Broadmoor at Istrouma
7 p.m. at Istrouma High
RECORDS: Broadmoor 4-4, 2-2 in District 6-4A; Istrouma 0-8, 0-5.
LAST WEEK: Broadmoor lost to Lafayette, 20-12; Istrouma lost to Tara, 26-22.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: BROADMOOR: QB Joshua Rogers, RB Devontae Thomas, RB-WR Reginald Williams; ISTROUMA: QB Marquise Kaigler, RB Ron Clark, WR Todd Mance.
NOTEWORTHY: Broadmoor needs a win to improve its playoff chances. ... Kaigler, also a standout basketball player, tallied 295 yards of total offense last week for Istrouma, running for one TD and throwing for two others. ... Broadmoor is expected to be without as many as seven players because of injuries. ... The Bucs are led on offense by Rogers and Thomas.
Central vs. Scotlandville
7 p.m. at Louisiana Leadership Institute’s Doug Williams Stadium
RECORDS: Central 4-4, 2-1 in District 4-5A; Scotlandville 7-1, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: Central beat Denham Springs, 31-28 in OT; Scotlandville beat Live Oak, 47-15.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: CENTRAL: WR Gary Triplett, QB Brett Courville, OL Brenton Scardina, LB Zach Hetrick, SS Logan Metcalfe, DB Paul Broussard; SCOTLANDVILLE: WR Larry Clark, RB Dontrail Hilliard, QB Kimani Smith, DL Tanzel Smart, SS Dondre Dobbins, DL Kemonta Davis.
NOTEWORTHY: Both teams have won two straight since losing their 4-5A openers. ... Scotlandville and Central are tied with Denham Springs and Zachary for the 4-5A lead. ... Scotlandville’s Smith has had two straight 300-yard passing games and has 1,610 passing yards for the season. ... Central’s Courville has 981 passing yards. ... Scotlandville is off to its best start since restarting its football program more than a decade ago. ... It is Scotlandville’s second 4-5A game at Doug Williams Stadium. ... Metcalfe made the game-saving tackle in OT for Central last week. ... The radio broadcast is on 1550-AM.
7 p.m. at Walker High
RECORDS: Denham Springs 5-3, 2-1 in District 4-5A; Walker 3-5, 1-2.
LAST WEEK: Denham Springs lost to Central, 31-28 in OT; Walker lost to Zachary, 38-18.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: DENHAM SPRINGS: QB Kyle Cedotal, FB Tyrus Allen, WR Dron Singleton, DE Drew McClendon, DB Sam Guba, LB Matt Hough; WALKER: DE Hayden Erwin, DB Peyton Lejeune, RB-QB Carlton Perkins, QB-DB Tyler Lockhart, DB Kody Driver, WR-SS Shaun Lowe.
NOTEWORTHY: Rival game for two Livingston Parish teams. ... Walker’s Perkins is the state’s rushing leader with 1,643 yards and 23 TDs. ... Anthony Bracey led DSHS last week with 104 yards on 22 carries with two TDs. ... Bracey also leads DSHS for the season with 556 rushing yards. ? DSHS quarterback Kyle Cedotal has 1,301 passing yards and 16 TDs. ... DSHS holds a 10-3 lead in the series and has won the past five games the teams have played. ... Walker’s last win over the Yellow Jackets came in 2005. ... The radio broadcast will be on 1210-AM.
Dutchtown at McKinley
7 p.m. at McKinley High
RECORDS: Dutchtown 8-0, 3-0 in District 5-5A; McKinley 3-5, 1-2.
LAST WEEK: Dutchtown beat Woodlawn, 23-17 in OT; McKinley lost to St. Amant, 45-13.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: DUTCHTOWN: P Terry Hughes, C Brian Hernandez, OG John Saxon, OT Zannie Black, TE Alec Osbourne, DE Darrien Batiste, LB Alex Thibodaux; MCKINLEY: RB Phil Randall, RB Brandon Butler, DT Shawn Tolbert, RB Jourdan Robinson.
NOTEWORTHY: Dutchtown is the only area 5A-4A team that remains unbeaten. ... McKinley RB Lenard Tillery, who has 732 rushing yards, is sidelined by an ankle injury this week. ... DB-RB Landon Collins leads Dutchtown with 977 rushing yards and 19 TDs. ... QB Mason Nickens has 631 rushing yards and 579 passing yards for the Griffins, who are ranked second in Class 5A. ... It is the first meeting for the two schools.
