The Lutcher offense was dominant and the defense did its part in a 41-0 shutout of St. Michael the Archangel on Friday night at Woodlawn High School.

It was just the second win of the season for the Bulldogs (2-5, 1-1 District 6-4A), who faced three Class 5A teams in nondistrict play.

“We played a difficult schedule to start the year, had a whole lot of close games, so to be able to come out and be able to take care of business early on is something we really need to reward these kids,” Lutcher coach Dwain Jenkins said.

St. Michael (2-5, 0-2) fumbled on its first drive, a sign of the struggles to come for the rest of the night.

Lutcher recovered the fumble went and on to score a 12-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kolby Bourgeois to receiver Norris Johnson.

St. Michael got a break when a holding penalty overturned a punt that Lutcher receiver Gregory Clayton returned for a touchdown — but that turned out to be a moot point. Later on the drive, running back Daevon Adams scored on a 50-yard run to put the Bulldogs up 14-0 with 3:00 left in the first quarter.

Bourgeois went 10 for 13 with 170 yards passing, 26 yards rushing and two touchdown passes.

St. Michael had a big chance to score before halftime but could not capitalize on safety Chase Fisher’s interception. The Warriors gained four first downs on the drive but had to punt with 45 seconds left in the half.

“You have to go in and play your brand of football,” St. Michael coach Justin Hutchinson said. “Right now, the best thing we can do is run the football straight ahead and try to get little gains and keep the chains moving. Don’t stall out on drives and don’t get penalties that put you deep behind the chain.”

St. Michael quarterback Kade Stuart went 9 for 15 with 106 yards passing, while running back Lance Robinson has 77 yards rushing.

DE LA SALLE 55, LUSHER CHARTER 12: Kendall Collins rushed for 147 yards and two touchdowns and Julien Gums passed for three scores as the Cavaliers remained undefeated with a District 10-3A win.

Gums completed 7 of 10 passes for 113 yards. All three touchdown throws came in the first quarter as De La Salle (6-0, 2-0) opened a 28-0 lead over Lusher (3-4, 0-2).

B.J. Randle had 50 yards receiving and two touchdowns, and Aaron Marquez had a game-high 50 yards receiving and one TD. The Cavaliers took advantage of five turnovers and held the Lions to 213 yards from scrimmage. Miles Stewart and Ari Broussard each had 33 yards rushing for Lusher.

KARR 35, BELLE CHASSE 21: The Cougars, holding a seven-point lead in the third quarter, got a 9-yard touchdown run from Ahmad Antoine and a 12-yard touchdown from Jahii Howard to go ahead by 21 points early in the fourth quarter.

Belle Chasse (4-3, 0-2 District 9-4A) challenged Karr for much of the game despite gaining just 56 yards passing. The Cardinals gave up a long touchdown just before halftime.

Skylar Perry completed 12 of 19 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns, both to Anthony Spurlock.

Jordan Mariana rushed for 79 yards and a touchdown for the Cardinals.

Karr (6-1, 1-0) faces McMain next week. Belle Chasse hosts South Terrebonne.

Kennedi Landry contributed to this report.