CROWLEY — Brad Stoma threw three touchdown passes and ran for another as Notre Dame, the eighth-ranked team in Class 3A, wrapped up the District 6-3A title with a 35-6 win over ninth-ranked Kaplan.
The two teams went into the game with identical 4-0 records in district play.
Stoma tossed 23- and 18-yard TD passes to Boedy Borill and a 12-yard scoring pass to Ethan Smith. He also ran for a 7-yard score as the Pioneers (8-2, 5-0) pulled away. Lance Bertrand scored Notre Dames’s other TD on a 3-yard run.
Jade Herpin scored on a 23-yard run for Kaplan (7-3, 4-1).
CATHOLIC-NEW IBERIA 42, DELCAMBRE 0: In New Iberia, Jason Pellerin ran for 238 yards and three touchdowns and threw for another as second-ranked Catholic-New Iberia (10-0, 5-0) wrapped up an undefeated regular season and the District 5-2A title.
Pellerin scored on runs of 23, 43 and 30 yards and threw a 25-yard TD pass to Andre Bellefontaine. Seth Pierre had 138 yards and 57- and 2-yard scores as the Panthers racked up 496 yards of offense.
Delcambre finished the season with a 4-6 record overall and 2-3 in district.
OPELOUSAS CATHOLIC 49, WESTMINSTER 7: In Opelousas, Opelousas Catholic (9-1), the eighth-ranked school in Class 2A, scored the final 49 points to finish with a 4-1 record and second place in District 5-2A.
Caleb Vidrine scored on runs of 5 and 1 yards and caught a 2-yard scoring pass from David Labbe to lead the Vikings. Labbe also threw a 19-yard scoring pass to Jacobi Richards and scored on 3- and 25-yard runs as Opelousas Catholic scored all 49 points in the second and third quarters.
Richard Hebert threw a 23-yard TD pass to Zachery Standiford for Westminster (1-9, 1-4).
ST. EDMUND 28, SACRED HEART-VP 12: In Ville Platte, Drew Brown ran for one score, threw for one and caught a touchdown pass as St. Edmund (6-3, 4-0) wrapped up the District 5-1A title.
Sacred Heart of Ville Platte (5-5, 2-2) jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a 21- yard pass from Joshua LaHaye to Mikey Laughlin. St. Eds went up 7-6 on a 6-yard run by Zach Lafleur, but Sacred Heart came right back with a 13-yard run by Dylan Stelly to go up 12-7. It was all Drew Brown from that point as he scored on a 1-yard run, threw a 2-yard pass to Lafleur and caught a 29-yard TD pass from Drake Brunet to seal the win.
VERMILION CATHOLIC 46, ACADIANA EPISCOPAL 28: In Abbeville on Thursday night, Hunter Frith threw for 359 yards and two scores and ran for another as third-ranked Vermilion Catholic (9-1, 6-0) wrapped up the District 7-1A title with the win.
Frith threw a 76-yard TD pass to Devon Constantine, a 5-yard scoring pass to Emile Trahan and ran for a 3-yard score. Tyler Derouen scored on runs of 1, 13 and 4 yards as the Eagles scored all 56 points in the first three quarters.
Jake Arceneaux tossed a 3-yard scoring pass to Zach Ronquillo, a 39-yarder to Ronald LeBlanc and 31-yard strike to Brennan Ducote for Acadiana Episcopal (7-3, 4-2).
RAYNE 58, OPELOUSAS 28: In Rayne on Thursday night, John Michael Besse ran for 188 yards on 12 carries and scored three times as Rayne (8-2, 4-2) wrapped up regular season play with a convincing win in District 4-4A. Besse scored on runs of 1, 79, and 61 yards as the Wolves rallied from a 14-7 deficit to outscore Opelousas 51-21 in the last three quarters. Jaylon Reed threw a 59-yard scoring pass to Cody Manes and a 5-yarder to Donald “D-Tun” Doucet for the Wolves. K’Andre Jones tossed a 75-yard touchdown pass to Collins Robert, a 35-yard scoring toss to Chris Boutte and ran for a 14-yard score for Opelousas (1-9, 0-6).
LAFAYETTE CHRISTIAN 42, HIGHLAND BAPTIST 14: Regan Miller ran for 180 yards on 20 carries and scored three touchdowns as Lafayette Christian Academy amassed 519 yards of offense Thursday.
Miller scored on runs of 9, 2 and 42 yards for the Knights, who also got 123 rushing yards and a 23-yard touchdown run from Jeremy Joseph.