RAYNE — Alvinosky Lefleur ran for 5- and 9-yard touchdowns as LaGrange rallied for 16 points in the fourth quarter to take a 36-20 win in District 4-4A over previously undefeated Rayne (4-1, 1-1), the sixth-ranked team in Class 4A.

Markell Hawthrone scored the first and last touchdowns for LaGrange (1-4, 1-1).

John Michael Besse scored on a 12-yard pass from Jaylon Reed and a 6-yard run for Rayne.

CHURCH POINT 41, NORTH VERMILION 3: Christian Veronie ran for 137 yards and a 27-yard touchdown and Troy Matte threw a pair of touchdown passes as Church Point, the eighth-ranked team in Class 3A, upped its record to 5-0 with the non-district win.

Troy Matte scored on a 1-yard run and threw a 68-yard scoring pass to Frederick Williams and a 6-yarder to John Wyatt-Treme. Anthony Thibodeaux picked off a North Vermilion pass and ran it back 25 yards for a touchdown, and Tyler Wheeler wrapped up the scoring with a 4-yard run.

North Vermilion dropped to 1-4.

ST. EDMUND 44, WESTMINISTER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 0: In Opelousas, Drake Brunet and Drew Brown each threw a pair of touchdown passes as St. Edmund (2-3) to shut out Westminster Christian Academy (0-5).

Brunet tossed an 11-yard scoring pass to Alex Hunt and 40-yard TD pass to Cullen Brown, while Drew Brown threw 13- and 30-yard scoring passes to Aaron Sittig.

Brown also recovered a fumble and ran it 3 yards for a touchdown as the Blue Jays scored 38 points in the first half.

LIVONIA 23, MCDONOGH (35) 7: McDonogh 35’s Darius Moore scored on a 64-yard run to give them a 7-0 lead, but it was all Livonia after that as the Wildcats, the ninth-ranked team in the latest Class 3A poll, scored 23 unanswered points to improve to 4-0 on the season. Malcolm Dedrick ran for 163 yards on 30 carries and scored on a pair of 19-yard runs. The defense did the rest, scoring on a 79-yard fumble recovery by Dequincy Victorian and a safety.

McDonough dropped to 1-4 on the season.

PARKVIEW BAPTIST 35, BRUSLY 14: Parkview Baptist quarterback Reggie Hayes Jr. said he never covered so much ground in such short of a time.

On the Eagles’ first play from scrimmage following Trent Kavanaugh’s fumble recovery, Hayes emerged from his offensive line to find a gaping hole up the middle and sprinted into the school’s record book.

Hayes dashed 97 yards to break a tie early in the second quarter and provide No. 7 Parkview Baptist with a lead it wouldn’t relinquish in a home District 7-3A victory over Brusly.

The second of Hayes’ three-touchdown outing, to go along with a team-high 152 rushing yards, broke Paul Plaisance’s previous record-scoring run of 88 yards and ignited a stretch of 21 straight points.

KINDER 53, IOTA 0: In Kinder, Welles Colley ran for three touchdowns and Taylor Johnson had two scores as fifth-ranked Kinder (5-0) blanked Iota. Colley ran for 29, 11 and 43 yards while Johnson, who led all rushers with 161 yards on 14 carries, scored on runs of 37 and 33 yards.

Jordan Vickers added a 37-yard TD run and Hayden Thomas ran for a 72-yard score for last year’s Class 2A champion.