Live Oak four-star defensive lineman Jalen Lee said the lure of staying close to home served as a driving force in his decision to attend LSU.
ZACHARY -- At a height of 5 feet, 5 inches, Walker pitcher Grant Edwards is used to getting overlooked, and that sums up his prep season as a sophomore.
CENTRAL -- Streaky tendencies were the downfall of Denham Springs in Monday’s Summer League Volleyball final against Central.
BATON ROUGE – Summer league basketball, with its fast-paced games that seem to focus on the volume of games played as much as quality, would seem to be the perfect vehicle for a team to put forth a careless effort.
The Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State baseball and softball teams have a little bit of Denham Springs High flavor this year.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The first 11 minutes of Friday’s game in the Denham Springs High’s team camp was all you needed know about a potential strength of this upcoming season’s Walker High girls basketball team.
DENHAM SPRINGS – In some regards second-year Denham Springs coach Blake Zito believes his current team is ahead of last year’s team at this juncture of the summer.
WALKER – Pitching was the difference Thursday night when St. Michael visited Walker for a Metro League baseball game.
HAMMOND -- The whirlwind process of becoming a professional baseball player has begun for former Walker High standout Bryce Tassin.
DENHAM SPRINGS - After a strong first half powered by Dijone Flowers, Live Oak fell victim to a second half surge from Biloxi, Miss. and dropped Thursday’s game 35-26 during the Denham Springs High Team Camp.
WATSON – For a high school golfer with collegiate aspirations, the uncertainty was more than alarming.
Albany’s Brittney Turner was Livingston Parish’s lone representative on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 3A All-State softball team, which was released Thursday.
BATON ROUGE – His team’s new aggressive, full-court pressure produced the type of results Holden’s first-year coach Landon DuBois was hoping for in the first half of Wednesday’s Woodlawn High Summer Basketball League game with Doyle.
WATSON – During consecutive defensive series Live Oak’s Aiden Saunders tried lighting a fire under his team.
The 2019 LSWA All-State Track & Field Teams, selected by LSWA members from regular season and State Meet results. (* - Indicates season-best time before LHSAA Outdoor meet).
DENHAM SPRINGS – The start of Wednesday’s 7-on-7 football session of the Baton Rouge Metro League maybe didn’t start the way Denham Springs or Albany would have liked, but both teams made up for in the latter stages of the morning at Yellow Jacket Stadium.
WALKER – Walker High junior Peyton Richard may not be the most physically imposing football player on the field, but what he may lack in stature he makes up for in confidence and ability.
CENTRAL - Walker’s volleyball team displayed a marked improvement in their competitive edge in Monday’s summer volleyball meet, something sorely missing from their 2018 campaign.
BATON ROUGE – It would have been easy to call Denham Springs’ Metro League baseball game at St. Michael a comedy of errors, but none of the Yellow Jackets were laughing Tuesday evening.
BATON ROUGE – Denham Springs guard C.J. Johnson attributed his team’s performance in a 38-32 victory Monday over Live Oak to a greater amount of energy than it had showed in recent Woodlawn High School Summer League games.
The way Doyle baseball coach Tim Beatty and softball coach Amanda Decell see it, any number of their players are deserving of recognition and both squads had plenty of representation on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A All-State baseball and softball teams.
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Coach Fletcher shares her thoughts on being named the 2019 All-Parish Coach of the Year after guiding the Lady Cats to a 24-10 record, District 4-5A championship and Class 5A state semifinals.
WALKER - Walker High’s second-year coach Hali Fletcher said the byword going into the 2019 season was grit.
WALKER – Ever since the Holden softball team won its third straight state championship at the end of April, life has been moving pretty fast for Olivia Lackie.
Regardless of the magnitude of the moment, which in Cade Doughty’s case translated into relentless Major League Baseball scouts detailing his every move, the Denham Springs High senior always tried to remember one thing.
Holden placed five players on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class B All-State softball team, and for Lady Rockets coach Linzey Bowers, that’s fitting considering the team’s dynamic.