Penn State’s Rashard Casey in the fourth quarter before the third-ranked Nittany Lions rallied to defeat the eighth-ranked Hurricanes, 27-23.

St. Charles Catholic’s Casey Roussel had one punt for 38 yards in Tulane’s42-28 victory over Army. Roussel also had a punt blocked which theCadets returned for a touchdown.

St. James’ Meldon Barnes had three unassisted tackles and East St. John’sKy Joseph had one tackle and one assist for the Green Wave.

Lutcher’s Allen Stark had one catch for 38 yards in Louisiana Tech’s 29-28 upset of No. 18-ranked Alabama.Destrehan’s Rondell Mealey was held to 23 yards on 12 carries in LSU’s 41-7 loss to Auburn. Mealey suffered a groin pull and hip flexor in thethird quarter and did not return. He returned to practice Wednesday.Destrehan’s Allen Morton had four catches for 18 yards in Nicholls State’s 14-13 loss to Western Illinois, ranked 14th in Division I-AA, at Tad Gormley Stadium. Hahn-ville’s Kendall Joseph had two catches for 19yards for the Colonels.

East St. John’s DeQuincy Scott had three tackles and two assists inSouthern Mississippi’s 20-13 loss to No. 4 Nebraska.

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