Roundup: Woodlawn’s Charles Brooks tosses 5 TDs in win over Assumption

Woodlawn rolls past Assumption 40-12

Woodlawn quarterback Charles Brooks threw five touchdown passes, including two to Courtney Walker, and the Panthers raced to a comfortable first-half lead en route to a 40-12 victory over Assumption on Friday night.

Woodlawn (3-2) had a 40-point lead before the Mustangs (1-4) scored their first touchdown on a Ty Domissier 2-yard run.

Brooks’ five touchdown passes are believed to have tied a school record.

Five players scored for the Panthers (3-2), who open District 5-5A play next week at Dutchtown.

Woodlawn held Assumption to 200 yards from scrimmage. The Mustangs begin District 7-4A play at Ellender.

PARKVIEW BAPTIST 27, BRUSLY 7: In Brusly, Blake Taylor recovered a blocked punt in the end zone, part of a three-touchdown outburst in the second quarter that pointed the way to a Parkview victory in District 7-3A.

The Eagles (4-1, 2-0) trailed Brusly 7-0 in the second quarter when Tee Sparrow scored on a 45-yard pass from Reggie Hayes, tying the game. Parkview took the lead on Taylor’s recovery in the end zone, then made it 21-7 on a Hayes 1-yard run.

The Eagles gained 293 yards from scrimmage.

The Panthers (1-4, 0-2) took an early lead on a 4-yard pass from Blake Manola to Tyree Johnson.

UNIVERSITY 56, GLEN OAKS 20: The second-ranked Cubs piled up 465 yards of offense in rolling to a 7-3A victory.

Glen Oaks (3-2, 0-1) broke out to a 6-0 lead on a 52-yard interception return by Christian Walker. The Cubs (5-0, 2-0) answered with 49 straight points to lead 49-6 on scoring runs of 2 and 10 yards by Jordan Davis and 5 and 18 yards by Nick Brossette.

U-High’s D’Vante Dotson also scored on a 12-yard pass from Chandler Johnson and on a 60-yard punt return. Davis added a third TD on a 12-yard run to close out the scoring for the Cubs.

LANDRY-WALKER 19, McKINLEY 14: The Charging Buccaneers finished nondistrict play with a perfect record, holding off McKinley at Panther Stadium.

The Panthers (got a 30-yard touchdown run from Tyrone Scott and a 20-yard touchdown run from Brandon Butler, but Landry-Walker (5-0) held them scoreless in the fourth quarter.

The Charging Bucs open District 10-4A play at home against Edna Karr next week. McKinley (2-3) begins District 5-5A play at East Ascension.

ST. JAMES 54, FISHER 0: The Wildcats ended a 25-gmae losing streak dating back to 2010 by blanking the Gators in St. James.

Freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse had five touchdowns passes, two of them Rashaan Dennis.

St. James (1-4, 1-1 8-2A) led the Gators (0-4, 0-2) 41-0 at halftime and the teams played running time in the second half.

OPELOUSAS CATHOLIC 45, CATHOLIC-POINTE COUPEE 14: In Opelousas, the Vikings erased an early deficit and answered with 24 consecutive points in the second and third quarters to pull away from Catholic-Pointe Coupee in nondistrict action.

T.J. Venable ran for two touchdowns and scored another on a 34-yard pass from Evan Wagley. Aaron Miller added touchdown runs of 30 and 20 yards for the Vikings (4-1).

Gabe Vanergrift and Landon LeMay scored touchdowns for the Hornets (3-2), who open District 5-1A play at St. Edmund’s next week.

Opelousas Catholic begins District 5-2A play at Loreauville.

WEST FELICIANA 36, KENTWOOD 16: In St. Francisville, Anthony Ebbs had 123 rushing yards and Ryan Reed added 90 rushing yards as the Saints (4-1) cruised past Kentwood (3-2).

Jazmond Ferguson caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Michael Johnson.

West Feliciana rolled up 444 yards from scrimmage and took a 30-8 lead into the fourth quarter.

West Feliciana hosts Glen Oaks next week. Kentwood hosts Varnado in its District 6-1A opener.

ERATH 17, ST. JOHN-PLAQUEMINE 16: In Erath, the Bobcats erased a 16-3 halftime deficit and got two second-half touchdowns from Elijah Mitchell to pick up their first win of the season.

The Eagles (0-5) lost despite having a 293-250 edge in total yards.

Erath (1-4) begins District 6-3A play next week against Abbeville. St. John opens District 8-1A play at Ascension Catholic.

LIVONIA 16, McDONOGH (35) 14: In Livonia, a 41-yard fourth-quarter field goal from Henry Frech proved to be the game-winner as the Wildcats squaked past the Roneagles.

Frech also connected on field goals of 22 and 27 yards for Livonia (3-2), which also got an 11-yard touchdown run from Kerry Savoy in the first quarter.

McDonogh 35 (2-3) lost despite holding a 316-203 advantage in total yards. The Roneagles lost two fumbles and threw an interception.

DUNHAM 34, NORTHEAST 22: Drake Davis caught two touchdown passes from Jyron Walker and returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to lift the Tigers to their fourth straight win.

Dunham (4-1, 2-0 District 6-2A) broke out to a 21-6 halftime lead.

Walker added a 6-yard run in the third quarter as the Tigers built a 34-6 lead.

Northeast (2-3, 0-1) got a pair of TDS from

CAPITOL 42, ISTROUMA 7: Capitol broke out to an 18-0 first-half lead and never looked back in a 6-2A clash at Memorial Stadium.

Anthony Williams scored on a pair of 1-yard TDs and Joe McWiliams caught touchdown passes of 3 and 26 yards to lead the Lions (4-1, 2-0).

Istrouma’s lone score came on a 43-yard hookup between Derek Willard and Trie Gibson in the second period. The Indians fell to 1-4, 1-2.

CHRISTIAN LIFE 55, ALBANY 34: Christian Life scored on two long kickoff returns as the Crusaders hung on for a wild non district win.

Damieon Lee had a 81-yard kickoff return for a TD and Malik Harrison had a 91-yard kickoff returns for Christian Life (4-1).

Harrison also caught a 66-yard TD pass from Jacob Williams and Sidney Nesom scored twice for the Crusaders. Josh McClain led the Hornets (2-3) with two TDs.

ASCENSION EPISCOPAL 46, ASCENSION CHRISTIAN 0: Joey Greco scored five TDS to lead the Gators in Gonzales.

Ascension Christian (1-4) was held to 35 total yards and just 1 yard passing. They caused four turnovers. Ascension Episcopal improved to 2-3.