Photos: St. Thomas More no match for Catholic, Notre Dame run strong against Opelousas _lowres

Advocate staff photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Catholic High's Clyde Edwards-Helaire attempts to spin out of an attempted tackle by St. Thomas More's Peyton Broussard last month at Olympia Stadium.

Ninth-ranked Madison Prep didn’t have one go-to guy in its 63-0 victory over Mentorship Academy on Friday night.

Nine players helped lead the way as the Chargers (7-0, 4-0) remained unbeaten going into a Thursday showdown with The Dunham School (5-1, 3-1) in District 6-2A.

Edwin Kleinpeter completed 6 of 10 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns, while Quincy Banks ran for 102 yards on just eight carries with two TDs.

Tyrese Walker added 46 yards on five carries and scored one TD. Lyndon Rush (three catches, 62 yards, one TD) and Brian Savoie (2-34, one TD) were the top receivers. Savoie also returned a punt 49 yards for another TD.

Malcolm Roach led the MPA defense with 10 tackles, two sacks, two pass deflections and one interception. Cedric Triplett added seven tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

Brian Jones contributed five tackles and recovered a fumble for a TD, while Walker forced one fumble and also recovered a fumble for a TD.

CENTRAL PRIVATE 20, UNION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 8: In Farmerville, Cameron Callihan ran for 83 yards on nine carries and scored one TD to help the Rebels (4-5) win a nondistrict game in Mississippi Association of Independent Schools action.

Callihan scored on a 60-yard run. Cole Averette added 50 yards on 13 carries with an 8-yard TD run.

Averette also caught a 24-yard TD pass from Cade Sanchez that opened the scoring for CPS. Sanchez completed 8 of 14 passes for 68 yards.