John Curtis scored the first 11 points and that was enough to give it control as the Patriots went on to defeat Dominican 41-24 in a District 9-5A game Thursday night at Curtis.
Whenever Slidell and St. Paul’s hit the basketball court to face each other, you can pretty much expect a tight, exciting contest.
Brionne Woods’ 18-point, 14-rebound performance lifted Cabrini over Helen Cox 57-37 in the nondistrict girls basketball game Tuesday night.
Five years ago, the LSU beach volleyball team started with some St. Tammany Parish flavor from Katie Lindelow, younger sister of Mandeville High volleyball coach Rachel Schulingkamp.
Behind a hat trick and an assist from seventh-grader Lainey Connell, the Christ Episcopal girls’ soccer team easily defeated St. Martin’s Episcopal 8-0 in a nondistrict match at home.
Cabria Lewis led four Eagles in double figures with 18 points as she helped lead Warren Easton to a dominant 74-41 win over St. Katherine Drexel Prep on Monday at McMain’s gym.
Warren Easton’s defense set the tone from the beginning as the Eagles rolled to a 52-27 victory over host Helen Cox in the District 9-4A opener for both Friday night.
It was anyone’s game in the first half at Country Day's Patrick Gymnasium on Friday night, but in the end, it was the Cajuns who claimed a comfortable victory.
Courtney Schindler preached to her team about all the hard work that they had put in during a lunchtime pep talk prior to Lee Road taking on William Pitcher for the St. Tammany Parish Junior High Division II girls basketball championship.
Perhaps extracting some revenge from a loss on the gridiron, William Pitcher Junior High defeated Clearwood Junior High 43-37 to capture the 2018-2019 St. Tammany Parish Public Schools Division II boys’ basketball championship at Folsom Junior Hig…
With goals coming early, Lakeshore and East Jefferson battled to a 1-1 tie as neither managed to make it past the others outstanding defense Thursday night in Metairie.
Behind a suffocating defensive effort that held Mandeville to only seven points in the first half, the Northshore High School girls’ basketball team remained unbeaten in league play after a 49-28 victory Tuesday night at Mandeville.
Score one for disruption of what Holy Cross coach Mister Kirkwood likes to call “the order of operations’’ in the Catholic League boys basketball race.
I was sitting in the press box at Titan Coliseum on Jan. 4 covering the Northshore High-St. Scholastica girls soccer match, (SSA won 2-0) and I found myself asking the same question repeatedly.
In a showdown between two of the top boys’ soccer teams in District 4-I, Conner Walmsley’s goal in the second half proved to be the game-winner as St. Paul’s defeated Northshore on the road 1-0.
After being shutout in the second round of the 2017 playoffs, the John Ehret football team made a run all the way to the Class 5A semifinals this year, led by a stellar senior class. A trio of Patriots seniors headlined the eight New Orleans-area …
“The order of operation,’’ to use one of Holy Cross coach Mister Kirkwood’s pet phrases, is that anything can happen in Catholic League basketball.
Behind a dominating defensive effort, Dominican defeated South Lafourche 41-29 Saturday afternoon in the Girls Silver bracket championship game of the AllState Sugar Bowl National Prep Classic at the Alario Center in Westwego.
For most of the game, it was anyone’s guess who would play Bishop Loughlin of New York in the Sugar Bowl Prep Classic final Saturday night. By the end, however, it was clear that the Dunham Tigers would be ready for the challenge.
Coach Mike McGuire and his Country Day boys basketball team have built themselves as an LHSAA Division III powerhouse with their methodical offensive pace. But sometimes your opponent ends up dictating the flow.
It had all the makings of a tournament title game, a matchup of reigning LHSAA state girls basketball champions and an epic fourth-quarter comeback.