ELI COTTINGHAM pitched a complete game for Citizens. In six innings on the mound, Cottingham had 11 strikeouts against Home Hardware. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
HOURS OF HARD WORK and dedication have paid off for five senior athletes at Franklin Parish High School. Kirren Whatley, Cade Watson, Gracie King, Kyle Bell and Robert Coleman Jr. (pictured above left to right with Coleman in the background) have signed letters of intent to play their sports…
Franklin Parish boys basketball coach Lonnie Cooper, left, his wife Andrell and son Drew pose with the Louisiana Basketball Hall of Fame plaque he received on May 4.(Submitted photo)
If Family Community Christian School head baseball coach T.J. Weed had one word to describe this year’s season, the word would be progression.
THE FRANKLIN PARISH HIGH SCHOOL tennis team had a winning season this year. Ten players competed at regionals in Lafayette and five players made it to state. Additionally, Joseph Bruce Cordill made LHSAA Academic All State. They are: (front row from left) Delfina Munguia, Cayla Walker and Di…
Pictured are (L to R): Front row: Abby Pruitt, Kara Wilcher, Grace Underwood, Raci Dallas, Kelsey Wyatt, Camm Neathery (tournament MVP), Leah Waller, and Bailee Galloway. Middle row: Lillie Cupp, Ainsley Twiner, Morgan Cruse, Gabrielle Riggins, Dorothy Williamson, and Brooke Purdy. Back row:…
REDFIELD E. BRYAN, Taliaferro Thompson and Marvin G. Osborn relax after a game. The picture was taken sometime in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. (Submitted photo)
As head coach Ed Orgeron stepped on the “Hanging with Hester” radio podium in front of a crowded room at Walk-On’s Bistreaux and Bar in West Monroe, the LSU backdrop fell behind him, clashing on the hard tile and borderline scaring Orgeron in the process.
After being outscored 30-1 by Neville during the regular season, Franklin Parish took the Tigers to their final at-bat before falling 5-4 in a Class 4A first round playoff game in Monroe on April 23.
FRANKLIN ACADEMY’s tennis team celebrated their seniors April 26 in matches against River Oaks. Senior tennis players recognized were: (left) Grace Fife, Haley Lord, Dyllan Whittington, Mary Kate McCellean and Hope Lord. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
The deadly pitching duo of Mason Bordelon and Christian Rodgers along with timely hitting meant the Family Community Christian School Warrior baseball team cruises to the LHSAA state playoff semi-finals May 8 in Sulphur.
Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors deep playoff run was stopped by Northside Christian in the semi-finals of the All State Sugar Bowl LHSAA Softball State Tournament.
WINNSBORO SPORTS Scholar Athletes for April are: (from left) Jacob Gray from Franklin Parish High School, Mary Kate McClellan from Franklin Academy, Fina Munguia from Franklin Parish High School and Joe Price from Family Community Christian School. Not pictured is Jaldyn Oliver from Family C…
The Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors will play against Northside Christian in a semi-final game at Frasch Park in Sulphur at 1:30 p.m. today.
District 2-4A had quite an eventful night Tuesday with No. 8 Neville needing a walk-off to beat No. 25 Franklin Parish and No. 5 West Ouachita getting a flawless outing from Peyton Parker on the mound.
Family Community Christian School baseball team will play Family Christian at the Bud Hilbun Memorial Park on the Warrior Campus April 29. Game time is 5 p.m.
Tyler Robinson, a 2016 graduate of Franklin Academy, homered to give the Grambling State University softball team an early lead, but the Lady Tigers could not hold on in a 10-2 loss to Louisiana Tech at Ruston.
Franklin Parish boys coach Lonnie Cooper will be inducted into the Louisiana Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 4 at the Embassy Suites in Baton Rouge.
Franklin Parish Seniors were honored Monday night. They are from left: Jacob Gray, Carter Banks, Nicholas Hilliard and Cade Watson. (Sun photo by Monica Huff)
FRANKLIN PARISH PATRIOT Kirren Whitley signed a letter of intent to play football for Northeast Mississippi Community College in Booneville, Mississippi. Pictured with him are: (left) Dorothy Grimble and Johnswa Whitley. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
FRANKLIN PARISH PATRIOT baseball seniors were honored Monday night. They are from left: Jacob Gray, Carter Banks, Nicholas Hilliard and Cade Watson. (Sun photo by Monica Huff)
From dominating high school to leading the same junior college team to becoming vital pieces at Northeast Louisiana Division I schools, Andrew Beesley and Quinton Logan have traveled similar base paths in their respective careers.
Northeast New Start Outreach invites everyone to join them April 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for their 3rd annual Autism Awareness Event at the Franklin Parish High School stadium, 1600 Glover Drive, Winnsboro.
The Family Community Christian School Lady Warriors and the Franklin Parish Lady Patriots will both host home playoff games April 12.