Late March and early April is usually my favorite time of the year.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association continues to hold out hope about the return to spring sporting seasons in the coming weeks in the state.
First, let me say out front, it’s my absolute honor and privilege to be doing so much work on Lafourche Parish’s response to this pandemic.
New Orleans Saints legend, radio personality and local man Bobby Hebert Jr. announced today that his father has been diagnosed with coronavirus.
When Governor John Bel Edwards issued a Shelter in Place Order last week, hundreds of Louisiana businesses were forced to close down throughout the remainder of the COVID-19 outbreak in our state.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association sent out a tweet on Friday afternoon that may seem insignificant to some, but will mean the absolute world to others.
The ban on high school sports does not officially begin until Monday, though Lafourche and Terrebonne Parish public schools have been nixed from competition for the weekend.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association said today that if COVID-19 (coronavirus) conditions improve in the United States, high school sports may return before the end of the school year.
A Terrebonne Parish School Board member says that all spring sports have been canceled in Terrebonne Parish, per orders from the School District.
The South Lafourche baseball team was flat in Tuesday's loss versus Terrebonne - so flat that coach Chandler Guidroz pulled his team aside before the game even started and chided their effort and focus.
The South Lafourche baseball team has a rugged non-district schedule — a slate of games filled with some of the powerhouse programs around the state of Louisiana.
For the last month, the South Lafourche girls’ basketball team has always been able to make that one giant push forward in times of adversity — that big, giant surge forward they’d use to flip a close game and turn it their way.
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