NEW ROADS -- Catholic High of Pointe Coupee softball coach Lauren Doucet left no stone unturned for her team’s interrupted season.
BATON ROUGE – All remaining high school sporting events and championship tournaments will be canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association announced today.
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.
It’s wait and see now that area school systems are closed until April 13 and the Louisiana High School Athletic Association called a halt to spring sports.
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.
Five of six Pointe Coupee Parish prep basketball teams opened or will open district play this week, while the sixth team begins its second week of district play.
Four members of the Catholic High of Pointe Coupee football program were named to the Louisiana Sports Writers Association’s Class 1A All-State team, but only three can be found on the roster.
Catholic-Pointe Coupee and False River Academy no longer compete in the same district for high school basketball, but it did not take the spark out of the longtime local rivalry.
The Jr. NBA Skills Challenge is coming to Pointe Coupee Parish, looking for boys and girls ages 13 and younger who want to test their basketball skills. The local challenge will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at Rosenwald Elementary, hosted by the New Roads Volunteer Fire Department a…
One look at the Catholic-Pointe Coupee girls basketball roster would suggest a team that may have endured some growing pains and other issues expected from a young squad.
NEW ORLEANS – Ouachita Christian capitalized on seven turnovers – scoring five touchdowns – to a hand Catholic High of Pointe Coupee a 67-22 loss for the Division IV state title on Friday, Dec. 13.
After the semifinal win over Southern Lab, Hornet coach David Simoneaux said he hoped the performance of senior defensive back Matthew Langlois would be noticed by colleges.
A second annual Thanksgiving event at False River Academy may not have included turkey and cranberry sauce, but it brought a huge gathering for is becoming a big tradition for the school.