LHSAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Lee Magnet's (4) Diamond Hunter guards St. Louis' (5) Anaiya Turner during the Division II final game of the LHSAA Girls State Basketball March Madness tournament in Alexandria, LA on Friday, March. 1, 2019.

When is the No. 13 not a bad thing? When you are Lee High girls basketball guard Diamond Hunter. 

Hunter revealed the list of the 13 schools she has scholarship offers from, while East Ascension has announced the hiring of Brittney Perry Williams as its new softball coach.

The Louisiana-heavy list of schools that have offered Hunter a scholarship before her senior season include: Southern, UL, Southeastern Louisiana, the Louisiana-Monroe, Grambling, McNeese, Nicholls State and Northwestern State.

Hunter, who led the Patriots to the Division II select title last spring, also has offers from Ouachita Baptist, Sam Houston, Southern Miss, North Texas and Georgia Southwestern.

Williams was most recently an assistant at Zachary. She is a Zachary native and played for her older sister Tyra Perry at Western Kentucky, a former Zachary and LSU player who is now the head coach at Illinois.

Williams succeeds Katie Ocmand Marse, who accepted a teaching job at Lutcher.

Prep notables

St. Michael the Archangel will host a fall sports media day from noon until 4 p.m. Sunday in Room 204 at the school.

Players and coaches for football, volleyball, cross country and swimming will have photos taken and record videos. Senior girls basketball players also will be involved in the event.

• Broadmoor is seeking home/away boys basketball tournaments or games for Nov. 25-27, Dec. 4-7 and/or Jan. 17th. Contact head coach, Terrence Gillette at (225) 247-4601.