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Thu
21
Jun
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Manning Passing Academy To Hold Football Camp For Girls

By Jim Henderson
Sportswriter

The Manning Passing Academy (MPA), entering its 23rd year, will launch its inaugural MPA Football Clinic and Camp for Women and Girl on June 25-26 at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux.

"This is a historic moment for both the MPA and for women and girls who want to play, learn and coach the great game of football," said Archie Manning, who along with sons Cooper, Peyton and Eli, are the namesake of the annual passing academy. "Our camp director brought the concept to our family from a conversation he had with two former National Football League female staff members. We love the progressive idea and said, "Why wait" and moved forward to set the date."

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Thu
14
Jun
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Lady ‘Dogs Named To All-District 6-4A Softball Team

By Jim Henderson
Sportswriter

The All-District 6-4A Softball team was announced and several members of the Lutcher Lady Bulldogs were named to the elite squad.

Lutcher senior pitcher Brenn Ursin was named co-MVP in the league along with Parkview's Audrey Green.

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Thu
14
Jun
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Bulldogs Split Pair In Legion Play

By Jim Henderson
Sportswriter

The Lutcher High based-Noranda Bulldogs split a pair of games in American Legion baseball played last week.

The Noranda Bulldogs defeated Warren Easton-based Wilson Electric, but loss to East St. John based-PVS.

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Thu
14
Jun
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Manning Passing Academy Slated For June 21-24

By Jim Henderson
Sportswriter

The 23rd Manning Passing Academy is set for June 21-24 in Thibodaux at Nicholls St. This year will mark the 13th time that the camp will take place at Nicholls. A full house of high school athletes aspiring to improve their skills and to continue their football careers at the next level.

The Manning family of Cooper, Peyton and Eli will be on hand to share their knowledge of the game of football to eager campers.

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Thu
07
Jun
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Bulldogs Capture Pair Of Wins In Legion Baseball

By Jim Henderson Sportswriter

 

American Legion summer baseball got underway last week and the Lutcher High-based Noranda Bulldogs captured a pair of victories over Hahnville High based-Otto Candies and Vandebilt Catholic based- GIS. Against Otto Candies, the Bulldogs captured a 5- 4 victory. Otto Candies jumped out to a 2-0 first inning lead on a bases-loaded walk that scored a run and on a RBI bunt single. Noranda scored its first run in the third when Josh Oubre led off the frame with a walk and then later Kyle St. Pierre delivered a base hit to right field. Kolby Bourgeois followed with a RBI ground-out to cut the deficit to 2-1. The Bulldogs moved ahead for good in the sixth when Jace Bourgeois led off with a double to left field and Kolby Bourgeois followed with a RBI double to center field.

 

 

Thu
07
Jun
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LHS Girls Powerlifting Team State Champions 2007-2018

Three Lutcher High athletes chosen to compete at WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS this September!

 

The members of the LHS Girls Powerlifting team will be enjoying summer in the Dog Pound Weight Room, working to get stronger and win a 13th consecutive State Championship. Three Lutcher athletes have a more personal goal to work towards this summer: trying to make the leap from State Champions to World Champions. Sisters Shyanne and Shay Naquin and Quamecca Stafford have all won the chance to represent the United States at the 2018 International Powerlifting Federation’s Jr. and Sub - Jr. World Championships, being held in Potchefstroom,

 

Thu
31
May
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LHS Tennis Mini Camp

When: June 18 - 21, 2018 Where: LHS
Time: 9:00 - 12:00 p.m. Tennis Courts
Ages: 6 - 12 Cost: $40 (cash/money
order). Includes snacks
and LHS visor. Rackets
and Tennis Balls will
be provided.

 

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Thu
24
May
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Area Prep Teams Conclude Spring Football Drills With Scrimmages

By Jim Henderson

Area prep football teams concluded their spring drills last week.

The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) gave teams the option of holding a 10-day spring practice session with or without pads, and teams have until the end of the school year to hold the 10 practices. However, schools who opt not to hold spring practice may add more practice dates in the fall preseason camp.

Lutcher High School opted to have an intrasquad game and not scrimmage another opponent and head coach Dwain Jenkins indicated that his squad looked good in workouts and will continue to weight lift and do conditioning throughout the summer.

St. James ended spring drills with a threeteam scrimmage, and St. Charles Catholic and E.D. White had controlled scrimmage games against another opponent.

 

Thu
17
May
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Wildcats Conclude Spring Drills With Scrimmage

By Jim Henderson
Sportswriter

The St. James Wildcat Football team concluded spring drills last week participating in a threeteam scrimmage at Tulane University's Yulman Stadium in New Orleans last weekend.

St. James alternated playing against St. Augustine and Helen Cox schools. Each team was given a 15-play possession that started on its own 25- yard line.

Against St. Aug., the Wildcats saw its firstteam offense move the football against the Knights, but were unable to cross the goal line for a touchdown during its 15-play limit.

 

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Thu
10
May
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Wildcats Fare Well At State Track Meet

By Jim Henderson

The State Class 3A Track & Field Meet was held last weekend at LSU's Bernie Moore Track Stadium in Baton Rouge. The St. James Boys & Girls Track teams saw several athletes take individual state titles.

St. James head coach Jonathan Baumann felt good about his team's chances of winning, but by the time the meet concluded Baumann was pleased with his team's results.

 

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