A number of athletes from Livingston Parish will compete in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Outdoor Track and Field Meet beginning Thursday and running through Saturday at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium.
Springfield’s Blake Lobell hurled a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and went 3-for-4 with three doubles, four runs and four RBIs, helping No. 6 Springfield to a 10-0 win over Avoyelles in Class 2A playoff action Monday at Springfield.
It didn’t take much for Walker’s Warren Young Jr. to sum up his feelings on being selected the All-Parish basketball team’s MVP.
Owen Forbes and Gavin Adams combined on a four-hitter as Walker picked up a 3-0 win over Denham Springs in District 4-5A action Wednesday at North Park.
Gracie Duffy hit a pair of home runs and Taylor Douglas struck out 11 as Holden picked up a 14-3 win over Elizabeth in the regional round of the Class B softball playoffs Wednesday at Holden.
Kylee Chandler gave up four hits, Shaun Leiva went 4 -for -4 with a run, and Live Oak used a pair of five-run innings to spark a 14-4 win over Zachary in a Class 5A playoff opener Monday at Live Oak.
All nine of Livingston Parish’s softball teams made the postseason, and coaches for teams seeded highest in the group aren’t really focused on where they’re sitting now.
The Doyle softball team completed an undefeated run in District 10-2A, play, and Marley Olivier, Chloe Welda and Bella Collins combined on a one-hitter in a 15-0 win over Pope John Paul II in three innings on Friday.
Andrew Stewart and Karson Domiano combined on a three-hitter and Albany scored in every inning in a 10-0 win over Kentwood at Albany on Saturday.
Grant Edwards, Gavin Adams and Phillip Thurmond combined to no-hit Scotlandville in a 14-3 win in the opening game of a District 4-5A doubleheader at Walker on Thursday.
Alexa Villar, Lainee Bailey and Haleigh Pourciau hit home runs as Walker rallied for a 10-1 win over Live Oak in District 4-5A action Thursday at Randy Bradshaw Park.
WALKER -- When Andy McLean took over as Denham Springs High’s track and field coach, one of his goals was to grow the school’s girls program.
WALKER -- Denham Springs High track and field coach Andy McLean figured the race for the Livingston Parish Championships large school titles would be tight, and he was right, especially on the boys side.
Heading into Thursday’s Livingston Parish Track and Field Championship, teams from Denham Springs High and Live Oak are looking to carry the momentum they’ve built heading into the meet.
A pair of Albany High players earned honorable mention recognition on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 3A All-State team, which was released Thursday.
Albany’s Justin Coats hurled a one-hitter with seven strikeouts, and the Hornets scored in every inning to key a 14-1 win over Bogalusa in District 8-3A play on Tuesday.
Lainee Bailey hurled a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts and hit two home runs to pace a 5-2 win over Doyle on Monday in a Livingston Parish matchup at Walker.
French Settlement scored in every inning but the second to key a 10-0 win over Albany in non-district softball action Saturday at French Settlement.
Holden pitchers Braeden Wascom, Tyler Thompson and Josh Strother combined on a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts in a 17-1 win over Family Christian on Monday at Holden.
Addison Contorno had a solo home run to lead off the game, sparking a three-run fist inning which helped the Lady Tigers to a 5-2 win over Live Oak on Monday at Live Oak.
Addison Contorno’s two-run double with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted Doyle to a 7-6 win over St. Mary’s Dominican as part of the Parkview Baptist Tournament on Saturday.
Denham Springs baseball coach Mark Carroll collected his 700th career win in the Yellow Jackets’ 7-6 victory over Lafayette High in the Atchafalaya Challenge on Saturday.
LIVINGSTON -- Doyle’s Caiden Barcia didn’t know he was going to start against Albany until the day of the game, but things worked out just fine for the freshman, who combined with Jackson McCreary and Andrew Yuratich on a three-hitter in a 6-4 win over the Hornets on Thursday as part of the …
ALBANY -- Albany girls basketball coach Stacy Darouse is thrilled to have another player moving on to the college ranks, but in the case of Cassie Baygents, there’s a tinge of regret as well.
Luke Cowart had a three-run home run in a six-run fourth inning to help Live Oak pick up a 14-4 win over Sulphur on Sunday at Live Oak.
Owen Forbes and Nick Graves combined on a three-hitter, and Walker used a seven-run fourth inning to spark a 16-1 over French Settlement on Thursday.
It’s not something Walker boys basketball coach Anthony Schiro wants to make a big deal of, but it’s kind of a big deal.
Taylor Douglas threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts, and Holden scored five runs in the first inning to key a 13-0 win over New Iberia in the Acadiana Tournament.