The Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s executive committee continues to accept “Requests for Proposals” for attorneys or a law firm to handle the association’s legal services.

Those interested should go to lhsaa.org and download the RFP form and complete it. Forms must be sent to the attention of interim LHSAA Executive Director Jimmy Anderson by Dec. 30.

All inquiries about this position should be sent to Richard Lavergne, chairman of the executive committee’s legal services committee. Send email to Lavergne at richard.lavergne@stmcougars.net.

Woodlawn seeks coach

Woodlawn is accepting applications for its vacant head football coach position until Jan. 4.

Résumés should be submitted by email to WHS Athletic Director Elmo Fernandez at efernandez@ebrschools.org or to Woodlawn Principal Scott Stevens at sstevens1@ebrschools.org.

Hoops milestones

Three University High boys basketball players either broke school records or reached significant milestones in recent dates.

Junior point guard Skylar Mays broke the school record for assists. He had 673 in 108 career games before this weekend’s tournament action. Former UHS and LSU standout Garrett Temple, now of the Washington Wizards, previously held the record at 658 in 130 games from 2001-04.

Also, junior forward Wayde Sims grabbed his 1,000 career rebound during the title game of Central’s Kinsley tournament. Another junior forward, DJ White, scored his 1,000th point late last month.

  • Family Christian senior Quiante Scott scored his 1,000th career point vs. Brusly last week.

Prep notables

Former Catholic High and University of Tampa basketball player Herman Osby Kelly III graduated from Metropolitan District of Columbia Police Academy on Dec. 12.

Kelly, who earned degrees in criminal justice at Tampa, was the class guidon/flag bearer for the graduation ceremony.

  • Coach Glenn Cecchini and members of Barbe High’s Class 5A/national championship baseball team will conduct a New Year’s Baseball Clinic from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 3 at Family Christian Academy.

Contact FCA’s David Castillo at (225) 247-8060 to register.