BOUTTE, La. (WGNO) — Last December, a big senior class and a dominant quarterback sent then first-year Jesuit head coach Ryan Manale to the Division I championship game.

How would the Jays be as they turn the page?

In Tiger Stadium in Boutte, Jesuit got a glimpse of what could be with a 27-0 win in the jamboree against Hahnville.

After the first offensive series, Jesuit is forced to punt. But Hahnville with the muff. Jays defender Hunter Oufnac recovered.

That set up a short touchdown run by Patrick Berrigan.

Jesuit on the move again, junior quarterback Beau Perez, heir apparent to Jack Larriviere, connected on a 46-yard pass to wide receiver Jace Larsen.

That set up a 2-yard run from Jasper Parker.

But the score meant little to Coach Manale.

“I thought we did some things really well tonight, and I thought there were some things to continue to work on,” Coach Manale told WGNO Sports. “It’s a jamboree, so you really can’t measure things by scores, and that’s what I told the players going into tonight. You know, we need to work on a few things that we need to work on. We can’t really worry about the score of a game, because there is really no winner or loser in a jamboree.The first regular season game is next week.”

Catch all the highlights for both games on Friday Night Football at 11 p.m. on NOLA 38 (The CW) and again at midnight on WGNO.