Miller scored on runs of 16 and 14 yards in the first quarter as Kentwood (8-2, 5-0 in 7-1A) took control.

Southern Lab (7-3, 3-2), which was playing to earn a share of the district title, got all of its points in the second quarter on Maurice Aucoin’s 3-yard touchdown run and Cardell Brown’s 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

But Kentwood had two scores in the second quarter as well — Torandon Watson’s 3-yard TD run and Thomas Route’s 59-yard touchdown pass to Tracy Davis — to lead 28-14 at halftime.

Kentwood, which ran for 243 of its 349 total yards, added Davis’ 40-yard TD run in the third quarter and Miller’s 12-yard TD run in the fourth.

BAKER 36, GLEN OAKS 12: Kensley Septs ran for three touchdowns, Lavaraus Williams ran for two and Baker totaled 386 yards on the ground to run past Glen Oaks for its first District 6-3A triumph.

Septs ran for touchdowns of 2, 5 and 4 yards, and Baker (3-7, 1-3 in 6-3A) scored in all four quarters.

After Septs scored in the first and second quarters to give Baker a 14-6 halftime lead, Williams had a 30-yard TD run and Septs his 4-yarder for a 28-12 lead in the third quarter.

Williams closed the scoring with a 12-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Johnta Herbert figured in two long touchdowns to pace Glen Oaks (3-6, 1-3). In the first quarter, Herbert broke a 44-yard touchdown run to give the Panthers a 6-0 lead. And in the third quarter, he threw a 63-yard touchdown pass to Zach Gistarb.

FALSE RIVER 27, CATHOLIC-POINTE COUPEE 20: In New Roads, Ashton Brooks ran for 138 yards and one touchdown, caught a 20-yard TD and fired a 73-yard touchdown pass; and William Pearce’s 34-yard touchdown run in the third quarter stood as the game-winner for False River Academy.

Pearce’s burst with 9 seconds remaining in the third quarter broke a 20-20 tie and was the game’s final score.

The two District 6-1A teams traded scores all game long.

Josh Schofield’s 31-yard touchdown run gave CHSPC (2-8, 2-5 in 6-1A) a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Brooks connected with Nathan Fulmer on the 73-yard TD pass with 5:48 until halftime as FRA (5-5, 3-4) closed to within 7-6. Cole Frey’s 18-yard TD to Thomas Camper gave CHSPC a 14-6 lead. Brooks then caught a 20-yard TD pass from Brody Creppel and ran in the two-point conversion to tie the game at 14-14 with one second left in the first half.

In the third quarter, Brooks gave FRA a 21-14 lead with a 4-yard TD run before Forest Cazayoux’s 11-yard TD run closed CHSPC within 21-20 with 5:19 left in the third quarter.

WHITE CASTLE 50, ASCENSION CATHOLIC 0: In Donaldsonville, Tyre Bracken, a Southern Miss commitment, ran for four TDs and 180 yards as White Castle cruised in District 9-1A.

Bracken ran for scores of 23, 4, 1 and 65 yards as well as two two-point conversions, and WCHS (4-6, 3-2 in 9-1A) scored in all four quarters.

The Bulldogs totaled 276 yards — with 240 of that coming on the ground — and held ACHS (4-6, 2-3) to 76 yards, including minus-5 on the ground, and just two first downs. WCHS also had seven takeaways (five interceptions), although the Bulldogs turned the ball over four times.

Isaac O’Bear accounted for the Bulldogs’ first two scores, an 11-yard touchdown run and a 7-yard TD pass to Tyree Lang.

Lang later scored a 4-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

EAST FELICIANA 14, WEST FELICIANA 7: In Bains, Kendell Beckwith threw for two touchdowns — both in the first half — and neither team scored in the second half in a tight District 6-3A game.

Beckwith found Ellis Eubanks for a 22-yard touchdown for a 7-0 lead in the first quarter and Kevin Woods on a 40-yard TD pass to break a 7-7 tie in the second quarter to pace East Feliciana (5-4, 3-1 in 6-3A), which finished second in the district.

For West Feliciana (5-5, 1-3), Dennis Bell’s 4-yard touchdown run tied the game at 7-7 in the first quarter.

The team’s had nearly identical rushing totals — East Feliciana’s 139 to West Feliciana’s 141 — and first down totals — East Feliciana’s 12 to West Feliciana’s 10. But East Feliciana had the edge in passing yardage 132-41.

NORTHEAST 38, CAPITOL 12: In Pride, Ronnie Davis played a role in three first half touchdowns — running for two scores and throwing for another — to lead Northeast to a District 7-2A victory.

Davis, who had 66 yards on 10 carries and was 5-for-9 for 86 yards, had a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and then ran for a 30-yard TD and threw for a 30-yard TD to Reggie Richardson to stake Northeast (1-9, 1-4 in 7-2A) to a 24-0 halftime lead.

Richardson, who ran for 74 yards on 11 carries, scored on a 5-yard touchdown run to start an 18-point second quarter.

Capitol (0-10, 0-5) scored touchdowns in the third and fourth quarter.

Northeast totaled 234 yards on the ground and came away with five takeaways, including four interceptions.

Also for Northeast, Demarcus Eubanks had a 23-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Dominique Yates broke off a 26-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.