River Parish Football

News Archives in 2018

Mission accomplished at Line Camp despite weather conditions

  • Tags:
  • Feature Story
  • Posted:
  • 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

Bulldogs work on themselves; Terrebonne dominates Comets

  • Tags:
  • Game Recap
  • Spring Practice
  • Posted:
  • 5/18/18 8:53am

Unlike most River Parish football teams, the Lutcher Bulldogs opted to end spring practice with an intra-squad scrimmage Thursday rather than face an opponent. “What it did is it gave us time to teach,” Lutcher coach Dwain Jenkins said of no spring game. “What we were able to do on Monday and Tuesday was really slow down and not have to prepare for somebody. We were able to go in and make... Keep Reading

Young pups get early start on way to getting their Bulldog bark

  • Tags:
  • Spring Practice
  • Posted:
  • 5/3/18 8:37am

A large group of incoming freshmen and sophomore varsity hopefuls has caused Lutcher to undertake an unusual start to spring football practice. Slightly less than 50 young Bulldog pups are taking part in an underclassmen-only two-day practice session before the upperclassmen join the fray on Monday. “This is kind of something we looked at last year,” Lutcher coach Dwain Jenkins said. “We saw what we had coming up from our middle school and... Keep Reading

National Signing Day takes on new feel following early signing period

  • Tags:
  • National Signing Day
  • Posted:
  • 2/7/18 3:40pm

For players like Shawn Preston of St. James and Macon Clark of Destrehan, the drama has been over for a little while. Both took advantage of the new early signing period last December with Preston signing with Mississippi State and Clark with Tulane. They were at their respective high schools on Wednesday to be part of National Signing Day ceremonies along with teammates who officially signed with their college of choice on the traditional signing... Keep Reading