BREAUX BRIDGE — Drake Guidry threw a pair of touchdown passes as ninth-ranked Breaux Bridge improved to 3-1 in District 5-4A with a 14-0 win over St. Martinville on Friday night.

Guidry threw an 8-yard scoring pass to Javin Derouselle in the first quarter and a 21-yarder to Javeyan Williams in the second quarter to give Breaux Bridge (5-2) all the points it needed.

The Breaux Bridge defense was the star of the night as the Tigers held their cross-parish rivals to 20 yards of offense and picked off a St. Martinville pass.

LIVONIA 53, PORT BARRE 0: In Port Barre, Malcolm Dedrick ran for 142 yards on 10 carries and C.J. Powell threw for three scores and ran for another as Livonia, the fifth-ranked team in Class 3A, remained undefeated.

Powell threw a 24-yard scoring strike to Kendrick Paul, a 57-yarder to Donovan Robertson and a 9-yard TD pass to Stephen Guidry. He also scored on a 56-yard run.

Dedrick scored on runs of 24 and 56 yards and Derrick Wells scored on 14 and 4-yard runs as Livonia (6-0, 2-0) ran for 516 yards while holding Port Barre (2-5, 0-2) to 75 yards.

CATHOLIC-NI 61, WESTMINSTER 0: In Opelousas, Andre Bellafontaine scored four touchdowns and Seth Pierre had two long touchdown runs as undefeated Catholic High of New Iberia (7-0), the second-ranked team in Class 2A, improved to 2-0 in District 5-2A.

Bellafontaine, who finished with 106 yards on five carries, scored on runs of 45, 31 and 29 yards and caught an 83-yard pass from Jason Pellerin. Pierre led all rushers with 138 yards on four carries and ran for 71 and 61-yard touchdowns as the Panthers racked up 559 yards of offense while holding Westminster Christian Academy (0-7, 0-2) to 135 yards.

VERMILION CATHOLIC 46, HIGHLAND BAPTIST 20: Hunter Frith tossed four touchdown passes and ran for another as Vermilion Catholic, the third-ranked team in Class 1A, remained undefeated in District 7-1A.

Frith, who completed 18 passes in 34 attempts for 281 yards, threw 28 and 34-yard TD passes to Tyler Derouen, a 34-yarder to Payton Trahan, and a 72-yard strike to Emile Trahan. He also scored on a 13-yard run as Vermilion Catholic (6-1, 4-0) racked up 32 points in the first half.

Bronte Griffin scored on 23 and 67-yard runs and Logan Jordan threw a 46-yard scoring pass to Brody Griffin but had four interceptions for Highland Baptist (4-3, 1-2).

CHURCH POINT 59, NORTHWEST 20: Christian Veronie scored five touchdowns as sixth-ranked Church Point (7-0, 2-0) remained tied with Livonia in District 5-3A.

Veronie, who rushed for 139 yards on 16 carries, scored on runs of 13, 3, 7, 5 and 4 yards. Deion Monroe, and Frederick Williams also scored for the Bears as they put up 48 points in the first half and finished with 436 yards of offense.

Northwest’s Chris Lee ran for 164 yards and scored on runs of 5 and 1 yards. He also threw an 80-yard TD pass to Matthew Angelle as Northwest dropped to 1-6 and 0-2.

ST. EDMUND 56, NORTH CENTRAL 0: Zach LaFleur ran for 122 yards on 16 carries and a 5-yard touchdown and Drew Brown scored a pair of touchdowns and threw for another in the convincing District 5-1A victory for St. Edmund (4-3, 2-0) over North Central (1-6, 0-2).

It was no contest from the start as the Blue Jays scored 43 points in the first half as Brown threw a 21-yard scoring pass to Drake Brunet and ran for 1- and 15-yard TDs. William Chachere added 19 and 10 yard scoring runs, and Ross LaFleur and Alex Hunt also scored.

VILLE PLATTE 25, PINE PRAIRIE 7: In Pine Prairie Thursday night, Pine Prairie jumped out to an early 7-0 lead before Ville Platte scored the last 25 points to earn the District 5-3A victory.

Pine Prairie opened with the scoring with a 65-yard pass from Dylan Doucet to Allen Myles but Ville Platte’s Shabby Charles ran the ensuing kickoff back 65 yards for a touchdown to cut the lead to 7-6.

Ville Platte took the lead for good when Terese Thomas scored on a 10-yard run. Dylan Jones added a 4-yard TD run and Quan Fontenot scored on a 15-yard run to wrap up the scoring.

Ville Platte improved to 3-4 overall and 2-0 in district while Pine Prairie dropped to 3-4 and 0-2.