Eunice rolled up 125 yards on 27 offensive plays including a nine-minute drive that resulted in a 26-yard field goal by Taylor Aguillard and a 3-0 win.
Friday night when Eunice (3-1) entertains Beau Chene (1-3), the Bobcats’ gameplan remains the same.
“They have a lot of speed, especially tailback Jamal Chavis,” Trosclair said. “He is a heck of a player.
“Any time he has the ball is a problem,” the coach said. “It is better when we have it.
“We had a nine-minute drive in the jamboree, it would be nice to have another one of those.”
The Bobcat offense is balanced this season with 755 yards rushing and nearly 500 yards passing.
“We can run and pass so that presents some problems for defenses,” Trosclair said. “We have been able to make big plays on offense.”
Beau Chene allowed 403 yards in their 32-15 loss to St. Martinville last week, including 318 yards on the ground.
“They are big on defense and they present a lot of problems physically,” the coach said. “They don’t give up very many big plays with their speed in the secondary.
“Our offense has been clicking pretty good,” Trosclair said. “Hopefully we can find something that works and capitalize on it against their defense.”
Beau Chene’s Chavis gained 71 yards on 14 carries against St. Martinville.
Trosclair said his Bobcat defense has made some big stops when they needed to and he is hopeful they can do it again this week.
“I think we will end up being good on defense before it is all said and done,” he said.
Eunice scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to grab a 37-33 win over Cecilia.
Beau Chene opened the season with losses to Church Point (14-0) and Cecilia (18-15) before grabbing a 19-7 win over Port Barre.
“We have some good leaders on the team and I think we will be ready,” Trosclair said.