Jim Baer Blog – Week 6 – Ladue / Affton

Ladue scored a safety and had a near miss on a second one and the Ladue defense smothered Affton 30-0 at Homecoming 2013. This was the first home game of the year and there will be just two all season long.


Ladue goes to Clayton for a 7 p.m. showdown with the Greyhounds this coming Friday night.


Matt Hooper used his legs to grind out some 75 yards of running and scored on TD runs of 15 and 3 to route the visiting Cougars.


James Scott had a big day running the ball and scored on a 29-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.


Though Jack Fox missed a 32-yard field goal attempt, he was good on all four extra points.


Ladue dominated the game from the opening whistle with the reserves playing the last few minutes of the game.


Ladue has run off five consecutive victories after dropping its opener to Parkway Central, 42-10.


The defense has come up big with game saving tackles by Nathaniel Howard, Julian Federick, Chris Bouderous, Brent Morrow and a host of other defenders.


Senior Receiver Ryan Glazer is the Ladue Player of game in a 30-0 win over
Affton. Glazer. This senior had more than 100 return yards on punts and kick off
returns and had 50 yards on 3 catches. Click here for the game


With the win, Ladue has the inside track to win the Suburban East crown for the third-consecutive year.

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