Posted On: 11/9/19 10:57 AM

Classes B and C will continue their first week of the season with tournament play this weekend. Tournaments at Choudrant and Pleasant Hill will feature some of the teams that I consider top teams in the smaller classes. We will take a look at who I think are the top 5 small schools in classes B and C.

1. Jehovah-Jireh Warriors (last season 37-6; Division V State Champions)

The defending Division V champions began their season on Tuesday with a 60 point win over Epsicopal of Acadiana.  Jehovah-Jireh is not the typical class C school in Louisiana.  They play anyone and everyone no matter the class.  This year's edition of the Warriors returns the Brandon Harton, Jr. (6'3", 2021) who was the championship game most outstanding player and point guard John-Paul Ricks (6'0", 2022).  Both players are leaders on the floor and are not afraid of the big moment.  While they did lose some senior leadership, the Warriors should definitely make another run for a Division V crown while playing one of the most challenging schedules in Louisiana.

Player(s) coaches should see:  Brandon Harton, Jr. & John-Paul Ricks

Next game: 11/14 Gibsland-Coleman tournament

2. Simsboro Tigers (last season 36-7; Class

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