7 p.m. at Woodlawn High
RECORDS: East Ascension 5-3, 1-2 in District 5-5A; Woodlawn 3-5, 1-2.
LAST WEEK: East Ascension beat Catholic, 36-29; Woodlawn 3-5, 1-2.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: EAST ASCENSION: LB Ruben Stephens, RB Jamarcus Jarvis, QB Adam Miller, DB Darren Sharper; WOODLAWN: OL Jimmy Converse, OL Mason Corder, RB Kenneth Collins, RB Emmanuel Stewart, DE Ryan Briggs, LB-S Devante Davis, DE-LB Rudy McAdams.
NOTEWORTHY: Woodlawn faces an Ascension Parish team for the third straight week in 5-5A play. ... The two teams are playing for the first time since 2002. ... EAHS leads the series 3-1. ... Woodlawn won 38-37 the last time the two teams played. ... Jarvis has 695 rushing yards and 335 receiving yards for the Spartans, while Miller has 1,030 passing yards. ... WHS’ Kendall Barnes (1,873 pass yards) and Jamaal Lofton (920 receiving yards) rank among the state leaders.
Live Oak at Zachary
7 p.m. at Bronco Stadium-Zachary
RECORDS: Live Oak 2-6, 0-3 in District 4-5A; Zachary 6-2, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: Live Oak lost to Scotlandville, 47-15; Zachary beat Walker 38-18.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: LIVE OAK: QB Cole Leblanc, OL Clay Landry, WR Beau Forrest, DT Antonio Williams, LB Jacob Brown; ZACHARY: DL Stan Bynum, LB Brant Hernandez, DB Jordan Welch, OL Spencer Garrison, WR Curtis Crenshaw, QB Mason Pace.
NOTEWORTHY: Zachary needs a win to keep pace with the 4-5A leaders. ... Live Oak coach David Dykes and Zachary coach Neil Weiner were both assistants on Sid Edwards’ staff at Central. ... Pace has 1,610 yards passing for the Broncos. ... It is ZHS’ homecoming game. ... The two teams run similar spread offenses. ... Leblanc has passed for about 1,000 yards to lead LOHS, which has lost four straight. ... Zachary has won four straight. ... Listen to the game on the Internet by going to zacharyshools.org and click on Bronco sports live audio feed. ... The game will also be streamed at www.bayousportsnetwork.com or with app IBSN for iPhones and Android phones.
Lutcher at Assumption
7 p.m. at AHS-Napoleonville
RECORDS: Lutcher 7-1; Assumption 8-0.
LAST WEEK: Lutcher beat Belaire, 49-12; Assumption beat Vandebilt Catholic, 27-20.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: LUTCHER: QB Ruston Matherne, RB Daniel Taylor, WR Dorian Semien, OL Dane George, DL Blake Scott, DL Jacob Keller, OLB Christophe Garon, DB Jordan Batiste; ASSUMPTION: QB Hunter Gauthreaux, RB Chris Johnson, OL Jimmy LeBlanc, DL-LB Jasmone Dominigue, DE Denzel Washington, LB Chase Campo.
NOTEWORTHY: A nondistrict game of note for second-ranked AHS and fourth-ranked Lutcher. ... Lutcher’s Taylor leads all area 4A rushers with 1,213 yards and 15 TDs. ... Assumption coach Don Torres wants to see how his team handles the big-game atmosphere. ... Gauthreaux has more than 1,200 yards passing for Assumption, a District 8-4A team. ... Lutcher’s Matherne has 970 yards passing, while Bulldogs DB Batiste is an Ole Miss commitment.
St. Amant vs. Catholic
7 p.m. at Olympia Stadium
RECORDS: St. Amant 5-3, 1-2 in District 5-5A; Catholic 2-6, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: St. Amant beat McKinley, 45-13; Catholic lost to East Ascension, 36-29.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: ST. AMANT: RB Kirk Elisar, FB Cameron Morris, SS Desmond Price, LB Brandon Rogers; CATHOLIC: WR Ken Ward, PK Guy Hymel, LB Austin Dedon, DL Myles Nash.
