Updates from the LHSAA state championship football games.

Advocate staff photo by CATHERINE THRELKELDLivonia's Russell Farris is brought down by Jennings' Sherman Garet during a Class 3A semifinal playoff game last season at Livonia. Show caption
Advocate staff photo by CATHERINE THRELKELDLivonia's Russell Farris is brought down by Jennings' Sherman Garet during a Class 3A semifinal playoff game last season at Livonia.

Click here for updates on the state championship football games in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Class 3A championship game between Union Parish (13-1) and Livonia (14-0) is about to kickoff. Livonia won the toss and is deferring until the second half. (Read from bottom and work way to top)

2nd Overtime

Livonia - Union Parish DB Monquiarious Caldwell picks off a Svoy pass on first down.

Union Parish- Desmond Turner 9 yard TD run wins it. Final. Union Parish 33, Livonia 27.

Overtime (Livonia wins toss, and elects to go on defense first. )

Union Parish - On third down, Isaiah Robinson scores on a 1 yard run. Chase Spatafora PAT good. Union Parish leads 27-20. Now Livonia gets a chance.

Livonia possesion - Russel Farris scores from one yard out on fourth down. Extra point good. Headed to double overtime tied 27-27.

4th quarter

(0:00) Headed to overtime.

(1:33) Union barely gets punt off. Livonia takes over at its own 22 with just 1:35 left.

(1:44) Union Parish will be forced to punt after this timeout. Still tied.

(3:21) Livonia punts, Union Parish takes over at its own 40. Still tied 20-20.

(5:55 left) Livonia starts possesion at its own 22 with 5:55 left. Game still tied 20-20.

(7:34) Livonia’s Russel Farris scores on a 5 yard run. We’re all tied at 20 with 7:34 left.

3rd quarter

End of quarter. Union 20, Livonia 13.

(0:34) Union’s Travion Caldwell intercepts a Savoy pass.

(7:38) 65 yard TD run by Jamarius Williams. Dezian Wilson with the 2 point conversion run. Union Parish now leads 20-13 with 7:38 left in the third.

(9:43) Savoy 40 yard TD pass to Darius Hammond on opening drive of the half. incomplete on conversion. Livonia leads 13-12.

2nd quarter

(0:00) End of the first half. Union Parish 12, Livonia 7.

(:50) Quandarius Qualls blocks Livonia’s 23 yard field goal attempt.

(9:43) Shamar Turner with a 28 yard TD run right up the middle, but Turner stuffed on 2-point conversion. Union Parish leads 12-7 with 9:43 left in first half.

(11:05) Union Parish DE Quandarius Qualls sacks and strips QBKerry Savoy and Farmers take over.

1st quarter

(0:00) End of first quarter: Livonia leads Union Parish 7-6.

(3:05) Union Parish answers. 51 yard TD run by QB Jamarius Williams. Extra point fails. Livonia leads Union Parish 7-6 with 3:05 left in first quarter.

(4:27) Livonia scores on a 1-yard run by Kerry Savoy. Wildcats lead 7-0 with 4:27 left in first quarter. 12 plays, 52 yards.

(8:36) Union Parish has fumbled on its first two possesions. Livonia didn’t cash in on the first one.

In the second game, Kinder played Many to decide the Class 2A state championship.

Final score: Kinder 34, Many 20

Jordan Vickers tacks on a 25-yard run to up Kinder’s lead. It’s now Kinder 34, Many 20 with 51 seconds left in the game.

Bryce Baker of Kinder intercepts a Xavier Dias pass with 1:34 remaining. Kinder close to wrapping up a state title.

Kinder is at the MHS 3 with 1:56 remaining. This could decide the ball game. Jordan Vickers scores on a 3-yard run with 1:52 to go. A 16-play, 87-yard drive that took 9:10 off the clock. Austin Pickle’s 2-point PAT pass to Zach Rider gives Kinder a 26-20 lead over Many.

End of third quarter Many 20, Kinder 18.

Dias runs 37 yards and a facemask penalty gives Many a first down at the Kinder 12. Dias caps the drive with a 6-yard TD run at the 1:24 mark in the third quarter. TD run caps an 81-yard drive and gives Many a 20-18 lead.

Many capitalizes on a fumble. QB Xavier Dias scores on a 1-yard run with 9:14 left in the third quarter. Kinder 18, Many 14.

Half ends. Kinder 18, Many 7.

Kinder nearly gets another TD in closing seconds of the half, but loses a fumble inside the Many 5.

And Kinder does it again. Jordan Vickers scires on a 55-yard TD run up the middle with 10:04 left in the half. Kinder 18, Many 7.

Kinder 12, Many 7 after one quarter.

Khalil LeBlanc returns an interception 61 yards for a TD to regain the lead. The 2-pt PAT try fails, but Kinder leads Many 12-7 with 23 seconds left in the first quarter.

Many answers nine seconds later. Xavier Dias throws a 39-yard TD pass to Josh Berry. Blaze Brazil’s PAT kick gives Many a 7-6 lead with 4:22 to go in first quarter.

Austin Pickle scores on an 18-yard run with 4:31 left in the first quarter to give Kinder a 6-0 lead over Many.

Game has begun and Kinder is in the red zone on its second possession.

In the first game, Haynesville played Mangham for the Class 1A state championship.

Haynesville led 6-0 after the first quarter, thanks to a 4-yard TD run by CaVontae Critton. Kemme Weeks’ 26-yard TD run gave Mangham a 7-6 lead with 11:49 left in the half. But a second 4-yard TD run, this one by Tyus Early helped Haynesville reclaim the lead. Critton’s 2-point PAT run made it 14-7.

And Haynesville added another TD on a 22-yard run by James Jackson. HHS now leads Mangham 21-7 with 4:13 to go in the half.

Ridge Heisler’s 30-yard TD pass to Trei Criff pulls Mangham to within a TD. Haynesville 21, Mangham 14 with 43 seconds left in the half.

Halftime score: Haynesville 21, Mangham 14

A 2-yard TD run by Weeks and a PAT kick by Heisler ties it with 6:36 left in third quarter. Haynesville 21, Mangham 21. A 64-yard Mangham drive.

Kendrick Jackson recovers a Weeks fumble in the end zone to give Haynesville a go-ahead TD with 1:36 left in the third quarter. Two-point PAT run fails. Haynesville 27, Mangham 21.

Haynesville 27, Mangham 21 at the end of the third quarter.

Jerrell Jackson scores on a 58-yard run for Haynesville 8:49 remaining in the game. James Jackson’s 2-point PAT run lifts Haynesville’s lead to 14 points. Haynesville 35, Mangham 21.

And Haynesville adds to its lead with a 21-yard TD run by Early with 6:09 to go in the game. Haynesville 42, Mangham 21.

FINAL SCORE: Haynesville 42, Mangham 21; Haynesville wins its 16th state title, its first since 2009.

Kemme Weeks Outstanding Player for Mangham; Kendrick Jackson Outstanding Player for Haynesville.