CENTRAL -- David Brewerton saw the focus from his team all week in practice.
ZACHARY – Zachary High School athlete Sean Burrell has been turning heads on the track since he was a freshman, but the junior sprinter is also beginning to make a name for himself on the football field.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The belief Denham Springs had in the first three-plus minutes of Friday’s encounter with reigning Class 5A state champion Zachary quickly turned to disbelief.
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.
BATON ROUGE – A pair of first-place finishes from Eric King highlighted a successful showing for Zachary’s swim teams at last Saturday’s Capital City Swim League Meet at Crawfish Aquatics.
ZACHARY - It’s hard to miss the contributions Caleb Jackson makes for the Zachary High football team. Through three games, the senior defensive lineman has been living in opponents’ backfields while piling up impressive statistics.
SLIDELL - It didn't much look like a defending Class 5A state champion squad that took the field Friday night in its season opener.
During the time when he was an assistant at East St. John, Bill Conides got a front-row seat to one of the state’s best Class 5A districts.
ZACHARY – For Zachary’s Keilon Brown and Chandler Whitfield, it was like the 2017 season never stopped in the Superdome.
BATON ROUGE— Denham Springs High experienced a bit of uncertainty and some growing pains in its jamboree contest with Zachary on Thursday.
ZACHARY – Zachary three-star defensive back Tyler Judson feels like he’s got a good sense of humor, and following an unofficial visit to Ole Miss in June, he decided to unleash some of it on his unsuspecting parents.
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.
ZACHARY – Much like Zachary High sprinter Indya Jackson hones in on the finish line, Broncos track and field coach Chris Carrier is quick getting to the point when talking about the awards that have come his way since the end of the season.
ZACHARY – Two of the biggest reasons that contributed to Zachary wide receiver Chandler Whitfield’s recent commitment to Nicholls State revolved around two central factors.
ZACHARY – Zachary basketball coach Jon McClinton was looking for a measuring stick in his team’s final summer league game.
ZACHARY – Zachary’s Keilon Brown has the chance to do something unique: start all four years at quarterback in the highest classification Louisiana has to offer.
ZACHARY -- Zachary was without its starting quarterback Keilon Brown for half of Wednesday’s 7-on-7 games, but the Broncos shined on both sides of the ball regardless.The Broncos combined to throw for 681 yards on 46 of 85 passing in four games against Broadmoor, Woodlawn, Dutchtown and Dist…
BATON ROUGE -- A lot has happened to Zachary’s girls’ basketball program since its best showing in just over two decades.
To the folks who passionately root for District 4-5A teams and & Louisiana: In a quick and easy pair of words, thank you.
Central navigated the District 4-5A season unscathed, while Live Oak managed to create some late-season momentum in league play. As a result of their strong district performances, the Lady Wildcats and Eagles claimed the largest share of the spots on the 2018 All-District 4-5A team.
Dominating one of the best districts in the state tends to yield some rewards. Which explains why most of Zachary’s starting lineup and the Broncos’ top pitchers landed on the All-District 4-5A first team that was unveiled Monday.
BATON ROUGE -- Zachary came out on top over John Curtis Christian and District 4-5A rival Scotlandville for the Class 5A State Track & Field championship on Saturday at Bernie Moore Stadium.
BATON ROUGE -- Zachary senior Kristian Jackson took time to reflect after stepping off the awards podium for the final time of her high school career at the Louisiana High School Athletic Associations's Class 3A-5A State Track and Field Meet at LSU's Bernie Moore Track Stadium.
ZACHARY – A major emphasis for Central coming into its weekend showdown with No. 1 seed and District 4-5A rival in the Class 5A state quarterfinals was limiting mistakes and taking advantage of any openings the Broncos happened to present.
Central navigated the regular season effectively, notching 21 wins, finishing second in District 4-5A and earning a top-8 seed in the Class 5A playoffs.
When his family situation changed, Greg Briggs knew it was time to follow his heart, which is something Jesse Cassard can certainly relate to.
ZACHARY -- If this was the end of the road, Central Lafourche coach Simon Badeaux took solace that his club lost to the state’s best team.