One of the central factors in Rhett Rosevear’s recent commitment to Southeastern Louisiana’s baseball program took place during conversations between the Live Oak junior on his unofficial visit with sixth-year coach Matt Riser.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Cade Doughty estimated that he’s waited longer than three years for the moment to finally arrive.
The Central High-to-Southeastern Louisiana pipeline remains productive in generating athletic resources, especially on the baseball field.
DENHAM SPRINGS - Just two short years after historic floods besieged Livingston Parish, the bonding that took place as the community was forced to rebuild is still evident, even among the athletes who compete for Denham Springs High.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs’ Mark Carroll didn’t have the updated total, but it was still a proud moment for the long-time Yellow Jackets baseball coach.
DENHAM SPRINGS - Denham Springs High School shortstop Reese Smith made this eye-opening revelation about his Louisiana Knights 15U travel baseball team.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Rising senior Cade Doughty of Denham Springs added another national honor to his growing baseball resume’.
WATSON – It was the kind of example Live Oak first-year baseball coach Jesse Cassard deems essential in developing a culture of leadership within his program.
ZACHARY -- Chris Thorne had a pointed message for his team at halftime against district-foe Zachary Thursday night.
BATON ROUGE – Live Oak squandered every bit of a nine-point second-half lead Wednesday night at St. Michael forcing the Eagles to turn to desperate measures.
BATON ROUGE - Live Oak leading scorer Dijone Flowers sat out more than three minutes in the fourth quarter of the Eagles girls basketball game at St. Michael Wednesday evening, but there were no worries.
WALKER – Walker High assistant coach Meoka Young set the scene for her daughter Tiara Young several days before.
WALKER – St. Joseph’s Academy exploded for six goals in the second half to down Walker 7-1 in Tuesday’s District 3-I matchup.
After losing the district championship in the penultimate match of the season to Catholic High last year, the Denham Springs boys’ soccer team is out to take the next step forward and win the District 3-I crown.
Despite a lack of depth, the Live Oak girls’ soccer team was carrying an impressive streak into the start of district play.
To the victor went the spoils and for Zachary, which claimed its second straight Class 5A state championship, the Broncos led quite a parade on the first team All-State squad released Sunday by the Louisiana Sportswriters Association.
For Bryan and Vince Bayonne, twin brothers who are also seniors on the Live Oak High basketball team, playing sports has provided an outlet for their natural sibling rivalry, but underneath their competitive nature is a bond that makes them inseparable.
DENHAM SPRINGS - After a turbulent period earlier in December in which it played without two starters, Denham Springs had every right to feel like they finally had its season back on track.
DENHAM SPRINGS - It may have been the first game of a new year, but it was business as usual for the Denham Spring girls’ basketball team.
LAFAYETTE – The Walker Wildcats learned a lot about themselves in their final game Saturday in the Sunkist Shootout at St. Thomas More.
HOLDEN – Live Oak coach Michelle Yawn couldn’t remember the last time she had a team sweep three games in a tournament.
WALKER – The chip that B.J. Lockhart’s carried around on his shoulder during his career has been a sizeable one.
WALKER - Even through a coaching career that hadn’t yet spanned two decades, there wasn’t anything in the coaching handbook that had adequately prepared Walker High’s Cecil Thomas for what was in store.
LAFAYETTE - When Archbishop Rummel rallied to take a two-point lead against Walker in Wednesday’s opening-round action of the St. Thomas More Shootout, Jalen Cook knew what he had to do.
WALKER – Walker’s Trent Montgomery had one of the more powerful moments that typified how different his team’s approach was to Saturday’s finale in the Wildcats Christmas Classic.
More than a month after the LHSAA ruled three players from Walker High School’s girls basketball team ineligible, suspended coach Korey Arnold for a calendar year, and fined the school $5,000, the state’s governing body for high school athletics reversed its course on Thursday afternoon.
WATSON – Given his football lineage it was apparent Live Oak strong safety Eli Johnson was destined to play college football one day.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Davion Nassri was able to prove to himself over the past year that he was indeed good enough to play college football.
A whirlwind weekend in New Orleans for Zachary’s Tyler Judson resulted in a more than just a Class 5A state championship.