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Wednesday, November 21
West Monroe 24 Acadiana 0

Tuesday, November 13
West Monroe played a great game considering what they had to over come. This game almost lasted 3 hours
for 2 teams that did not pass the ball.
The officials did what they could to keep this game close, but the Rebels survived the opening round!
The Rebels had over 300 yard of offense, 271 on the ground and 98 by air. Jim Bennett scored on a long run
to get the Rebels going. Xavier Woods had a 54 yard reception from Michael Mims for a TD.
Steven Jones also had a long run for a TD.
The DeFense scored on a interception by Dylan Burdeaux! Dylan also had a 63 yard punt! averaged 48 yards a punt.
Zach Alexander had a 38 yard FG to completed the scoring. The Rebels did have 2 scores called back!
Way to go Rebs!


Sunday, November 4
West Monroe 48 Natchitoches Central 14

Sunday, October 21
West Monroe 35 Ruston 0
West Monroe wins on the road to make them 3-0 in District play! Michael Mims and Stephen Jones played
some tonight, but Kolby Lee took alot of snaps.
Michael Mims had 2 TD's rushing, Jim Bennett, Segrick Williams and Lushawn Ware had 1 TD.
The Rebels played 4 different QB's on the night and had over 300 yards rushing.
The DeFense recorded a shutout for the first time this year!
Way to go Rebs!


Sunday, October 14
West Monroe 35 Ouachita 7
West Monroe totally dominated this game! The offense and DeFense played as a complete unit.
Michael Mims had 110 yards rushing, 1 TD and passed for another TD to Logan Murry.
 Steven Jones had 136 yards rushing and 3 TD's. No turnovers tonight!
The DeFense shut Ouachita down except for the long passes to Cameron Sims who had 8 receptions for
163 yards.
Way to Go Rebs!


Saturday, October 6
West Monroe 56 Pineville 7

Sunday, September 30
West Monroe 49 Carroll 6

Thursday, September 27
West Monroe 20 Bastrop 14

The tale of 2 halfs! West Monroe totally dominated Bastrop in the 1st half. West Monroe's DeFense held

Bastrop to one 1st down in the first half. Steven Jones had 2 TD's and Michael Mims had 1 TD.

That was all of the scoring for West Monroe on the night as the score was 20-0 at the half.

Our DeFense only gave up 1 TD to a team that was averaging 45 points per game. Not bad!

Bastrop's QB was averaging over 300 yards of offense per game and we held him to less than 200.

The Rebels only had the ball 2 possessions the entire 2nd half. The TOP in the 3rd qt for

the Rebels was 1:58. It was not better in the 4th, but the Rebels hold on for the win!

Like Coach Arledge has always said, you can't do better than win!

Way to go Rebs!



Wednesday, September 26
Previous Season Scores

Byrd 30 West Monroe 23

West Monroe 37 Calvary 0

Madison Central 14 West Monroe 13

West Monroe 49 Bastrop 14

West Monroe 47 Carroll 7

West Monroe 55 Pineville 10

West Monroe 17 Ouachita 14

West Monroe 38 Ruston 21

West Monroe 21 Coaco 6

West Monroe 42 Natchitoches Central 21

Playoffs

West Monroe 44 Hahnville 14

West Monroe 51 Haughton 19

West Monroe 21 Barbe 12

West Monroe 26 Mandeville 14

State Championship

West Monroe 20 Carencro 13



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Sunday, September 16
West Monroe 56 Madison Central 28




