The 2023 Ochsner LHSAA Prep Classic is happening in New Orleans at the Caesars Superdome this weekend, Dec. 7-9, 2023.

The Acadiana area is well represented as five of the 16 teams playing for state high school football championships are from Lafayette, Scott, Opelousas, and Cecilia.

And we are guaranteed at least two state champions because four of those five teams are facing off against each other in their division's respective state championship game (Opelousas/Cecilia and LCA/STM).


If you plan to attend your team's state championship game, tickets are available for purchase right now through Ticketmaster. All tickets are general admission and are priced at $25 plus fees.

Here is a rundown of all the championship games including the final scores for the games already played:

Thursday, December 7

Division IV (Select)
#5 Riverside Academy 35 - #2 Southern Lab 42 (Final)

Division IV (Non-Select)
#4 Haynesville 36 - #3 Oak Grove 62 (Final)

Friday, December 8

Division II (Non-Select)
#12 Opelousas 26 - vs #2 Cecilia 13 (Fina)

Division III (Non-Select)l
#4 Union Parish 36 - #3 St. James 35 (Final)

Division I (Select)
#8 Acadiana 31 - #3 Catholic - B.R. 55 (Final)

Saturday, December 9

Division II (Select)
#3 Lafayette Christian 21 - #1 St. Thomas More 35 (Final)

Division III (Select)
#2 Calvary Baptist 34 - #1 St. Charles 28 (Final)

Division I (Non-Select)
#6 Zachary 17 - #1 Ruston 31 (Final)

If you are planning to attend, do keep in mind that the Caesars Superdome is a Cashless Operation. You can read about that along with the Clear Bag Policy, Camera Policy, and other Prohibited Items at this link.

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