Week one of the high school football season started tonight for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA). Although only eight games were played in the WAFB viewing area due to Hurricane Ida.
The 22nd season of Sportsline Summer Camp wraps up tonight with a school that was called the Lee High Rebels when we started. Now after 12 years of not having varsity football the school reemerges in 2021 as the Liberty Magnet Patriots.
Ochsner Health and the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) have agreed to a five-year partnership and Ochsner will become the official healthcare provider. They will also serve as the title sponsor for all 21 of LHSAA’s annual championship events.
New Catholic High head coach David Simoneaux inherited the program from Gabe Fertitta in the spring and started evaluating a triple-digit roster of 128 players, so the cupboard’s not bare by any stretch of the imagination.
Sportsline Summer Camp rolling on with stop No. 40, head coach Hoff Schooler and the Brusly Panthers, the Panthers beating Carroll in the first round of the first round of the playoffs last season, before falling to Church Point in round two.
We stay in District 7-1A for our next team preview for Sportsline Summer Camp. On Tuesday, July 6 we previewed the East Iberville Tigers. For stop No. 38, we preview the Tigers week 10 opponent, the Ascension Christian Lions.
We have reached the end of week seven of Sportsline Summer Camp, previewing all of the local high school football teams in our viewing area. Tonight is stop No. 35 of the tour, visiting with the Knights of Slaughter Community Charter.