Record Pts PV
1, West Monroe (6) 4-0 114 1
2, John Curtis (3) 3-1 102 2
3, Evangel (1) 2-1 101 3
4, Rummel 3-0 89 4
5, Acadiana 4-0 80 5
6, Scotlandville 4-0 74 6
7, Barbe 4-0 63 7
8, Zachary 3-1 49 8
9, Covington 4-0 44 9
10, Catholic-BR 3-1 24 NR
Others receiving votes: Ruston 23, St. Amant 5, Sulphur 4, John Ehret 3, East Ascension 2, Ouachita 2, Hahnville 1, Destrehan 1.
ERATH - The game was just about over after the second play of night when Rayne tailback Trent Winbush darted 55 yards for a touchdown 12 seconds into the game.
That would be the start of a long night for the Erath Bobcats on Thursday at EHS.
Winbush would score a total of five touchdowns to help the Wolves crush Erath 35-7 in a non district game. He had TD runs of 5, 16, 34 and 61 yards. He finished with 294 yards on 19 carries.
The Bobcats were able to hang with Rayne in the first period, down 7-0.
LEROY - The North Vermilion Patriots gave their homecoming crowd a thrilling game to watch.
The Class 3A Patriots scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Class 1A Varnado Wildcats 35-18.
While the score looked like a blowout, it was not.
Varnado took an 18-13 lead around the 8 minute mark in the third period.
But the Patriots did not panic. They just took their next possession and marched 60 yards down field and retook the lead for good.
KAPLAN - The Kaplan Pirates did not do any thing fancy or use trickery to beat Kinder on Friday. They did what they normally do - run the football.
The Pirates have shown when they run for more than 260 yards a game in 2017, they win games.
Against Church Point last week, they rushed for 300 yards and cruised to a victory.
On Friday, the Pirates rushed for 263 yards and cruised to a 28-6 victory over Kinder.
Braylon Romero and Mac Thibeaux combined to 188 yards out of the 263 yards for Kaplan.
The Vermilion Catholic Eagles took care of business on Friday by whipping the Hanson Tigers, 17-0.
The victory puts VC at 1-0 in district and now 3-1 overall.
After a scoreless first quarter, the Eagles scored a touchdown to lead 7-0 at half.
The Eagles scored at the 7:13 mark when Andre LeBlanc scored from the 1. LeBlanc had a busy night. He came into the game with less than 15 carries all season. But because Kalix Broussard was sidelined with a knee injury, LeBlanc picked up the slack. He had 27 carries and finished with 97 yards rushing a touchdown.