Zachary High School Football
  • Signing Day at ZHS

    Left to Right at the table Aaron Celestine (Louisiana College), Terry Sullivan (Jackson State), Douglas Coleman (Texas Tech), Kellton Hollins (Texas Christian), Lindsey Scott (Louisiana State) and Cameron Carrier (Nichols State)

  • Signing Day, February 3, 2016

    Six Broncos will sign to play college football Wednesday, February 3. Advocate Article Cameron Carrier, Nicholls State University             Aaron Celestine, Louisiana College             Douglass Coleman, Texas Tech University             Kellton Hollins, Texas Christian University             Lindsey Scott, Jr., Louisiana State University Story,         Terry Sullivan, Jackson State University Story,      

  • Lindsey Scott Jr. named to MaxPreps All-American team

    Add one more postseason honor on the stack of accolades earned by Zachary High School quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. Scott is part of the MaxPreps All-American first team that was announced Friday. Scott made the squad as an athlete and was considered for the MaxPreps National Player of the Year honor, according to a story published with the teams. The Advocate Article


    Leave it to Zachary High School to provide a bit of a surprise on the final night of the football season.  The Broncos, led by quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr., have cemented their reputation for having a big-play offense. The combination of Scott and an opportunistic defense that forced three pivotal turnovers gave Zachary the Class 5A state title to conclude the LHSAA Prep Classic. Full Story from The Advocate

  • Zachary erupts in second half – Headed to the DOME!

    From the Advocate   Three first-half turnovers and a blocked punt sent Zachary reeling, but the Broncos put together a second half to remember Friday night. The second-seeded Broncos roared back from a seven-point deficit to oust No. 6 Parkway 41-27, and advance to the school’s first state championship game. That game comes next week at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where Zachary (13-1) will face John Ehret, a 7-6 winner over Mandeville in the other 5A semifinal.

  • Defensive back P.J. Cannon makes big impact for Zachary

    “I know I’m not an eye-candy guy,” Cannon said. “I’m not one of those cornerbacks who’s 6-foot-2 or 6-3 or a guy all the colleges want.  “Using the ability I have to make plays … that’s what I try to do. I spend more time watching film. I work hard. I have no control over the other stuff.” Don’t make the mistake of thinking the 5-foot-9, 170-pound Cannon doesn’t have the right stuff to be an impact player. He’s a senior and a three-year starter who will be expected to play a key role when the second-seeded Broncos (12-1) host No. 6 Parkway (12-1) for a Class 5A semifinal game…