GeauxPreps.com and Crescent City Sports are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership that promises to revolutionize the way high school sports are covered and celebrated in the great state of Louisiana.
In an era where the spotlight on student-athletes’ achievements is more critical than ever, this unique collaboration brings together the extensive expertise and reach of two premier sports platforms, GeauxPreps.com and Crescent City Sports, dedicated to serving Louisiana’s high school sports community.
This partnership signifies a commitment to providing a symmetrical balance of high school sports coverage, aiming to not only inform and engage fans but also to create lasting memories for families and friends across the state.
The two companies will cross-promote exclusive content on each platform including GeauxPreps’ live power rating projections as well as Crescent City’s live streaming coverage of multiple sporting events throughout the year. This will allow fans to enjoy a full scope of resources whether they log on to one website or the other.
As part of this exciting partnership, GeauxPreps’ Hunter Bower and Crescent City Sports’ Ken Trahan will co-host a weekly podcast. This podcast will offer in-depth analysis and previews of the top high school games taking place across Louisiana. With their extensive knowledge and passion for Louisiana high school sports, Bower and Trahan are set to provide fans with a captivating and insightful look into the world of high school athletics.
“I am excited to establish this partnership with Ken and the Crescent City crew”, said Bower. “With the need for constant, reliable content, it was a no-brainer to have two of the state’s top sports websites come together and take coverage to a level that has yet to be reached. Our companies share a similar goal, which is to promote each student-athlete to the best of our abilities. This partnership does exactly that, and I am excited for the future!”
“We believe in the mission of Crescent City Sports and we believe in the mission of GeauxPreps,” said Trahan. “The symmetry is obvious. Each entity has a substantive audience and each entity believes in providing content free of charge to all high school student-athletes, parents, coaches and alumni. Hunter is a consummate professional and person and we feel strongly that the model he has is completely in-line with what we adhere to. Each of us is about the student-athletes and schools and this will only strengthen our outreach to promote both to our maximum abilities.”