Destrehan, Westgate, Union Parish, Many, OCS claim top spots in CCS Week 5 state rankings

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CCS High School Football

There has been no team in Louisiana more impressive than the Karr Cougars.

After dismantling an outstanding Warren Easton squad last week, the Cougars destroyed an outstanding St. Augustine team 49-7 in a game Saturday night streamed live on Crescent City Sports in the first District 9-5A contest.

Unfortunately for Karr, the Cougars were forced to forfeit three games by the LHSAA, reducing their overall mark to 1-3.

Still, there are certainly no better teams on the field than Karr so the Cougars stay at No. 3 in our latest Crescent City Sports Class 5A Top 10 rankings for week five.

Destrehan continues to dominate and the Wildcats move into the top spot after crushing rival Hahnville, 41-3.

St. Augustine falls to fourth with Zachary fifth. Unbeaten Archbishop Rummel is sixth with Acadiana seventh. Ruston is eighth after a big win over Lafayette Christian. Unbeaten Byrd is ninth after a big win over rival Captain Shreve and John Curtis Christian moves back in at No. 10 after whipping Jesuit.

Defending state champion Westgate moves up to No. 1 in 4A after a 4-0 start. St. Thomas More and Lafayette Christian, both losers to top 5A schools, move to third and fourth with unbeatens Leesville and Teurlings Catholic fifth and sixth, respectively. Warren is seventh with Lutcher eighth, Neville ninth and unbeaten North DeSoto tenth.

Union Parish moves into the top spot in 3A after a record-setting performance by LSU commit Trey Holley, who became the all-time leading rusher in Louisiana prep football history. Defending 2A state champion Amite is second with University Lab up to third. E.D. White Catholic drops to fourth with Church Point now fifth.

Madison Prep and St. James move up to sixth and seventh after wins. Newcomers are unbeatens Pine, Sophie B. Wright and Carroll in the No. 8-10 spots.

Many remains solid at No. 1 in Class 2A winning its showdown with Newman. Unbeaten Episcopal is up to second with Newman falling to third. Oak Grove moves up to fourth with Notre Dame falling to fifth. St. Charles Catholic drops to sixth with Calvary Baptist seventh. Grand Lake is eighth with Mangham up to ninth and unbeaten Vidalia in at No. 10.

Ouachita Christian is solid in the top spot in Class 1A. Defending 1A state champion Homer is now second with unbeaten Kentwood third after a big win over 5A Walker. Unbeaten Vermilion Catholic is fourth and Southern Lab is fifth. Unbeaten Glenbrook is moving up to sixth with Logansport seventh and Catholic of Pointe Coupee eighth.

The other two new teams are Riverside Academy at No. 9 and unbeaten White Castle at No. 10.

Crescent City Sports Louisiana Top 10s for Week Five
Class 5A
1) Destrehan (4-0)
2) Catholic (BR) (3-1)
3) Karr (1-3)
4) St. Augustine (3-1)
5) Zachary (3-1)
6) Archbishop Rummel (4-0)
7) Acadiana (3-1)
8) Ruston (3-1)
9) Byrd (4-0)
10) John Curtis Christian (3-1)
Others: Brother Martin, Captain Shreve, East St. John, Parkway, West Monroe, West Ouachita, Southside, Denham Springs, Hammond, Slidell, Carencro

Class 4A
1) Westgate (4-0)
2) De La Salle (4-0)
3) St. Thomas More (3-1)
4) Lafayette Christian (3-1)
5) Leesville (4-0)
6) Teurlings Catholic (4-0)
7) Warren Easton (2-2)
8) Lutcher (3-1)
9) Neville (3-1)
10) North DeSoto (4-0)
Others: West Feliciana, Belle Chasse, Plaquemine, Tioga, McDonogh 35, Cecilia, Franklin Parish, Opelousas, Grant, Huntington

Class 3A
1) Union Parish (3-1)
2) Amite (3-1)
3) University Lab (2-2)
4) E.D. White Catholic (3-1)
5) Church Point (4-0)
6) Madison Prep (2-2)
7) St. James (3-1)
8) Pine (4-0)
9) Sophie B. Wright (4-0)
10) Carroll (3-0)
Berwick, Parkview Baptist, Abbeville, Bogalusa, Richwood, John F. Kennedy, Kinder, Lake Charles College Prep, Iowa, St. Louis Catholic, Patterson, Livingston Collegiate, John F. Kennedy

Class 2A
1) Many (4-0)
2) Episcopal (4-0)
2) Newman (3-1)
4) Oak Grove (3-1)
5) Notre Dame (3-1)
6) St. Charles Catholic (2-2)
7) Calvary Baptist (2-2)
8) Grand Lake (4-0)
9) Mangham (3-1)
10) Vidalia (4-0)
Others: North Caddo, Avoyelles, Dunham, Welsh, Rosepine, D’Arbonne Woods, Lakeview, Winnfield, Country Day, Lakeside, Delcambre

Class 1A
1) Ouachita Christian (4-0)
2) Homer (3-1)
2) Kentwood (4-0)
4) Vermilion Catholic (3-0)
5) Southern Lab (2-1)
6) Glenbrook (4-0)
7) Logansport (3-1)
8) Catholic (PC) (4-0)
9) Riverside Academy (3-1)
10) White Castle (4-0)
Others: Sacred Heart, Ascension Catholic, St. Frederick, Haynesville, Arcadia, St. Martin’s Episcopal, Hanson Memorial, Slaughter Community Charter, Central Catholic, Basile, Cedar Creek, LaSalle, Elton

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