ALBANY – John Legoria and the Albany football team are looking to take advantage of the playoff opportunity that’s in front of them.
Albany’s Cayden Boudreaux posted a second-place finish at the Division II, Region 2 cross country meet Saturday at Brusly, highlighting a meet in which both Hornet teams qualified for the state meet.
ALBANY – Albany football coach John Legoria predicted a nail-biter against Sumner heading into Friday’s District 7-3A game, and that’s exactly what the teams delivered.
ALBANY – Albany’s game with Sumner is one Hornets coach John Legoria eyeballed before the season as being one that could play a big part in how things come together for the Hornets in terms of postseason play.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Albany’s Cayden Boudreaux didn’t leave much doubt in capturing her third straight individual championship, and Walker’s girls did the same in taking the team title on the girls side of the Livingston Parish Cross Country Championship at North Park on Thursday.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The Walker boys were simply perfect at the Livingston Parish Cross Country Championships.
The location of the Livingston Parish Cross Country Championship has changed, but the athletes expected to be vying for championships hasn’t.
ALBANY – The Albany football team is on a four-game winning streak heading into the thick of its District 7-3A schedule, and Hornets coach John Legoria knows what lies ahead for his team, starting with Friday’s 7 p.m. game at Amite.
ALBANY – Albany football coach John Legoria realizes the significance of last week’s win over Pine, but he’s making sure the Hornets aren’t overlooking this week’s opponent – Ben Franklin – either.
ALBANY – Albany football coach John Legoria talked up the importance of Friday’s District 7-3A opener against undefeated Pine as a tone-setter and even a program-defining game.
Albany football coach John Legoria knows the Hornets’ District 7-3A opener is a huge one, something he’s not downplaying a bit.
ALBANY – Going into the game with Riverdale, Albany football coach John Legoria figured the teams might go score-for-score, and in the first half, that’s exactly what happened.
The Albany football team had a chance to hit the reset button following its loss to Springfield and did so in a big way in last week’s 58-0 win over Fisher.
Schools from Livingston Parish recently wrapped up competition in the Denham Springs High School's third annual Yellow Jacket Dash at North Park last Saturday and Episcopal's Round Table Run at Highland Road Park on Sept 10.
ALBANY – It the fourth week of the season, but there’s already a must-win vibe around the Albany football program heading into Friday’s home game against Fisher.
A number of Livingston Parish schools switched divisions in baseball, softball and boys and girls basketball after the Louisiana High School Athletic Association re-vamped the playoff pairings in those sports after questions and concerns were voiced by schools primarily in Classes 1A-C.
St. Michael the Archangel won the boys title, while Dutchtown captured the girls championship at the Denham Springs High Yellow Jacket Dash at North Park on Saturday.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s reconfiguration of playoff brackets not only impacted Livingston Parish’s football teams, it also changed things for basketball, baseball and softball, especially for the parish’s smaller schools.
Livingston Parish’s high school football coaches voiced mixed opinions on the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s re-vamped playoff brackets, which were released Friday afternoon.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s playoff brackets will have a different look this season after the organization released its playoff brackets for this season Friday afternoon.
ALBANY – The Albany football team got John Legoria his first win as a head coach in last week’s victory over Independence, but the Hornets are going to have to overcome a bit of adversity heading into Friday’s 7 p.m. home opener against Northlake Christian.
John Legoria took over as Albany’s football coach in early June, and after taking his team through its paces over the past few months, he’s got an idea of what it’s going to take for the Hornets to have some success this season.