The Vikings had also won the first meeting of the District 6-4A foes earlier in the season on their way to the league championship.
Northside (9-2) now moves on to the regional round of the playoffs against Parkway while the season ends for the 6-5 Tigers.
Northside’s junior quarterback Jasper Turner threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth while tailback Terrell Alfred pounded the BB defense for 145 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.
Breaux Bridge’s potent junior backfield trio of quarterback Josh Williams and running backs Adrien Menard and Darian Thomas was limited to a combined 106 yards rushing. But Williams played a part in the Tigers’ two scores, tossing TD passes to junior Travin Dural and senior Caleb LeBlanc. Williams finished with six completions on 12 attempts for 142 yards but gave up two costly interceptions.
Northside drove 64 yards on its first possession to take a 7-0 lead on an eight-yard Turner-to-Jaquell Carter TD pass.
A short Tigers punt gave the ball to Northside at the BB 45 and a pass interference penalty helped the Viking move quickly to the 30. But an incomplete pass and a sack slowed the drive. A fake punt on 4th-and-10 failed to gain a first down and The Bridge took over at its 31.
Williams got the Tigers moving with an 11-yard toss to Kavahra Holmes and three plays later found Travin Dural open for an electrifying 74-yard touchdown. Kagan Breaux’s PAT knotted the score early in the second period.
But the Vikings answered minutes later when Turner connected with Dwayne Benjamin for a 47-yard TD pass.
After Breaux Bridge went three-and-out, Northside was back in business at the Tiger 45. Alfred broke loose for 23 yards and Turner and Carter teamed up for their second TD, this one from 23 yards out.
The Vikings stretched their lead to 28-7 just before intermission with a quick 69-yard, four-play drive that was capped by Turner’s 22-yard touchdown.
Northside had first possession in the second half but the BB defense forced the Vikings’ only punt of the night.
Using a mix of runs and passes, the Tigers got moving. Sophomore Aaron Lastrapes took a pass from Williams for 24 yards to spark the drive, and Williams connected with LeBlanc for the 25-yard touchdown that narrowed Northside’s lead to 28-14.
With the aid of a face mask penalty against Breaux Bridge, Northside quickly drove to the Tiger 13, but the Tiger defense stiffened and an offensive pass interference killed the threat.
But the Tigers turned the ball over when Williams was picked off on second down at the 23. The Vikings took advantage of the turnover to pretty much lock up the win when Alfred scored on an 8-yard run that made the score 35-14 with just over eight minutes remaining.
Williams suffered his second interception on BB’s first snap following the kickoff and that led to Northside’s final TD, a two-yard plunge by Katrelle Fuselier.
Working against Northside reserves, Breaux Bridge was able to drive to the Viking 22 in the closing minutes, but couldn’t convert on a 4th-and-2.
Menard led Breaux Bridge with 46 yards on 11 carries while Dural finished with two catches for 81 yards and the TD.