Seventh-ranked Plaquemine High of Class 4A rolled past Belaire 59-18 in its District 6-4A opener played Friday night at Belaire.

Austin Mitchell’s four first-quarter touchdowns set the tone for the Devils, who led 41-0 at halftime.

D’Morea Wicks completed 10-of-11 passes for 193 yards and three TDs to Mitchell, who finished with 134 all-purpose yards.

Plaquemine outgained Belaire (2-5, 0-2) 563 to 186 on offense, and but the Bengals ran more offensive plays.

Belaire’s 16 points came in the fourth quarter courtesy of Tyler Woods’ 12-yard TD pass to Taurus Wilson and Tim Johnson’s 9-yard run.

PARKVIEW BAPTIST 59, GLEN OAKS 18: Kayin White’s three TDs led seventh-ranked Parkview Baptist to a District 7-3A win at home.

Glen Oaks (0-7, 0-3) only trailed by two in the second quarter after a 13-yard TD pass from Eddie Harris to Derrick Gardner, but Parkview (5-2, 3-1) scored 32 unanswered points to pull away.

Parkview gained 337 yards of total offense and held Glen Oaks to 207.

Reggie Hayes scored two TDs for the Eagles and K.J. Drummer returned an interception 49 yards for a TD.

ASCENSION CATHOLIC 62, ASCENSION CHRISTIAN 7: In Donaldsonville, Ascension Catholic garnered its fourth blowout win of the season to cruise to a District 8-1A victory. Cole Amedee returned two blocked punts for TDs and Ashton Bourgeois returned a fumble recovery 25 yards for a score.

Ascension Catholic (6-1, 2-0) compiled 383 yards of offense while holding Ascension Christian (2-6, 0-2) to 92, and forced four Lions fumbles.

Four Bulldogs brought in multiple TDs: D.C. Mattingly threw two TDs and ran in one, Cleveland Fefie caught two, Jacquel Wade caught one Chris Middleton ran eight yards for Ascension Christian’s TD.

LIVONIA 53, PORT BARRE 0: In Port Barre, Malcolm Dedrick ran for 142 yards on 10 carries and Cee Jay 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.

VANDEBILT CATHOLIC 17, BRUSLY 13: In Houma, O’Shawn Henderson ran six yards to score Vandebilt’s game-winning TD in the nondistrict matchup for the Terriers first win of the season.

Jacob Lecompte set up Henderson’s TD after returning an interception of Brusly quarterback Connor Manola 91 yards to the Brusly 9-yard line.

Vandebilt Catholic (1-6) trailed the entire game, and the Panthers (1-6) outgained the Terriers 348 to 87 while gaining 18 first downs to Vandebilt’s five.

Josh Allen led Brusly with 130 all-purpose yards and both TDs.

SILLIMAN 53, WAYNE ACADEMY 0: In Clinton, Silliman Institute won its homecoming game with ease over winless Wayne Academy.

In the first half, seven Wildcats scored, and Silliman (7-2) led 47-0 after two quarters.

Silliman’s first three TDs came from defensive plays. William Douglas returned an interception 51 yards, Colton Strain returned a blocked punt 31 yards and Caleb Jackson returned an interception 58 yards.

Silliman held Wayne Academy (0-9) to 18 yards of offense.

REDEMPTORIST 48, SCI ACADEMY 0: Redemptorist scored all 48 points in the first half in route to its first win of the season.

Michael Williams completed 9-of-10 passes for 101 yards and two TDs and rushed 48 yards for two more TDs. Williams passed to Cameron Callihan and Donald Johnson for the scores.

Redemptorist (1-6, 0-3) compiled 271 yards of offense while holding Sci Academy to negative-24 yards. Cedric Triplet opened up scoring with a 7-yard TD and Emmanuel Knighten added a 1-yard TD for the Wolves.