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.
Catholic Pointe Coupee’s Matthew Langlois, an LSU signee recruited as a safety, rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns in an abbreviated senior year, averaging more than nine yards per carry.
The East Iberville girls’ basketball team only scored five points in the first quarter and trailed by 16 in the third but when the final buzzer sounded, it was the Lady Tigers hoisting the Class 1A championship trophy.
Some boys’ high school basketball teams in Louisiana are now just a game away from the “Marsh Madness” Tournament but the girls’ squads are already there and looking to hoist a state championship trophy soon.
It is the regional round of the playoffs for most Louisiana girls’ high school basketball teams but it was still the bi-district round for a handful of squads and a couple of schools have already played a quarterfinal game.
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.