The River Oaks Mustangs earned the right to celebrate long and hard Friday night after picking up the school’s first victory in the LHSAA ranks.
A playoff matchup between Ouachita and Haughton might have been more competitive than it was a season ago, but the result remained the same when the Buccaneers defeated the Lions, 14-7, Friday night.
The St. Frederick Warriors avoided a Homecoming slump in their 34-6 victory against Sicily Island Friday night. The Warriors did not, however, avoid the rain.
After suffering back-to-back losses to Ruston and West Monroe, the (2-2) Neville Tigers found its footing in a 44-7 victory against Franklin Parish Thursday night.
In a battle of unbeaten District 2-1A squads, the Ouachita Christian Eagles was the only team to walk off of Steven Fitzhugh Field still unblemished in 2020.
Contact tracing hit Ouachita Parish hard Wednesday afternoon as both Wossman and West Ouachita's football teams canceled Friday night contests due to COVID-19.
LSU fans could do a lot worse than Myles Brennan. And with a lingering injury putting his status in question for South Carolina and the games that follow, LSU fans might realize this the hard way.
Scott and Mandy Crain were taking their daily walk around Frenchman’s Bend Road one random Tuesday when they rounded the corner and noticed the smoke.
Marcell Henderson and Boris Richard combined for five rushing touchdowns, as Ouachita’s ground attack proved to be too much for Bastrop in a 62-26 victory at home.
Jerry Arledge called West Monroe’s 24-7 victory against Neville Friday night one of the best victories he’s ever been part of in his 29 years at West Monroe.
The back-and-forth dramatic battles between Sterlington and Richwood in 2017 felt like it transpired ages ago when Sterlington pounded Richwood, 39-14, in Mackie Freeze Stadium Thursday night.
No quarantine or hurricane could prevent Union or Ouachita from slugging it out on the field Saturday afternoon. And football fans should be grateful. After all, the Lions and Farmers delivered an instant classic that culminated in a 44-41 Union victory.
A late game-winning drive, highlighted by a thrilling catch in double coverage by a Booker T. Washington defender, opened the door for Wossman’s first defeat of the season.
After passing a stiff test in Week 1 against the Jena Giants, the Ouachita Christian Eagles improved to 2-0 with a 48-0 victory against an overpowered Sicily Island squad.
The (0-1) Carroll Bulldogs suffered a 23-13 loss to (2-0) Huntington Thursday night, but if you’re looking for head coach Tank Washington to hang his head in defeat, you might be disappointed.
West Ouachita had a plan to air it out against Lakeside Thursday night, but once the rain started (and continued through the night), head coach Matt Middleton turned to his offensive line and running backs. They answered the call, as the (1-1) Chiefs pounded Lakeside, 47-0, for their first v…
There wasn’t a whole lot of sleep for Jeff Tannehill or Jerrod Baugh after (2-0) Ruston defeated (1-1) Neville, 38-35, in a triple overtime instant classic.
The West Monroe football team washed the bad taste out of its mouth just about the only way it knew how on a Thursday night in Rebel Stadium. The Rebels cleansed their palate with a 52-0 victory against a proud Evangel program.
It took us one week to realize this high school football season was going to be unpredictable. When West Ouachita scheduled Bastrop on one day’s notice and West Monroe suffered a home opener loss to a dangerous 4A Carencro team, it reaffirmed presumptions that this season was going to be unl…
West Ouachita head coach Matt Middleton knew he was rolling the dice scheduling a talented Bastrop team on one day’s notice. That gamble resulted in a 40-37 loss to the Rams, where Middleton had plenty to chew on afterwards.
The Ouachita Christian Eagles enter 2020 with a target on their back after winning the Div. IV State Championship. So naturally, teams like 3A’s Jena Giants have a contest against the Eagles circled on the calendar.
Carencro High School may have been punching up in terms of classification, but the Bears looked every bit a heavyweight competitor in a 16-0 victory against West Monroe in the season opener.
The St. Frederick Warriors started the season with an impressive 38-6 victory against Beekman Charter, but the story of the night centered around an extra point.
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