LAKE CHARLES — Not much went right for Sam Houston in the first quarter at John J. Mims Stadium Friday night. LaGrange jumped to a seven-point lead, but senior wide receiver Tavyen Grice scored three touchdowns in the final 4 minutes of the second quarter to spark the Broncos to a 50-14 win.
VINTON — Vinton fumbled the ball away in the first quarter, but junior wide receiver Jaden Carrier turned the Lions’ fortunes around Friday night at B.S. Walker Stadium.
LAKE ARTHUR — Quarterback Gunner Gearen threw for 271 yards and three touchdowns, but DeQuincy had to avoided a late rally by Lake Arthur Friday night and held on to win 26-25.
Sam Houston had some trouble containing Washington-Marion quarterback Devin Williams last week and will face another elusive quarterback this week in LaGrange’s Quintorus Jones.
MOSS BLUFF — Westlake head coach Gloria Fontenot said she was feeling some déjà vu in the second set Tuesday against Sam Houston High School. Like it did in its loss to Notre Dame last week, Westlake came out on fire in the first set, only to struggle in the second. But the Rams settled in a…
To avoid going 0-2 for the first time since 2014, the Sulphur Tors will have to stop a team that has not lost a regular season game since 2014.
LAKE CHARLES — Sam Houston’s offense made the most plays in a sloppy 34-12 win over Washington-Marion Friday night at Robert Lavergne Memorial Stadium.
WESTLAKE — Twice the Westlake Rams got within a touchdown in the second half, but mistakes caught up with them as Tioga won 35-21 Friday night at Max Caldarera Memorial Stadium.
SULPHUR — Lake Charles College Prep is known for stretching the field with long passes, but the Trailblazers had different plans Thursday night at Matt Walker Memorial Stadium.
The fixes the Sulphur Tors’ secondary has put in since the SPOT Therapy/Billy Navarre Jamboree last week will be put to the test in Week 1.
For nearly three decades, the Sam Houston High School volleyball team has been one of the top teams in Division II with seven trips to the semifinals and quarterfinals and a pair of state finals appearances in 1999 and 2008.
In 2015, Cedric Francis started playing for the Westlake Rams freshman football team. But two games into the season he was called up to the varsity team after a starter went down with an injury.
Sulphur High School’s Scott Jones and Chance Stone haven’t taken a break since leading the Tors to the LHSAA Class 5A quarterfinals back in May.
Westlake High School’s softball and baseball teams saw big improvements in 2017 leading to six players being voted to the LSWA 3A All-State softball and baseball teams.
LAKE CHARLES — Going into the final round on Saturday at the Louisiana High School Finals Rodeo, Sulphur High School sophomore Brooklyn Gunter knew her hopes of winning the pole bending state championship would come down to the wire. But she didn’t let the pressure get to her and won by just…
Results and current standings after the second go round of the Louisiana High School Finals Rodeo at the Burton Complex in Lake Charles. Final round will start today at 6:30 p.m.
LAKE CHARLES — W.W. Lewis Middle School eighth grader Kolby Stelly owned the Louisiana Junior High Finals Rodeo last week at the Burton Coliseum Complex.
Several local athletes turned in top performances on Saturday at the LHSAA 5A, 4A, 3A state track and field championship held at LSU's Bernie Moore Track Stadium.
MONROE — The Sulphur Tors’ season ended in Monroe on Saturday at the hands of 5A No. 1 West Monroe. The Rebels swept the quarterfinal series 2-0 with a 5-2 win.
MONROE – Top-ranked West Monroe flexed its muscle on Friday with 12 hits to win 9-1 over No. 9 Sulphur in the first game of a best-of-three quarterfinal playoff series.
With a No. 3 ranking, the Sam Houston Broncos are obviously loaded with talented players but it has been a pair of two-way stars that have been the most important piece of the puzzle that has them in the quarterfinals for the first time since 2013.
Two years ago, the Sulphur Tors were the top team in Class 5A and beat West Monroe in the quarterfinals but this year the roles are reversed.
The last two Division I state girls golf tournaments have been dominated by the Sulphur Lady Tors but quest for their third straight state title could be the toughest one yet.
SULPHUR — Errors in the third inning sunk the No. 5 Sam Houston Lady Broncos on Friday as they lost to No. 5 Central Baton Rouge 6-1 in the Class 5A quarterfinals at the LHSAA state softball tournament in Sulphur.
SULPHUR — The third-seeded East Beauregard softball team made the most of its first trip to the high school state softball tournament by advancing to the Class 1A semifinals with a 10-4 victory against No. 6 Montgomery.
SULPHUR — The top-seeded Rosepine Eagles flexed their muscles early, scoring five runs over the first three innings in a 6-1 Class 2A quarterfinal win over Kinder.
Chalk up DeRidder’s 14-13 2016 season as a learning period because a year later the Lady Dragons have more than doubled their win total and are headed to Sulphur for the LHSAA state softball tournament for the first time since 2013.
Last year was a rare miss for the Sam Houston Lady Broncos, but they will make the return trip to Sulphur on Friday looking to cement themselves as one of the top programs in the state again.
Westlake hasn’t been to the LHSAA state softball tournament since 2010 but it has been business as usual as they prepare for their return to Sulphur.
Rosepine was quickly bounced from the state tournament last year by Archbishop Hannan in the quarterfinals but is back with the No. 1 seed looking to show that last year was a fluke.