Team (pre-season ranking in parentheses)

Large schools

1. Jesuit (6) 12-2

Blue Jays won Division I championship, first since 1960

2. Rummel (2) 11-1

Raiders, bidding for third straight title, reached Division I semifinals

3. Destrehan (5) 14-1

Wildcats reached 5A title game and are 26-3 over past two seasons.

4. Warren Easton (1) 12-3

Eagles reached 4A title game, school’s first trip to finals since 1958

5. Brother Martin (NR) 10-3

Crusaders started season 8-0, reached Division I semis

6. Hahnville (7) 9-4

Tigers reached 5A quarterfinals in first year under Nick Saltaformaggio

7. Franklinton (NR) 12-2

Demons advanced to Class 4A semifinals, losing to eventual champ Neville

8. Landry-Walker (3) 10-3

Charging Bucs reached Class 4A quarterfinals, losing to Franklinton

9. Mandeville (NR) 9-4

Stingy defense helped Skipper reach Class 5A quarterfinals

10. Karr (9) 8-4

Cougars earned share of 9-4A crown, posted wins over Curtis and Easton

Small schools

1. John Curtis (1) 10-2

Patriots have held top spot every week for past two seasons

2. Riverside (3) 12-1

Rebels dominated all season before falling in Division III semis to champion Calvary Baptist

3. St. Charles (4) 9-3

Frank Monica’s squad reached the Division II semifinals

4. Newman (2) 11-2

Kendall Bussey, Jay Tyler and Co. reached Division III semifinals

5. West St. John (5) 10-3

Rams made it to Class 1A semifinals and lost to champion Haynesville

6. St. James (NR) 8-5

Lowell Narcisse threw for 3,124 yards and 31 TDs as Ctas reached 2A quarterfinals

7. De La Salle (7) 8-4

Cavaliers, 5-5 a year ago, reached Division II quarterfinals

8. McMain (NR) 6-5

Mustangs, whose wins included one over 4A Belle Chasse, lost in first round of 3A playoffs

9. Pine (NR) 6-5

Raiders reached regional round of the Class 2A playoffs, losing to runner-up Kinder

10. Northlake Christian (6) 9-3

Miguel Black put up big numbers and Wolverines reached Division III quarterfinals