Three former local coaches, Parkview Baptist’s M.L. Woodruff and Kenny Guillot and Brenda LeBlanc of St. Joseph’s Academy are part of the Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame class being inducted on Tuesday.

The ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza.

Guillot, who won four Class 3A state titles at PBS between 2001 and 2012, had a career record of 175-41. He also was an assistant coach at Tara High when the Trojans won the Class 4A title in 1974 and was a head coach at Woodlawn High.

Woodruff coached baseball in three different decades at Parkview. He won 11 state championships and had a career record of 603-163-2.

LeBlanc won 12 state volleyball titles at two schools and compiled a career record of 786-188. She won seven straight state titles in Division IV at Cade-based Episcopal School of Acadiana and added five Division I state titles during her tenure at St. Joseph’s Academy.

The late Don Shows of West Monroe is the other football coach in the induction group.

Girls basketball coach Steve McDowell of Shreveport’s Southwood High, ex-LSU baseball star Todd Walker, a multi-sport star at Bossier City’s Airline High, and journalist Ron Brocato complete the group.

Metro golf this week

Golf’s postseason begins this week with 18-hole Metro tournaments at different sites.

The Boys Metro tourney is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at The Island Golf Course in Plaquemine. The Dunham School’s Miller Maestri and Trey Winstead of University High enter the tourney with the top averages.

Beaver Creek Golf Course is the host site for the Girls Metro tournament Wednesday, with tee times also set for 11 a.m. St. Joseph’s Academy’s Anna Heine enters the girls tourney with the best 18-hole average of 74. Episcopal’s Riley Heaslip is next at 78.

Signing time again

Denham Springs High girls basketball player Lexi McMorris has signed with Baton Rouge Community College. Six schools are set to hosting signing ceremonies for athletes in multiple sports this week.

At 8 a.m. Wednesday, Woodlawn volleyball player Jodi Edo is set to sign with Southeastern Louisiana University.

  • McKinley High volleyball player Terrea Sims is scheduled to sign at 9 a.m. Wednesday with Mississippi Valley.
  • Three Runnels athletes are set to sign with different schools at noon Wednesday in the school’s gym. Baseball players Hampton Hudson and Johnny Johnson are set to sign with different schools. Hudson, an outfielder, is signing with Southern and Johnson, a shortstop with LSU-Eunice.

Runnels distance runner Lee Parker is scheduled to sign with Tennessee-based Maryville College.

  • Four University High athletes are set to sign in a 12:45 p.m. Wednesday ceremony in the school’s gym. Girls basketball players Destiny Ephrom and Chelsea Verrett will sign with Dillard.

Volleyball player Terri Drake is signing with Xavier, while soccer player Elizabeth Bankhead is signing with West Florida.

  • Walker High swimmer Shane Pendarvis is signing with Centenary at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the school cafeteria.
  • St. Michael the Archangel field events specialist Clarrisa McGarner is signing with the UNO at 9 a.m. Thursday at the school.

McGarner competes in the shot put and discus for the Warriors. In summer track, she also competes in the hammer throw.

Adger to be honored

Glen Oaks boys basketball coach Harvey Adger will be honored by the school’s alumni and faculty on May 21 at the Crowne Plaza. Adger won his 800th career game late last season for the Panthers.

The event is scheduled to run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the school.