The Notre Dame Pioneers are the only team from the Acadiana area remaining in the 2012 LHSAA football playoffs, after defeating Iowa, 35-0, in class 3A quarterfinal action on Friday evening.

Unfortunately, for fans in the local area, Teurlings, Jennings, Vermilion Catholic, Westminster Christian, and Basile all lost their respective quarterfinal match-ups.

In class 5A, top-seeded Archbishop Rummel advanced, after surviving ninth-seeded Ouachita Parish, 23-19.

View the complete class 5A bracket.

In the class 4A bracket, fourth-seeded Teurlings was upset by 25th-seeded McDonogh 35, 34-27, ending the Rebels' season.

View the complete class 4A bracket.

Second-seeded Notre Dame advanced to the class 3A semifinals, after defeating 26th-seeded Iowa, 35-0. The Pioneers will travel to play East Feliciano in the semifinal round.

Meanwhile, 13th-seeded Jennings was eliminated, after suffering a tough, 24-21, defeat to 5th-seeded Livonia.

View the complete class 3A bracket.

In class 2A, top-seeded John Curtis rolled past 25th-seeded Riverside Academy, 62-10.

View the complete class 2A bracket.

Finally, in the class 1A bracket, Vermilion Catholic, Westminster Christian, and Basile all were eliminated on Friday night.

Third-seeded Vermilion Catholic lost to sixth-seeded West St. John, 41-21, while 10th-seeded Westminster Christian fell to second-seeded Haynesville, 34-17, and 13th-seeded Basile bowed out to 5th-seeded Kentwood, 47-14.

View the complete class 1A bracket.