NO. 19 BUNKIE (7-3) AT NO. 14 NORTH DESOTO (6-4) -- Senior QB Hudson Bain threw for 298 yards as Bunkie whipped Bolton, 47-20, in Week 9. Quinshay Adams caught six of those passes for 154 yards. Senor RB Lamichael Smith dashed for four touchdowns and 226 yards in North DeSoto's win over Green Oaks last month. The Griffins are averaging more than 31 points per game, but they were held scoreless last week by Loyola.
North DeSoto, 21-19
NO. 22 MCMAIN (7-3) AT NO. 11 WEST FELICIANA (6-4) -- Running back Joshua Rounds has 1,013 yards for McMain, which has won six straight. West Feliciana has dropped three of its last five, but that was against a murderers' row which included 5A Jesuit and 3A powers Parkview Baptist and Redemptorist. In fact, the Saints held a 20-7 lead over Redemptorist before the Wolves stormed back to win, 28-20. QB Deshawn Morrison has more than 1,500 all-purpose yards for West Feliciana.
West Feliciana, 37-7
Holy Cross, 34-12
NO. 26 ABBEVILLE (4-6) AT NO. 7 PATTERSON (8-2) -- Four-star RB Kenny Hilliard, an LSU commit, is the breadwinner for Patterson. WR/DB Dexter Aucoin is committed to Tulsa. Abbeville, which is coached by a former Acadiana High assistant, runs the split-back veer and RB Gerald Minnick (797 yards, 10 TDs) should get plenty of carries.
NO. 23 EUNICE (5-5) AT NO. 10 KAPLAN (8-2) -- The lower-seeded Bobcats, coached by Paul Trosclair, are always a formidable opponent. John Johnson ran for 90 yards and sophomore kicker Taylor Aguillard booted three field goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as Eunice knocked off Church Point last week. Kaplan RB Jalen Baker rushed for 376 yards on only 14 attempts earlier this year for the Pirates.
NO. 18 RICHWOOD (5-5) AT NO. 15 JEWEL SUMNER (7-3) -- The Rams, similar to Eunice, are never a welcome sight on the opposite side of the field, no matter their record. Last week, Richwood upset Carroll, 22-14, with Rob Emerson gaining 112 yards on the ground. WR Ladarius Gardner has been a consistent playmaker for the Cowboys, who have lost three of their last four.