Sportsline Summer Camp stopped in Zachary on Wednesday, June 16, to check out the Class 2A Port Allen Pelicans. Don Gibson’s team is tangling with nothing but Class 5A schools: Central, Woodlawn, and the Broncos.
Sportsline Summer Camp continues to roll on through these hot summer months previewing the high school football teams with a trip across the Sunshine Bridge into Donaldsonville, where Brian Richardson is entering his sixth year as the Tigers’ head coach.
Sportsline Friday Nite has been around for 31 years and Sportsline Summer Camp is well into season No. 22, covering every team in the viewing area from A to Z and none has been more successful in recent memory than Zachary.
From the tragic death of a teammate to a season that started with six straight losses on the field, head coach Brett Beard said things can only get better for his players heading into his second year at Denham Springs.
Three weeks of Sportsline Summer Camp in the books after today. Stop No. 15 visiting with Woodlawn head coach and former LSU quarterback Marcus Randall, who is pretty excited about a quarterback of his own.
The 9Sports team is about to complete its third week of Sportsline Summer Camp, previewing the high school football teams in the Capital area, and stop No. 14 is a visit with the Spartans of East Ascension.
The third week of Sportsline Summer Camp, previewing local high school football teams for the upcoming 2021 season, starts with a visit with the Broadmoor Bucs, which just named a new head coach Wednesday, May 26.
Stop No. 5 on Sportsline Summer Camp with a team that returns all five offensive lineman. Head coach Keith Woods and his Mentorship Academy likewise block out all distractions and stay focused and hungry in what is now Woods’ fourth year with the program.
Former Northeast High head coach David Masterson, who was also the school’s athletic director, has retired after 21 years leading the Vikings. The new head coach is former Slaughter and False River head coach Devyn Baker.
The St. James Wildcats claimed their second-straight Warrick Dunn Award in Sai’vion Jones but there’s another Wildcat and 2019 state champion who’s been in his shadow and he is the winner of the 2020 Warrick Dunn Courage Award.
In this year’s class of finalist for Sportsline Player of the Year, we had three guys who played defense exclusively. On the other hand Zachary wide receiver Chris Hilton was the only Warrick Dunn Finalist who played only offense.