In October of 2015, the Belaire High School Bengals had a 5-3 record and were turning heads in high school football, but since then, a scandal and just five wins in more than three seasons has these Bengals on Sportsline Summer Camp hungry for any kind of success.
Stop No. 43 of Sportsline Summer Camp was at Broadmoor, where the Buccaneers have stepped down from Class 5A to Class 4 and are hoping their hard work this summer results in an improved record from a 1-9 season in 2018.
Southern Lab is the first school in 12 years of the Warrick Dunn award to have two finalists for Sportsline Player of the Year sign with LSU. Now, the Kittens have to figure out their future without them and 11 other senior starters who are also on their way to college.
Sportsline Summer Camp is taking us to Baker High School to visit with the Buffalos. Former Glen Oaks and Southern Jags quarterbacking great, Eric Randall, is now entering his fourth year as the Buffalos’ head coach.
East Ascension was stop No. 22 for Sportsline Summer Camp heading into our 30th season and the Spartans might just be the school’s most talented team since we started back in 1990, rivaling those great teams of the 80s that sent Andrew Glover to Grambling and the NFL.
Richard Oliver has been at Baker, Istrouma, and Scotlandville, with Patriots running back Brandon Bolden, and now he’s back on Sportsline Summer Camp, tasked with laying a new foundation for the McKinley High football program as head coach.