The Ferriday Trojans won their first-ever state championship and the first for Ferriday High since 1956 as the Trojans routed Many 56-17 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome Friday night.Ferriday lost to John Curtis 23-7 in the 1984 Class 2A state championship game in its only other Superdome app…
The quartet of state championship game participants each produced multiple first team members of the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A All-State team, with Division III runner-up Notre Dame leading the way with four representatives.
West St. John’s Kylan Duhe and Fred Middleton of Oak Grove did not get the chance to play against each other yet there is a common bond. The duo headlines the Class 1A All-State football team selected by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
A collection of images from Ferriday's contest with Lincoln Prep at the 3rd Annual Eddie Robinson Classic on Saturday at Grambling State University. All photos by Matt Reynolds.
On this special Saturday episode of the Like Father, Like Son podcast, the guys discuss the news that broke Friday that Dwight Woods resigned as head coach of the Ferriday football team.
Joey and Jake discuss Miss Lou summer baseball and softball winding down, and also preview a stacked District 2-2A with Ferriday, Mangham, Ouachita Christian, Rayville, Sterlington and General Trass.
Joey and Jake discuss Miss Lou summer baseball and softball, a disappointing SEC Media Days and the results of UFC 200 on this week's episode of Like Father, Like Son.
In this week's episode, Joey anoints Stephen Curry as the greatest of all time in a new segment rating national and local prep topics.
The LHSAA says they’ll go back to five football championships in 2016 after it was determined that the decision to move to the highly controversial “split” playoffs system in 2013 violated the association constitution.
Here are Louisiana’s high school football statistical leaders through two weeks of the regular season as submitted by local newspapers from across the state and compiled by Ron Brocato.
The 2015 prep football season appears to be saved after the Louisiana High School Athletic Association and the Louisiana High School Officials Association reached a tentative agreement regarding pay raises on Sunday in Baton Rouge.
The final taste of pigskin treats are on tap before the gridiron settles in for a long winter's nap as parish prep athletes sign their letters of intent to play college football next year.