In this week’s “Ace Watch,” Sports Director Aaron Dietrich profiles OCS quarterback Hunter Herring. The 6′5" 215 pound gunslinger is committed to ULL after a memorable junior season. With 52 total touchdowns last season, Herring was named the 1A offensive player of the year.
The 20-3 Oak Grove Tigers are having a record-setting season. They won their first playoff game in 22 years last week and now they set their sights on a quarterfinal victory. Sports director Aaron Dietrich honors Taevon Anderson, Otis Moore and De'mon White as this week's Aaron's Aces.
The Ruston Bearcats are celebrating the school's first indoor track championship. Sports director Aaron Dietrich recognizes Brandon Green, Stephen Rodgers and Terrance Armstrong as the KNOE 8 players of the week.
Sports Director Aaron Dietrich recognizes former West Monroe quarterback Garrett Kahmann as his newest Ace. The ULM commitment did not have the sensational senior season that he had hoped for, but the way he handled the difficult situation certainly makes him Ace worthy.
Sports director Aaron Dietrich introduces us to his newest aces. Riverfield celebrating the school's first state championship since 1991. Hudson Brakefield, Garrett Brakefield and Bailyn Sorensen played major roles in the title runs. Hunter Herring leads OCS to an incredible comeback over previously unbeaten Calvary. The senior quarterback with five total touchdowns including the game winner.
Week six of the high school football season featured some terrific performances and one fantastic finish. Sports director Aaron Dietrich honors the best in a little segment called "Aaron's Aces". Area fans are also hoping the "next time" Sterlington and Union square off a playoff win will be up for grabs.
KNOE 8 sports director Aaron Dietrich honors the top performances from week 5 of the high school season with Ace awards. West Monroe's Cayden Pierce and Tanner Zordan along with Ouachita's Chaunzavia Lewis and Carl Glass are honored as Aaron's Aces.
West Ouachita seniors Dawson Hagan and Cole Moore have been selected as the Aaron's Aces from week three of the high school football season. The duo combined to intercept five passes in Friday's win over Vidalia. West Ouachita improved to 3-0 with the victory.
KNOE 8 sports honors two of the best running backs in NELA as Aaron's Aces. Sterlington's Dallas Reagor and West Monroe's Derome Williams with huge performances in week two of the high school football season.
Four more athletes join the prestigious Aaron's Aces club. West Monroe's Ethan Swanner and Andrew Gleason along with Neville's Lakamion Franklin and Javon Carter are honored as the KNOE8 players of the week.
OCS's Will Fitzhugh had an incredible night versus Delhi. The junior broke several school records as he found the endzone seven times. Sports director Aaron Dietrich honors him as the KNOE8 player of the week.
West Monroe's Dalvin Hutchinson is ready for a big senior season. Sports director Aaron Dietrich is profiling potential Aces. A "mean and lean" Dalvin should fun to watch in the 2018 high school football season.
Cerebral palsy and a speech disorder are not slowing down a Bastrop athlete. Bobby Williams is back from the adaptive sports USA national championships. He returns home with two gold medals and also a national record. Sports director Aaron Dietrich honors Bobby with an Ace award.
Sterlington's Patton Sims recently won the Tour de Louisiane. The 17-year old becomes the youngest cyclist in the event's 47-year history to win the race. Sports Director Aaron Dietrich honors Sims with an Aaron's Ace award.