Belle Chasse (3-1, 0-1) at Lake Area (1-3, 0-1)

Last week: Belle Chasse lost to Warren Easton, 49-14; Lake Area lost to McDonogh 35, 34-14

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 9-4A game. First-ever football meeting between schools. Belle Chasse is aiming to move to 4-1 for the second consecutive season under coach Stephen Meyer.

Bonnabel (0-4, 0-1) at Landry-Walker (2-2, 0-1), (Behrman)

Last week: Bonnabel lost to West Jefferson, 55-7; Landry-Walker lost to Chalmette, 17-12

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 8-5A game. This is the first-ever football meeting between Bonnabel and Landry-Walker since L.B. Landry and O. Perry Walker merged before 2013. Bonnabel’s defense has allowed 45 points per game so far. Landry-Walker QB Keytaon Thompson, who sat out last week, is questionable with an ankle injury.

Chalmette (2-2, 1-0) at East Jefferson (1-3, 0-1), (Yenni)

Last week: Chalmette beat Landry-Walker, 17-12; East Jefferson lost to Ehret, 33-0

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 8-5A game. Chalmette seeks its best start to a season since opening 5-0 back in 2011. East Jeff has dropped three in a row, falling victim to shutouts each of the past two weeks.

Country Day (4-0) at Pope John Paul II (1-3)

Last week: Country Day beat St. Martin’s, 69-0; Pope John Paul II beat Springfield, 19-14

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. Country Day, ranked fifth among small schools in the New Orleans Advocate Super 10, is off to its best start since 2004. The Cajuns have outscored opponents 219-28 through four games. Pope John Paul II scored a season-high 19 points last week.

Cox (2-2, 0-1) at West Jefferson (2-2, 1-0), (Memtsas)

Last week: Cox lost to Carver, 29-7;West Jefferson beat Bonnabel, 55-7

Last season: West Jefferson won 41-6

The Buzz: District 8-5A game. Helen Cox has dropped six consecutive district games dating back to 2013 season. Before last week, West Jeff had not scored more than 55 points in a game since September 7, 2012 against Ehret in a 57-23 win.

De La Salle (4-0, 1-0) vs. McMain (0-4, 0-1), (Joe Brown)

Last week: De La Salle beat Lusher, 47-14; McMain lost to Lutcher, 68-20

Last season: De La Salle won 35-6

The Buzz: District 9-3A game. De La Salle, ranked fourth in The New Orleans Advocate among small schools, will be without Q/WR Quincy Cage (broken collarbone). RB Ricco Wheat is reigninng Player of the Week. McMain has dropped two in a row against De La Salle.

Destrehan (4-0, 1-0) at Terrebonne (2-2, 0-1)

Last week: Destrehan beat Hahnville, 48-23; Terrebonne lost to Thibodaux, 49-35

Last season: Destrehan won 42-17

The Buzz: District 7-5A game. Destrehan, ranked fourth in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among large schools and seventh by the LSWA in Class 5A, has won 10 consecutive district games and two straight against Terrebonne. Terrebonne has dropped eight in a row in league play dating back to 2014.

Franklinton (2-2) at Church Point (4-0)

Last week: Franklinton lost to West Monroe, 23-6; Church Point beat Jennings, 62-42

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. Franklinton is ranked eighth in Class 4A by the LSWA. The Demons have been held to 6 points in both of their losses this season. Church Point, ranked seventh in Class 3A by the LSWA, scored a season-high 62 points in Week 4 and is averaging 39.5 points per game.

Grace King (0-4) at Fisher (2-2)

Last week: Grace King lost to Thomas Jefferson, 36-0; Fisher lost to Pearl River, 41-21

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. Grace King has been shutout twice in as many games and has dropped five in a row dating back to 2014. Fisher has lost two in a row by a combined 13 points after winning its first two games in the team’s first season under coach Aaron Caulfield.

Hahnville (2-2) at St. Thomas More (3-1)

Last week: Hahnville lost to Destrehan, 48-23; St. Thomas More lost to Catholic 35-17

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Non-district game. Hahnville has lost two in a row after opening the season with two consecutive victories. Hahnville was held to 3 points in the second half against rival Destrehan last week. St. Thomas More is ,ranked fourth by the LSWA in Class 4A.

Hannan (2-2, 0-1) at St. Helena (3-1, 1-0)

Last week: Hannan lost to St. Thomas Aquinas, 50-5; St. Helena beat Pine, 31-21

Last season: St. Helena defeated Hannan, 28-7

The Buzz: District 7-2A game. Hannan snapped its two-game losing streak in its district opener on the road at St. Thomas Aquinas. The Hawks have lost five in a row in league play. St. Helena won its third consecutive game last week.

Holy Cross (3-1, 1-0) vs. Jesuit (2-2, 0-1), (Gormley)

Last week: Holy Cross beat Shaw, 38-22; Jesuit lost to St. Augustine, 32-20

Last season: Jesuit defeated Holy Cross, 56-14

The Buzz: District 9-5A game. This is the 96th installment of this classic Catholic League rivalry. Jesuit holds a 55-38-1 lead in the all-time series. Holy Cross tailback Tre Turner, an Arizona State commitment, topped 100 yards in his second consecutive game since returning from a shoulder injury. The Tigers moved to No. 10 in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10. Jesuit turned the ball over five times in its district opener against St. Aug last week.

