BATON ROUGE - University High continued to roll, defeating Capitol 42-0 Friday night.
University, ranked third in Class 2A, moved to 7-0 overall and 2-0 in District 7-2A.
Cubs running back Nick Brossette stole the show with four total touchdowns - three in the first quarter - including a 31-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Crifasi.
University did all of its scoring in the first half, totaling 42 points.
Along with Brossette’s three scores, Tristan Cooper hauled in a 9-yard touchdown reception from Crifasi in the first.
The second quarter was much of the same for the Cubs as Cooper and Brossette each added another score, with Jarrod Franklin scoring from 11 yards out.
University held Capitol (1-6, 0-2) to 79 yards of total offense.
ST. JOHN 21, WHITE CASTLE 13: In White Castle, a running back duel was on display in the second district game of the season.
For St. John (5-2, 2-0), Christian Primeaux paved the way with 135 yards and three touchdowns.
For White Castle (2-4, 1-1), it was Tyre Bracken with 184 yards and two scores.
St. John led 8-7 at halftime after recording a safety and a Primeaux touchdown in the second quarter.
However, White Castle jumped in front heading into the fourth quarter after a 1-yard touchdown run from Bracken.
Trailing by five, St. John turned to Primeaux, who scored from 12 and 26 yards out to give St. John the win.
St. John outgained White Castle 319-286.
WEST ST. JOHN 47, ASCENSION CATHOLIC 19: In Donaldsonville, West St. John totaled over 500 yards of total offense as the Rams stay tied for first with St. John in 9-1A.
Rams wide receiver Jairus Moll hauled in two touchdown receptions from Austin Howell and added a 31-yard touchdown run in a first quarter where West St. John (5-2, 2-0) scored 28 points.
Down 41-7 in the fourth, Ascension Catholic added a pair of touchdowns. Alex Olivier scored on a 75-yard run, while Thomas Gros caught a 44-yard pass from Collin Rowland.
Ascension Catholic (2-5, 0-2) recorded three first downs and 199 of total yards. The Bulldogs had 140 penalty yards.
EPISCOPAL 55, REDEMPTORIST 33: At Episcopal, the game featured two drastically different halves.
In the first half, Episcopal (6-1, 1-1) held a one-point lead over Redemptorist (2-5, 1-1), in large part because of the play of Wolves quarterback Josh Courtney.
Courtney, who finished the game completing 21-of-27 of his passes for 278 yards and four touchdowns, passed for three scores in the first half - connecting with Donald Gage twice.
But the second half belonged to the Knights and running back Mike Henry.
Episcopal broke the game open in the third with 21 points. Henry rushed for 223 yards on 35 carries for five touchdowns.
Four of Henry’s touchdowns came in the second half.
The Wolves scored 13 points in the second half. The teams combined for 852 yards of total offense and 43 first downs.
POINTE COUPEE CENTRAL 20, FALSE RIVER 13: In New Roads, Pointe Coupee Central had a balanced attack, gaining 373 yards of total offense.
Pointe Coupee Central (2-4, 2-2) got out to a 13-0 lead at halftime, before adding a final touchdown in the fourth on a 12-yard David St. Cyr touchdown run.
False River (2-5, 0-4) has lost five straight. For the Gators, Ashton Brooks gained 109 yards on the ground, and the team scored 13 points in the fourth quarter.
INDEPENDENCE 42, ALBANY 13: In Independence, Miquel Toefield scored three touchdowns and rushed for 122 yards on 13 carries to move Independence to 5-2 overall and 1-1 in District 8-3A.
Albany (5-2, 0-2) got on the board first with a Brian Dickerson 2-yard touchdown run, but Independence took over from there.
The Tigers scored 28 points in the second quarter, with all three of Toefield’s scores coming in the quarter.
Both teams had similar success on offense, with Albany gaining 297 yards - 15 more than Independence.
CATHOLIC-POINTE COUPEE 20, NORTH CENTRAL 0: In New Roads, Catholic-Pointe Coupee allowed 101 yards of total offense and shutout North Central.
Catholic-PC (2-5, 2-2) scored three touchdowns, one in each of the first three quarters.
Cole Frey scored on a 17-yard run in the first quarter, followed by two Forest Cazayouk touchdowns from 5 and 45 yards respectively.
North Central (1-6, 0-4) had more penalty yards (120) than offensive production.
COVENANT CHRISTIAN 42, BATON ROUGE CHRISTIAN 16: Covenant Christian scored 28 second half points and had five rushing touchdowns from Mark George en route to their win over Baton Rouge Christian.
George started things off in the first quarter with scores from 9 and 61 yards respectively.
Baton Rouge Christian’s Joseph Reynard was the beneficiary of a 5-yard Darius Moses pass in the second quarter, closing the gap 14-8 at halftime.
But George started the second half with two 5-yard touchdown runs.
Baton Rouge Christian had 232 yards of total offense, but struggled with 11 penalties for 115 penalty yards.
SILLIMAN INSTITUTE 34, ADAMS COUNTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 12: In Clinton, the Wildcats came out on top in their final home game of the 2011 season.
Silliman (5-4) fell behind 12-0 heading into the second quarter, but clawed its way back with consecutive touchdowns from Jason Palermo and J.Q. Austin.
Adams County Christian (1-8) was shutout in the second half and managed just 192 yards of offense in the game.
Silliman added 21 points in the second half, which included a 52-yard interception return for a touchdown by Colt Ducote in the fourth quarter.
For Silliman, Palermo ended the night with 15 carries for 89 yards and two touchdowns.
Adams County received a big contribution from Lester Wells, who rushed for 156 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns, but it proved to be not enough.