Separated by the river, the entire community comes out to watch Hahnville and Destrehan battle it out on the gridiron.
Hahnville’s scholarship winner is Nicholas Steven Corzo, son of Maggie and Louie Corzo. Nick is a two-year letterman on the varsity football team and a three-year letterman in wrestling. He is also a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Beta Club, Student Council, Boys State, and more. He plans to pursue a degree in biology at Tulane University.
The winner from Destrehan is Dustin Trahan, a two-year letterman for Wildcats football. Dustin is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Destrehan Honors Society, and the LHSAA 5A Football All-Academic Team. The son of Blake and Francis Trahan, Dustin plans to major in psychology at University of New Orleans, Nicholls, or LSU.
Kentrell Lockett Jr.
Kentrell played in the rivalry from 2002-2006. He was a three-year starter at defensive end for Hahnville, named for two years to the All District team. Kentrell is now a senior at Ole Miss, playing defensive end. Kentrell’s parents and brother accepted the award on his behalf.
Fred played in the Destrehan-Hahnville rivalry all four years of his high school career. Fred had many memorable moments against Hahnville, but none more special than the exciting 28-27 come-from-behind victory during his junior year. In that game, Fred caught three second-half touchdown passes. The first was an electrifying 75-yard catch and run, the second an acrobatic 30-yard catch, and finally an 80-yard game-winner coming with less than two minutes to play in the game. Fred went on to play for Tulane before returning to coach and teach for a season at his high school Alma Mater.