Albany football coach John Legoria couldn’t find much to complain about in the Hornets’ 7-on-7 session Thursday morning against Independence at Tiger Stadium.
There’s still plenty to mull over when it comes to the LHSAA’s executive committee re-vamping the term ‘select’ school, and LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine realizes the fallout will be multi-layered. He also said it was done not with just one group of schools in mind.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association released its first list of select and non-select schools Monday evening after the organization’s executive committee voted to change the definition of ‘select’ schools during its summer meeting last week.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s executive committee approved a new definition of the term ‘select’ school during the second day of its annual summer meeting Thursday in Baton Rouge.
It took Albany girls basketball coach Stacy Darouse a minute to reflect on being selected the Coach of the Year as part of the All-Parish girls basketball team.
ALBANY – Albany football coach David Knight got a gauge to see where his team is at in Thursday’s scrimmage with Fontainebleau to wrap up spring drills at Jessie Fletcher Memorial Stadium.
Denham Springs High’s Hannah Linebaugh made her first and last appearance at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships one to remember.
Livingston Parish will be well-represented when the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s state track and field meet begins Thursday at LSU’s Bernie Moore Track Stadium.
Maurepas scored all of its runs over the final three innings, rallying for a 15-4 win over Albany on Saturday at Albany.
Doyle pounded out 16 hits and used an 11-run second inning and an eight-run fourth to key a 22-2 road win over Oakdale in the regional round of the Class 2A softball playoffs on Thursday.
Walker’s Lainee Bailey threw a no-hitter and Caitlyn Riche’ hit two home runs, sparking the No. 3 Lady Cats to a 15-0 win over No. 30 Southwood in three innings to open the Class 5A softball playoffs Monday at Walker.
Caiden Barcia and Braden McLin combined on a two-hitter as Doyle shut out Pope John Paul II, 7-0 at Johnny Sartwell Park on Thursday.
Walker hit three home runs, and Lainee Bailey and Ryann Schexnayder combined on a four-hitter with 11 strikeouts as Walker picked up an 8-0 win over French Settlement at Walker on Wednesday on wrap up the regular season.
Kameron Kent threw a three-hitter, and Live Oak used an eight-run first inning to key a 16-1 win over Terrebonne on Monday at Live Oak.
Holden used a 15-run third inning to spark a 26-3 win over Mount Hermon in District 7-B action, while Maurepas’ Prestin Vicknair, Piersten Struges and Colby Penalber combined on a one-hitter in a 12-0 non-district win over Family Christian.
Holden’s Taylor Douglas threw a no-hitter with five strikeouts and hit a home run in the Lady Rockets’ 18-0 win over Maurepas in District 7-B action on the road Thursday.
Austin Watts hurled a complete game while giving up five hits and hit a home run to spark Albany to a 6-2 win over Sumner in District 8-3A baseball action Wednesday at Albany.
Gracie Bailey went 4-for-5 with four RBIs, and Live Oak scored nine runs in the top of the seventh inning to spark a 16-3 win over Denham Springs in District 4-5A softball action Monday at North Park.
Aubrey Hoyt’s average points per game aren’t the most among the members of the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A All-State team members, but that’s not what really matters to Hoyt and Albany girls basketball coach Stacy Darouse.
Brilee Ford threw a two-hitter, and Jenna Chauvin had a home run as Albany picked up a 6-2 win over East Ascension to cap a 2-1 run in the Mandeville Tournament on Saturday.
Bogalusa pitcher Ayden McGee threw a one-hitter with seven strikeouts, outdueling Albany pitchers Layton Ballard and Aaron Dickson, who combined to give up three hits as the Lumberjacks scored a 4-1 win in District 8-3A action on Friday.
French Settlement’s Emma Petite hurled a three-hitter with six strikeouts, sparking the Lady Lions to a 5-1 win over Springfield in District 10-2A action at Bulldog Park.
Emma Rogers hurled a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts as Albany picked up a 17-0 district road win over Bogalusa on Tuesday.
WALKER – Denham Springs High track and field coach Andy McLean admits he may be a little spoiled by the season the school’s girls team is having, but he’s not complaining.
Brilee Ford threw a three-hitter, hit a grand slam and drove in five runs in a 15-3 win over French Settlement in softball action in French Settlement on Monday.
Walker’s Warren Young Jr. and Albany’s Aubrey Hoyt were named to the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Marsh Madness All-Tournament teams.
The Denham Springs High girls track and field team won the team title at Wednesday’s Yellow Jacket Relays at Walker, with the Live Oak boys finishing third.
Maurepas pitchers Kade Penalber, Thomas Bovia and Ryan Taylor combined on a one-hitter in an 11-1 win over Mount Hermon in District 7-B action Thursday at Maurepas.
Kameron Kent threw a three-hitter, and Live Oak pounded out 14 hits, sparking a 16-1 win over Zachary in District 4-5A action Thursday at Live Oak.
It sounds strange, but Denham Springs track and field coach Andy McLean knows the opportunities for his team to improve before the District 4-5A meet are dwindling.
Emma Rogers and Brilee Ford combined on a five-hitter with 13 strikeouts, and Albany rallied for seven runs over the final two innings to grab a 9-2 win over St. Thomas Aquinas on Saturday in the Ponchatoula Tournament.
Jackson McCreary, Jace Ware and Cody Lovett combined on a two-hitter as Doyle scratched for a 6-2 win over Albany to open the Doyle Tournament on Thursday at Doyle.
Lainee Bailey threw a two-hitter with eight strikeouts, and Caitlin Riche’ went 2-for-2 with a home run and five RBIs, helping Walker to a 10-0 win over Live Oak in District 4-5A action at Walker on Tuesday.
The Denham Springs High girls track and field team won the team title, while the Walker boys finished second at the St. Thomas Aquinas-Ponchatoula High Judy Baher Relays held Thursday at Ponchatoula High.