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Calvary 40 West Monroe 29

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Best of the best

Using its final high school football rankings from 1982 to 2003, USA TODAY identified the nation's top 25 programs (actually the top 26 because of a tie at No. 25) over that 22-year span. Schools were awarded 25 points for a first-place season finish, 24 points for a second-place finish and so on:
Rank/school         Times ranked         Highest finish(es)
1. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle         14         1 (1998, 2000, 2001, '02, '03)
2. Valdosta (Ga.)         7         1 (1984)
3. Cleveland St. Ignatius         8         1 (1989, '93)
4. Central Bucks (Doylestown, Pa.) West         8         3 (1991)
5. Berwick (Pa.)         6         1 (1983, '92, '95)
6. Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei         5         1 (1994, '96)
7. Long Beach Poly         5         2 (1997, 2000)
8. Union (N.J.)         6         4 (1991)
9. East St. Louis (Ill.)         5         1 (1985)
10. Evangel Christian (Shreveport, La.)         6         2 (1999)
11. Odessa (Texas) Permian         4         2 (1989, '91)
12. Cincinnati Moeller         4         1 (1982)
13. New Lenox (Ill.) Providence Catholic         5         8 (2001)
14. Farmington (Mich.) Harrison         6         5 (2001)
15. Indianapolis Ben Davis         4         4 (1988, 2001)
16. Chicago Mount Carmel         4         6 (1988, '96)
17. Jenks (Okla.)         4         2 (2001)
18. Pittsburgh North Hills         4         1 (1987)
19. Hampton (Va.)         4         2 (1996)
20. Brockton (Mass.)         4         5 (1987)
21. Charlotte Independence         3         3 (2002)
22. Richmond County (N.C.)         4         5 (1989)
23. West Monroe (La.)         4         5 (2000)
24. Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic         4         9 (1998)
25. DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.)         5         6 (1986)
25. Midland (Texas) Lee         3         1 (1999)
The next 10: 27. Honolulu St. Louis; 28. Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy; 29. Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst; 30. Louisville Trinity; 31. Pensacola (Fla.) Woodham; 32. Jefferson City (Mo.); 33. Athens (Ga.) Clarke Central; 34. Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional; 35. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic; 36. Katy (Texas).


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West Monroe 42  Thibodaux 7

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West Monroe 51  Huntington 14

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West Monroe 49 Byrd 7
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West Monroe vs Ouachita Recap

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West Monroe vs Airline

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Monday, October 22
West Monroe vs Ruston Game Recap

West Monroe 35  Ruston 6

West Monroe scored on the first play from scrimmage with a screen pass from Shelby Aulds to D.J. Banks and Banks connecting with LaDarius Abrams for a 57 yard TD.

Again the Rebels roll with outstanding DeFense holding Ruston to 2 field goals. The DeFense stayed on the field for 30:48 out of a 48:00 minute game.

The Rebels scored again on DeFense with a 27 interception by Caleb Clowers.

For the 2nd week in a row Mychael Manning had a td reception from Shelby Aulds that went for 64 yards.

 

The DeFense was lead by Barkavious Mingo with 15 tackles and 2 sacks -19 . Zach Kirksey had 5 tackles, a TFL -4 and a fumble recovery. Blake Brassel had 13 tackles and a Sac -4, Justin Brodnax had 13 tackles, a TFL -1 and a PBU, Robert Lay had 11 tackles, 2 TFL-3, caused a fumble and a PBU, Isiah Wiley had 8 tackles and 2 PBU. 

 



Sunday, September 21
WEEK 1 WEST MONROE 28 LEESVILLE 7

Sunday, September 21
WEEK 2 WEST MONROE 43 HUNTINGTON 0

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 17 Byrd 7

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 20 Ouachita 19

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 40 Airline 0

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 63 Southwood 14

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 31 Ruston 8

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 42 Natchitoches Central 7

Tuesday, November 11
West Monroe 38 Captain Shreve 20

Thursday, July 9
2008 Archieves
Congratulations to West Monroe's All State Players                           

DeFensive MVP Barkevious Mingo

Athelete D.J. Banks

Offensive Line Daniel Pipes

DeFensive Jordan Allen

 Honorable Mention:
Dillon Day
Kolt Sistrunk
Ladarious Abrams
Robert Lay
Jonas Tyson

                                          All-NELA Team 

Coach of the Year Charlie Brown Award Don Shows

DeFensive Toby Caston Award Barkevious Mingo

Athelete D.J. Banks

Specialist Samer Mahgoub Punter 43.1 yards average Long 72 yard punt

OL Daniel Pipes

RB LaDarius Abrams 1,324 yards 16 tds.

DL Jordan Allen 60 tackles 9 TFL 4 Fumbles Forced 7 Fumble Returns

DB Jonas Tyson 5 Interceptions 47 tackles

                                    Destrehan 14 West Monroe 3

                                     LA 5A State  Championship

Congratulations to all of the Rebel players, coaches and staff for an outstanding

season! You gave it your all and what a year we had. I am so proud that

you played with class and did everything that you could do to win.

