The Livingston Bomb Squad travel baseball franchise will host tryouts for the 2018 season for its 10-under major team as well as a newly formed 9U team on July 22 at the Livingston Nationals facility in Springfield (26526 LA Highway 42).
Don't get former Springfield baseball standout Zach Clark wrong -- he doesn't mind getting recognized -- but he's got his eyes on the big picture.
SPRINGFIELD -- Antonio Broadway didn't start out as a basketball coach, but growing up in Tallulah and playing for McCall High, he might have known that would change.
SPRINGFIELD -- The game wasn't on the original schedule for Springfield High's basketball team camp, but those who stuck around for Thursday's finale between Springfield and French Settlement got a preview of two teams that will compete in District 10-2A next season.
It's safe to say former Holden softball coach David Knight is a bit of a late bloomer when it comes to coaching.
Coaches have a way of foreseeing how seasons will play out, and a big part of that is to make sure they aren’t surprised when things veer in a different direction.
While perennial powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas rolled to the District 9-2A championship and garnered six first-team spots, the three Livingston Parish rivals who round out the league made their presence felt when the all-district team was voted on.
SPRINGFIELD -- Spring football came to a close last Thursday for the Springfield Bulldogs as they shined in a scrimmage against Baton Rouge’s Mentorship Academy.
Once in a while, Jalen Cook gets a vivid reminder of where he stands with his Walker teammates and coaches in terms of high school longevity.
High school sports present an altogether different set of challenges than the levels above, most notably that the window of opportunity is usually small and closes faster than expected for a group of special players and their coach.
The fact that Holden's Kaylee Hughes was selected as the 2017 All-Livingston Parish girls Most Valuable Player may have taken her by surprise.
BATON ROUGE -- Springfield's Toni Jackson turned in a fourth-place finish in the girls shot put to lead the school's contingent at the Class 2A-1A State Track and Field Meet on Friday at LSU's Bernie Moore Stadium.
As one school year charges toward the finish line with the LHSAA State Track & Field Meet this week and the LHSAA baseball playoffs gaining steam toward the annual get-together in Sulphur, the 2017 high school football season is standing on deck.
The three-day festival known as the LHSAA Track & Field State Meet arrives this week and Livingston Parish will send a strong contingent to Bernie Moore Track on the campus of LSU for the final event of the season.
MANGHAM -- The bad news is that Springfield lost to Mangham in the first game of a Class 2A regional playoff series with Mangham. The good news is, the Bulldogs are still alive in the postseason.
All four District 9-2A baseball teams made the 2017 playoff field and two of the three from Livingston Parish are alive and well for the regional round.
SPRINGFIELD -- Keith McKigney just would not let his team lose Monday, and that competitive fire propelled Springfield into the second round of the Class 2A state baseball playoffs.
SPRINGFIELD -- Matt Kreutzer pitched a complete game, five-hitter to spark Springfield to an 8-1 win over French Settlement in District 9-2A action on Thursday.
MANY -- Many hit three home runs and used a six-run first inning to spark an 11-0 victory over Springfield in a 2A regional playoff game on Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD -- The team colors (blue and white) and mascots (Bulldogs) were the same, but the similarities ended there between Springfield and Red River on April 18 in a Class 2A bi-district playoff game.
HOLDEN -- Olivia Lackie hurled a complete-game one-hitter with 14 strikeouts and Emma Hutchinson went 2-for-4 with a double and a home run to spark Holden to an 8-1 win over Springfield on Monday.