The Bossier Bearkats and Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing Lions wrapped up undefeated district championships Friday night.
Bossier blasted Green Oaks 63-41 at Green Oaks, and New Tech rolled past Haynesville 65-48 at Haynesville.
In District 1-5A Friday, Brodrick Jefferson poured in 46 points, including 32 in the second half, to lead the Parkway Panthers to an 87-82 upset of ninth-ranked Byrd at Byrd.
Also, Airline fell to Southwood 55-52 and Haughton lost to district champion Captain Shreve 92-52.
In District 1-4A, Benton fell to champion Huntington 76-32.
Bossier (27-3, 6-0) extended its streak of undefeated district championships to five. The Bearkats won District 1-3A titles the last two years after winning three in a row in Class 4A.
Bossier will be the top seed in the Class 3A playoffs, which begin next week.
New Tech (11-10, 6-0 District 1-1A) won its seventh straight district title.
Unlike the first time the two teams played, Bossier took the suspense out of its game at Green Oaks early.
The Bearkats, who defeated the Giants 40-39 in the first district meeting, raced to a 13-2 first-quarter lead.
By the half, it was 31-10. Going into the fourth, it was 50-20.
Junior guard Devonte Hall led Bossier with 15 points. Breon Morris added 11 and Malik Dunn 10.
LSU football signee Tre’Davious White led the Giants (14-12, 4-2), who finished second in the district, with 15 points.
At Haynesville, Caradarrious Ray scored 16 points and Deaumante Johnson 13 to lead New Tech. Kaino Long added nine.
At Byrd, Parkway improved to 8-15 and 3-6 in handing the Yellow Jackets only their sixth loss of the season.
In addition to Jefferson’s heroics, Trey Rogers helped Parkway’s cause with 11 points, including seven in the fourth quarter.
At Southwood, Airline took a 34-30 lead into the fourth quarter but couldn’t hold it.
The Vikings (7-17, 3-6) got 27 points from senior Hayden Hildebrand, a four-year starter and three-time first-team All-District 1-5A selection.
Hildebrand will play his final game Tuesday when the Vikings host Byrd.
Demetrius Early added 13 points for Airline.
At Shreve, Nakia Devereaux led Haughton (7-18, 1-8) with 15 points. Tyler Grigsby added nine.
The Bucs close the season Tuesday at Southwood
Shreve improved to 18-9 and 9-0.
At Huntington, the Raiders (24-4, 9-1) were too much for the Tigers (7-18, 0-9).
Rudy Davis topped Benton with 15 points. The Tigers close the season with a make-up game against Woodlawn tonight.