With the high school football playoffs looming, which Southwest Louisiana teams look like potential condenders?

Barbe 42, Sulphur 21
Not only did the Bucs (7-2, 4-2) set a personal milestone for most consecutive victories over the Tors in Southwest Louisiana’s biggest rivalry, but Kennon Fontenot and Trey Quinn broke individual landmarks along the way.

Sam Houston 35, Lafayette 28
Just two weeks after picking up its first-ever Class 5A victory, Sam Houston got another.

LaGrange 36, Opelousas 0
A month ago, many wondered the wisdom of playing a tough schedule. A week from now it might all prove worth it. After suffering through a winless first five weeks, LaGrange is a win away from claiming the District 4-4A championship outright.

DeRidder 34, Peabody 18
The DeRidder Dragons moved to the top spot in District 3-4A, defeating the Peabody Warhorses to move one step closer to their first outright title since 1988.

Washington-Marion 40, Carroll 0
It couldn’t get any better for Washington-Marion. After racing out to a 34-0 halftime lead the Charging Indians’ defense kept pace with its offense, pitching its first shutout of the season beating Carroll.

Bolton 48, Leesville 28
Leesville’s hopes of winning a share of a district title ended with a road loss.

Westlake 33, St. Louis 0
Westlake took care of business against St. Louis, and now it will have a chance to take care of district next week.

Jennings 33, Iowa 14
The Jennings Bulldogs took care of business for the fifth straight week with a win at Iowa to keep the Bulldogs on top of the District 4-3A standings.

South Beauregard 35, Iota 6

Kinder 19, Welsh 18, 2OT

Vinton 28, DeQuincy 0

Menard 48, Pickering 25, final

Lake Arthur 40, Mamou 0

Many 42, Oakdale 0

Rosepine 27, Bunkie 24, final

Basile 40, Elton 12

Oberlin 28, South Cameron 14

East Beauregard 58, Grand Lake 6

Hamilton Christian 16, Merryville 0