Breaux Bridge rally nets win over Rayne _lowres

Advocate photo by Buddy Delahoussaye-- Teurling Catholic's Caleb Glenn hauls in a catch against Notre Dame on Friday night in Crowley.

RAYNE — Quarterback Drake Guidry found wide receiver Sabarian Alexander for a 26-yard touchdown with 38 seconds to play, and Bailey Thibodeaux’s extra point lifted Breaux Bridge past Rayne 21-20.

Breaux Bridge (2-1) led 7-6 at halftime but trailed Rayne (0-3) 20-7 with 2:17 remaining in the game on Darien Harmon’s 2-yard run. The Wolves’ extra point was blocked.

Breaux Bridge rallied from a 13-point deficit, first on Alexander’s 97-yard kickoff return with 1:55 to go, coupled with his 26-yard TD catch.

Guidry completed 10 of 19 passes for 133 yards, and running back Rubin Hypolite carried 19 times for 72 yards.

Rayne quarterback Jaylon Reed went 7-of-14 for 132 yards with a pair of touchdowns going to Devonte Robinson (three catches for 105 yards).

Patterson 42, Catholic-New Iberia 41: In New Iberia, Patterson twice rallied from two-touchdown deficits and survived a missed extra point with 2:43 remaining in a thrilling nondistrict win over Catholic-New Iberia.

Quarterback Sirbatian Charles accounted for 376 yards and passed for two touchdowns, helping Patterson (1-2) win for the first time this season.

Charles rushed 18 times for 165 yards and completed 15 of 24 passes for 211 yards and two TDs.

Running back Tristan Ausama (17-57) gave the Lumberjacks a 42-35 lead with 7:06 left on a 5-yard score, and Christian Soria kicked his sixth extra point.

Catholic-NI (1-2) built a 28-14 halftime lead on the second rushing touchdown of the half from quarterback Diallo Landry, a 13-yarder with 1:48 left until halftime.

Patterson tied it at 28 with a pair of third-quarter touchdowns: D.J. Jones scoring on a 36-yard run, and after a fumble recovery on CHSNI’s next offensive play, Charles connected with Jordan Butler on a 32-yard TD.

The loss spoiled a stellar individual effort from CHSNI running back Seth Pierre, who carried 30 times for 245 yards and three TDs.

Vermilion Catholic 62, Erath 49: In Erath, quarterback Hunter Frith passed for five touchdowns and rushed for another in leading Class 1A’s No. 4 Vermilion Catholic over Erath.

Frith completed 24 of 38 passes for 382 yards and five TDs, three of which went to Devren Constintine, who had six catches for 126 yards.

VC (2-1) rolled up 611 yards, breaking open a 21-14 first-quarter lead for a 49-27 halftime advantage on a passing and rushing TD from Frith along with a rushing score from Kalix Broussard.

Payton Trahan topped the Eagles with eight catches for 113 yards and a TD, while Tyler Derouen added six catches for 96 yards and a score.

Running back Elijah Mitchell paced Erath (1-2) with 18 carries for 270 yards and TD runs of 67, 71, 6, 26 and 67 yards.

Opelousas Catholic 48, St. EdMUND 26: In Eunice, Opelousas Catholic quarterback David Labbe accounted for 342 yards and three touchdowns, part of a 588-yard production.

The Vikings (2-1) scored three straight touchdowns in the first 14 minutes, with Aaron Miller’s 23-yard score providing a 20-0 lead.

Labbe carried 18 times for 190 yards, and it was his 13-yard TD that was part of OC’s early barrage. He also completed 9 of 15 passes for 152 yards, with TDs of 26 yards to Jacobi Richard for a 27-0 lead and a 49-yarder to Aaron Whipp on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it 48-18.

Whipp added 95 yards and a pair of touchdowns on six carries for OC’s offense,which generated 588 yards on 71 plays.

The Vikings also added a defensive score on Elijah Waters’ 15-yard interception return, one of three interceptions by the Vikings.

Quarterback Drake Brunet led St. Edmund (1-2) by completing 18 of 34 passes for 338 yards. Gibson Lafleur was his top target with 12 catches for 240 yards and a TD.