The Hahnville vs. Destrehan game is one of the toughest and most talked about games in Louisiana. These teams have played one another for years with this being the last game in the regular season. Both teams were looking for a share of the District Championship and also make it to the playoffs. This is one mean and tough Rivalry game between the two schools. The Hahnville Tigers hosted the Destrehan Wildcats tonight in the “Battle on the River” in Destrehan, Louisiana. Hahnville won last season’s battle, 34-3, to extend its winning streak in the series to 3 games. This series is one of the most passionate and thrilling rivalries in Louisiana, dating back to 1946. Destrehan leads the all-time series in wins 30-19-2. This year the rivalry game made history, having the highest scoring game with a combined total of 82 points with both teams going into overtime thriller with a 41-41 score and lasting 4 hours.


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David Sampson


David is a 2-year letterman on the varsity football team and an honor student. He was nominated for student of the year and is also a member of National Honor Society. After high school, David intends to attend LSU and pursue a career in Chemical Engineering. Presenting the award is Marine Sergeant Townsend… Congratulations David!!
Eddie Brooks


Eddie is a 4.0 student and is student body president. Eddie is back playing at Hahnville after sitting out the last two years for a total knee reconstruction surgery on all 4 ligaments. Eddie is happy to be back on the field and hasn’t missed a game since. Presenting the award is Marine Sergeant Earls… Congratulations, Eddie!!


Darryl Richard


Darryl played in this rivalry game for 3 years. Darryl was selected to the Army All American game, All Star Defensive Tackle, Academic All State and was the Destrehan valedictorian. At Georgia Tech, Darryl was All Conference and an Academic All American, there he earned his MBA. Darryl was drafted by the New England Patriots and now serves as the Budget Coordinator for Energy New Orleans and Louisiana.
Ryan Keys


Ryan was a member of the Hahnville Football team and played in this rivalry game. He was the most decorative defensive in Hahnville history and was part of the Global Junior Championship game where he was MVP. Ryan was state 5A defensive player of the year and 2-time all district.


Destrehan comes out strong scoring the first touchdown with only minutes in. Hahnville now has the ball but then fumbles leading Destrehan to grab the ball and shoot it down the field scoring another touchdown. Second quarter, Hahnville managed to cut into the Destrehan lead with a 43-yard field goal, but Destrehan came right back with another score. The Wildcats faked a punt picking up five yards for a first down which eventually led to a 20-yard touchdown run to give the Wildcats the lead for the half with the Tigers trailing 27-13 at the half. Second half gets underway with the Tigers and the Wildcats rushing the field, this game is not over yet and won't be over easily. Hahnville scores a 17-yard touchdown bringing the score to 27-20, Destrehan. The Wildcats answer back immediately bringing the game back to a tie. Both teams continued to score back to back and running out the clock, with a 41-41 tie game, the final seconds run out of the clock taking this game into overtime. In the final moments of the game in overtime Destrehan kicks a field goal and it is good. Now it’s the Hahnville Tigers turn and they decide to go for the big win- running the ball, and Hahnville scores!! This game is over with a final score, 47-44 in an awesome overtime.