NOTEWORTHY: St. Amant ended a two-game losing streak last week, while Catholic saw its two-game winning streak end. ... RB Khalil Thomas leads the Bears with 696 rushing yards and six TDs, while WR Ken Ward has 20 catches for 460 yards and four TDs. ... RB Trey Washington leads St. Amant with 612 rushing yards and has scored 14 TDs. ... Guillory has 693 passing yards and has gotten a boost from the return of running back Morris from what was expected to be a season-ending knee injury last spring. ... The radio broadcast will be on 104.5-FM.
at East Iberville
7 p.m. at EIHS-St. Gabriel
RECORDS: Ascension Catholic 3-5, 1-2 in District 9-1A; East Iberville 6-2, 1-2.
LAST WEEK: Ascension Catholic beat Ascension Christian, 28-6; East Iberville lost to St. John, 62-0.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: ASCENSION CATHOLIC: QB Collin Rowland, WR/RB Thomas Gros, NG Delmond Landry, RB/OLB Patrick Butler; EAST IBERVILLE: QB/RB/WR/LB Nicholas Brooks, QB-WR-DB Richard Johnson, RB/WR/LB Lennet Little, OL/DL Reginald Brock, OL/DL Adrian Cummings.
NOTEWORTHY: The winner of Friday’s game has a good shot at getting into the playoffs while the loser is likely eliminated from contention. Ascension Catholic enters with the state’s No. 33 power rating and East Iberville at No. 31, according to louisianasportsline.com. ... East Iberville finishes the regular season at West St. John next week and Ascension Catholic plays at St. John. East Iberville and Ascension Catholic both played in Thursday games last week. ... Friday’s game will be broadcast locally on 1590-AM with coverage beginning at 6:45 p.m.
Bogalusa at Albany
7 p.m. at Albany High
RECORDS: Bogalusa 1-7, 0-3 in District 8-3A; Albany 4-4, 0-3.
LAST WEEK: Bogalusa lost to Amite, 42-0; Albany lost to Jewel Sumner, 41-35.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: BOGALUSA: RB Darrin Holmes, WR/FS Trevonne Mingo, DT Jahi Brown; ALBANY: QB Louis Sansovich, RB Jordan Fitzgerald, Branson Nicolosi, LB Brian Dickerson, DB Dalton Roach, DL Austin Bowers.
NOTEWORTHY: Albany is seeking its first district win following a 4-1 start in nondistrict play. ... Bogalusa’s only win came in a 41-0 victory over Ascension Christian in Week 3. The Lumberjacks have lost three games by five points or less. ... Albany closes the regular season against Amite, ranked third in the 3A state poll.
at Pointe Coupe Central
7 p.m. at PCC-LaBarre
RECORDS: Catholic-Pointe Coupee 2-6, 2-3; Pointe Coupee Central 3-4, 3-2.
LAST WEEK: Catholic-PC lost to Westminster Christian, 42-7; Pointe Coupee Central beat Sacred Heart-Ville Platte, 28-14,
PLAYERS TO WATCH: CATHOLIC-PC: QB Andrew Jarreau, FS Jacob Juge, LB Connor Meche, DL Dylan Ramagos, LB Kyle Hawkins, LB Ethan McGrew; POINTE COUPEE CENTRAL: QB Kevin Bourgeois, RB-DB David St. Cyr, DE D’Aaron Bennett.
NOTEWORTHY: Pointe Coupee Central has rebounded from an 0-2 start in 6-1A play with three straight wins. The Cougars now hold a share of third place in the league standings. ... Forest Cazayoux, who has 463 yards rushing, had Catholic-PC’s only score against Westminster last week on a 9-yard run. ... Catholic-PC stays on the road next Friday when the Hornets close the regular season against False River, another Pointe Coupee Parish rival.
Christian Life at Kentwood
7 p.m. at KHS-Kentwood
RECORDS: Christian Life 6-2, 3-0 in District 7-1A; Kentwood 6-2, 3-0.
LAST WEEK: Christian Life beat Southern Lab, 36-6; Kentwood beat Mount Hermon, 34-8.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: CHRISTIAN LIFE: WR Frank Bartley, RB Jerrell Richardson, WR/DB Dwayne Carral, OL/DT Braxton Morgan, QB Trey Fisher; KENTWOOD: QB Harlan Miller, OG/DT Jay Nichols, OLB Rodney Williams, DE Torandon Watson, DB Tracey Davis.
