Calvary Baptist

Posted On: 12/30/20 6:11 PM

An anticipated shootout between two of Louisiana’s top quarterback prospects lived up to the hype — and shattered a slew of records in the process.

Calvary Baptist junior Landry Lyddy completed 26 of 36 pass attempts for four touchdowns and 464 yards, the most ever in any classification level of LHSAA state championships.

His counterpart, Ouachita Christian senior Hunter HerringHunterHerring6'4" | QBOuachita Christian | 2021StateLA, a Louisiana (Lafayette) signee, meanwhile finished with a record 480 total yards — also the most at any classification level.

But the Cavaliers managed more defensive stops, including a pick-six and two other interceptions, and a few other stops.

2021 Recruiting Class

Roderick Harris — 5-8, 145 WR — Calvary Baptist

For all the attention on Jordan Wallace and Joseph WilsonJosephWilson5'10" | ATHCalvary Baptist | 2021StateLA, their fellow senior chimes in well, too, on an afternoon where Lyddy managed to get everyone involved. Harris caught five passes for 66 yards, including a 46-yard dash.

LaTarrus Jackson — 5-8, 150 DB — Calvary Baptist

The senior cornerback, whose friends and family call him "Pop-Tart," played well in coverage on the perimeter most of the game, helping limit windows and force incompletions on Herring’s shots down the

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