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DENHAM SPRINGS – If there was one final item on his punch list before the start of fall camp, Denham Springs coach Bill Conides put an emphatic check mark next to the availability of his returning quarterback.
WALKER – Before he can go about the duty of coaching his first team at Walker High, coach Chad Mahaffey said the next several days will play a pivotal role in the shaping of the team’s season.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs senior offense lineman Alex Harris shudders to think what his life will be without football.
BATON ROUGE – LSU punter Zach Von Rosenberg of Zachary is one of 26 players from across the country named as a preseason candidate for the Ray Guy Award, the Augusta Sports Council announced.
Some athletes are forced to choose between one sport or another as they move into higher levels of competition.
DENHAM SPRINGS – It’s been nearly eight months since Denham Springs senior quarterback Luke Lunsford last threw a meaningful pass.
An old proverb states that opportunity never knocks twice at any man’s door, but a different twist on the saying might be that sometimes it’s better to be the one doing the knocking.
DENHAM SPRINGS – With a wide receiver group that graduated its top four players from a productive unit Denham Springs’ offense provides plenty of opportunity for aspiring receivers looking to get on the field for the 2019 season.
WATSON - Live Oak used its final 7-on-7 session in the Baton Rouge Metro League with an eye on developing depth and turned over some of Wednesday’s playing time to some its younger players.
WATSON -- Heading into his team's spring game in early May, Live Oak coach Brett Beard had questions about his secondary. A little over a month later, he might have found an answer.
WALKER – Walker and Springfield each had a mixed bag of results in the third week of Baton Rouge Metro 7-on-7 League in the Wednesday at Wildcat Stadium.
Live Oak four-star defensive lineman Jalen Lee said his standing offer from LSU football coach Ed Orgeron on when he wanted to commit to the Tigers didn’t have a particular timetable.
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.
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.
WATSON – During consecutive defensive series Live Oak’s Aiden Saunders tried lighting a fire under his team.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs sophomore quarterback Hayden Hand got a different perspective in the life of a first-string quarterback this week.
WATSON - It’s been less than a month since Live Oak’s spring game since the Eagles turned to Rhett Rosevear as their new starting quarterback.
WALKER – All it took was one big play to give Albany the momentum it needed to go 3-0 on the first day of 7-on-7 football league action Wednesday at Walker High.
BATON ROUGE – When Walker High coach Anthony Schiro finished giving his team instructions for the start of fourth quarter, he was joined on the bench by a couple of popular faces.
WATSON – Live Oak coach Brett Beard believed senior defensive lineman Jalen Lee checked all of the boxes when it came to college recruiting.
If the enthusiasm of Scotlandville High coach Lester Ricard is an indicator, the Hornets are in position to return to their place as a perennial playoff team in Division I after their first losing season in eight years.
CENTRAL - After losing several key starters to graduation, the Central High football team took full advantage of spring workouts to try and plug new faces into the right spots on its depth chart.
WALKER – It was the best drive by Woodlawn’s offense, having reached Walker’s 14-yard line with two seconds remaining in Thursday’s spring football scrimmage.
PLAQUEMINE – When it was discovered that Denham Springs would not have senior quarterback Luke Lunsford available for its entire spring training, junior John McDaniel was provided an opportunity to gain valuable experience with the Yellow Jackets No. 1 offense.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Heading into his third season in charge at Denham Springs High coach Bill Conides is ready to leave his mark on the program. But before he can do that, he’ll have to make sure his prolific offense is set to replace a handful of key playmakers.
WATSON – Live Oak hasn’t had a lot of time to allow quarterback Rhett Rosevear to adapt to the starting role, but after Saturday’s spring game against East Ascension there is reason to be optimistic.
WATSON – The start of the season began with a historic statewide ranking for the program and quick 3-0 start and ended with an unceremonious first-round state playoff exit.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Two days before he wound up signing with a Division III school to continue his football career, Denham Springs cornerback Caleb Young was entertaining a career path entirely unrelated to athletics.
WALKER – Jalen Cook stares down at the floor in front of him, stretching a strand of hair as far as it can go, in this case midway down his face.
The head football coaching vacancy at Walker High School appeared to be headed into the month of March when the school’s principal, Jason St. Pierre, received an inquiry over the weekend into the status of the job.
WALKER – Parents were talking both football and education at a signing ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 6, for two Walker High School athletes.
WATSON – Live Oak’s Sal Palermo refers to himself as a “gunslinger”, a quarterback with a preference for throwing the ball.
WATSON – The sight of LSU football coach Ed Orgeron on campus Thursday at Live Oak High School created quite a buzz among administrators, faculty and students.
After becoming the school’s permanent head football coach Walker High just over two months ago, Cecil Thomas is leaving the school.
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.
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.
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.