LAFAYETTE – The task ahead of them was formidable.
MANDEVILLE – The postgame tears were already obvious when Denham Springs volleyball coach Pam Dubuy brought her five seniors together for a group embrace.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The Denham Springs volleyball team may not have won a district championship, but the 2018 team that’s headed for postseason play next week will still leave behind a legacy of sorts.
DENHAM SPRINGS – The only good thing after Denham Springs’ 3-0 loss to St. Amant on Wednesday in the District 4-I finale for both teams at Grady Hornsby Gym was that the Lady Jackets hope to use the match as a learning experience for the state playoffs.
WATSON - Live Oak survived two early slugfests to put away Plaquemine 28-26, 24-26, 25-19, 25-11 in Monday’s district encounter.
DUTCHTOWN – Nearly three weeks ago when Denham Springs hosted Dutchtown, the Lady Jackets showed signs of hanging around a while, taking the third set from the Lady Griffins in a 3-1 defeat.
GONZALES – The Denham Springs High volleyball is fighting to earn a spot in the LHSAA state playoffs, which begins in two weeks, but the Yellow Jackets didn’t help their cause Monday evening.
WALKER - The Walker Wildcats showed they could bounce back strong. The next assignment is to finish strong.
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 – 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.
WALKER – One of the byproducts of playing from ahead and building comfortable leads is the ability to experiment with both alignments and personnel.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Regardless of Thursday’s outcome, the Denham Springs High volleyball team planned to present coach Pam Dubuy with flowers and a cookie cake for her birthday.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs volleyball coach Pam Dubuy said she had a hard time preparing her team for East Ascension leading up Wednesday’s District 4-I opener.
BATON ROUGE – Live Oak will have to wait nearly three weeks for the opportunity to atone for Monday’s 3-0 setback at Lee High in a matchup of District 4-II co-leaders.
CENTRAL – Central and Denham Springs went the distance in Monday’s nondistrict volleyball action.
ZACHARY – After losing their grip on a five-point lead and potentially a two-set lead, Denham Springs volleyball coach Pam Dubuy told her team before they returned to the floor they had two games remaining.
WATSON – Denham Springs volleyball team has nearly dug itself out of an insurmountable hole to start the season.
WALKER -- Walker picked its second win of the season, sweeping Mentorship Academy, 25-6, 25-21, and 25-9, and Anna Ferrand had plenty to do with Tuesday's victory.
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.
SPRINGFIELD – It’s safe to say the return of Shelby Prest has given the Denham Springs High volleyball team a boost.
WATSON -- Live Oak didn’t waste any time getting off to a good start in District 4-II play Monday, sweeping Scotlandville 25-15, 25-21, 25-12.