Running back Donnell Adair broke loose for two second-half touchdown runs and the Thibodaux defense returned two interceptions for touchdowns in a 35-19 nondistrict win over St. Augustine on Friday night.

The Tigers intercepted St. Aug quarterback Justice McCoy three times and held tight end Jamal Pettigrew, an LSU commitment, to three receptions for 32 yards.

Adair’s two scores came from 78 yards and 40 yards.

The Tigers (6-2) return to District 7-5A play next week when they visit Destrehan.

St. Aug (2-6) hosts Holy Cross.

LUSHER 52, KIPP RENAISSANCE 0: Lusher dominated KIPP Renaissance, unloading for 52 points while posting a shutout.

The Lions (5-3, 3-2 District 9-3A) opened with a 21-point first quarter, their first score coming on an Ari Broussard 8-yard touchdown run. Broussard added another score on a 1-yard run, and Lusher pulled ahead 21-0 on a 21-yard pass from Eli Poche to Domanik Cleggett.

Lusher, still leading 21-0 at the break, erupted for 21 points in the third quarter. Poche found Domanik Cleggett from 26 yards out and closed the third quarter with another touchdown pass, this time to Simeon Thomas.

The Lions added 10 more points in the fourth quarter to close out a dominating win over KIPP Renaissance (0-7, 0-5). Lusher held KIPP Renaissance to minus-15 yards of offense on the night.

CHEF 45, NEW ORLEANS HOME SCHOOL 0: The game remained close through the first half with the only score coming from CHEF, on a 14-yard touchdown run by Ethan Costa.

Then the Patriots (8-0) unloaded for 39 points after the break.

The barrage began with a Colyn Petry 55-yard touchdown run, followed by a Timothy Costa 25-yard run and an Ethan Costa 13-yard touchdown run. The Patriots’ final two touchdowns came on two interceptions returned for touchdowns by Alexander Aucoin.

ASSUMPTION 47, VANDEBILT CATHOLIC 22: Assumption used a punishing ground game to pull away from the Terriers in a District 7-4A showdown.

The Mustangs (7-1, 3-0) rushed for 431 yards in a game was close throughout the first three quarters.

Vandebilt scored first, but Assumption answered with a Daron Williams 1-yard run for the score. The Terriers’ answered with another Brennan Rogers touchdown, run this time from 36 yards out.

The Mustangs responded with back-to-back touchdown passes from Daron Williams — the first caught by Zyshwan Richard from 4 yards, the second caught by Melvin Young from 5 yards.

Vandebilt Catholic (2-6, 1-2) came out of halftime with a 21-yard David Yancey touchdown run — but again, Assumption answered, this time with vigor.

The Mustangs piled on three long touchdown runs — a 62-yarder from Ricahrd, a 61-yarder from Williams and a 43-yarder for Richard.

DE LA SALLE 41, ST. JAMES 16: In a key district 9-3A matchup Thursday against 10th-ranked St James, undefeated and second-ranked De La Salle took a 13-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back. De La Salle (7-0, 5-0) visits Sci Academy next week. St. James (5-3, 3-2) hosts McMain.