Caldwell slipped past Franklin Parish High School softball, 3-2, in a contest which featured solid defensive plays by the Lady Patriots.
Franklin Parish’s baseball team only scored in one inning Saturday at home against St. Frederick, but it was more than enough as the Patriots defeated the Warriors 7-4.
ANNE ELISE SARTIN and Shelby Dickerson were recently named to the All-Tournament team at the Class A South State Tournament held at Tallulah Academy. The tournament consisted of the top eight teams from the south half of MAIS. (Submitted photo)
Franklin Parish managed only 10 hits in three games against Neville, falling to 10-7 on the season after the sweep against the District 2-4A opponent this past weekend.
Franklin Parish continued to get good pitching and hitting as the Patriots blanked Union Parish 19-0 Saturday in the Family Community Christian School Tournament in Winnsboro.
LAKI A’LEECE CROCKETT, a Franklin Parish High School Patriot basketball player, signed with Southern Union State Community College March 1. Crockett is the first Lady Patriot to sign a basketball scholarship and was recognized with a plaque by School Superintendent John Gullatt. Crockett sig…
EUNICE, La. – Gracie King (Winnsboro, LA, Franklin Parish HS) provided a day to remember as LSU Eunice split its doubleheader with Mississippi Gulf Coast CC on Wednesday at Lady Bengal Field. The twinbill was between two teams ranked in the most recent Top 10 of the NJCAA Division II polls.
GULF SHORES, Ala. - Gracie King (Winnsboro, LA, Franklin Parish HS) capped off a career weekend with a day to remember as the Bengals swept through another day on at the Sun Chief Invitational in Gulf Shores.
FPJH Softball finished Runner Up in the St Frederick's Freeze Out Junior High Tournament Feb 6th. The team went 6-3 on the weekend. Overall record 12-3-1. (Submitted photo)
THE LADY PATRIOTS tried unsuccessfully to score off a side kick in a match against Academy of Our Lady in the first round of the playoffs. The Patriots did pull off the win, 2-0. In the second round, the Lady Patriots lost to Houma Monday night. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
GLIMPSES OF SPRING were seen at baseball and softball fields this week as Franklin Parish schools began its seasons. Pictured above, Family Community Christian School’s Lexi Parker stretches for the ball at first base during a scrimmage against Georgetown. The Lady Warriors went on to beat t…