The St. Charles Catholic Comets faced the Lafayette Christian Academy Knights for the 2020 LHSAA Division III Championship at Turpin Stadium on the campus of Northwestern State University and came up just short.
Madison Prep is the only Baton Rouge-area non-select school playing in next week’s LHAAA Prep Classic. The Chargers are continuing preparations for the Class 3A state championship against Union Parish.
After being a punching bag for the majority of the last decade, East Iberville made its first semifinal appearance in school history, and even in a loss, Jaden Williams and J'Quinn Williams are our Sportsline Players of the Week.
Cross country and track and field standout, Rebecca Quebedeaux, signed her college letter of intent with Louisiana Tech University Friday afternoon. Quebedeaux is a multi-event athlete in the track and field world.
With 30 area schools in do-or-die playoff games last Friday, there are plenty of deserving performances but only one could take home the coveted WAFB Sportsline Player of the Week award and it was Zachary running back Connor Wisham.
For the second time in nearly 40 years, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) will host its annual Football Prep Classic state championships outside of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Senior defensive lineman Emmanuel Duron of Edinburg High School came running from the sideline area after the referee announced the ejection, slamming into the official during the first half of the zone play-in game against Pharr-San Juan-Alamo.
In a memo to member schools, LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine emphasized urgency in following COVID-19 mitigation measures at high school athletic events and warned of fines and other penalties for failure to comply.
Episcopal senior running back Oliver Jack ran for 186 yards and three touchdowns in a 31-18 win over Port Allen. His performance was good enough to earn him this week's Sportsline Player of the Week award.
The regular season for Louisiana high school football has ended and it is now time for the playoffs, meaning the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) unveiling the playoff matchups for the classes and divisions.
Another week and another batch of games have either been canceled or re-arranged due to COVID-19, including rivalry contests and district showdowns but there are still some big-time matchups being played in south Louisiana.
The Donaldsonville backfield had its way with the defending 3A state champs Friday night on the campus of Nicholls State University and that tandem did enough to be named Sportsline Players of the Week.
Louisiana lawmakers have edged closer to inserting themselves into the decision-making of high school sports after parents criticized the state athletic association’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
LHSAA schools were able to start suiting up this week for scrimmages, which means the return of Sportsline Friday Nite. We also continued or list of the best 30 high school football players over the past 30 years.
There is quite the class for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame for 2021 with big names all over the place. One of those big names is former East Ascension and LSU superstar defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey.
The day after lots of excitement in the world of Louisiana high school football, there has been another casualty of COVID-19, as the season-opener Silliman planned to play at Oak Forest on Friday, Sept. 11, has been canceled.
We caught up with some teams over the last few days that have been taking off Fridays waiting to find out if they’d actually see the benefit of their labor in nearly 100-degree heat indexes pay off with the chance to play.
A Baton Rouge mom’s Facebook post, in which she expressed her frustration for the delay of high school football season in Louisiana due to Governor John Bel Edwards’ coronavirus restrictions, has gone viral.