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The LC football team bounced back with a win at Bacone, while the men's soccer team battled to an impressive draw Friday and a solid win Saturday. Here's a look at how both teams did:
LC Football 37, Bacone 13
A week after a disappointing 38-32 loss to former ASC rival Texas Lutheran, the Louisiana College Wildcats showed no signs of a big-game hangover, as the Wildcats' "White Shirt" defense forced a season-high five turnovers in a 37-13 win over Bacone College.
Playing the Warriors for the first time since 2009, the Wildcats used a dominant defensive and special teams effort to jump out to a 16-0 lead at the half.
After an Ira Jewitt interception gave LC the ball at the Warrior 30-yard line, the Wildcats drove the ball 30 yards in 2:57 for their first score of the game on a one yard touchdown plunge by sophomore running back Aurren Cooksey.
After shutting down Bacone's offense on their ensuing possession, the Wildcats came up with another big play, this one via a blocked punt by senior defensive back Shaq Lewis that was recovered by Lecorey Demease at the Warrior 21-yard line.
That set up an Adan Olivares for a 21-yard field goal that gave LC a 10-0 lead after the 1st quarter.
The Wildcats' special teams would make two more big plays before the… »»» read more
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