Boys

Classes 5A-4A

1. SCOTLANDVILLE (22-2)

The Hornets won twice more and face Walker in key 4-5A game this week.

2. EAST ASCENSION (21-4)

EAHS is off to a fast start in 5-5A, including a win over Catholic.

3. PLAQUEMINE (16-4),

BELAIRE (17-5)

The two 6-4A leaders have been impressive all year and meet Tuesday night.

5. WALKER (19-4)

Hosting Scotlandville in 4-5A gives the Wildcats a chance to enhance their status locally.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN

Catholic (16-6), McKinley (14-8), St. Michael (11-9), Denham Springs (11-11)

Classes 3A and below

1. UNIVERSITY (17-3), MADISON PREP (18-5)

Class 2A MPA and 3A University rank among the state’s best in any class.

3. EPISCOPAL (22-4), PORT ALLEN (13-8)

Another top 2A (EHS) and 3A (PAHS) duo that continues to excel.

5. DUNHAM (20-5)

The Tigers and Episcopal square off in a key district game Tuesday.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Christian Life (18-3), Brusly (14-6), Southern Lab (16-8), White Castle (13-8)

Girls

Classes 5A-4A

1. DENHAM SPRINGS (21-2)

An impressive come-from-behind 4-5A win over Zachary is the latest conquest for DSHS.

2. ST. MICHAEL (17-8)

The balanced Warriors are the area’s top 4A team and have played a tough schedule.

3. ZACHARY (17-9), M c KINLEY (16-9)

McKinley leads 5-5A and ZHS is second to DSHS in 4-5A.

4. WALKER (17-9)

Last year’s 5A runner-up is on a bit of a roll now.

5. EAST ASCENSION (11-9)

The Spartans trail McKinley by one game in 5-5A standings.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN:

St. Amant (16-10), Scotlandville (13-11) and Livonia (10-11).

Classes 3A and below

1. UNIVERSITY (17-7)

The Cubs hold a slim lead in 6-3A but have met all challenges so far.

2. SOUTHERN LAB (20-3), MADISON PREP (20-4)

MPA helps lead a solid the area 2A contingent, while Southern Lab tops the list of area 1A teams.

4. PARKVIEW BAPTIST (15-10)

The Eagles are one-loss behind University.

5, HOLDEN (19-5)

The Rockets are still soaring in Class B.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Albany (19-6), Donaldsonville (14-7), Episcopal (15-7), Dunham (17-8)