BOSSIER CITY — After having his kids have a night's sleep next to the site of last year’s disappointment, Teurlings Catholic wrestling coach Brad Macha can have his team rest a lot easier following the conclusion of the state wresting tournament.
NEW IBERIA — New Iberia pounced on Lafayette High in overtime to take a 55-48 win at home Friday in a showdown of two of the state's top-rated squads.
Day one of the Division II state wrestling tournament at the Century-Link Center in Bossier City went quite well for the Teurlings Catholic Rebels.
It took about 54 minutes of game action for St. Thomas More senior goalkeeper Paityn Gautreaux to touch the ball during the No. 1 Lady Cougars’ Division II quarterfinal against No. 8 Benton on Friday night at Cougar Stadium.
The Acadiana High football team received a helping hand to commemorate the Wreckin' Rams' fifth state championship in school history.
Lane Patin scored on a late penalty kick to lift the North Vermilion boys soccer team to a 1-0 win over David Thibodaux in a Division III regional playoff game Thursday, sending the Patriots to the quarterfinals for the first time.
Perhaps there’s always room for improvement, and St. Thomas More boys soccer coach Mark Hiller certainly hopes his team’s best is yet to come.
After 80 minutes of regulation and two overtime periods, Lafayette and Dutchtown high schools remained tied 1-1 in the second round of the Division I girls soccer playoffs Tuesday at Lafayette High.
If this is the Lafayette High boys basketball team’s “hell week,” as coach Clifton Brown called it, then the Mighty Lions aced their first exam.
The Northside High School boys basketball team needed a game exactly like Monday’s 46-45 overtime win against Carencro.
Iota girls basketball coach Meghann LeJeune has never shied away from playing some of the state’s top programs.
With its top offensive threat still recovering from a recent injury, the Acadiana boys soccer team got goals from four players to oust No. 21 Central-Baton Rouge 4-1 in a Division I first-round playoff game Saturday afternoon at Moore Park.
Prolific shooters like St. Thomas More junior Claire Hader often possess a certain attitude when playing basketball. You could call it confidence, but in reality, it’s fearlessness.
There’s an understandable explanation, so Teurlings Catholic boys soccer coach John Plumbar didn’t want to use to word “humbling.”
The Beau Chene boys soccer team won 10 of its final 11 regular-season games, including all but one game in January.
Sixteen boys soccer squads from the Acadiana area found out their playoff paths when the LHSAA released the four 24-team brackets on Wednesday.
Princeton Malbrue's teammates on the Lafayette Christian football team were perplexed as to where Malbrue was set to sign a national letter of intent on Wednesday afternoon at LCA.
Southside football coach Josh Fontenot has often talked about the “leap of faith” coaches and players made to transfer to the new school in Youngsville in 2017.
Comeaux High School boys basketball coach Jeremy Whittington may have been frustrated that his team found itself in this position in the first place — trailing 42-35 heading into the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s District 3-5A matchup with New Iberi…
Once the playoff brackets are revealed each year, St. Thomas More girls soccer coach Daniel Underwood is often quick to remind his team of what the Lady Cougars have accomplished to that point.
Nate Cox is like many Americans who learned of the Garden City Community College football program’s existence through the Netflix series “Last Chance U.”
Louisiana Tech's coaching staff didn't give up on its recruitment of St. Thomas More quarterback Caleb Holstein, who originally committed to Harvard in late June.
LEBEAU — During her 23 years as girls basketball coach at North Central, Vanessa Taylor has established a tradition of success.
The key for the Lafayette Christian boys basketball team against Opelousas in the second matchup of the inaugural Bring Back the Top 28 Classic at the Cajundome was simply slowing the game down.
OK, it’s status quo. But is it really time to wonder, yet again, which way the LHSAA is going to go next? Or should people accept the LHSAA as a split organization?
Perhaps the Lafayette Christian girls basketball team could have played cleaner down the stretch of Saturday’s matchup with LaGrange, the opening game of the inaugural Bring Back the Top 28 Classic at the Cajundome.
Neither North Vermilion principal Tommy Byler nor Catholic-New Iberia principal Stella Arabie got what they ultimately wanted during the LHSAA’s annual convention at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge.
For Southside boys basketball coach Brad Boyd playing in the Cajundome for the Top 28 tournament as a player at St. Thomas More is still on a short list of top highlights from his playing career.
Both proposals aimed at bringing the LHSAA's select/nonselect schools back together were rejected on the final day of the LHSAA's annual convention.
Odds that a Heisman Trophy winner, a PGA golf champion, a national record-setting boys basketball scorer, a softball pitcher with 40 no-hitters, a well-known Major League Baseball player and a Super Bowl MVP could be grouped together seems remote.
A letter drafted on behalf of the LHSCA’s executive counsel Thursday night asks member schools to support a proposal that would allow principals to appoint a qualified designee as their school’s representative at future LHSAA convention.
The second day of the LHSAA’s annual convention was a day of work — and perhaps homework — for principals, coaches and athletic directors.