WALKER – In a political season such as this, Walker High’s Jalen Cook was a landslide winner Wednesday, garnering hugs and kisses like votes and posing for numerous pictures.
The Louisiana Blazers 12U softball team recently won the 2019 USSSA Best of the Boot Fall State Softball Tournament. The team went 8-1, outscoring their opponents 56-15 and defeated Maniax 12U twice to win the championship. The La. Blazers, who lost Baleigh Tillison before the state tourname…
The Walker High School baseball team recently paid a visit to the "Night of Champions" held in conjunction with the College Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in the Ballroom of the Raising Cane's River Center. Team members pictured (from left) Grant Edwards, Hunter Bethel, Eli Melton,…
Here are the final regular-season rankings by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association with first-place votes in parenthesis followed by records, total points and last week's ranking.
Live Oak qualified both its boys and girls cross country teams, along with Denham Springs’ boys, for the Nov. 19 LHSAA state cross country meet on the campus of Northwestern State in Natchitoches.
HAMMOND – Southeastern scored one of the biggest wins since the program was reinstated for the 2003 season in Saturday’s 34-0 road victory over then-No. 6 Central Arkansas, but there’s one thing Lions coach Frank Scelfo doesn’t want to call it.
FRENCH SETTLEMENT – French Settlement girls basketball coach Daniel Martin admits it – he didn’t care for Serenity Smith as a player too much when his daughter, Dannah, played against her when the two were coming up in the AAU ranks as youngsters.
CONWAY, Ark. – The Southeastern Louisiana football team was dominant in every phase on the way to an overwhelming 34-0 road victory over No. 6/7 Central Arkansas in Southland Conference football action Saturday in Estes Stadium.
ZACHARY – When Walker High’s Brian Thomas launched his 6-foot-4 frame to block a potential game-sealing field goal, the Wildcats found new life trailing by a touchdown with less than two minutes to play.
BATON ROUGE – Bill Conides’ tumultuous week had a tumultuous end, with his Denham Springs squad falling 60-14 to District 4-5A foe Scotlandville in his last game as the program’s head coach.
GOODBEE – Turnovers on three straight possessions put Albany in a first-half hole it could not pull out of as the Hornets fell at Archbishop Hannan, 42-7, in the District 8-3A finale Friday night.
HAMMOND – It’s safe to say the Southeastern Louisiana football team is right where it wants to be at this point in the season.
WALKER – Seven weeks ago Walker High returned from a trip to Fontainebleau where the Wildcats suffered a 54-34 setback, dropping their record to 1-2.
DUTCHTOWN – Not long after meeting with her team for the final time this season Denham Springs volleyball coach Pam Dubuy’s thoughts turned to next season.
Heading into last week’s game with St. Thomas Aquinas, the Springfield football team had designs on winning a district championship.
ALBANY – The Albany football team is in decent shape for the Class 3A playoffs heading into Friday’s regular season finale on the road against Hannan.
For as long as she could remember, after her graduation from Live Oak High School in 2003, Rebecca Bailey had visions of attending LSU and playing softball for the school’s nationally-ranked program.
DENHAM SPRINGS – This Friday’s game at Scotlandville will mark the final game for Denham Springs football coach Bill Conides after three seasons at the school.
HAMMOND – Currently serving as the leader of one of the nation’s most prolific offenses, Southeastern Louisiana quarterback Chason Virgil was one of 34 student-athletes named to the College Football Performance Awards midseason watch list for National Performer of the Year, released by the C…
WATSON – In many ways, Live Oak wrestling coach Chris Godso sees a reflection of himself in the program.
Here are the latest Louisiana Sports Writers Association's statewide rankings that were released Tuesday. First-place votes are in parenthesis followed by records, total points and last week's ranking.
HAMMOND – A quick glance at the individual leaders in the Southland Conference and there aren’t many Southeastern Louisiana players to be found.
Despite having one of its top runners sidelined by a foot injury, Live Oak’s girls cross country team turned in a fifth-place finish last weekend and qualified for this week’s regional meet.
HAMMOND – Southeastern defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund got a chance to show off his skills as a ball carrier, and he didn’t disappoint.
WALKER – Before the season began, Walker coach Chad Mahaffey believed his team was capable of winning all of its district games.
BATON ROUGE – Having twice turned away Scotlandville’s potent offense with a pair of turnovers in the first and third quarters, Live Oak’s defense simply lost its grip on a tenuous one-point lead going into the fourth quarter.