LHSAA cancels spring sports due to coronavirus pandemic

The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) has canceled the remainder of the spring sports season due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Schools may be out, but 10-year-old Eian Cripps continues to ace every test thrown in front of him. Social distancing is bringing this Ruston kid closer to a game that he loves-cornhole.


Following the NCAA's decision to give spring sport athletes an additional year of eligibility, Louisiana Tech announced they will fund the extra scholarships needed for baseball and softball.


ULM men's basketball assistant coach Ryan Cross and guard Michael Ertel plan to leave Monroe.


He gets a 2-year deal worth roughly $50 million.


Wossman welcomed home following loss in championship game


Local high school seniors' seasons cut short


Simsboro's championship streak broken in OT; Lincoln prep loses title game


Wossman drops 3A title game to Bossier in a nailbiter


The Lady Rebels powerlifting team is Little Caesar's Team of the Week


Coaches react to suspension of athletics


Rayville falls in OT to Port Allen in 2A title game


ULM falls to Ole Miss in first matchup


Delhi falls to North Central in 1A title game


Ouachita boys fall in quarterfinals


St. Mary's bests OCS in Division IV title game


Wossman, Rayville advance to semifinals; Richwood, West Monroe fall short


Ouachita, Family Community fall in finals; OCS, Delhi take stage Saturday


Simsboro heads to semifinals with a win over Fairview


Richwood wins Little Caesar's Team of the Week


Bulldogs take a bite out of the Panthers 76-73


Aaron's Aces: Oak Grove's Anderson, Moore and White


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