We'll be back and we have a great future at West Monroe.

   

     
   

                                    West Monroe 47  Barbe 12

West Monroe totally dominated Barbe in a game where the Rebels continued

to grow as a team. D.J. Banks had 3 TD's and 127 yards on 18 carries.

LaDarius Abrams had 89 yards on 16 carries and 2 TD's.

Paul Turner had 3 carries for 70 yards and a TD.

D.J. also had 5 pass completions for 89 yards and a TD pass to

Taylor Underwood.

The DeFense held Barbe in check most of the night.

Barbe had 56 yards rushing and 234 yards passing.

On to the Dome Rebels!

                                 West Monroe 37  Ouachita 16 

The Rebels came out and scored early and never looked back. The Rebels

fell behind early with a safety, but they got the ball back and drove the

field and kicked a field goal to take a 3-2 lead.

The Rebels then scored 21 unanswered points to go in at the half 24-2.

Ouachita came back in the 2nd half to close the gap to 24-16 before

the Rebels took control again on a 79 td run by D.J. Banks. Banks had 104 yards

and 2 td's on the night.

LaDarius Abrams had 134 yards and 2 td's on 21 carries.

The Rebel's DeFense blocked a punt and Jordan Allen recovered it for

a td. Jonas Tyson had 2 picks for the Rebels.

                              

                             West Monroe 41  St. Thomas More 28

West Monroe came out flat and fell behind 21-0 and it did not look good for the

#1 seed in the first half. West Monroe's LaDarius Abrams then scored to make it 21-6

 and looked to have a little momentum. The DeFense held and Eric Talton scores

to make it 21-13. St. Thomas More then took it all the way again making it

28-13. On the kickoff by St. Thomas More, Carl Turner took the ball around the

2 yard line and took it 98 yards for a td. West Monroe made the 2 ponit

conversion and went at the half only down 28-21.

The 2nd half was a different story. West Monroe's DeFense held St. Thomas More

scoreless and the Rebels had new life. Barkevious Mingo blocked a punt and

then recovered it and ran it in for a td tieing the score 28-28.

West Monroe held again and D.J. Banks scored making it 35-28.

Again the DeFense held and West Monroe took the ball and score on a run by

LaDarius Abrams making the final 41-28. LaDarius had 227 yards on 17 carries.

All I can say is wow! What a game! If you missed this game, you missed a

heck of a ballgame.

I want to thank David Pearson, the softball coach and Director of Technolgy

at St. Thomas More for the great experience that we had at St Thomas More.

David made sure that our crew had plenty to eat and that we had everything that we

needed for the radio broadcast and internet feeds. You are a great person and

an asset to St. Thomas More. This is probably the best experience that I have ever

had at an opposing team's place in my 30 years of doing high school football and I

have been just about everywhere!

                              West Monroe 56  Scotlandville 34

West Monroe scored anytime they wanted and led at the half 42-0.
The  subs came in and could not hold onto the ball and Scotlandville
was able to score several td's by the offensive misques.
The Rebels starting DeFense did not give up any points, but you have to
let the other players play in a game like this.
LaDarius Abrams had 124 yards on 20 carries and 2 td's.
D.J. Banks had 69 yards on 9 carries and a td and passed for
135 yards and a td.
Total yards rushing 266, passing 135 and 407 yards of offense.
Tyler Cain had a 70 yard punt return for a td and 3 receptions for
71 yards and a td.

Go Rebs! 

West Monroe's Mingo to play in 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl

   


Congratulations to West Monroe's All State Players                           

DeFensive MVP Barkevious Mingo

Athelete D.J. Banks

Offensive Line Daniel Pipes

DeFensive Jordan Allen

 Honorable Mention:
Dillon Day
Kolt Sistrunk
Ladarious Abrams
Robert Lay
Jonas Tyson

                                          All-NELA Team 

Coach of the Year Charlie Brown Award Don Shows

DeFensive Toby Caston Award Barkevious Mingo

Athelete D.J. Banks

Specialist Samer Mahgoub Punter 43.1 yards average Long 72 yard punt

OL Daniel Pipes

RB LaDarius Abrams 1,324 yards 16 tds.

