By Hunter Bower // GeauxPreps.com Owner GeauxPreps.com is diving into Louisiana high school football’s strongest districts by classification. Today, we cover Class 3A with an analysis followed by rankings of each district within the classification. The 3A classification is one of the most competitive in Louisiana high school football. District 2-3A has proven to be…
Class 4A has proven to be just as strong to play football in and produces top talent that moves on to the next level. However, one district stands atop the rest and among other higher classification leagues.
It may come as no surprise that Louisiana’s historic “Catholic League” would rank as the toughest district to compete in for high school football.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) and Executive Director Eddie Bonine released a memo Monday evening informing member schools of its decision to keep the August 3rd permissive start date for football practice.
With a new decade of high school football upon us, we wanted to take a few minutes and look back at the 10 best programs in Louisiana high school football.
LHSAA Executive Director Eddie Bonine released a letter to parents & student-athletes Wednesday evening regarding the LHSAA’s commitment to high school sports being played this fall.
Kavanaugh and the Rebels look to continue to build off of last year and remain competitive in Class 2A.
Five Louisiana high school women’s volleyball programs were honored with the USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award for the 2019-2020 season
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North DeSoto is no stranger to success and neither is its coach. The Griffins, led by state championship head coach Dennis Dunn, are working every day to get better for the upcoming 2020 football season.