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Saints rally past Panthers

October 14, 2000

Saints rally past Panthers



By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent


ST. JAMES - If Sid Huguenin was still feeling the effects from his recent injuries, he wasn't showing it on Saturday.

Huguenin scored two touchdowns and kicked a 25-yard field goal to lead St. James to a 17-12 win over Hancock.

"That game could have gone either way," St. James coach Daryl Hayes said. "Sid has come back from a broken thumb and a dislocated shoulder. Sid contributed in several different ways for us today on both offense and defense."

Huguenin had seven catches for 152 yards and the two scores, including a 29-yard strike from Will Moyet with 4 minutes, 5 seconds left in the game for the final margin.

He was also on the tail end of a 70-yard flea-flicker from Billy Keyes at the end of the first half. Emilio Rodriguez ran for the two-point conversion to give the Saints (3-2) an 8-0 halftime lead.

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Huguenin's field goal with 7:21 left in the third quarter extended the St. James lead to 11-0.

Hancock (2-4) took as 12-11 lead on a pair of touchdown runs by Chris Dobrzanski. Dobrzanski finished with 105 yards.

But the Hancock lead turned out to be short-lived.

"I was impressed with St. James' courage and fortitude that they showed during the crunch," Hancock coach Bill Sterner said.

Moyet completed 9 of 16 passes for 93 yards. John Moyet, Will's twin brother, had 12 tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception in the final 2:30 to preserve the Saints' victory.

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