Calvary Baptist Academy won its third state title Tuesday, downing the defending Division IV state champion OCS 62-41 in Turpin Stadium.
The game was highlighted by the two quarterbacks. Last year's 1A MVP and OCS quarterback Hunter Herring put on a show, but it was overshadowed by the historic performance of the state passing leader and Cavalier quarterback Landry Lyddy.
Lyddy broke the LHSAA record for passing yards in a state title game with 464 to go along with 5 touchdowns.
It's the third championship in the past seven years for Calvary and the first for Cavalier head coach Rodney Guin.