Shaw, John F. Kennedy move into top 10 in CCS state football rankings

  • icon
  • icon
  • icon
  • icon
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

CCS High School Football

Archbishop Shaw and John F. Kennedy have good football teams. Both have played good competition.

Both have moved into the Crescent City Sport Top 10 rankings heading into week five of the prep football season.

In Class 4A, Shaw is now tenth after an easy win over Bonnabel. St. Thomas More is still on top after a good win over Catholic of Baton Rouge with unbeaten Neville second ahead of a showdown with Ruston. Dangerous Westgate is up to third ahead of a showdown with Calvary Baptist. Lafayette Christian drops to fourth with North DeSoto fifth.

Lutcher moves up to sixth and Teurlings Catholic is seventh. Unbeatens Tioga and Teurlings Catholic are eighth and ninth, respectively.

John F. Kennedy is now tenth in Class 3A off a forfeit win this past week. Unbeaten E.D. White Catholic is still No. 1 with University Lab second. Sterlington is third with St. James fourth and unbeaten Jena fifth. Amite is sixth with Union Parish seventh. Parkview Baptist moves up to eighth after a big win over Madison Prep, who is now ninth.

Defending Select Division I state champion John Curtis Christian remains on top in Class 5A with defending Division I Non-Select state champion Destrehan second. Karr is third with Zachary fourth and Carencro fifth. Ruston is sixth with Acadiana seventh. High-scoring Airline is eighth with West Monroe ninth and Catholic of Baton Rouge falling to tenth.

Two-time defending Select Division III state champion St. Charles Catholic remains the top-ranked team in Class 2A. Calvary Baptist remains second. Newman is third with Dunham fourth and Oakdale fifth. Northlake Christian is up to sixth with Notre Dame seventh. Many falls to eighth with Loreauville ninth and Oak Grove tenth.

Defending Division IV Select state champion Ouachita Christian is still first in Class 1A with Vermilion Catholic second and Homer third. Haynesville is now fourth following a big win over Glenbrook with Southern Lab fifth. St. Martin’s Episcopal checks in at No. 6 with Riverside Academy seventh and Ascension Catholic eighth. Kentwood and Glenbrook are ninth and tenth off losses.

Crescent City Sports Top 10 Rankings for Week 5
Class 5A
1) John Curtis Christian (3-0)
2) Destrehan (4-0)
3) Karr (4-0)
4) Zachary (3-0)
5) Carencro (4-0)
6) Ruston (3-1)
7) Acadiana (3-1)
8) Airline (4-0)
9) West Monroe (4-0)
10) Catholic (BR) (2-2)
Others to watch: Dutchtown, Holy Cross, East St. John, Brother Martin, Southside, Sam Houston, Parkway, St. Amant, St. Paul’s, Ponchatoula, St. Augustine

Class 4A
1) St. Thomas More (4-0)
2) Neville (4-0)
3) Westgate (4-0)
4) Lafayette Christian (3-1)
5) North DeSoto (3-1)
6) Lutcher (2-1)
7) Teurlings Catholic (3-1)
8) Tioga (4-0)
9) Franklin Parish (4-0)
10) Archbishop Shaw (2-2)
Others: Cecilia, Warren Easton, St. Michael, West Feliciana, Evangel Christian, Plaquemine, Woodlawn (SHR), Assumption, Vandebilt Catholic, Belle Chasse

Class 3A
1) E.D. White Catholic (4-0)
2) University Lab (3-1)
3) Sterlington (3-1)
4) St. James (3-1)
5) Jena (4-0)
6) Amite (2-1)
7) Union Parish (2-2)
8) Parkview Baptist (3-1)
9) Madison Prep (2-2)
10) John F. Kennedy (3-1)
Others to watch: Bunkie, Pine, Iota, Wossman, St. Louis Catholic, Marksville, Westlake, Carroll, Kinder, Buckeye

Class 2A
1) St. Charles Catholic (4-0)
2) Calvary Baptist (4-0)
3) Newman (4-0)
4) Dunham (3-1)
5) Oakdale (4-0)
6) Northlake Christian (4-0)
7) Notre Dame (2-2)
8) Many (2-2)
9) Loreauville (3-1)
10) Oak Grove (2-2)
Others: Episcopal, D’Arbonne Woods, Catholic (NI), Lakeview, Lake Arthur, Lakeside, Vidalia, Ascension Episcopal, Grand Lake, South Plaquemines

Class 1A
1) Ouachita Christian (4-0)
2) Vermilion Catholic (4-0)
3) Homer (3-1)
4) Haynesville (4-0)
5) Southern Lab (3-1)
6) St. Martin’s Episcopal (3-0)
7) Riverside Academy (3-1)
8) Ascension Catholic (3-1)
9) Kentwood (3-1)
10) Glenbrook (3-1)
Others: St. Mary’s, Arcadia, Hanson Memorial, St. Edmund, White Castle, Logansport, Delta Charter, Oberlin, LaSalle, Central Catholic

  • < PREV Three Stars: Tulane handles their business against Nicholls
  • NEXT > National Rankings: LSU 12th in Coaches poll, 13th in AP

Ken Trahan


Print Friendly, PDF & Email

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 with Bill Hammack and Don Jones in 2008. In 2011, the site became On August 1, 2017, Ken helped launch Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Sports Media Association, National Football…

Read more >