The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on LCCP baseballer Jacob Humphries. He has been on the Trailblazers’ varsity baseball team since the 10th grade as an outfielder, first and third baseman, and relief pitcher. This past year he was voted team captain.
After seeing his recruitment pick up steam over the last year, LCCP junior wide receiver Solomon Lewis announced his college choice on Friday. Lewis opted to stay in state but go further north as he committed to the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
Recruiting is the lifeblood of every college program. The stars of tomorrow are evaluated and chosen months or even years in advance to stepping on campus. The coronavirus has obviously made that job harder for coaches.
Arguably the top girls basketball recruit in not only the area but the state of Louisiana has made her college choice. LaGrange guard Jeriah Warren announced on Friday that she has committed to the University of Florida.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on DeRidder baseballer Bryce Austin. He's been a member of the program for four seasons playing outfield and first base along with pitching. His favorite memory was pitching in the 2018 4A State Championship Game.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Lake Charles College Prep track star Me’Kayli Clark. She had quite a career on the track qualifying for regionals in 2018 in long jump and placing 7th in the 4x2 Relay and 4th in the 4x4 Relay at this year’s LHSAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.
Though Ardoin admits that his preparation for the season in the fall was challenging, he says he embraces the grind that comes with being a collegiate athlete. He started in 8 games during the shortened season and batted .241 with a fielding percentage of 96.7.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on the East Beauregard baseball senior class. The six-man group got the Trojans into the playoffs twice during their careers with this season looking like another chance to do so as they sat 16th in the state.
While the 2021 baseball season is still nearly nine months away for most schools, MaxPreps.com took a look at the Top 50 players expected to compete next season. Making the cut was Barbe junior pitcher Jack Walker, one of two players on the list from the state of Louisiana.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on St. Louis catcher Carson Mixon. The standout backstop battled through an injury sustained during football to be ready for the upcoming baseball season, slowly increasing his inning count.
From the time he picked up a vaulting pole as an eighth grader, Brock Meyer knew he'd found his calling. Five years later and the Westlake senior has realized pole-vaulting, much like any sport, is as much mental as it is physical.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Starks multi-sport athlete Sierra Hebert. The senior played softball and threw the shot put and discus in track and field. In addition, she was a captain of the district champion basketball team.
In its 35th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company today announced Barbe outfielder and left-handed pitcher Brody Drost as its 2019-20 Gatorade Louisiana Baseball Player of the Year.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Rosepine baseballer Jonathon McMahon. Jonathon has been a key member for the Eagles for three years playing all over the infield. He has pitched, played first base, third base and catcher.
Washington Redskin wide receiver Trey Quinn has been a stat sheet stuffer his whole career. Quinn won another honor this week as he was named the 'Greatest Receiver in LHSAA Prep Football History by winning the ‘VSN Louisiana Bracket Challenge.’ The challenge was a week-long poll that ran on Twitter
The Lake Charles College Prep Trailblazers burst onto the scene in 2018 making the school’s first-ever quarterfinal appearance. A year later saw the Blazers win another district title.Following a similar path is rising senior wide receiver Glynn Johnson. The 2021 prospect announced his commitment t
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on the DeQuincy baseball senior class. The three-man group consisted of Cooper Hext, Eli Cox and Hunter Perkins. The trio helped establish the Tiger baseball team as one of the area's most consistent threats.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Sulphur softballer Abby Lobue. Abby was a four-year Lady Tor on the softball team and in her final game, she hit a 3-run home run making it one she’ll never forget.
After playing sparingly over the course of his two seasons in Lafayette, former LaGrange dual-sport athlete Colton Frank IV has entered his named into the NCAA transfer portal according to D1 Baseball’s transfer tracker.
Kinder quarterback Hayes Fawcett has made a name for himself the last few years with the photo edits he does for national football recruits. Many of the four and five-star recruits come to Fawcett for their special announcement. He’s gotten plenty of national attention because of it.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Elton High School's Summer Ceaser. Ceaser was a member of the track and field team for the Indians, throwing the shot put for all four years of school. She achieved parish, district and regional honors doing so.
A pair of student-athletes hailing from Southwest Louisiana made the Allstate Sugar Bowl Louisiana Track & Field Coaches All-State teams released on Wednesday. Westlake’s Brock Meyer and Sam Houston’s Halyn Senegal made the cut for the canceled 2020 spring season.
St. Louis Catholic senior wrestler Alex Yokubaitis recently completed a state championship four-peat at the high school level. He was honored in May’s issue of Wrestling USA by being named an All-American Honorable Mention wrestler. He’s the only Louisiana athlete to earn All-American honors.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Rosepine’s Hunter Harriman. Hunter has played football and baseball since the age of four. And while playing for the Eagles, he was a second-team all-district outfielder in 2019. He’ll continue his baseball career at LSU Eunice to play for the Bengals.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards announced Monday the state will enter Phase 1 of reopening. The new phase will loosen restrictions the governor put in place in March as a way to reduce the spread of the COVID-19.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on the East Beauregard fishing team senior class. The seven-man group helped start the fishing program for the Trojans and many went on to fish in the National tournament on Pickwick Lake in Florence, Alabama a year ago.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Reeves’ Jordyn Gill. The multi-sport athlete played three sports for Reeves including softball and Track & Field in the spring. Jordyn ran track and played basketball for 4 years and she played softball for 3.
