By Josh Beavers
With two games remaining in the prep football regular season, the Lakeside Warriors are looking to snap a losing skid and move back into the playoffs.
Geauxpreps.com released playoff projections this week indicating who would in and who would be out if the season ended last week. Lakeside (3-4) was on the outside looking in following three consecutive defeats.
The Warriors have a chance to make one more push in their final two games. First up for Lakeside is Friday night’s home game against D’Arbonne Woods.
It’ll be Senior Night at Lakeside as Warrior senior football players and cheerleaders will be recognized. After the pregame honors, the Warriors will try to put an end to the Wolves five-game winning streak.
The school from Farmerville has a 5-2 record and upset sixth ranked Jonesboro last week.
The Warriors unveiled a run-heavy attack last week in their loss at North Caddo. Despite losing by a sizable margin, the Warrior offense showed some positive signs.
Senior Ashton Stewart was joined running the ball by lineman Kris Redden and quarterback CJ Watts. Koby Mangrum and Cooper Chase also registered carries.
The Warriors will hope the new offensive scheme continues to progress at home against the Wolves.