Sacred Heart opened District 5-1A play by efficiently handling the woefully undermanned North Central Hurricanes Friday night, 40-6, to win their third game in a row. Next week, the 3-2 Trojans host winless False River for homecoming.
The heavily-favored Church Point Bears came to Pine Prairie Friday night and didn’t waste anytime introducing the Panthers to Class 3A fooball. Church Point rattled off 36 points and let their defense and special teams do the talking.
Mamou (1-5) went to DeQuincy to begin District 4-2A action Friday night. The Tigers made short work of Mamou and won by a score of 48-6. DeQuincy scored six times in the opening half and totaled up over 320 yards in the half, according to a Lake Charles newspaper website.
For as long as most VPHS alumni can remember, hard-fought battles against Port Barre and Oakdale have been part of the Bulldogs’ profile. After crushing Oakdale in week four, the Bulldogs now look to begin District 5-3A competition with a big win over Port Barre (4-1) in week six.