by Hunter Bower // GeauxPreps.com Owner
In a dazzling display of skill and determination, Lafayette Christian quarterback Ju’Juan Johnson lit up the Friday night lights with a record-breaking performance in the quarterfinal playoff victory. Johnson, a committed LSU talent, etched his name in Louisiana high school football history by surpassing Brock Berlin’s long-standing Career Offensive Total Yards mark of 13,659 yards—a record that stood unbroken for 24 years.
Johnson’s dynamic play was nothing short of extraordinary, as he showcased his versatility by rushing for an impressive 151 yards and threading the needle for 163 passing yards. The quarterback’s stellar performance not only secured the playoff win for Lafayette Christian but also propelled him to a new all-time record of 13,662 yards and counting.
The excitement doesn’t stop there for Johnson, as he now stands on the cusp of making history once again. With just four touchdowns away from setting the all-time touchdown record in Louisiana high school football, the quarterback’s journey is capturing the attention and admiration of fans across the state. As Johnson continues to rewrite the record books, his remarkable achievements are undoubtedly leaving an indelible mark on the legacy of Louisiana high school football.