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Catholic High of Pointe Coupee looks to continue an unbeaten start to its 2020 volleyball season and to gain experience on back-to-back days.

Football scrimmages are the next step to the start of the 2020 high school football season for Pointe Coupee Parish teams.

Editor’s note: The Sept. 10 print edition of The Pointe Coupee Banner says high school football would being the weekend of Oct. 8-10. At press deadline Wednesday, this was expected to be the start date.

Catholic High of Pointe Coupee’s cross country teams opened the season with a shorter distance with the emphasis on teamwork.

False River Academy’s volleyball team was the first parish team to take the step beyond practice on Tuesday with a scrimmage at Dutchtown.

Matthew Langlois was the offensive threat for Catholic High of Pointe Coupee last year with 1,343 yards and 26 touchdowns, which earned him District 5-1A Offensive Most Valuable Player honors.

Pointe Coupee Parish’s football coaches have a date when their season could begin, and they say they are adjusting for it.

The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) might push back the start of prep football to Oct. 8, according to social media reports.

Antonio Broadway, who served as athletic director and coached numerous sports at False River Academy, announced his resignation last week.

Hannah Kador does not claim to be an artist, but a blank canvas is how she looks at the Livonia girls basketball team.

Morgan LeBlanc and Maecie Vine have a few words for their younger teammates: Be vocal. Work hard. Your chance to play will come.

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A total of 139 anglers in 70 boats had a near perfect day, warm with a cool breeze, at the Kiwanis of Pointe Coupee’s 40th Annual Open Bass Tournament on Sunday, March 15.   

The False River Tuesday Night Fishing Tournaments are continuing at Morrison Parkway Public Boat Dock in New Roads, according to Billy Baggett.

Pointe Coupee Parish baseball teams went into last weekend looking forward to getting some games in. Now, all the prep teams can do is wait.

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False River was the last baseball team to kick off the 2020 season and the Gators did it in a big way, downing David Thibodaux 14-7 on Tuesday.

Four teams from District 5-1A are playoff-bound, but Catholic High of Pointe Coupee missed a spot in the 16-team Division IV bracket.

Wet weather did not cooperate and changed plans by some Pointe Coupee Parish teams on Monday, the start of the regular season for softball and baseball.

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Seven-year-old Micah D’Arensbourg killed his first deer, a spike, on a weekend trip to Alabama with his dad, Joshua (pictured) and his Popi. Micah is the grandson of Banner Publisher Bonnie D’Arensbourg.

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