Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive Director Eddie Bonine elaborated on Monday’s presentation to the House Education Committee in an interview with The News that closely mirrored his testimony during a special meeting of the state’s Board of Secondary and Elementary Educatio…
For coaches in Livingston Parish, Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive Director Eddie Bonine’s statement that high school football won’t be played until reaching the LHSAA’s Phase 4 wasn’t a surprise.
For coaches in Livingston Parish, Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive Director Eddie Bonine’s statement that high school football won’t be played until the LHSAA's Phase 4 wasn’t a surprise.
Former Denham Springs football player Alex Harris signed with Brown University in part so he and his brother Zach could be college teammates for a few seasons.
Springfield High School has opted to postpone all extracurricular activities on campus until further notice.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs’ Connor Thurman made his first at-bat in two years one to remember.
SPRINGFIELD – For Springfield football coach Ryan Serpas, it's business as usual for his team as it prepares for the upcoming season in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Walker split a pair of games at the Perfect Game 18U World Series in Hoover, Ala., on Wednesday, getting a 7-1 win over the VBA 17U Red team and dropping a 5-2 decision to the Louisiana Knights 18U team.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association released a statement Wednesday afternoon stating the organization is “fully committed” to having sports in the fall.
Casey Bryant hurled a complete-game three-hitter and Walker backed him with a seven-run first inning, sparking a 10-1 win over Team Georgia at the Perfect Game 18U World Series in Hoover, Ala., on Tuesday.
HAMMOND – Andrew Gipson is returning to the baseball coaching staff at Southeastern Louisiana, head coach Matt Riser announced Tuesday.
The Chi Town Cream 18U team scored in every inning but the first to pick up a 9-1 win over Walker in the Perfect Game 18U World Series at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Ala., on Tuesday.
HOLDEN – Those unaware of it or not looking for it might not be able to find it on their first try, but the Louisiana Nationals practice facility has become the go-to place for summer games featuring the parish’s Class 2A baseball teams.
The Baseball Country 17U team put together a pair of big innings to pick up a 12-3 win over Walker in the Perfect Game 18U World Series at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Ala. on Monday.
Next Level Baseball used a three-run third inning to pick up a 3-2 win over Walker in the Perfect Game 18U World Series in Hoover, Ala., on Sunday.
Springfield’s Tykelon Jackson recently signed with Kentucky Christian University to continue his football career, but at the same time, he realizes it’s about more than that.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs and Walker didn’t get a chance to square off during the spring baseball season, but they more than made up for it in Wednesday’s Metro League game at North Park.
HAMMOND – The Lion Athletics Association (LAA) will open the 2020-21 Southeastern Louisiana Athletics season with the annual Coaches' Caravan, set for 6 p.m. July 27 on the Southeastern Sports Network.
The Southland Hogs College Select team swept a doubleheader from the Walker Gold team on the road Tuesday, picking up an 8-2 win in the first game and a 7-1 victory in the second game.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Late in Tuesday’s game with Springfield, Denham Springs put on the type of display coach Mark Carroll has been waiting on this summer.
HOLDEN – The Doyle-based Louisiana Nationals Purple team used a formula of timely hitting and solid pitching to build an early lead in sparking an 8-1 win over the Walker Gold team Monday afternoon at the Louisiana Nationals facility.
WALKER – There was plenty of football at the Walker Renegades’ camp Saturday, but there was also a bridging of the gap of sorts, bringing the program’s not-so distant past in line with its present and future.
ALBANY – Albany football coach Mike Janis realizes the different time we live in thanks to the novel coronavirus, but he also realizes his team has been ready to get back to playing the game for a while.
With Gov. John Bel Edwards’ announcement the state would be staying in Phase II of re-opening in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic earlier this week, Livingston Parish’s Class 5A football coaches said not much will be changing for their programs as schools continue summer workouts.
Not that the Livingston Parish School System wasn’t working hard to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, but Gov. John Bel Edwards’ decision to keep the state in Phase II of the reopening process may have given LPPS athletic director Steve Parrill a different perspective on things.
Cody King threw a five-hit complete game, and Walker backed him with a pair of two-run innings in a 5-4 win over Next Level Baseball in the North Louisiana Shootout on Sunday.
Ethan Prescott and Brock Magee combined on a three-hitter as Live Oak scratched for a 5-2 win over the Barbe JV then got one-hit in a 3-0 loss to the Catholic JV in a pitchers’ duel in the Runnels Tournament on Saturday.
Walker got some varied results, picking up a win, a loss and a tie in a trio of games in the North Louisiana Shootout.
Both teams put together a four-run inning and got solo home runs before Live Oak and Catholic High battled to a 6-6 tie Friday morning in tournament play at Runnels.
They might not have planned it this way, but Albany football coach Mike Janis and Carmon Moore are finally getting the chance to coach together.
Walker softball player Savanah Stafford, seated, signed to play at Millsaps College on Wednesday. Pictured with the signee are, from left, her uncle, Dennis Howze; her aunt, Klacy Howze; Walker coach Hali Fletcher and her sister, Irelyn Stafford.
SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield football team finished its third day of summer workouts Monday, and while Bulldogs coach Ryan Serpas admitted there are still some adjustments being made as a result of the novel coronavirus, just having his team back on campus is more than a step in the right d…
DENHAM SPRINGS – His team is only a few games into its summer baseball season, but Denham Springs coach Mark Carroll is already looking for his team to find some consistency.
The Denham Springs Wood Bat Tournament may have effectively signaled the start of the summer baseball season for Livingston Parish’s Class 5A schools, and smaller schools in the parish are getting into the act as well.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The last half inning of Live Oak’s game with Dunham pretty much summed up exactly how the day went for the Eagles offensively.
DENHAM SPRINGS – There certainly wasn’t much rust to be found in the Live Oak JV team’s performance against the Denham Springs’ varsity on the second day of DSHS’ Wood Bat Tournament.
ALBANY – There are plenty of guidelines coaches are following as their teams return back to campus after novel coronavirus cut the school year short.
If adjusting to summer training during the novel coronavirus weren’t enough, the Live Oak football team got a little something more to deal with during its workout Wednesday morning in the form of a downpour.