The Brusly Panthers will be back at home this Friday against the Vandebilt Catholic Terriers.
Laury Dupont is leading the Terriers again this season after a successful 11-2 record last year. Vandebilt Catholic is currently sporting a record of 4-2 while Brusly is 2-4.
Much like the Panthers, the Terriers have been facing some tough competitors including Thibodaux, St. James, Patterson, and Brother Martin.
Panthers’ Head Coach Erik Willis foresees another challenge ahead for his team in Vandebilt.
“They’re very well coached and have only had two losses playing a tough schedule,” said Willis. “It’s going to be a tough task, but we’ll step up to the challenge.”
“I’m excited about the game, and ready to play some football,” said Willis.