1. Rummel (8-0) 1
Last week: Beat Jesuit 10-7
Next: Friday vs. Holy Cross, Gormley
Raiders held Jesuit to 65 yards rushing in slugfest to extend winning streak to 14.
2. Destrehan (8-0) 2
Last week: Beat South Lafourche 55-0
Next: Friday at H.L. Bourgeois
Wildcats avenged 2013 loss caused by forfeit after Hudl-gate, getting first shutout since 44-0 win over Terrebonne last year.
3. Landry-Walker (7-1) 4
Last week: Beat McDonogh 35 23-13
Next: Friday vs. Warren Easton, Behrman
Charging Bucs have given up just 8.6 points per game in past three weeks heading into Friday’s Super 10 showdown
4. Warren Easton (7-1) 5
Last week: Beat Miller-McCoy 40-14
Next: Friday vs. Landry-Walker, Behrman
Deshawn Capers-Smith pushed his season total to 32 TDs with just one interception.
5. Jesuit (6-2) 3
Last week: Lost to Rummel 10-7
Next: Saturday vs. Brother Martin, Gormley, 1 p.m.
Blue Jays held Rummel to 177 yards, but still saw six-game winning streak come to an end.
6. Brother Martin (8-0) 6
Last week: Beat Shaw 36-29
Next: Saturday vs. Jesuit, Gormley, 1 p.m.
Crusaders got 155 passing yards from Jake Broggi, equaling the 8-0 start of school’s 2008 squad.
7. Franklinton (7-1) 7
Last week: Beat Lakeshore 56-14
Next: Friday at East Jefferson, Yenni
Demons have won five straight, averaging 50.8 points while not giving up more than two TDs in any of the games.
8. Hahnville (5-3) 8
Last week: Beat H.L. Bourgeois 58-8
Next: Friday vs. Central Lafourche
Five different players scored, including three TDs by Georgia Tech commit Brandon Singleton in Tigers’ romp.
9. John Ehret (7-1) 9
Last week: Beat Helen Cox 61-0
Next: Friday vs. Higgins, Memstas
Patriots allowed just 72 yards, including (minus-14) rushing to get third shutout of the season.
10. Mandeville (5-3) NR
Last week: Beat Slidell 20-0
Next: Friday at Northshore
Skippers defense continues to impress, giving up a total of 17 points during team’s current four-game win streak.
1. John Curtis (6-1) 1
Last week: Beat Lusher 48-14
Next: Thursday vs. De La Salle, 3:30 p.m., Pan Am
Dontae Jones rushed for 130 yards and two TDs, Hunter Dale had a punt return for a TD in Patriots’ easy win.
2. Riverside (8-0) 2
Last week: Beat South Plaquemines 40-0
Next: Friday vs. Sophie B. Wright
Rebels avenged one of two losses from last season and have shut out two of their past three opponents.
3. St. Charles (6-2) 3
Last week: Beat McMain 49-14
Next: Friday vs. Lusher
Erron Lewis rushed for four touchdowns and Comets scored on seven of first eight possessions in rout.
4. Newman (7-1) 4
Last week: Beat Fisher 59-13
Next: Friday vs. Cohen
Kendal Bussey sets season touchdown record with his 27th, surpassing old mark of Justin Seale (26) in 1998.
5. West St. John (6-2) 5
Last week: Beat Ascension Catholic 32-27
Next: Friday at St. John
Rams trailed 15-8 going into the fourth quarter to win 20th consecutive district game.
6. De La Salle (6-2) 6
Last week: Beat Pope John Paul II 51-0
Next: Thursday vs. Curtis, Pan Am, 3:30
Cavaliers bounce back from loss, get second shutout of the season and third game not allowing a touchdown.
7. Northlake Christian (7-1) 7
Last week: Beat Hannan 33-15
Next: Friday vs. Pine
Wolverines racked up 372 yards on the ground, including 245 by Miguel Black, to bounce back from rare regular season loss.
8. Country Day (7-1) 8
Last week: Beat Covenant Christian 35-14
Next: Friday at Central Catholic
Jace Griffin rushed 21 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns to keep Cajuns perfect in District 9-1A
9. St. James (4-4) NR
Last week: Beat Sophie B. Wright 56-12
Next: Friday at Carver
Wildcats have given up just 12 points in each of past two games to even season mark.
10. McMain (5-3) 9
Last week: Lost to St. Charles 49-14
Next: Friday at Belle Chasse
Mustangs close out season with Friday’s game vs. 4A foe, followed by another against No. 1 John Curtis