DL Jordan Allen 60 tackles 9 TFL 4 Fumbles Forced 7 Fumble Returns

DB Jonas Tyson 5 Interceptions 47 tackles

                                    Destrehan 14 West Monroe 3

                                     LA 5A State  Championship

Congratulations to all of the Rebel players, coaches and staff for an outstanding

season! You gave it your all and what a year we had. I am so proud that

you played with class and did everything that you could do to win.

We'll be back and we have a great future at West Monroe.

   

     
   

                                    West Monroe 47  Barbe 12

West Monroe totally dominated Barbe in a game where the Rebels continued

to grow as a team. D.J. Banks had 3 TD's and 127 yards on 18 carries.

LaDarius Abrams had 89 yards on 16 carries and 2 TD's.

Paul Turner had 3 carries for 70 yards and a TD.

D.J. also had 5 pass completions for 89 yards and a TD pass to

Taylor Underwood.

The DeFense held Barbe in check most of the night.

Barbe had 56 yards rushing and 234 yards passing.

On to the Dome Rebels!

                                 West Monroe 37  Ouachita 16 

The Rebels came out and scored early and never looked back. The Rebels

fell behind early with a safety, but they got the ball back and drove the

field and kicked a field goal to take a 3-2 lead.

The Rebels then scored 21 unanswered points to go in at the half 24-2.

Ouachita came back in the 2nd half to close the gap to 24-16 before

the Rebels took control again on a 79 td run by D.J. Banks. Banks had 104 yards

and 2 td's on the night.

LaDarius Abrams had 134 yards and 2 td's on 21 carries.

The Rebel's DeFense blocked a punt and Jordan Allen recovered it for

a td. Jonas Tyson had 2 picks for the Rebels.

                              

                             West Monroe 41  St. Thomas More 28

West Monroe came out flat and fell behind 21-0 and it did not look good for the

#1 seed in the first half. West Monroe's LaDarius Abrams then scored to make it 21-6

 and looked to have a little momentum. The DeFense held and Eric Talton scores

to make it 21-13. St. Thomas More then took it all the way again making it

28-13. On the kickoff by St. Thomas More, Carl Turner took the ball around the

2 yard line and took it 98 yards for a td. West Monroe made the 2 ponit

conversion and went at the half only down 28-21.

The 2nd half was a different story. West Monroe's DeFense held St. Thomas More

scoreless and the Rebels had new life. Barkevious Mingo blocked a punt and

then recovered it and ran it in for a td tieing the score 28-28.

West Monroe held again and D.J. Banks scored making it 35-28.

Again the DeFense held and West Monroe took the ball and score on a run by

LaDarius Abrams making the final 41-28. LaDarius had 227 yards on 17 carries.

All I can say is wow! What a game! If you missed this game, you missed a

heck of a ballgame.

I want to thank David Pearson, the softball coach and Director of Technolgy

at St. Thomas More for the great experience that we had at St Thomas More.

David made sure that our crew had plenty to eat and that we had everything that we

needed for the radio broadcast and internet feeds. You are a great person and

an asset to St. Thomas More. This is probably the best experience that I have ever

had at an opposing team's place in my 30 years of doing high school football and I

have been just about everywhere!

                              West Monroe 56  Scotlandville 34

West Monroe scored anytime they wanted and led at the half 42-0.
The  subs came in and could not hold onto the ball and Scotlandville
was able to score several td's by the offensive misques.
The Rebels starting DeFense did not give up any points, but you have to
let the other players play in a game like this.
LaDarius Abrams had 124 yards on 20 carries and 2 td's.
D.J. Banks had 69 yards on 9 carries and a td and passed for
135 yards and a td.
Total yards rushing 266, passing 135 and 407 yards of offense.
Tyler Cain had a 70 yard punt return for a td and 3 receptions for
71 yards and a td.

Go Rebs! 

West Monroe's Mingo to play in 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl

   




Wednesday, July 15
Rebels In The Pros

Andrew Whitworth LSU  Cinncinati Bengals OL

Bradie James LSU Dallas Cowboys LB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Wednesday, July 15
Rebels Playing College Football

Scott Love ULM Punter

Will Blackwell LSU OL

Luther Davis Alabama DL

D.J. Banks Tulane DB

Mario Wiley Northwestern WR

 



Monday, September 7
West Monroe Past Rushing Leaders

Tuesday, September 15
Beau Benson 44 Yard FG vs Neville

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