KIPP (1-4, 0-1) at Lutcher (3-1, 1-0)

Last week: KIPP lost to Sci Academy 26-14; Lutcher beat McMain 68-20

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 9-3A game. KIPP has dropped three games in a row since its season-opening win against KIPP Houston (Texas). Lutcher scored 54 points in the first half of its district opener against McMain. QB Jontre Kirklin accounted for four total TDs in the win.

McDonogh 35 (4-0, 1-0) vs. Carver (4-0, 1-0), (Pan Am)

Last week: McDonogh 35 defeated Lake Area, 34-14; Carver defeated Riverdale, 42-6

Last season: Did not play.

The Buzz: District 9-4A game. McDonogh 35 is ranked fifth in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among large schools and second by the LSWA in Class 4A. The Roneagles have won five consecutive regular-season games dating back to 2014. Carver has outscored its opponents 152-38 in four games this season.

Northlake Christian (3-1, 0-0) at Pine (0-4, 0-1)

Last week: Northlake Christian lost to Independence 42-35; Pine lost to St. Helena 31-21

Last season: Pine won 22-14

The Buzz: District 7-2A game. Northlake Christian, ranked seventh in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among small schools, has averaged more than 39 points per game. Pine has lost five consecutive regular-season games dating back to 2014. Its last regular-season win came against Northlake Christian in Week 9.

Sci Academy (1-3, 1-0) vs. Clark (1-3, 0-1)

Last week: Sci Academy defeated KIPP, 26-14; Clark lost to St. James, 32-6

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 9-3A game. After combining for 12 points in its first three games, the Sci Academy offense exploded for 26 in its district opener against KIPP. Clark has scored a total of 6 points in three losses this season.

St. Charles (4-0) at East Ascension (1-3)

Last week: St. Charles beat Central-BR, 56-20; East Ascension lost to Scotlandville 28-20

Last season: East Ascension won 42-35

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. St. Charles is ranked No. 1 in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among small schools and sixth in Class 2A by the LSWA. The Comets have outscored their opponents 164-27 this season. Easton Ascension has dropped back-to-back games, but has beaten St. Charles in two consecutive meetings.

St. James (3-1, 1-0) at Lusher (2-2, 0-1)

Last week: St. James beat Clark 32-6; Lusher lost to De La Salle 47-14

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: District 9-3A game. St. James is ranked eighth in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among small schools and 10th in Class 2A by the LSWA. Wide receiver Curtlan Johnson scored four TDs in the Wildcats’ season opener last week. Lusher, ranked 10th among small schools in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10, allowed two 100-yard rushers in last’s week loss to De La Salle.

St. Martin’s (0-4) vs. Ecole Classique (0-1)?Last week: St. Martin’s lost to Country Day, 69-0; Ecole Classique did not play.

Last season: St. Martin’s won 35-6

The Buzz: District 8-1A opener for both teams. St. Martin’s remains in search of its first victory under first-year head coach Scott Simpson. The Saints have won each of their meetings against Ecole since 2009. Ecole has lost 13 of its last 14 regular-season games dating back to 2012.

St. Paul’s (3-1, 1-0) at Hammond (0-4, 0-1)

Last week: St. Paul’s beat Northshore, 48-7; Hammond lost to Slidell 35-26

Last season: St. Paul’s won 36-0

The Buzz: District 6-5A game. St. Paul’s is ranked eighth among large schools in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10. The Wolves have won eight consecutive games in the series. Hammond has lost 10 consecutive district games dating back to 2013.

Thibodaux (2-2, 1-0) at East St. John (0-4, 0-1)

Last week: Thibodaux beat Terrebonne 49-35; East St. John lost to H.L. Bourgeois, 34-21

Last season: Thibodaux won 35-21

The Buzz: District 7-5A game. QB Marquise Darensbourg will be eligible to play in this game for East St. John for the first time since transferring from Destrehan in the offseason. Last year with Destrehan, Darensbourg threw for 37 yards and an interception against Thibodaux. East St. John has not started 0-4 in more than six years.

Thomas Jefferson (2-2) at Ben Franklin (1-3)

Last week: Thomas Jefferson beat Grace King, 36-0; Ben Franklin lost to Houma Christian, 21-20

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. Thomas Jefferson of District 8-2A is ranked 10th in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among small schools. The Jaguars have won two games by a combined score of 63-0 and lost two games by a combined score of 49-7. Ben Franklin has dropped three games in a row since its 30-22 win against Ridgewood to open the season.

Vandebilt Catholic (1-3) at Newman (3-0)

Last week: Newman did not play; Vandebilt Catholic beat Covenant Christian, 38-32

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Nondistrict game. Vandebilt Catholic of District 7-4A notched its first win of the year against Covenant Christian, scoring a season-high 38 points. Newman of District 9-2A is ranked third among small schools in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10. The Greenies are riding a six-game regular-season win streak dating back to 2014.

West St. John (2-2) at Woodlawn (1-3)

Last week: West St. John lost to Kentwood, 35-22; Woodlawn lost to St. Amant, 34-14

Last season: Did not play

The Buzz: Non-district game. West St. John of District 9-2A is ranked sixth in The New Orleans Advocate Super 10 among small school. The Rams have dropped two in a row for first-year head coach Brandon Walters. Woodlawn of District 6-4A has averaged a shade fewer than 12 points per game in each of its three losses this season.