Catholic High confirmed it will forfeit two state football championships and two runner-up finishes as the result of LHSAA sanctions.
The sound of multiple basketball bouncing off a hardwood court during warmups might sound like repeated dull thuds to many people.
Trave Hopkins did not take a direct route to become a high school baseball coach. But the journey has prepared Hopkins well for his new role as baseball coach at Denham Springs.
Less than four months after leading Family Christian to a runner-up finish in Division V, Stefson Arnold is no longer the boys basketball coach of the Flames.
Why wait? That was Dutchtown High running back Dylan Sampson’s thought as he wrapped up an official visit to Tennessee last weekend.
After bursting onto the scene as a freshman in 2019, Notre Dame softball star Maci Bergeron had high goals for the 2020 season before it was cut short because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Le’Veon Moss’ decision to commit to Alabama during an unofficial visit last weekend may have caught some people by surprise. The Istrouma High running back said he surprised himself too.
Barbe High of Lake Charles swept the LHSAA’s Class 5A baseball and softball Class 5A state championships, and completed another double play by producing the Most Valuable Player on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association All State teams.
It was a special season for the North Vermilion baseball program and the North DeSoto softball program. Both won LHSAA Class 4A titles and now both have swept the top honors on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 4A All-State teams.
How do you replace a head coach who won two straight LHSAA basketball titles? For Port Allen High, the answer was simple — hire a guy with local ties who helped another team win a title in March.
Sterlington and Jena won the LHSAA’s Class 3A titles in baseball and softball. So, it is fitting to have players from each school headline the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 3A All-State softball and baseball teams.
Big improvements do not always lead to major accomplishments. But for Catholic-Pointe Coupee pitcher Blaire Bizette it certainly did.
Want high school basketball news in June? The Dunham School got some Friday, thanks to the latest postseason honor for former star Carlos Stewart.
A day after praising school administrators by comparing their work during the pandemic to juggling six live chainsaws, LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine cut to the heart of a different problem.
With a revamped lineup and more of an underdog status, no one knew what to expect from the Holden High School softball team.
The departure of Mark Carroll from Denham Springs High School and the addition of former LSU teammates Kade Scivicque and Jared Poche at French Settlement brings major change to the high school baseball landscape in Livingston Parish for 2022.
All that talk about missing sports during the pandemic turned into significant action for the LHSAA this spring once COVID-19 fan restrictions were lifted.
The parameters are different for William “Scooter” Myers and Vernon Langley. But some of the challenges are the same as summer football workouts begin this week.
Cara “Moon” Ursin, a two-time Louisiana Miss Basketball who spent the past four seasons at Baylor before entering the transfer portal this spring, will rejoin Kim Mulkey at LSU.
LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine shared an emotional experience from the 2020-21 sports year, noting the contrast going into the LHSAA’s summer executive committee meeting set for Wednesday and Thursday.
As another high school sports year ends, there are always a few feel good stories that add a little icing to the cake. Well, we can start the "postseason" with two.
Being hired for a “dream job” does not happen for every coach. For Derrick Jones, there is an added bonus — he does not have to go far to live his.
Gavin Soniat is set to play at Louisiana Tech, but he doesn't often attract much attention in football as an offensive lineman. He returned from an injury-plagued junior season to lead a line that carried the Spartans to regional round of the 5A p…
Pondering what high school athletes lost during the COVID-19 pandemic was common. Chris Hilton Jr. took the opposite approach.
Plenty of athletes worked to improve their skills during quarantine. Parkview Baptist’s Ariel Pedigo became a different athlete.
Ava Riche excelled in three sports for a school that won three LHSAA titles. She is the Star of Stars for gymnastics for one LHSAA title team.
Zeon Chriss was part of three teams who won LHSAA Class 3A titles in 2020-21. The football Star of Stars quarterbacked his team to its first LHSAA title with 2,902 total yards and 41 total TDs.
No one can deny Catholic High’s status as a local soccer power. The last time the Bears won an LHSAA title was a decade before its senior class was born.
Quamecca Stafford was selected as best high school girls powerlifter in the history of the sport by the Louisiana Powerlifting Coaches Association.
The road to a first state championship is seldom easy. Which is why East Iberville basketball coach Mark Temple can smile now when he recalls the first summer league game his team played.
The best of the best in each sport: volleyball, cross country, swimming, basketball, powerlifting, soccer, gymnastics, bowling, tennis, golf and track and field.
The best of the best in each sport: football, cross country, swimming, wrestling, basketball, powerlifting, soccer, gymnastics, bowling, tennis, baseball, golf and track and field.
East Iberville basketball coach Mark Temple edges Melissa Ramsey of U-High and George Newport of St. Joseph's
There are many things that can draw a person into the world of sports. Bryson McCoy discovered what that was for him when he began competing in the Special Olympics.
Being a part of Special Olympics has helped Meghan Burns make friends, and it has also helped her develop an understanding of what it takes to be an athlete at higher levels.
Some men prefer a road less traveled. But for James “Houseman” Johnson, the route to Scotlandville High has always been meaningful.
During a year in a pandemic, Louisiana and the LHSAA did something few people thought was possible — execute an entire sports calendar, complete with championship events. It was something many states across the nation could not do.