CCS Prep Football Rankings: Notre Dame takes top spot while Rummel, Carencro, St. Paul’s, Holy Cross move up after week one
With the loss by Lafayette Christian to Acadiana, Notre Dame has taken over the top spot in Class 2A in our Week Two Crescent City Sports Top 10 rankings.
Defending 2A state champion Ferriday is up to second with Lafayette Christian now third. St. Charles Catholic is fourth off of an impressive win over 5A Slidell with Many fifth. Amite is now sixth with Newman seventh. General Trass moves in at No. 8 off of an outstanding win at Evangel Christian. Kentwood is ninth and Episcopal is now No. 10.
In 5A, Catholic of Baton Rouge remains on top off of a very good win over a good University High squad. Defending Division I state champ Archbishop Rummel is now second off of a 41-0 win over Hammond. John Curtis Christian is third with defending 5A state champion Acadiana fourth and Zachary fifth. Brother Martin moves up to sixth with East Ascension seventh. St. Paul’s, off of a huge win over Destrehan, is eighth while Holy Cross moves in at No. 9 and West Monroe drops to 10th.
Four-time defending state champion Karr is No. 1 in 4A off of a very good 45-20 win over Warren Easton. Defending Division II state champ St. Thomas More is second. Carencro jumps all the way up to third off of an eye-opening shutout win at West Monroe. Neville is fourth with Warren Easton falling to fifth. Bastrop is sixth with Eunice seventh and Tioga now eighth. Cecilia is in at No. 9 while Northwood, which scored 60 points, is tenth.
Catholic of Baton Rouge hosts Karr Thursday night at Memorial Stadium while St. Thomas More entertains Archbishop Rummel Friday night in a pair of showdown of elite teams.
Defending 3A state champion St. James is on top in Class 3A with De La Salle a solid second. Both looked very good in victories last Friday. Madison Prep is up to third with McDonogh 35 now fourth and U-High fifth. Sterlington falls to sixth with Union Parish seventh. Jennings is in at No. 8, Parkview Baptist is ninth and Booker T. Washington of New Orleans is No. 10.
In 1A, defending Division IV state champion Ouachita Christian is No. 1 off of a solid win over Jena. Defending 1A state champ Oak Grove is second. Logansport is third with Catholic-Pointe Coupee fourth and Southern Lab fifth. West St. John is No. 6 with Calvary Baptist seventh. Haynesville is eighth, Vermilion Catholic is ninth and Opelousas Catholic is No. 10.
Here are your CrescentCitySports.com post-Week One Top 10 rankings for 2020:
1) Catholic (BR)
2) Archbishop Rummel
3) John Curtis Christian
6) Brother Martin
7) East Ascension
8) St. Paul’s
9) Holy Cross
10) West Monroe
Others to watch: Ruston, St. Augustine, Hahnville, Mandeville, Destrehan, Scotlandville, Haughton, Alexandria, East St. John, Byrd, Northshore
2) St. Thomas More
5) Warren Easton
Others to watch: Minden, Teurlings Catholic, Vandebilt Catholic, Belle Chasse, Carver, Leesville, South Lafourche, Lakeshore, Evangel Christian, Landry
1) St. James
2) De La Salle
3) Madison Prep
4) McDonogh 35
5) University High
7) Union Parish
9) Parkview Baptist
10) Booker T. Washington (NO)
Others to watch: Lake Charles College Prep, Lutcher, Loranger, Wossman, Brusly, Donaldsonville, Church Point, Iota, St. Louis Catholic, Loyola Prep
1) Notre Dame
3) Lafayette Christian
4) St. Charles Catholic
8) General Trass
Others to watch: Dunham, Catholic (NI), Kinder, Mangham, Loreauville, Catholic (NI), Red River, Holy Savior Menard, Ascension Episcopal, North Caddo
1) Ouachita Christian
2) Oak Grove
4) Catholic (PC)
5) Southern Lab
6) West St. John
7) Calvary Baptist
9) Vermilion Catholic
10) Opelousas Catholic
Others to watch: Riverside Academy, Ascension Catholic, Sacred Heart (VP), White Castle, Central, Cedar Creek, East Iberville, Delhi, St. Frederick, LaSalle
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Born and raised in the New Orleans area, CCSE CEO Ken Trahan has been a sports media fixture in the community for nearly four decades. Ken started NewOrleans.com/Sports with Bill Hammack and Don Jones in 2008. In 2011, the site became SportsNOLA.com. On August 1, 2017, Ken helped launch CrescentCitySports.com. Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Sports Media Association, National Football…