The Bell City senior is a discus thrower and power forward for the Bruins and currently holds the Class B record with a discus throw of 151 feet, 6 inches. He’ll throw and play basketball at Bethany College in Kansas.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Lake Arthur’s Addison Landry. Addison has played six seasons on the Tiger baseball team filling in at first and third base. He also is a right-handed pitcher for the Tigers.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Oberlin’s Kellon McCleon. Kellon played six seasons on the Tiger baseball team as he assisted the team in winning the Class 1A title a season ago, the first in school history. He was named the game’s most outstanding player following his seven-inning, e
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Lacassine’s Natalie Clemmons. She has been a member of the Lady Cardinals cross country and track team since 7th grade. She is also a member of the Lady Cardinals golf team and helped the squad win back-to-back state titles in 2017 and 2018.
The recruiting for LCCP’s Class of 2022 wide receiver Keshlon Jackson has started to pick up as of late. Jackson announced Friday he had picked up another major college offer from Michigan State University.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on on Sulphur’s Alejandra Gomez Llanes. The track athlete is graduating with 4.0 GPA while participating in the High School Musical Talent Group. She is also a member of Beta, Choir, and Speech Club.
The 7Sports ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Oakdale tennis duo Dawson Noblitt and Daniel Rodriguez. The pair had waited since freshman year to be doubles partners for the Warriors’ tennis team. Both players have made it to the state tournament every year of their high school careers albeit with
The first ‘Senior Night’ spotlight shines on Bell City’s Mallory Bell. Mallory has played varsity softball for the Lady Bruins since eighth grade and she’s played all over the infield during that time. In addition, she’s won multiple all-district honors in her career as well as being named to the 20
Lake Charles College Prep quarterback Dillion Simon has seen his recruitment pick up since February. Following his junior season, Simon was offered scholarships by Grambling, South Alabama, Prairie View A&M, Army and Lamar.
The recruitment for Jennings High School’s Class of 2022 running back Trevor Etienne has been picking up steam. Etienne announced Thursday he had picked up another major college offer from the University of Georgia.
On Thursday, the association officially announced that the remainder of the winter sports championships along with the spring sports regular seasons and championships have been cancelled.This includes the baseball and softball state championships that were set to take place in May in Sulphur.
The past decade has produced some amazing high school football talent. On Monday, MaxPreps.com released its all-decade team for the 2010s that features Washington Redskin and Lake Charles native Trey Quinn.
Meche has stepped into his role as a leader and was on pace to have quite the finish to his Barbe career. He was named a preseason All-American by Collegiate Baseball and totaled a .411 average with 10 RBIs through the Bucs' first 13 games.
Louisiana football coaching legend Wayne Reese has died at the age 74 due to coronavirus. Reese was the head coach of McDonogh 35 in New Orleans and previously coached Washington-Marion from 1997-2001.
The sophomore pitcher was unquestionably the Lady Panthers' star to start the year as she went 12-1 with a 1.92 ERA. She was just as dominant at the plate as she totaled a .681 average with 10 homers and 33 RBIs.
Pitkin’s Garrett Edwards will go down in Louisiana history as one of the best players to ever take the court. Edwards finished his prep career with over 4,100 points scored taking his team to the semifinals twice.
Lake Arthur 2021 guard Deonna Brister has been one of Southwest Louisiana’s premier players for two years now. On Sunday, following a stellar junior campaign, Brister committed to Nicholls. She announced her commitment via Twitter.
LHSAA executive director Eddie Bonine released a statement Monday outlining the LHSAA’s plan for its spring sports over the next month. Last week, following Gov. Jon Bel Edwards’ proclamation, the LHSAA was forced to postpone much of the regular season for spring sports in addition to some champions
The LHSAA announced Friday afternoon that Marsh Madness will continue to be played at Burton Coliseum with limited attendance. The Class 5A, 2A and C championships were played in empty arenas, although state champions were crowned.
The LHSAA boys basketball championships, aka Marsh Madness, will continue to be played at Burton Coliseum albeit with limited attendance. The LHSAA released a statement Friday afternoon outlining those allowed to be in attendance for the championship games Friday and Saturday.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) in conjunction with FLW and The Bass Federation (TBF), announced today the cancellation of three High School Fishing Regional Tournaments scheduled for Saturday, March 14 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Senior forward Alona Gray put together two of her best performances of the season in the state tournament, averaging 14 points and 9 boards while shooting 53 percent from the field, helping lead the Lady Gators to their first state title in program history.
The No. 2 Grand Lake Hornets rallied back from a double-digit deficit to take a fourth-quarter lead, but Lincoln Prep would hold off the Hornets to advance to Saturday’s Class 1A title game. The third-seeded Panthers used a big night from Chanse Robinson to down Grand Lake, 61-55 in the 1A semifinal