CLINTON - Parkview Baptist climbed its way back to .500 after defeating East Feliciana 39-8 on Friday in a District 6-3A opener played at Clinton Middle School.
Parkview (3-3) outgained East Feliciana (2-4) 374-156 and recorded 26 first downs to seven by EFHS.
The Eagles got strong contributions in the running game as Hezekiah Randolph led the way with 14 carries for 102 yards. Parkview got four touchdowns from the team’s leading rusher Connor Hodgeson and Andre Davis.
Davis scored on a 38-yard run along with an 11-yard scamper in the fourth quarter. Hodgeson added scores from 1 and 4 yards out.
For East Feliciana, Kendall Beckwith scored the only touchdown for the Spartans.
Beckwith ended the night with 149 yards of total offense.
ST. EDMUND 54, CATHOLIC-POINTE COUPEE 16: In Eunice, quarterback David Lafleur was at it once again for the Blue Jays.
Last week in a 50-0 win over False River, Lafleur accounted for four touchdowns. In district play against Catholic-Pointe Couppe, Lafleur improved on his outpoint from a week ago with six total touchdowns.
Lafleur was in on all of the Blue Jays five touchdowns in the first half. He ran for three touchdowns, including a 70-yard run at the end of the first quarter.
Lafleur also added two more in the air. He connected with Trey Quirk on a 9-yard pass and Adam Clause from 30 yards out.
St. Edmund (5-1, 3-0) outgained Catholic-Pointe Coupee (1-5, 1-2) 465-95.
The Hornets got on the board late in the fourth quarter with touchdowns from Forest Cazayouk and Andrew Jarreau.
LIVONIA 52, RAYNE 19: In Livonia, both teams bolstered an undefeated record coming in. However, Livonia’s perfect streak will stay in tact after the 5-3A district game.
Livonia (6-0, 1-0) gained 566 yards on offense and was led by running back Mark Lewis, who finished the game with 212 yards and four touchdowns.
On the season Lewis has 972 yards and 18 touchdowns for the Wildcats.
All of Lewis’ four touchdowns against Rayne came in the first half from 4, 26, 60 and 4 yards out respectively.
ST. CHARLES 49, DONALDSONVILLE 8: In LaPlace, both teams kicked of district 7-3A play for 2011, but it was the St. Charles Comets that were too much to handle for Donaldsonville.
The teams combined for 770 yards of offense, but Donaldsonville managed just one touchdown.
For St. Charles, Lazedrick Thompson scored four touchdowns and finished the game with 163 yards on 16 carries.
Thompson led the charge as St. Charles rushed for a total of 298 yards in the contest.
Donaldsonville’s only score came from Devon Breaux. Breaux, who ran for 84 yards on 18 carries, scored on an 11-yard run in the second quarter.
WHITE CASTLE 44, EAST IBERVILLE 6: In St. Gabriel, both teams opened district play and it was the White Castle Bulldogs led by Tyre Bracken, who came out on top.
With the win, White Castle moves to 2-4 and 1-0, while East Iberville (5-1, 0-1) lost their first game of 2011.
Bracken kicked things off for White Castle with a 20-yard touchdown run, before scampering from 48 and 15 yards out.
Bracken finished with 15 carries for 220 yards - a 14.6 yards-per-carry average.
East Iberville reached the end zone in the first quarter on 4-yard touchdown run by Nick Brooks, but struggled throughout the rest of the game.
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 33, ST. HELENA CENTRAL 12: In Greensburg, St. Helena (1-5) dug itself a hole by fumbling the ball twice. St. Helena was also penalized 13 times for 80 yards in the District 8-2A contest.
STA (2-4) capitalized on the Hawks mistakes with 303 yards of rushing on offense.
SACRED HEART 54, FALSE RIVER 6: In Ville Platte, scoring was a premium for Sacred Heart, who advance to 5-1 overall, 3-0 in District 6-1A.
The Trojans gained 411 yards of total offense and added strong first and fourth quarter performances with a combined 44 points in the two quarters.
The Gators drop to to 2-4 and 0-3 after starting the season 2-0.
False River lost two fumbles in the game and gained 130 yards on offense.
POPE JOHN PAUL II 56, SPRINGFIELD 13: In Slidell, Pope John Paul II improved to 4-2 on the season, after a strong performance from their running game, which gained 270 yards.
Running back Quinn Flore had 14 carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns for the Jaguars. Flore scored from 25 and 30 yards out.
Springfield fell to 2-4 and 0-1 in District 8-2A, one week after they beat Grace King 31-14.
The Bulldogs benefited from two long touchdowns scored from wide receiver Kimanea Claiborne. Claiborne scored from 90 and 85 respectively.
OAK FOREST ACADEMY 48, CENTRAL PRIVATE SCHOOL 8: At Central Private, the Rebels gained 219 yards on offense but managed just one touchdown.
With the loss Central Private falls to 1-7. Oak Forest is 3-5.
The Yellow Jackets scored 20 first half points, after touchdown runs from Austin Lee, Sam Bourgeois and Rashe Riggins from 25, 7 and 6 yards respectively.
Ryan Bowman of Central Private added the Rebels lone score with a 2-yard run in the second quarter.
Riggins added a 54-yard touchdown run in the third followed by touchdown runs by Dave Smith, from 30 yards, and Zack Kent, who capitalized on a 56-yard run.
COPIAH ACADEMY 35, SILLIMAN 17: In Gallman, Miss., running back Kelton Smith had 240 yards and three touchdowns to help Copiah Academy advance to 4-4 on the season.
After both teams were scoreless in the first quarter, Smith got Copiah Academy on the scoreboard with a 27-yard touchdown run.
Not to be outdone by his own production, Smith then scored on an 87-yard run to put Copiah Academy up 13-0.
For Silliman, Colt Ducote scored on a 25-yard pass from Jason Palermo, but this night belonged to Copiah Academy and Smith.