BOURG — Five second-quarter touchdowns put Dutchtown High School on track to post a 38-12 nondistrict road victory over South Terrebonne on Friday night at South Terrebonne Memorial Stadium.

South Terrebonne (0-4) made the first big play of the game. Dutchtown was driving toward the end zone when quarterback Jared Sparks (6-of-8 for 125 yards, 2 TDs) fumbled the snap, and Gators defensive tackle Troy Narcisse recovered the ball at the DHS 13.

After a scoreless opening quarter, Dutchtown (3-1) poured on the points in the second. Griffins receiver Sidney Jacobs ended a six-play, 70-yard drive with a 19-yard touchdown run.

Dutchtown capitalized with Adam Sparks forcing and recovering a fumble from Gators running back Casey Guy deep in STHS territory.

Jared Sparks found Cornelius Washington on the next play for a 33-yard touchdown pass.

Averee York made both point- after attempts to give Dutchtown a 14-0 lead with 9:30 before halftime.

York ran a jet sweep up the sideline then cut back up the middle for a 67-yard touchdown.

Charles Davis (13 rushes, 83 yards, TD) capped the next Griffins drive with a 4-yard touchdown plow.

Finally, with 32 seconds left, Sparks hit a wide open Jalin Carlin for a 32-yard touchdown to give Dutchtown a 35-6 halftime advantage.

PARKVIEW 49, BAKER 21: In Baker, Parkview cruised to a 28-point lead at the half in a win over Baker in a District 6-3A game.

Running back Kayin White led the way for the Eagles (2-2) with three first-half touchdown runs (two 20-yarders and a 2-yard run) and one pass from quarterback Reggie Hayes.

Baker (2-2) answered in the second half with two scores from Nick Morgan and DeVonte Rodgers.

Parkview’s Terry Tolliver capped the game with an 89-yard kick return in the final period.

LIVONIA 44, NORTHSIDE 7: In Lafayette, Livonia held Northside to three scoreless quarters in a win Friday night.

Wildcats running back Patrick Queen scored on TD runs of 3, 32 and 46 yards.

C.J. Powell and Bryce Leblanc also scored for Livonia.

Travon Leary scored Northside’s lone TD on a 1-yard run in the second quarter.

KENTWOOD 35, WEST ST. JOHN 22: In Kentwood, the Kangaroos accounted for 297 total yards.

Kentwood’s defensive scored twice, first on a 95-yard interception return from Shyheim Carter and a 13-yard fumble return from Traydron Lee.

West St. John, which scored 16 points in the fourth quarter, ran for 273 yards in the game.

ST. JOHN 59, EAST IBERVILLE 0: In Plaquemine, St. John ran for 470 yards on 37 carries and shut out East Iberville.

The Eagles climbed to a 23-0 lead at halftime with quarterback Gavin Landry leading the offense to five touchdowns and 547 total yards.

Running back Landon Leblanc punched in three scores, with Collin Barbee adding one TD in the fourth quarter.

DONALDSONVILLE 61, BRUSLY 41: In Donaldsonville, the Tigers earned their first win.

DHS quarterback Tyler Brown threw for 341 yards, completing 12 of 20 passes for three touchdowns. Brown also rushed for 54 yards and three touchdowns.

Zavion Bell, Jason Holliday and Avery Grant all punched in scores for Brusly.

ASSUMPTION 24, LAKESHORE 23, 2 OT: In Napoleonville, both teams traded scores as Assumption edged Lakeshore on the final play on a failed kick by Nate Facaine in the 4A matchup.

The Titans and Mustangs scored 10 points apiece in regulation in a game that included two safeties and one scoreless quarter.

Mustangs quarterback Daron Williams led all scorers with two rushing touchdowns, one in the fourth quarter and in the first overtime period.

Lakeshore quarterback Facaine opened scoring connecting on a 7-yard pass to Adam Ybarzabal in the second quarter.