The two most notable Southwest Louisiana athletes for the 2022 class opted to sign in February (mostly due to coaching changes) and both happen to play the same position. Jennings’ Travis Etienne and LCCP’s TreVonte’ Citizen are both four-star ranked running backs according to the 247Sports Composite rankings and by Rivals.
The fifth edition of the I-10 Bowl is set to set to kick off this weekend with the best from Lake Charles and Lafayette matching wits. The Lake Area team brings players from as far north as Leesville and as far east as Jennings. The opportunity to play with athletes they have competed against their entire careers is an exciting experience for the players.
The Louisiana High School Coaches Association announced the fifth ‘I-10 Bowl’ will be held on December 18 in Westlake. The game will pit the Lafayette area all-stars vs. the Lake Charles area all-stars. The Lake Area team grabs players from as far north as Leesville and as far east as Jennings.
With the uncertainty surrounding who will be the next head coach of LSU Football, Lake Charles College Prep standout and 4-star running back TreVonte’ Citizen took to Twitter to announce he is decommitting from the Tigers.
The Rosepine Eagles are still flying high after their double-overtime victory against Red River on Friday, but this week presents a new challenge as they get ready to take on top-seeded Many, the defending Class 2A State Champions.
The LHSAA released its initial proposal for redistricting for the upcoming 2022-24 seasons on Monday. Schools have five days to submit their alternative plans and suggestions in regards to the plan. November 15 will be the second classification meeting.
he LHSAA released the enrollment numbers for member schools Wednesday for the purpose of reclassification for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years. The numbers were sent out ahead of the first classification meeting on Nov. 3.
Lake Charles College Prep confirmed it has been ruled ineligible for the 2021 football postseason as the result of LHSAA sanctions. The school was not be forced to forfeit any games and no other sports are involved in the LHSAA’s ruling.
The Hamilton Christian Warriors are on a three-game win streak and are coming off the program’s biggest win in five years. The Warriors toppled the No. 1 power-rated team in Class 1A in Grand Lake as senior quarterback Neiman Sullen led the way.
Leesville’s Daveion Grubb has lived up to his billing as a playmaker this season. The senior wideout is top five in touchdown catches among Southwest Louisiana receivers and has helped lead his team to a 4-2 record atop their district.
The Touchdown Live Game of the Week is headed to DeRidder for the Battle of the Hooper trophy between the Dragons and Leesville Wampus Cats. This marks the third time in the last five seasons that 7Sports has showcased the rivalry with the 2017 and 2019 meetings being our Game of the Week as well.
Levi is leading all receivers in Southwest Louisiana and is believed to be the state’s leader as well with over 900 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns. He credits his work ethic and his teammates for his success.