Destrehan-Terrebonne, Kentwood-McDonogh 35 highlight Thursday football games

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A showdown between two of the top three teams in District 7-5A take place Thursday night.

Terrebonne (5-1, 2-0) hits the road and tries to knock off defending Non-Select Division I state champion Destrehan (6-0, 3-0) in a game that will air live and via replay, always free, at Crescent City Sports.

In another intriguing matchup, Class 1A power Kentwood (5-1) faces Class 3A McDonogh 35 (3-2) at Pan American Stadium.

Both teams enjoyed shutouts in their last outings. The Kangaroos are coming off a 40-0 victory over Thrive Academy while the Roneagles handled Abramson, 31-0.

Airline at Haughton
Avoyelles at Holy Savior Menard
Basile at Oberlin
Ben Franklin at Albany
Bolton at Jena
Catholic (PC) at Opelousas Catholic
Cedar Creek at Lafayette Renaissance Charter
Crescent City Christian at St. Martin’s Episcopal
Dutchtown at Live Oak
East Iberville at Ascension Catholic
Green Oaks at Calvary Baptist
Houma Christian vs. Riverdale, 6:30 p.m. at Joe Yenni Stadium
Huntington at Woodlawn (SHR)
Kentwood vs. McDonogh 35 at Pan American Stadium
Lake Charles College Prep at St. Louis Catholic
Landry vs. Higgins, 6:30 p.m. at Hoss Memtsas Stadium
Liberty at Woodlawn (BR)
Lutcher at Hahnville
McKinley at St. Michael
Merryville at Hamilton Christian
M.L. King Charter at Chalmette
Oak Grove at Ferriday
Parkway at Byrd
Rosepine at Pickering
Sophie B. Wright vs. Patrick Taylor, 6:30 p.m. at Muss Bertolino Stadium
Southwood at Benton
Tara at Istrouma
Terrebonne at Destrehan
Teurlings Catholic at Lafayette Christian
Thrive Academy at Southern Lab
Vandebilt Catholic at South Terrebonne
Westlake at Iowa

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