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All eight River Parish teams once again qualify for state playoffs

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  • 11/4/18 8:45am

All eight River Parish teams have qualified for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association playoffs for the third year in a row. Two teams, defending Class 1A state champion West St. John, and St. Charles Catholic in Division II, received opening-round byes in their respective brackets. West St. John, which garnered the No. 5 seed in non-select Class 1A, will take on the winner of No. 12 seed Homer and Elton, the No. 21 seed. St. Charles Catholic,... Keep Reading

RPF.com seeking correspondents for upcoming football season

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  • 8/15/18 9:46am

RiverParishFootball.com is seeking correspondents to help with football coverage for the 2018 season. RPF.com is seeking correspondents to cover games in the River Parishes on Friday nights during the season, along with other game-night coverage help. The position is ideal for college students with flexable schedules and looking to earn a bit of extra spending money. Budding journalists looking for practical experience or perhaps former high school football players seeking to stay close to... Keep Reading

Narcisse’s former coaches voice support of transfer decision

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  • 8/15/18 9:22am

A pair of Lowell Narcisse’s former high school coaches expressed support for the quarterback’s decision to transfer from LSU. Narcisse made the announcement Tuesday via his Twitter account: “First of [sic] I would like to thank LSU and the entire State of Louisiana for giving me a great opportunity to further my education and play football at the highest level in Tiger Stadium. I would also like to thank Coach... Keep Reading

Valdez: ‘season waits for no one’ as SJH Wildcats prepare for 2018

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  • 8/10/18 2:17pm

To beat the heat, the St. James Wildcats scheduled the first week of fall practice for sessions to be held in the evening. One thing the Wildcats couldn’t beat Tuesday was lightning. “We got a chance to break in the new gym. We couldn’t go into the high school gym because they still had some stuff they were putting up and we went to the middle school gym,” said... 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