Ascension Catholic’s Kaleb Winchester scored a game-high 22 points in the Bulldogs’ 64-47 District 6-1A loss to Southern Lab on Friday night.
That individual performance completed a career milestone for the 5-foot-7 guard, who is now ACHS’ all-time leading scorer.
Winchester has 2,062 career points, surpassing the total of 2,054 set by Lane Frey, who is now a doctor in Thibodaux. Winchester is a four-year starter and a three-time all-district performer.
Also, Michiko Jackson recently scored her 1,000th career point for The Dunham School’s girls basketball team.
SJA Hall of Fame
St. Joseph’s Academy will induct coach Holly Randow, distance runner Wren Eversburg Eagleton and swimmer Leigh Ann King into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Randow started her career as a track and cross country coach and later came back to establish the school’s golf program. She coached golf for 21 years and won three state titles.
Eagleton was a three-sport athlete for SJA and graduated in 1989. Eagleton won individual state cross country titles and won three indoor 3,000 meters and outdoor 3,200 meters state titles in track.
King, who graduated in 2006, helped lead SJA to three state titles in swimming. She was a three-time state champion in the 50-yard freestyle and still holds the state record of 23.11 seconds. She also was undefeated over four years in the 100 freestyle.
Gators to honor team
St. Amant will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Gators’ 1991 Class 5A baseball title Saturday at Gator Park.
All former SAHS players are invited to attend. Festivities will begin at approximately 3 p.m., according to St. Amant coach Troy Templet.
The Dunham School’s Miller Maestri is scheduled to sign with Concordia University of Austin, Texas, during a ceremony set for 10 a.m. Monday in the school’s gym.
Concordia is a Division III school that competes in the American Southwest Conference.
Broadmoor defensive linemen Kobe Daniel and Derek Alexander were also among the local football players who signed with Louisiana College earlier this month.
Last golden footballs
Put University High on the list of schools commemorative golden footballs before Super Bowl 50. The Cubs have two on display, one for Johnny Robinson and the other for Brian Kinchen.
Robinson, a 1956 graduate of U-High, went on to play at LSU. A safety who had 58 career interceptions, Robinson played in Super Bowl I and Super Bowl IV for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kinchen, a tight end and deep snapper, also played for LSU and went on to play for five NFL teams. He was the snapper on the game-winning field goal when the New England Patriots won one of their Super Bowl titles in 2004.
Robinson and Kinchen’s father, Gus, were teammates on LSU’s 1958 team that won the national championship.
Track teams needed
Zachary is set to host a Practice/Tip-off outdoor track meet March 1. Field events will start at 3:30 p.m. and running events at 5:30 p.m.
The meet is open to the first 12 Baton Rouge teams that notify Zachary coach Chris Carrier by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (225) 658-7337. No entry fees are required.
It will be the first meet on ZHS’ new track. Field event competitors are limited to three jumps/throws, while coaches will time their athletes. Teams can enter athletes in individual events/relays only if they choose.
Compiled by Robin Fambrough