St. Thomas More now Class 4A’s top team in CrescentCitySports.com Top 10 Rankings

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Coming off of a Division II state championship, St. Thomas More is at an all-time high and playing with extreme confidence.

That is evidenced by the 129-0 margin the Cougars have posted against three opponents this season. The most recent shutout was a very impressive 35-0 whipping of a good Plaquemine squad.

As a result, St. Thomas more has moved into the top spot in the new CrescentCitySports.com Class 4A Top 10 rankings.

Warren Easton holds strong in second after a 14-12 win over defending Class 5A state champion Landry-Walker. Defending 4A state champ Karr is now third after a narrow 28-26 loss to powerful De La Salle. Neville moves up to fourth after its first win and Benton is up to fifth. The Tigers have scored 160 points in three wins. McDonogh 35 is up to sixth, Parkview Baptist drops to seventh and North DeSoto moves up to eighth after a big win over Many.

The new additions to the top 10 are Lakeshore at No. 9 and Vandebilt Catholic in the tenth spot. The Titans have scored 135 points in three victories while the Terriers have outscored their last two opponents 95-10.

West Monroe continues to top the 5A rankings after an easy win over Wossman. Evangel Christian had its game with Trinity Christian canceled and stays second with John Curtis Christian a strong third after putting up 66 points against a good Parkview Baptist squad. Archbishop Rummel remains fourth after a good win over Riverside with Acadiana up to fifth after a good win over Carencro.

Scotlandville downed Southern Lab and is sixth, Barbe has been very impressive and is seventh. Destrehan moves back in at No. 8 after a big win over John Ehret. Unbeatens St. Amant and Covington move into the rankings at ninth and tenth, respectively.

De La Salle remains on top in 3A after its huge win over Karr with University a very close second after a statement win over Catholic of Baton Rouge. St. Charles Catholic stays third after a shutout win over Wilkinson County, MS with unbeatens West Feliciana fourth and St. James fifth. Unbeatens Sterlington, Iowa, Jena, Berwick and Jennings round out the top 10.

Notre Dame drilled Teurlings Catholic 44-7 to remain on to in 2A. Amite is a solid second with Riverside third, despite a 1-2 record against brutal competition. Catholic of New Iberia moves up to fourth with Many fifth. Kinder moves up to sixth, Welsh is seventh with Ferriday eight and Newman ninth. Mangham moves into the top ten at No. 10.

Defending state champion Logansport continues on top in 1A with Kentwood second and West St. John third. Haynesville falls to fourth and Oak Grove is fifth. Ouachita Christian moves up to sixth with Covenant Christian seventh. Lafayette Christian is up to eighth with Elton moving into the Top 10 at No. 9 and Ascension Catholic tenth.

Here are your CrescentCitySports.com Top 10 rankings for week four:

5A
1) West Monroe (3-0)
2) Evangel (1-1)
3) John Curtis (2-1)
4) Rummel (1-0)
5) Acadiana (3-0)
6) Scotlandville (3-0)
7) Barbe (3-0)
8) Destrehan (2-1)
9) St. Amant (3-0)
10) Covington (3-0)
Others to watch: Ruston, Ouachita Parish, Captain Shreve, Sulphur, Catholic-BR, Zachary, John Ehret, Landry-Walker, Terrebonne, St. Augustine

4A
1) Warren Easton (3-0)
2) St. Thomas More (3-0)
3) Karr (2-1)
4) Neville (1-2)
5) Benton (3-0)
6) McDonogh 35 (1-2)
7) Parkview Baptist (1-2)
8) North DeSoto (3-0)
9) Lakeshore (3-0)
10) Vandebilt Catholic (3-0)
Others to watch: Carver, Teurlings Catholic, Plaquemine, Leesville, Rayne, Lutcher, Woodlawn (SH), Carencro, Westgate, E.D. White Catholic

3A
1) De La Salle (3-0)
2) University (3-0)
3) St. Charles Catholic (3-0)
4) West Feliciana (3-0)
5) St. James (3-0)
6) Sterlington (3-0)
7) Iowa (3-0)
8) Jena (3-0)
9) Berwick (3-0)
10) Jennings (2-0)
Others to watch: Crowley, Archbishop Hannan, Donaldsonville, Caldwell Parish, Union Parish, Richwood (2-1), Albany, Loranger, Kaplan

2A
1) Notre Dame (2-0)
2) Amite (3-0)
3) Riverside (1-2)
4) Catholic-NI (3-0)
5) Many (2-1)
6) Kinder (2-1)
7) Welsh (2-0)
8) Ferriday (3-0)
9) Newman (3-0)
10) Mangham (3-0)
Others to watch: Vidalia, Red River, Ascension Episcopal, Northeast, Dunham, Lakeside, St. Helena, General Trass, Holy Savior Menard, Delhi Charter

1A
1) Logansport (3-0)
2) Kentwood (2-1)
3) West St. John (2-1)
4) Haynesville (1-2)
5) Oak Grove (2-1)
6) Ouachita Christian (2-1)
7) Covenant Christian (3-0)
8) Lafayette Christian (3-0)
9) Elton (2-0)
10) Ascension Catholic (3-0)
Others to watch: Cedar Creek, Centerville, Houma Christian, Oberlin, East Iberville, Opelousas Catholic Sacred Heart (VP) (3-0), Catholic-PC (2-1), Vermilion Catholic (2-1), Woodlawn-BR

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