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.
HAMMOND – The process of building a team isn’t always easy, and it may be a bit tougher for the Denham Springs High volleyball team over the next few weeks.
SPRINGFIELD – In listening to the opposing coaches in Thursday’s Live Oak-Springfield volleyball match, it was tough to tell who won and who lost.
DENHAM SPRINGS – Denham Springs used both a furious rally and a dominant set to reach the catbird seat in Thursday’s match against Ruston but couldn’t close the deal in a five-set marathon 24-26, 25-14, 8-25, 25-22, 15-12.
WALKER - Live Oak’s season began with an emphatic exclamation point in Tuesday night’s clean sweep of Walker with a 25-18, 25-9, 25-20 victory.
BATON ROUGE— Denham Springs High experienced a bit of uncertainty and some growing pains in its jamboree contest with Zachary on Thursday.
BATON ROUGE – A late surge in a second-match victory appeared to make all the difference in Live Oak’s volleyball team finishing up the Woodlawn High Jamboree in style.
BATON ROUGE – Walker freshman Reese Patten said she typified her teammates’ approach to the start of Wednesday’s Woodlawn High Jamboree.
In the wake of head coach Pam Dubuy’s cancer diagnosis, the Denham Springs volleyball team is heading into the season with a new focus.
With less than two weeks to go until the start of volleyball season, Live Oak coach Chastity Sims is still trying to whittle down her roster from a field of 30 candidates, but with five returning starters and another player who saw plenty of action, she won’t need to add many players.
Walker’s volleyball team is a doing a reset of sorts this season following a disappointing 5-25 season a year ago.
WATSON - After a year in which she was selected to the All-Parish first team, Live Oak’s Olivia Betz is looking to take on a larger role in 2018.
To the folks who passionately root for District 4-5A teams and & Louisiana: In a quick and easy pair of words, thank you.
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.
NEW ORLEANS -- It’s been a rollercoaster season for Live Oak, but the Lady Eagles were a confident and hungry group heading into Wednesday’s playoff matchup against Edna Karr.
CENTRAL -- Central outside hitter Natalie Cox got lots of swings and Zachary libero plenty Lindsey Naquin of digs off those swings in the Division I, District 3 finale for both teams at Central on Tuesday.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Senior Night for Denham Springs High on Thursday was complete with roses, tears, hugs and lots of picture-taking. Not even a 3-0 Division I, District 4 loss to Dutchtown could ruin the Lady Jackets’ high spirits.
CENTRAL -- Live Oak coach Chastity Sims paraphrased a line from a popular Peyton Manning and Brad Paisley commercial after her Lady Eagles dropped a 3-0 decision at Central on Monday.
BATON ROUGE -- Zachary had the kind of night at Baton Rouge High that could leave young coach Cheri Perry with some premature gray hairs.
CENTRAL -- It hasn’t been the smoothest ride to a fifth-straight district championship for Central coach Michele LeBoeuf’s squad.