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THE POST-SIGNAL / Josh Dugar
Crowley High’s Obadiah Butler hits the edge on a sweep during the Gents’ 62-38 victory over the Marksville Tigers Friday evening. Butler had a season-best 349 yards and five touchdowns on 20 carries in the victory.

Butler’s big night propels Crowley past Marksville

Admittedly, Crowley High running back Obadiah Butler hadn’t been himself over the first four games of the regular season.

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Rayne High defenders make a tackle during the Wolves' home contest held Friday at Wolf Stadium against Dutchtown High of Baton Rouge. (Photo Courtesy/Donnie Venable)

Dutchtown uses strong second half to upend Rayne Wolves

RAYNE - In a long, hard-fought football contest Friday that even included a visit from Mother Nature for a 30-minute delay, the Rayne High Wolves hosted 5-A powerhouse Dutchtown High of Baton Rouge

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