Will Fitzhugh

Will Fitzhugh (22) became Ouachita Christian’s career all-purpose yardage leader in last week’s 49-47 victory over Calvary Baptist. Fitzhugh enters Friday night’s Division IV semifinal game against Metairie Park Country Day with 6,696 all-purpose yards. (Photo by Brad Sanson/Sprig Designs)

 

A week after pulling off dramatic quarterfinal upsets on the road, Metairie Park Country Day and Ouachita Christian collide in the Division IV semifinals Friday night at Steven Fitzhugh Field. Kickoff time is set for 6 p.m., an hour earlier than normal.

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