The Zachary Athletic Department's annual four-person scramble golf tournament to benefit Zachary athletics will be played at Copper Mill on Monday, April 2.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Denham Springs High suffered a season-ending 3-0 defeat to Jesuit on Tuesday in the Division 1 state quarterfinals.
ALEXANDRIA -- Every step along a postseason journey has some hurdles to deal with. Denham Springs High encountered its share and then one on Thursday in the Division I regional round against Alexandria Senior High.
Playoff soccer takes center stage Thursday, with the Denham Springs High and Live Oak boys both taking aim at road victories.
COVINGTON -- It wasn’t supposed to end this way for Denham Springs High.Yes, the 19th-seeded Lady Jackets were big underdogs to St. Scholastica in the second round of the Division I soccer playoffs Monday night. But after a heart-stopping, overtime win at Captain Shreve in the first round of…
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Denham Springs High rolled past H.L. Bourgeois 5-1 Friday to advance to the second round of the Division 1 soccer playoffs.
SHREVEPORT -- It looked as though Denham Springs High would check every box, playing complete and dominating soccer for 80 minutes only to travel back home with a first-round playoff loss on Friday.
Denham Springs High and Live Oak will represent Livingston Parish in the 2018 LHSAA boys’ soccer tournament and longtime rival Central also made the 24-team field.
Denham Springs High stands as the only team representing Livingston Parish team in the 2017 LHSAA girls soccer playoffs, but they have company from their district and an old rival.
ZACHARY -- Baton Rouge High has relied on defense all season, and Monday night was no different. The Lady Bulldogs limited Zachary to one long, offline shot in the second half as they cruised to a 3-0 District 3-1 win.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Denham Springs High dropped a 4-1 result to St. Joseph’s Academy on Monday to close out the 2017-18 regular season.
WATSON -- Live Oak soundly defeated Lee 6-1 Saturday night to snap a five-game winless streak and pick up a much-needed District 4-2 victory heading into the final stretch of the season.
BATON ROUGE -- For the second year in a row, Denham Springs High lost the de-facto District 3-I championship match to Catholic, this time by a score of 2-0 on Friday.
BATON ROUGE -- Central and Broadmoor battled to a 0-0 tie Wednesday night at Broadmoor, but it wasn’t because the teams weren’t trying to score.
WALKER -- Denham Springs High downed District 3-1 rival Walker 4-2 Wednesday behind the strength of yet another strong performance from Makenzie Maher.
WALKER -- Walker notched a resounding 6-0 win over Woodlawn Tuesday night to snap a three-game skid. Haley Marshall led the Lady Cats with a pair of goals, while Kylie Jones, Abby Crotwell, Jourdan Miley and Sydney Nester all had one each. Kylie Hodges had five saves in a clean-sheet effort.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Denham Springs High rolled its win streak to seven games in a row with a decisive 3-0 decisive shutout of rival Walker on Tuesday.
ZACHARY -- The final 20 minutes of Friday’s District 3-I soccer match did little to change the outcome of fourth-ranked Catholic High’s victory over Zachary.
Usually by now, a routine has set in for high school basketball teams. A district season has begun with round-robin play against familiar opponents.
CENTRAL -- When Live Oak and Central played to a 4-4 draw Monday night, both sides came away from the match equally frustrated and proud of its efforts.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Before an anticipated showdown later this week with St. Paul’s – the top-ranked and four-time defending Division I state champion – Denham Springs High coach Chris Thorne said his team got exactly what it wanted in the way of preparation.
Denham Springs High won a pair of matches last week before falling hard to West Monroe on the road on Saturday.
WATSON -- Central picked up its first ever win at Live Oak on Friday when the Lady Wildcats dropped the Lady Eagles 3-0 on a cold and windy night.
BATON ROUGE -- After going down early in the match, Live Oak withstood a constant barrage of pressure to sneak out a draw against Broadmoor to open District 4-2 play on Wednesday.