Teams from Denham Springs High and Live Oak and individuals from Walker and Albany will represent Livingston Parish at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s state cross country meet for Classes 3A-5A on Tuesday at Northwestern State University.
ALBANY – As far as Albany coach Mike Janis is concerned, his team’s push for the postseason has already begun.
Part of coaching is about making adjustments, and that's something Livingston Parish's football coaches are finding out first-hand with the season in its final weeks.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Executive Committee voted to keep the high school football championships at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this season, while also putting a minimum of four games played for teams to qualify for the playoffs at Tuesday’s fall meeting.
ALBANY – If there’s a way to have something positive come out of a loss, the Albany football team may be experiencing that now, and it may be a sign of some growth for the group.
Live Oak’s teams posted a pair of top-five finishes while a number of parish runners put in solid individual performances in the Baton Rouge Metro Championship Cross Country Meet at Highland Road Park on Saturday.
Heading into Friday’s game with Sumner, Albany coach Mike Janis knew his team would have to contain certain aspects of the Cowboys’ offense.
Parish athletes in swimming, cross country and wrestling will compete at various events this weekend.
WALKER – Live Oak’s sixth straight team championship may have been the big news coming out of Thursday’s Livingston Parish Cross Country Meet, but Denham Springs High got a boost from a somewhat unexpected source to make the team standings tight.
WALKER – Live Oak captured its sixth straight girls team championship at the Livingston Parish Cross Country Meet on Thursday, but Denham Springs certainly made things interesting.
ALBANY – Albany is coming off a loss to Pearl River as it heads into District 8-3A play, and it might be something the Hornets can use to their advantage.
When it comes to the Livingston Parish Cross Country Meet, the main question is can Live Oak do it again?
The Walker cross country teams competed in the St. Thomas Aquinas-Rollette Chiropractic CC Invitational at Ponchatoula High on Saturday with the Wildcats finishing seventh in the team standings and the Lady Cats taking 11th.
Albany football coach Mike Janis said the focus coming into Friday’s game with Pearl River was for the Hornets to put together a complete game.
ALBANY – One might think the main objective for the Albany football team is to get to 3-0, but that’s not necessarily the case as the Hornets head into Friday’s 7 p.m. game at Pearl River.
ALBANY – After missing out on a few scoring opportunities in the first half of against DeQuincy, Albany made sure it didn’t happen in the second.
Albany's Cayden Boudreaux turned in a personal best 18:54.91 to win the girls race at Brusly's Cinclaire Run on the Levee Cross Country Meet on Saturday.
There are a little more than bragging rights riding on the outcome of Thursday’s Albany-Springfield game, and from listening to one of the primary parties involved, it all happened by accident.
ALBANY – With seven starters returning on each side of the ball, it’s easy to see why Albany coach Mike Janis is eager to get the season rolling.
ALBANY – It’s only a scrimmage, but maybe Albany’s effort against Pine gave the Hornets a gauge of how far they’ve come since last season’s scrimmage effort against the Raiders.