NOTEWORTHY: The winner of Friday’s game will have sole possession of first place in 7-1A with one week remaining in the regular season. Kentwood hosts Southern lab (6-2, 2-1) in the finale while Christian Life hosts Hannan, which is winless in district. ... CLA is having its best season since reaching the 1A state final in 2008. The Crusaders won only one game last year and two the year before. ... Kentwood can get to seven wins Friday for the first time since reaching the 1A quarterfinals in 2007.
Church Point at Livonia
7 p.m. at Livonia High
RECORDS: Church Point 7-1, 3-0 in District 5-3A; Livonia 7-1, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: Church Point beat Rayne, 27-12; Livonia beat Northwest, 38-12.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: CHURCH POINT: QB Jake Morvant, RB Jacob Boone, LB Tedrick Citizen, SS Chance Roy, DL Dexter Charles. LIVONIA: QB Mason Torres, RB Mark Lewis, LB Marius Beauvais, DL Joey Jarreau.
NOTEWORTHY: Pivotal 5-3A game for both teams. ... Livonia is ranked fifth in Class 3A, while CPHS is not ranked. ... LHS’ Lewis leads area 3A rushers with 1,161 yards and 22 TDs. ... Torres has passed for 1,477 yards and 13 TDs for the Wildcats. ... Brandon Armand has 29 catches for 524 yards for LHS.
Donaldsonville at Brusly
7 p.m. at Brusly High
RECORDS: Donaldsonville 3-5, 1-2 in District 7-3A; Brusly 5-3, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: Donaldsonville lost to Port Allen, 34-30; Brusly lost to St. Charles Catholic, 35-0.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: DONALDSONVILLE: QB Devon Breaux, WR Leondre James, RB Tre Brown, LB Cortez Mitchell, LB Benton Mitchell; BRUSLY: OL Jacob Haydel, DL Allen Dupuy, WR/WR Sherrod Patterson, DL Clarence Jackson.
NOTEWORTHY: Breaux continues to lead all Louisiana passers with 2,185 yards for the season. The Tulane commitment has also rushed for 511 yards, including 141 in last week’s loss to Port Allen. ... Brusly is in position to return home for the first round of the 3A playoffs by winning out. The Panthers, who play at Port Allen next week, are 17th in the state’s power ratings, according to louisianasportsline.com.
Episcopal vs. Capitol
7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium
RECORDS: Episcopal 7-1, 2-1 in District 7-2A; Capitol 0-8, 0-3.
LAST WEEK: Episcopal beat Northeast, 42-12; Capitol lost to Redemptorist, 40-13.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: EPISCOPAL: RB/LB Mike Henry, OL Charlie O’Brien, DT Nick Moore, DB Chris Alexander, WR/DB Jarrell Rogers, K Austin Couvillion; CAPITOL: WR/S Joseph McWilliams, C/DT Michael Brady.
NOTEWORTHY: Darius Stampley and McWilliams provided big plays for Capitol in last week’s loss, Stampley on a 29-yard TD run and McWilliams on a 90-yard kickoff return. The Lions trailed only 19-12 at halftime, but were outscored 21-0 the rest of the way. ... Episcopal has bounced back from its loss to U-High in a district opener with back-to-back double-digit wins. The Knights have moved up to No. 5 in the Class 2A state poll, only two spots behind the Cubs. ... Friday’s game will be broadcast locally on 1460-AM with coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m.
False River Academy
at North Central
7 p.m. at North Central-Lebeau
RECORDS: False River 3-5, 1-4; North Central 1-6, 0-5.
LAST WEEK: False River beat Opelousas Catholic, 23-13; North Central lost to St. Edmund, 53-16.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: FALSE RIVER: RB/DB William Pearce, QB/FS Brody Crappel, FB/DT Brock Rockforte, RB/LB Ashton Brooks; NORTH CENTRAL: QB Markell Chambers, WR Alonzo Harris Jr., WR Gabe Smith, DL Willie Washington.
