ZACHARY — Lindsey Scott Jr. accounted for 335 yards of offense to help lead Zachary to a 39-21 victory over Live Oak in District 4-5A action Friday night at Bronco Stadium.

The junior quarterback completed 16 of 28 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown. He did much of his damage on the ground, running for 108 yards on 11 carries with four TDs.

Scott scored on runs of 3, 18, 1 and 2 yards for the Broncos (4-1, 2-0), who won their fourth straight game and are tied for first place with Denham Springs in the district standings.

Douglas Coleman caught seven passes for 110 yards, including a 27-yard TD pass for for the winners. Michael Claverie completed 7 of 17 passes for 87 yards and two TDs for Live Oak (1-4, 0-2).

UNIVERSITY 49, GLEN OAKS 7: Nick Brossette only ran the ball five times, but he finished with 103 yards and three touchdowns as the second-ranked Cubs (5-0) improved to 2-0 in District 7-3A. The senior moved into 11th place on the national list for career touchdowns with 122.

Brossette, an LSU commitment, scored on runs of 3, 23 and 60 yards while Manny Miles threw a 13-yard TD pass to Tre Jackson and connected on a 4-yard TD with Jake Wharton. Jalon Baker also threw an 11-yard TD pass to Wharton.

B.J. Smothers ran the opening kickoff back 89 yards to open the scoring for the Cubs.

Eddie Harris scored on a 20-yard run for Glen Oaks (0-5,0-1).

WOODLAWN 51, ASSUMPTION 0: In Napoleonville, Ashton Johnson ran for 110 yards and scored three times and Charles Brooks ran for one score and passed for another as Class 5A Woodlawn improved to 4-1 with the nondistrict win over 4A Assumption (1-4).

Johnson scored on 5 and 7-yard runs and caught a 5-yard scoring pass from Brooks who also scored on a 2-yard run.

Taj Sullivan added a 1-yard scoring run and Ryan Williams returned a punt 40 yards for Woodlawn. Ed Williams led the Panthers defensive effort, picking off a pass and running it back 55 yards for a score, as Woodlawn held Assumption to 98 yards in offense.

LIVONIA 23, MCDONOGH (35) 7: McDonogh 35’s Darius Moore scored on a 64-yard run to give them a 7-0 lead, but it was all Livonia after that as the Wildcats, the ninth-ranked team in Class 3A, scored 23 unanswered points to improve to 4-0.

Malcolm Dedrick ran for 163 yards on 30 carries and scored on a pair of 19-yard runs. The defense did the rest, scoring on a 79-yard fumble recovery by Dequincy Victorian and a safety.

ASCENSION EPISCOPAL 63, ASCENSION CHRISTIAN 0: AES running back Ja’Ceiry Linzer ran for 179 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Gators won in a runaway. Quarterback Jake Arceneaux hit four different receivers en route to going 13-of-16 for 156 yards and three TDs. Zach Ronquillo had eight catches for 89 yards and Brennan Ducote caught two passes, both TDs.

NORTHLAKE CHRISTIAN 19, CAPITOL 7: Miguel Black ran for 115 yards on 25 carries and a 1-yard touchdown as Northlake Christian improved to 5-0. Wesley Brown ran a punt back 35 yards for the first Northlake TD and Josh Landry scored the last on a 9-yard run.


LORANGER 45, WALKER 20: In Loranger, the host Wolves (2-3) compiled 537 yards of offense to snap a three-game losing streak.

Quarterback Evan Johnson ran for 122 yards on 12 carries and scored three TDs and also completed 4 of 7 passes for 162 yards and two more scores for Loranger. Devonte Green contributed 110 yards on 14 carries for the winners. Cody Watts caught TD passes of 74 and 38 yards from Johnson.

Class 5A Walker (0-5) was once again led by quarterback Terry Bozeman, who completed 25 of 51 passes for 273 yards and two TDs. Loranger limited Walker to just 23 rushing yards.

CHEF 45, NOHS 13: Tyler Dixon ran for 133 yards and scored three touchdowns as Christian Home Educators Fellowship scored 31 points in the first half to earn the win over the New Orleans Home School Thursday night.

Dixon scored on runs of 11, and 66 yards and ran a punt back 36 yards for another touchdown. Quarterback Arek Moslander threw a 30-yard scoring pass to David Pourciau and scored on an 8-yard run for CHEF.

Myron Ernest scored on an 11-yard run and Tyler Rhodes ran for an 11-yard TD for NOHS.