CENTRAL – It’s hard to imagine for the team had it all a year ago that was something missing in Walker’s magical run to the school’s first Class 5A state championship.
DENHAM SPRINGS - Senior night has always been a celebration of the players who have given as many as four years to a team, but coaches also know that it can be a trap of sorts once the ball is tipped off.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs roared back from an early one-goal deficit to cap its regular season with a 5-2 victory Monday over Central at Yellow Jacket Stadium.
WALKER – Since becoming eligible a month ago for Walker’s girls basketball team, Trinity Harold has taken on an assortment of roles as a key reserve off the team’s bench.
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WATSON – Live Oak defeated both Central and the wind Saturday night in a wild 2-1 finish that saw two scores inside the final four minutes.
CENTRAL – Denham Springs forward Jala Robinson acknowledges being a multi-tasker on the court when it comes to trying to fulfill her job description.
CENTRAL – Live Oak edged out Central 2-1 Friday night in a key District 4-II matchup due in no small part to the heroic goalkeeping of senior Kylie Stringer.
The three Livingston Parish schools produced a total of 12 first-team selections on the 2018 All-District 4-5A football team.
WALKER - Central forced the issue from whistle to whistle in its 3-0 defeat of Walker on Thursday, moving the ball nearly at will and stopping the Wildcats’ attacks before they could develop.
CENTRAL – The sudden shifts in momentum, where the Wildcats' previous games had changed on a dime, didn’t quite materialize the same they had for the majority of Walker's season.
DENHAM SPRINGS - Denham Springs took the series lead against its bitter rival with a wild 38-28 victory Friday over Central.
CENTRAL - Going to a pep rally is not often described as a transformative event, but for Central High’s Caroline Nunnery, it was just that three years ago when she took in a football rally.
WATSON – Central High rallied from a 2-0 deficit to win three straight wins and outlast Live Oak in five sets Thursday 18-25, 22-25, 25-15, 25-22, and 15-12.
CENTRAL – For Central High’s defense, putting together a strong performance is all about confidence and trust.
CENTRAL – The Central High volleyball team has been on a quest for consistency, and for one evening, at least, the Wildcats found what they were looking for against District 3-I rival Zachary.
CENTRAL -- After three straight losses to start the season, Central is steadily adding tallies to the win column.
CENTRAL – Central and Denham Springs went the distance in Monday’s nondistrict volleyball action.
BATON ROUGE – Central High did its best to disrupt its opponent’s offense but came up on the short end of a four-set, closer-than-the-score-indicated match at University High on Monday evening.
DUTCHTOWN - Special teams and defense defined Central and Dutchtown’s Friday night matchup with the Griffins edging the Wildcats 16-13 in overtime.
CENTRAL - Central High quarterback Sam Kenerson may have to choose between football and baseball for good at some point, but the choice he made over the summer was one that will benefit him regardless of what sport he plays.
There’s no use fretting about being trapped in the best district in the state. With that in mind, Central coach Sid Edwards is simply focusing inward for the 2018 season.
The Central High-to-Southeastern Louisiana pipeline remains productive in generating athletic resources, especially on the baseball field.
Zachary High and Central High finished at opposite ends of the Class 5A playoffs last season, but the schools will begin their 2018 quest for distinction with several factors in common.
CENTRAL - For Central High senior Jacoby Putman, the coming football season is a chance for him to provide leadership on the field and off.
BATON ROUGE - Midway through the third quarter of its summer league basketball game against St. Michael The Archangel, Central began to flash the determination and athleticism coach Brian Hargroder hopes will be the team’s trademark for the coming season.
CENTRAL -- When the basketball wasn’t falling through the hoop at the rate Live Oak would have liked in the first half, the Lady Eagles took on more of a defensive posture.