Louisiana 3A Top 10 Rankings - Week 6

Lazedrick Thompson

Patterson and St. Charles Catholic continue to be models of consistency. The two south Louisiana squads have been ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, since our Class 3A preseason list was posted back in late June. Last week, there were some shakeups in the top ten, however, and you can read all about it for free.

(last week's rank indicated in parentheses)

1. PATTERSON (1) -- (5-0) -- Last week, the Lumberjacks defeated Kaplan, 61-6. Trevon Stewart, a three-star prospect, finished with four carries for 45 yards, two receptions for 80 yards, an interception and two touchdowns. Jaydrick Declouet (also a three-star) caught two TD passes. Players to Watch: four-star LB Lorenzo Phillips, LB Tremaine Lightfoot, QB Justice Jones QB Denzel Johnson, TE Deondre Skinner, CB Kiyan Jones. This week: at Abbeville (0-6)

2. ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC (2) -- (6-0) -- Last week, the Comets defeated Donaldsonville, 49-8. Lazedrick Thompson, a Tulane commit, scored four times and rushed for 163 yards on 16 attempts. Senior Marcus Hall also ran for a touchdown. DB Jeffrey Hall has multiple scholarship offers. The Comets' defense has stifled opposing offenses, keeping all six foes in single-digits. This week: at No. 7 Port Allen

3. LORANGER (3) -- (6-0) -- Last week, the Wolves defeated Albany, 42-20. Loranger forced four turnovers, including three interceptions, according to lorangerhighschool.net. Junior LSU commit Jeryl Brazil gained 129 yards and scored three touchdowns. B.J. Rainey threw for 123 yards and a pair of TDs. The Wolves have two upcoming district showdowns vs. Independence and Amite. This week: at Bogalusa (1-5)

4. AMITE (4) -- (5-1*) -- Last week, the Warriors defeated then-No. 10 Independence, 28-7. Reginald Porter had a phenomenal effort, according to Matt Sullivan of the (Baton Rouge) Advocate, amassing 199 yards through the air and 112 on the ground. He accounted for two touchdowns. Juwaan Rogers smashed into the end zone on a pair of 1-yard plunges. *Amite's win over non-LHSAA program Madison Prep isn't factored into the playoff power ratings. This week: Jewel Sumner (3-3)

5. LIVONIA (5) -- (6-0) -- Last week, the Wildcats defeated then-No. 6 Rayne, 52-19. Mark Lewis lit it up for 212 yards and four touchdowns. He has 972 yards and 18 TDs on the year, according to the Advocate. Livonia racked up 566 yards of total offense and has scored 52 points on three separate occasions. This week: No. 8 Eunice (5-1)

6. RICHWOOD (7) -- (5-1) -- Last week, the Rams defeated Carroll, 52-6. Richwood's defense stymied Carroll to the tune of negative 34 yards total offense (8 passing, -42 rushing), according to Jerit Roser of the (Monroe) News-Star. QB Andrick Mitchell had three TDs combined rushing and passing. This week: at Madison Parish (2-4)

7. PORT ALLEN (9) -- (6-0) -- Last week, the Pelicans defeated St. James, 26-21. Head coach Guy Blanchard's bunch rallied from a 21-7 deficit for the road victory, according to Perry Pitre of bayoupreps.com. QB Darian Claiborne (pictured below), a burly and athletic natural linebacker, scampered for four TDs. This week: No. 2 St. Charles Catholic

8. EUNICE (NR) -- (5-1) -- Last week, the Bobcats defeated Northwest, 62-19. John Johnson had two scoring jaunts and 153 yards rushing. This week: at No. 5 Livonia

9. NOTRE DAME (NR) -- (3-3) -- Last week, the Pioneers defeated then-No. 8 Jennings, 34-30. Blake Miller, who shared WR MVP Honors at the Lafayette NUC with New Iberia WR La Marcus Allen, scored the game-winning touchdown on a 77-yard reception in the fourth quarter. This week: at Iowa (4-2)

10. AVOYELLES (NR) -- (6-0) -- Last week, the Mustangs defeated Caldwell Parish, 58-48. Avoyelles, which went 2-8 in 2010, has scored a minimum of 40 points in every game. This week: Jena (3-3)

DROPPED OUT: Rayne (5-1), Jennings (4-2), Independence (4-2)

ON THE BUBBLE: Bossier (5-1), Church Point (5-1), Farmerville (5-1), Parkview Baptist (3-3)

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Mark Lewis, Livonia, and Davante' Bourque, Crowley (11 rushes, 243 yards, five TDs)


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