GRR: Jesuit New Orleans
New Orleans Jesuit continued on their way with yet another impressive showing, but perhaps a showing that was closer than the score might indicate.
The Blue Jays scored two late tries to pull away from a tenacious Brother Martin, winning 35-19 in a game that was 21-19 until the closing segment.
In a lightning shortened game on Friday, Strake Jesuit beat hosts Brother Martin 10-7 on Strakes quick tour of Louisiana.
Strake was leading by that slim three-point margin when lightning approached 18 minutes into the second half.
Strake Jesuit landed a solid result in Texas with a 26-5 defeat of Cy Fair.
Senior Inside center Jake Foster scored three tries in the game and senior flyhalf Marc Arsham had an excellent game kicking for touch, getting his side on the front foot, and kicking from the tee (3-for-4 on conversions).
New Orleans Jesuit opened their Louisiana Rugby season with an emphatic 53-14 defeat of defending state champs Brother Martin.
Coming off a 47-12 win over Dallas Jesuit, New Orleans back up that result with a strong showing against Brother Martin.
New Orleans Jesuit put down quite the marker over the weekend, beating Dallas Jesuit in Texas.
Dallas was blooding some new talent but had experience and would have been expecting to put in a closer effort in this game, of not a win. The Rangers got tries from Jodan Mason and Neil Lancaster but New Orleans won big 47-10.