River Parish Football

News Archives in March 2017

Rebowe looking to reap riches of a different sort in River Parishes

  • Tags:
  • Feature Story
  • Team:
  • Destrehan
  • Posted:
  • 3/30/17 9:53pm

Tim Rebowe returned to his native River Parishes to try and reap the riches of a different sort. A former Destrehan High player and coach, Rebowe is entering his third year as head coach at Nicholls. In his attempt to rebuild the Colonels’ program, Rebowe has found a bountiful harvest in terms of personnel from his home area. Two years after taking over a program that lost 23-straight games, Rebowe led Nicholls to a... Keep Reading

Narcisse wins RPF.com/Nick Forsythe Courage Award

  • Tags:
  • Feature Story
  • Teams:
  • St. Charles, St. James
  • Posted:
  • 3/25/17 1:04am

After battling back from a pair of ACL injuries that derailed his final two years at St. James, LSU freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse has been named the 2016 winner of the Riverparishfootball.com/Nick Forsythe Courage Award. “I’m blessed to get one of these awards for people to see what I’ve been through and how I handle the situation,” said Narcisse. “To be presented with this award it means... Keep Reading

River Parish CAA hosting Nicholls State football fundraiser

  • Tags:
  • Alumni
  • Feature Story
  • Teams:
  • Destrehan, East St. John, Lutcher, Riverside, St. Charles, St. James, West St. John
  • Posted:
  • 3/24/17 12:20pm

It has been no coincidence that the pipeline of River Parish football talent to Nicholls State has been flourishing over the past few years. Since being named the Colonels head coach in 2015, Tim Rebowe, a Norco native, Destrehan grad, and former Destrehan head coach has regularly tapped into his talent-rich home base. This spring, eleven River Parish players are on the Nicholls roster. Next week Rebowe is headed home again, but this time he won... Keep Reading

Ursin leads Destrehan to first girls basketball state title

  • Tags:
  • Other Sports
  • Team:
  • Destrehan
  • Posted:
  • 3/5/17 6:01pm

Minutes after falling to Mt. Carmel in the 5A State Championship in 2014, Destrehan coach Angi Butler made a bold proclamation. “We’re going to be back,” said Butler. “And the next time it’s going to be a totally different ending. I guarantee it.” It took three years, but Butler was right. Fighting off No.1 ranked Barbe in a back-and-forth affair, Destrehan pulled away in the closing minute for... Keep Reading