NOTEWORTHY: False River, which started 2-0, snapped a five-game losing streak with last week’s win. ... North Central has lost five straight since beating Gueydan in Week 3 for its only win. ... Brooks, closing in on a 1,000-yard season, has rushed for 965 yards on 113 carries with seven scores.
vs. East Feliciana
7 p.m. at Clinton Middle School
RECORDS: Glen Oaks 3-4, 1-1 in District 6-3A; East Feliciana 3-4, 1-1.
LAST WEEK: Glen Oaks lost to Parkview Baptist, 56-14; East Feliciana beat Baker, 27-14.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: GLEN OAKS: RB Johnta Hebert, OT Trey Tolliver, WR Kalvin Lee, DL Herbert Kennedy, LB Oscar Paul; EAST FELICIANA: WR Marquel Ross, TE Wando Stampley, QB-DE Kendell Beckwith, OL-DL Dequan Franklin, DB-WR Ellis Eubanks.
NOTEWORTHY: EFHS snapped a four-game losing streak with its win last week. ... Donald Clark will be in his second game as interim coach at GOHS. ... EFHS coach Cedric Anderson is shuffling his lineup on offense in hopes of generating a better passing game. ... Beckwith has more than 1,500 yards of total offense for the Eagles. ... Hebert had TD runs of 37 and 68 yards last week for GOHS.
Northeast at University
7 p.m. at Jeff Boss Field
RECORDS: Northeast 0-8, 0-3 in District 7-2A; University 8-0, 3-0.
LAST WEEK: Northeast lost to Episcopal 42-12; University beat Dunham, 52-28.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: NORTHEAST: QB Taijah Jackson, WR Ronnie Davis, DE Marquial Self, CB Terrance Turner; UNIVERSITY: RB Nick Brossette, QB Kyle Crifasi, WR Zach Aguilar, OL John Trusty, DB Jarrod Franklin, DE: Hayes Stewart, LB Steven Sensley.
NOTEWORTHY: Northeast was ordered to forfeit its two nondistrict wins this week because of an academically ineligible player. ... University, still ranked third in the 2A state poll, is celebrating homecoming Friday night. ... Brossette, with 942 yards on 142 carries, needs only 58 yards to reach the 1,000-yard mark. Crifasi has passed for 815 yards and 11 touchdowns, with only four interceptions.
7 p.m. at Springfield High
RECORDS: Northlake Christian 3-5, 1-2 in District 8-2A; Springfield 4-4, 2-1.
LAST WEEK: Northlake lost to St. Thomas Aquinas, 27-7; Springfield beat Pine, 36-12.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: NORTHLAKE: RB Mallery Mele, QB Josh O’Rear, TE/OLB Will Sigl; SPRINGFIELD: RB Gharmaine Ashton, RB/DB Kimanae Claiborne, RB/LB Tanner Wild, LB Thomas Armstrong, QB Shaquille Smith.
NOTEWORTHY: Springfield has won two straight since losing to Pope John Paul II in its 8-2A opener. ... Ashton is up to 692 yards on 119 carries. ... Springfield celebrates homecoming Friday night. ... Mele has rushed for 1,4000 yards, and O’Rear has scored nine rushing touchdowns.
Port Allen at E.D. White
7 p.m. at E.D. White Catholic-Thibodaux
RECORDS: Port Allen 7-1, 2-1 in District 7-3A; E.D. White 4-4, 1-2.
LAST WEEK: Port Allen beat Donaldsonville, 34-30; E.D. White beat St. James, 21-6.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: PORT ALLEN: RB Ricky Merritt, OT Marcus Keys, OG Troy Latiolais, CB Caleb Johnson, FS Anthony Coleman, LB James Pollard; E.D. WHITE: QB Benton Arceneaux, DT Alex Becnel, DB Matt Daigle, LB Geoffrey Hebert.
NOTEWORTHY: E.D. White got in the win column last week after losing its first two district games by seven combined points. ... Port Allen quarterback Darian Claborne, one of the area’s top dual threats, had 238 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in the win against Donaldsonville last week. ... Port Allen finishes the regular season at home against Brusly in the Sugar Cane Classic. E.D. White travels to face No. 1 St. Charles.
Sojourner Truth Academy
7 p.m. at Wedge Kyes Stadium-Baker
RECORDS: Sojourner Truth Academy 1-6; Baker 1-7.
