The Calvary Cavaliers overcame a 1-4 start to win the last seven games en route to a Division III championship appearance.
Parkway 55, Calvary 13
In a much anticipated season opener, Parkway took a 38-0 halftime lead and never looked back.
St. Thomas More 44,
Two Shea Patterson interceptions led to an early STM 16-0 lead. The Cavaliers had a chance to cut the lead to single digits in the third quarter, but the Cougars pulled away.
Byrd 48, Calvary 21
Byrd rolled up 307 rushing yards and scored the first 42 points in what was another tough early-season loss for Calvary.
Calvary 35, LaGrange 6
Sophomore Shea Patterson already had an edge in the quarterback battle with a three-touchdown effort against Byrd, but he cements his spot with four more scores in the Cavs’ first win of the season.
West Monroe 28, Calvary 23
Even in a loss to the Class 5A Rebels, the Cavs seemed to have turned their season around after proving they can compete with the state’s best. Patterson threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns.
Calvary 62, North Caddo 6
Shun Brown scored on a rushing and receiving touchdown while adding more than 130 return yards as the Cavaliers began a dominant run through District 1-2A.
Calvary 39, Lakeview 6
The Cavs scored 36 first-half points in what was the closest district game all season.
Calvary 57, Lakeside 6
Lakeside’s 5-2 record was its best start in awhile, but Calvary scored 30 first-quarter points to squash any upset thoughts. Orlando Bradford rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns.
Calvary 42, Homer 6
The first-team defense didn’t allow a touchdown for the fourth-straight game, and that unit wouldn’t allow a score in district play.
Calvary 53, Red River 6
In the defacto District 1-2A championship game, the Cavs made sure the Bulldogs didn’t contend for a title early. Orlando Bradford scored two of Calvary’s four first-quarter touchdowns in the rout.
First Round: Bye
Opelousas Catholic 0
Orlando Bradford rushed for four scores, Shea Patterson threw for three, and the Calvary defense held the visitors to 4 yards of offense.
Catholic-New Iberia 33
Defensive lineman Jaren Stringer intercepted a tipped pass near the goal line as the Cavs held on for the one-point win. Shea Patterson threw for two scores and ran for another two.