St. Thomas More takes top spot in latest CCS statewide rankings for week seven

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CCS High School Football

Destrehan, Union Parish, Many, Homer stay on top in their classifications

The Lafayette area is the dominant force in Class 4A.

Perhaps the top three teams in the state are all in that class and all in the Division II select bracket when the playoffs arrive.

St. Thomas More, no stranger to state titles, ascends to the top spot in this week’s Crescent City Sports Class 4A Top 10 rankings for week seven.

Lafayette Christian and unbeaten Teurlings Catholic are next and are very, very close. Teurlings Catholic remained unbeaten with a huge win over defending state champion Westgate.

Lafayette Christian hosts Teurlings Catholic this week in a showdown while St. Thomas More looms later in the season for LCA and Teurlings.

Unbeaten De La Salle is a very close fourth with a punishing run game and good defensive front.

Westgate falls to fifth after losing to Teurlings Catholic with Warren Easton sixth and Lutcher seventh. North DeSoto, West Feliciana and Neville complete the top 10.

The 5A rankings remain unchanged with Destrehan still on top and Catholic High of Baton Rouge second. Karr remains the most impressive team and is third, due to three forfeit losses. St. Augustine is powerful and fourth with defending state champion Zachary fifth.

Acadiana is sixth with Ruston seventh. John Curtis Christian is eighth and the Patriots face a showdown at Acadiana this week. Unbeatens East St. John and Parkway round out the top 10.

Union Parish, led by Trey Holly, is still on top in 3A with University Lab up to second. E.D. White Catholic is up to third with unbeaten Church Point fourth and Madison Prep now fifth.

St. James moves up to sixth while Bogalusa moves in at No. 7 after a big win over Amite. Unbeaten Carroll is eighth with Parkview Baptist up to ninth and Amite now 10th.

Many remains on top in Class 2A with unbeaten Episcopal second. Newman is third with St. Charles Catholic fourth and Calvary Baptist up to fifth. Mangham is sixth with unbeaten Welsh up to seventh. Notre Dame is eighth with Dunham ninth and Winnfield in at No. 10.

Defending state champion Homer is on top in 1A with Ouachita Christian second. Kentwood is third with unbeaten Vermilion Catholic fourth and Glenbrook fifth. Catholic-Pointe Coupee is sixth with Riverside Academy seventh. Southern Lab is eighth, Haynesville is ninth and Central Catholic moves up to 10th.

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

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

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

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

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

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