River Parish Football

News Archives in 2018

Jenkins, Bulldogs looking forward to new season after 4-7 mark

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  • 8/7/18 11:51am

If any team was looking forward to the sports calendar turning to the year 2018. After back-to-back state championships, a young Lutcher football team went through the growing pains of an un-Bulldogs-like 4-7 season. As they say, that was last year. “To be back on the field and have those high expectations again – that’s one of the things we’ve known will always be here regardless of what happens the year... Keep Reading

GiveBack event one reason that keeps Landry coming back home

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  • 7/20/18 7:43pm

As he was conducting the fourth annual Jarvis Landry GiveBack event at Lutcher High School on Friday morning, the former Bulldog great and all the young campers were dealing with a heat index approaching 110 degrees and a field temperature much higher on the artificial turf. That can be typical of a July morning for the River Parishes native. It’s a stark contrast from him new NFL home in Cleveland. “It was snowing... Keep Reading

Monica, Jenkins feel the allure of the Manning Passing Academy

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  • 6/26/18 6:58pm

THIBODAUX - Each year, more than 1,000 young football players take part in the Manning Passing Academy held on the Nicholls campus. For the most part, the players are all new faces from year to year. What has perhaps gone unnoticed by many observers is that many of the coaches take part in the camp year after year. Few have been around more than Frank Monica. The St. Charles Catholic football coach has been almost a... Keep Reading

MPA lives up to expectations for pair of River Parish quarterbacks

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  • 6/25/18 8:25am

THIBODAUX – The Manning Passing Academy lived up to the hype for a pair of River Parish high school quarterbacks. “My expectations were pretty high. I expected to learn a lot and meet a lot of good college quarterbacks and Peyton himself. When I got there, it definitely matched my expectations,” said Kolby Bourgeois, who will be a senior at Lutcher for the 2018 season. “The expectation is you are going to go... Keep Reading

Mission accomplished at Line Camp despite weather conditions

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  • 6/19/18 4:10pm

THIBODAUX – The football gods forced one of the greatest audibles in history on the Nicholls campus over the past few days. Daily rain, plus lightning strikes, caused coaches, staff and campers at the annual Offensive-Defensive Line Camp to scamper all over the Thibodaux campus. “Every practice, there was a question mark whether it be rain or no rain or lightning. It came out right. In the long run, the kids got the quality... Keep Reading