PRIDE - Jordan Lange and Harrison Domingue each scored two touchdowns, leading The Dunham School to a 34-14 victory over Northeast High in a District 7-2A game played Friday night.
The teams traded TDs in the early going. But the Tigers (4-3, 2-0) took control by scoring 20 unanswered points in the second quarter.
Domingue had scoring runs of 3 and 37 yards for the Tigers, who will host third-ranked University High this week. Lange scored on an 89-yard kickoff return and a 5-yard run.
The other Dunham TD came on a 4-yard run by Daniel Megison.
Ronnie Davis threw scoring passes of 18 yards to Jalen Snowden and 7 yards to Darryl Adams for Northeast (2-5, 0-2).
EAST IBERVILLE 34, ASCENSION CHRISTIAN 13: In Gonzales, Nick Brooks and Lennet Little each ran for more than 100 yards to help EIHS (6-1, 1-1) claim a District 9-1A road victory.
Brooks finished with 171 yards on 15 carries and scored on runs of 40, 43 and 4 yards. A 20-point second quarter also was the catalyst for the Tigers.
Little had 101 yards on just six carries, including a long run of 36 yards.
Dean Washington scored on a 67-yard run for Ascension Christian (0-7, 0-2).
CARENCRO 28, BARBE 14: In Lake Charles, Alex Johnson and Jalen Nixon each ran for 116 yards to keep the third-ranked Bears (7-0, 4-0 in District 3-5A) unbeaten.
Johnson caught a 47-yard TD pass from Nixon and also scored on a 21-yard run. Nixon had touchdown runs of 15 and 2 yards and also passed for 179 yards.
ACADIANA 49, LAFAYETTE 5: In Lafayette, eighth-ranked Acadiana (6-1, 3-1) scored a total of 35 points in the second and third quarters to break wide open another District 3-5A game.
Stryker Trahan ran for 85 yards on three carries to help the Wreckin’ Rams tally 236 rushing yards.
Waylon Simoneaux scored on a 60-yard run to pace Lafayette (1-6, 1-3). The Lions host a local team, Broadmoor, this week.
WESTGATE 35, CENTRAL LAFOURCHE 0: In New Iberia, Brandon Malveaux ran for 214 yards and scored two TDs to lead Westgate (4-3, 4-0 in District 7-5A) to its fourth straight victory.
Malveaux had TD runs of 27 and 34 yards for the Tigers, who scored in every quarter. D’Nerius Antoine finished with 66 yards on nine carries with touchdown runs of 16 and 42 yards.