NEW IBERIA – Livonia began its Class 4A non-select playoff run in a city known for sugar, but the outcome against Westgate proved anything but sweet for the Wildcats.
The regular season battle between Catholic-Pointe Coupee and Opelousas Catholic left many fans clamoring for what the rivalry showdown would bring next year.
The Catholic-Pointe Coupee Hornets battle Cedar Creek at the line of scrimmage in action Nov. 15 in first-round Division IV Select playoff action at NRG Stadium. The Hornets prevailed 28-7.
It took more than five years, but revenge came sweet for Catholic-Pointe Coupee in first-round playoff action Friday night.
All three Pointe Coupee Parish schools reached the 2019 Louisiana High School Athletic Association volleyball playoffs, but all three fell short of a trip to the championship tournament.
BREAUX BRIDGE – A lead is almost never comfortable in football, and the rule certainly applied for Livonia in action last Friday against Breaux Bridge.
Playoff berths are nothing new to the Livonia football program, but this year the opponent is the unknown quantity for the Wildcats.
Players and coaches for Catholic-Pointe Coupee can finally forget about the chip on their shoulders.
Catholic High-Pointe Coupee head football coach David Simoneaux often elaborates on what he considers among the biggest keys to his team’s success – and it’s not strictly offense or defense.
A total of 132 competitors tested their swimming, biking and running skills in the 2019 River Roux Triathlon on Nov. 2. The River Roux featured a 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike ride over the Audubon Bridge into St. Francisville, and a 13.1-mile run in New Roads.
LEBEAU – “Domination” may seem like a trite description in football, but it aptly describes Catholic-Pointe Coupee’s showing in action last Friday at North Central.
The Livonia Wildcats hope to gain momentum in the Class 4A power rankings during Week 10 action, but they face a tall order in the process.
Livonia returns to action after a one-week break, while Catholic-Pointe Coupee heads back on the road for District 5-1A fare on Friday.
Payback time arrived in earnest Friday night when Catholic-Pointe Coupee exacted revenge for a loss that cost them the District 5-1A championship.
A showdown between Catholic-Pointe Coupee and False River Academy seems like an enormous battle, but the crosstown archrivals joined forces to raise awareness of a much more crucial foe.
VILLE PLATTE – The Catholic-Pointe Coupee Hornets knew the focus this year’s season would be to complete unfinished business from last year, and they got a great start in that direction last week.
Beau Chene wanted to prove they were not the same team that went winless last season – and it made Livonia step up its game in the process.
BATON ROUGE - Catholic-Pointe Coupee made a strong showing in the first quarter, but three unanswered touchdowns in the second half proved costly in a 31-14 loss Oct. 4 at Episcopal.
All three local high school volleyball games left the crowds cheering this week after victories in action this week.
BATON ROUGE – Livonia and Woodlawn have not competed in the same district the last three years, but their game last Friday proved that plenty sparks remain in the rivalry.
Domination remained the theme for the Catholic-Pointe Coupee Hornets, who used a potent rushing attack to rout Riverside Academy 42-20 in non-district action last Friday at NRG Field.
Catholic-Pointe Coupee head coach David Simoneaux had high hopes coming into the season for his 2019 Hornets, and they lived up to those expectations in opening week action last Friday.
After back-to-back weeks of opposition against a state runner-up and state champion, the Catholic-Pointe Coupee Hornets face a tough challenge of a different kind on Friday.