Three Acadiana Area Schools Remain In High School Football Playoffs
We’ve reached the semifinal round of the LHSAA football playoffs, and three teams from the Acadiana area remain alive in their quest for a spot for the state finals.
In a class 5A semifinal, the 7th-seeded Carencro Bears play host to third-seeded Byrd. The visitors are 12-0 on the year, and have won every game by at least ten points, while Carencro is 12-1, with their only loss coming at the hands of Acadiana (32-14) back on October 21.
In class 4A, the 4th-seeded Breaux Bridge Tigers will entertain top-seeded Neville. The Tigers are 12-1 on the season, while Neville is undefeated, at 12-0. In the playoffs, Breaux Bridge has outscored the oppoition, 125-21, while Neville has outscored their opponents, 126-30.
In a class 1A semifinal match-up, the second-seeded Vermilion Catholic Screaming Eagles host sixth-seeded West St. John. VC is 13-0, while West St. John comes into the contest at 11-2. Vermilion Catholic has scored 153 points in three playoff games, while West St. John has surrendered only 15 points.
View the updated playoff brackets, courtesy of LHSAA.org.