West Monroe, Karr, De La Salle, Notre Dame, Logansport end regular season at top of CCS rankings

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Heading into the playoffs, there are no changes at the top of the final regular season CrescentCitySports.com Top 10 rankings.

West Monroe, Karr, De La Salle, Notre Dame and Logansport are the top-ranked teams in their respective classes.

The Rebels (10-0) finished off another unbeaten season and district title to claim the top spot in Class 5A. Defending Division I state champion Evangel was idle and remains second with John Curtis Christian a close third. Covington completed its first unbeaten regular season since 1988 and is fourth. Acadiana is fifth.

Barbe is sixth with dangerous Landry-Walker, the defending 5A state champion, seventh with a seven-game win streak. Sulphur is eighth with St. Amant moving in at No. 9 after a huge win over East Ascension. Ruston and Zachary are tied for tenth.

In 4A, defending state champion Karr, who has been our top-ranked team for many weeks, finishes that way after a resounding 40-6 win over Warren Easton. Defending Division II state champion St. Thomas More is second with unbeatens Benton and Lakeshore third and fourth. Warren Easton falls to fifth with Neville sixth. E.D. White Catholic is seventh after a huge rivalry win over Vandebilt Catholic. Parkview Baptist is eighth with Leesville ninth and Rayne now tenth.

De La Salle completed its second straight unbeaten season and is No. 1 with unbeaten University a close second. Unbeaten Sterlington is third with West Feliciana fourth. Unbeatens Jena and Iowa are fifth and sixth, respectively, with St. Charles Catholic moving up to seventh. Kaplan moves up to eighth with Richwood down to ninth and Caldwell Parish falling to tenth.

In 2A, unbeaten Notre Dame is No. 1 and the team to beat in Division III. Potent Catholic of New Iberia is second with Newman, who completed its first unbeaten season since 1993 when Peyton Manning was its quarterback, now third. Amite falls to fourth after an upset loss to St. Thomas Aquinas with Many fifth. Welsh, Dunham, St. Helena, Riverside and Ferriday hold their spots from 6-10.

In 1A, defending state champion Logansport survived a scare from St. Mary’s to remain the top-ranked team with Kentwood a close second after a thrilling win over defending Division IV state champ Southern Lab. Haynesville is third with Oak Grove fourth after a big win over Cedar Creek, who falls to tenth. West St. John is fifth. Catholic of Pointe Coupee moves up to sixth after a big win over Opelousas Catholic, who is now ninth. Ascension Catholic moves up to eighth.

Here are your final CrescentCitySports.com Top 10 rankings heading into the state playoffs:

Class 5A
1) West Monroe (10-0)
2) Evangel (7-1)
3) John Curtis (8-1)
4) Covington (10-0)
5) Acadiana (9-1)
6) Barbe (9-1)
7) Landry-Walker (7-3)
8) Sulphur (7-2)
9) St. Amant (9-1)
(tie) 10) Ruston (7-2)
(tie) 10) Zachary (8-2)

Class 4A
1) Karr (9-1)
2) St. Thomas More (9-1)
3) Benton (10-0)
4) Lakeshore (10-0)
5) Warren Easton (7-2)
6) Neville (6-3)
7) E.D. White Catholic (9-1)
8) Parkview Baptist (7-3)
9) Leesville (9-1)
10) Rayne (8-2)

Class 3A
1) De La Salle (10-0)
2) University (10-0)
3) Sterlington (10-0)
4) West Feliciana (9-1)
5) Jena (10-0)
6) Iowa (9-0)
7) St. Charles Catholic (8-2)
8) Kaplan (7-3)
9) Richwood (7-2)
10) Caldwell Parish (8-2)

Class 2A
1) Notre Dame (9-0)
2) Catholic-NI (9-1)
3) Newman (10-0)
4) Amite (9-1)
5) Many (8-2)
6) Welsh (8-1)
7) Dunham (8-1)
8) St. Helena (8-2)
9) Riverside (3-4)
10) Ferriday (8-2)

Class 1A
1) Logansport (10-0)
2) Kentwood (9-1)
3) Haynesville (8-2)
4) Oak Grove (9-1)
5) West St. John (7-2)
6) Catholic-PC (9-1)
7) Vermilion Catholic (8-2)
8) Ascension Catholic (8-2)
9) Opelousas Catholic (7-1)
10) Cedar Creek (9-1)

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