Vinton 52, Pickering 7

Vinton ran for 244 yards in a 52-7 over Pickering Friday night. The loss ends a 0-10 year for first-year head coach Eddie Thomas, which has been a learning experience.

"It entails a lot more than I had originally known," Thomas said. "I had been a head basketball coach, but this takes a lot more. With football, it takes patience."

Vinton's go-to playmaker Tony St. Julien got the Lions on the board on the third play of the game with a 52-yard reception to up 7-0. St. Julien is a Division I recruit with offers from multiple SEC teams.

St. Julien rushed for 64 yards on nine carries and a touchdown.

"Last night, we didn't play our best ball," Thomas said. "The kids knew that was going to be our last game, but they prepared and played hard. We played a premier running back. I thought, for most of the game, the kids did a good job of containing."

The Lions (4-6, 3-4) rushed for 244 yards on 41 carries and passed for 152 yards on five completions.

Trailing 22-0, Pickering got a spark from running back Devon Harris as the freshman running back broke off a 66-yard touchdown run for the Red Devils lone score.

Harris rushed for a season-high 146 yards on 11 carries.

"We were able to get to the outside on them," Thomas said. "The line did a good job. We were able to run the sweep, and once Harris got to the outside, he did a good job of getting down the field."

Westlake 32, South Beauregard 7

South Beauregard struggled to get its offense rolling against Westlake and fell to the Rams 32-7 in the last game of the season.

The loss puts South Beauregard (0-9, 0-6) winless for the first time since 2004.

Westlake (4-6, 4-5) scored 20 points in the first quarter on a pair of rushing touchdowns and 13-yard pass from Drew Winn to Joseph January.

South Beauregard got on the board late with a 40-yard rushing touchdown by Austin Perkins.

Perkins led South Beauregard with 98 yards on seven carries, while quarterback Cole Spooner ran for 66 yards on 16 carries.

The Knights rushed for 186 yards, while the Rams ran for 255 yards.