By Warren Arceneaux
Three has been the magic number for Hamilton Christian, which has used a trio of guards to make three straight state semifinal appearances.
Two-time all state selection and UL-Lafayette commit Michael Thomas is the headliner of the trip, but backcourt mates Adrian Brown and Dakori Lewis bring a lot to the table as well. Brown made his mark as the team's best long-range shooter, while Lewis has been the defensive ace for the Warriors.
Both players are working on rounding out their games as the Warriors seek their first state championship. The Warriors lost to Lafayette Christian in the Division IV championship game last season.
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By Garland Gillen
NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - If the ball is in the air, there's a great chance Jarmone Sutherland is going to come down with it. The stats back it up. Last year he racked up 24 TD's, with over 1,300 yards receiving. The senior is a yardage eater for the Greenies, and there's numerous reasons why.
"I think that he is very physical. He catches the ball in traffic. He plays violent. Blocks well on the edge. He is really a complete wide receiver. Runs short routes well, can knock the top off coverages. He's explosive, an impeccable route runner. Certainly one of the best in-traffic, running after the catch. Really works hard at his craft, he's a leader," said Newman Head Coach Nelson Stewart.
The aerial show at Newman appears to be ready to roll again in 2019. Sutherland and freshman quarterback Arch Manning already on the same page during the spring game, and 7-on-7 this summer.
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