Plaquemine High quarterback D’Morea Wicks committed to Air Force during a Saturday visit to the school, PHS coach Paul Distefano said.
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Wicks is scheduled to play running back for the Falcons. Wicks accounted for 2,353 total yards while leading the Green Devils to the Class 4A semifinals last fall.
He tallied 1,260 rushing yards, 1,093 passing yards and had a hand in 27 TDs to help Class 4A Plaquemine to its first semifinal appearance in decades. He was the District 6-4A Offensive MVP and was an All-Metro selection.
Another local 4A player, St. Michael the Archangel linebacker AJ Fletcher, received a scholarship offer from Northwestern Oklahoma State on Friday during an official visit to the school.
Fletcher played linebacker and kicker for the Warriors. He earned Class 4A all-state honors as a kicker and was an All-Metro pick as a linebacker.
Broadmoor High is hosting a reunion for its 1985 boys basketball team that won the Class 4A state title on Feb. 4.
There will be a dinner to honor the team at 7 p.m. Feb. 4. Former players and coaches also will be recognized at halftime of Broadmoor’s game the following night.
Former players and coaches should RSVP for this event by contacting BHS assistant coach Eric Kelly at (225) 454-1207 or by sending emails to email@example.com.
Two baseball players and one softball player signed with junior colleges last week.
Zachary High’s Gabe Hannum and Bo Myers signed to play baseball at LSU-Eunice on Thursday. Plaquemine High’s Mia Johnson signed with Meridian Community College on Friday.
University High juniors Wayde Sims and Skylar Mays recently surpassed career plateaus.
The 6-foot-6 Sims scored his 2,000th career point in a 77-56 win over Parkview Baptist on Jan. 13. Sims grabbed his 1,000th rebound earlier in the season.
Mays (6-3) scored his 1,000th career point in a 64-58 overtime win over Germantown, Tennessee, on Jan. 10.