LAST WEEK: Sojourner Truth lost to Vermilion Catholic, 60-8; Baker lost to East Feliciana, 27-14.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: SOJOURNER TRUTH: RB Darius Wallace, QB Byron Jarrow, DL Lionel Robinson; BAKER: WR-RB-KR-P Brenton Tolliver, WB-DB Michael Gosserand, OG-LB Terrance Catherine, SE-LB Darius Neff.
NOTEWORTHY: A nondistrict game for both teams. ... Sojourner Truth is a New Orleans school and a first-year LHSAA member and finished last week’s game with 11 players. ... The Jaguars are not playing for district honors in 9-2A. ... Baker will be without 11 players suspended earlier this week because of their role in an altercation during a game at Parkview Baptist on Oct. 14. ... The teams will eat a pre-game meal together at the school at 4 p.m. Friday.
at Parkview Baptist
7 p.m. at Parkview.
RECORDS: West Feliciana 5-3, 1-1 in District 6-3A; Parkview 5-3, 3-0.
LAST WEEK: West Feliciana beat L.B. Landry, 42-20; Parkview beat Glen Oaks, 56-14.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: WEST FELICIANA: WR Greg Freeman, OL Brandon Brooks, RB/LB Preston Cobb, DB Trey Gilmore, QB Dennis Bell; PARKVIEW BAPTIST: DB Cole Wilson, DL Tom Bove, DL Josh Perkins, QB Brennan Bozeman, RB Hezekiah Randolph, OL Luke Gomez, TE Sam Wimberly, SE Austin Suits.
NOTEWORTHY: Suits returned a kickoff 81 yards and Wilson a punt 68 yards, giving Parkview a 14-0 lead less than two minutes into last week’s game against Glen Oaks. ... Parkview and West Feliciana each made deep playoff runs last year, Parkview winning the 3A state title and West Feliciana reaching the 3A semifinals. ... The Saints led Landry only 21-20 in the third quarter last week before pulling away late. West Feliciana finished the game with 481 yards of total offense. ... Parkview will be without seven players serving one-game suspensions for their role in the Oct. 14 brawl that ended the PBS-Baker game in the third quarter. ... Parkview, with a Week 10 bye, is playing its final game of the regular season.
at Ascension Christian
7 p.m. at Ascension Christian-Gonzales
RECORDS: White Castle 2-6, 1-2 in District 9-1A; Ascension Christian 0-8, 0-3.
LAST WEEK: White Castle lost to West St. John, 51-8; Ascension Christian lost to Ascension Catholic, 28-6.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: WHITE CASTLE: C/DT Gerald Carlin, DL Xavier Coleman, WR/DB Terrance Taylor; ASCENSION CHRISTIAN: RB/LB Jacob Puryear, WR/DB Dean Washington.
NOTEWORTHY: White Castle trailed West St. John 37-0 at halftime last week. The Bulldogs got their only points in the fourth quarter on Taylor’s 64-yard TD pass from Isaac O’Bear. ... Ascension Christian was shut out last week for the sixth time. ... White Castle running back Tyre Bracken has rushed for 1,222 yards on 164 carries.
at Centreville Academy
7 p.m. at CA-Centreville, Miss.
RECORDS: Silliman 8-2, 3-0 in MAIS 6-2A; Centerville 8-2, 3-0.
LAST WEEK: Silliman did not play; Centreville beat Central Private, 39-20.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: SILLIMAN: FB/LB Austin Gayle, C/DL/K Brady Brian, RB Cobb Kelly, DB Trey Rockford, TE/LB J.Q. Lawston, TE/DE Caleb Blackard; CENTREVILLE: RB/S Colton Terrell, RB/LB Cliff Hurst, OL/DL Chase DeLee, WR/DE Colby Shaw, RB/DB Randy Bell, QB/LB Tyler Towles.
NOTEWORTHY: Silliman Institute is the 6-2A champ with a victory Friday coupled with a Bowling Green victory over Oak Forest. ... Centreville has gone unbeaten in district play by beating its first three opponents by a combined score of 123-27. ... Silliman had a bye last week after beating Adams County on Oct. 14. The Wildcats suffered their lone league loss Sept. 23 at Oak Forest.