MAUREPAS – Damien McAllister broke a 29-all tie with just over four minutes to play and Albany went on to a 41-34 victory Saturday over Holden in the consolation championship of the Livingston Parish Tournament at Maurepas High School.
MAUREPAS – There’s no denying the value of Presleigh Scott to Doyle’s basketball team when she’s on the floor.
MAUREPAS – Denham Springs High coach Blake Zito didn’t want to say his team is playing its best ball at the right time, but against Albany, it was pretty close.
The girls bracket for the Livingston Parish Tournament has a slightly different look this year, and that's perfectly fine with some of the parish's coaches.
WALKER - The alarm clock for Albany’s girls basketball team rang a little earlier than normal for Saturday morning.
ALBANY – Albany used a patient approach in its game against Springfield, and eventually that patience paid off.
Behind the scoring of Vince and Bryan Bayonne, Live Oak remained perfect on the season with a convincing 70-41 win over St. Michael the Archangel.
Albany didn’t lead until the final buzzer in its 50-48 victory Tuesday over previously undefeated Runnels in The Dunham School’s tournament.
Senior center Xavier Miles scored a game-high 22 points and fellow senior Micah Banks added 20 to lead Denham Springs to home-opening 55-48 win Thursday over Port Allen.
ALBANY -- At some point later this season, Albany coach Stacy Darouse is hopeful she and her team can look back on Thursday's game with Ponchatoula as a learning experience.
ALBANY – Yeah, Albany picked up a win over French Settlement on Thursday, and while the score might not indicate it, Hornets coach Chris Carter felt a little better once the final horn sounded.
On a night of celebration for the Albany girls basketball program, the Lady Hornets made sure their predecessors went home happy.
WATSON – It didn’t take Live Oak very long to find the hot hand. The Eagles opened the 2018-19 season by shooting the ball at a torrid pace in handing Albany a 74-40 defeat on Monday in a game played at Live Oak's C.B. Wheat Gymnasium.
ALBANY -- This wasn’t the way Albany wanted to end its regular season, but at least the Hornets can take some solace in the fact they’ll be playing in the Class 3A playoffs.
The District 7-3A portion of Albany’s schedule may not have gone as planned, but the Hornets get a chance to remedy that in Friday’s home finale.
Hannan didn't do anything Albany coach Mike Janis wasn't expecting, but the Hawks made a handful of big plays count when they needed to Friday.
Albany's in the midst of a two-game skid, but if there’s a team they’d like to snap it against, it might be No. 7 Archbishop Hannan.
WALKER – Walker’s Kaye-Loni Bowden set the bar in last year’s Livingston Parish cross country meet.
Live Oak cross country coach Travis Johnson insists there’s no pressure on either of his teams heading into the parish meet Oct. 17.
ALBANY – Yeah, Albany is 0-2 in District 9-3A play, but Hornets coach Mike Janis is hopeful his team has something to build on coming out of Thursday’s 21-13 loss to Jewel Sumner.