We are just four weeks away from KPLC’s coverage of Two-A-Days and to get ready we continue our 7-in-Seven countdown. A new countdown each week, beginning every Monday. We continue the countdown with the top seven surprise teams this upcoming season. We are just five weeks away from KPLC’s coverage of Two-A-Days and to iota high school louisiana ready we continue our 7-in-Seven countdown series.
We continue the countdown with the top seven Touchdown Live matchups this upcoming season. We are just six weeks away from KPLC’s coverage of Two-A-Days and to get ready we continue our 7-in-Seven countdown. We continue the countdown with the seven most competitive local districts this upcoming season. Of course, this is just our analysis, you never know what might happen on the gridiron this fall.
USA TODAY announced its ALL-USA Louisiana Baseball Team on Thursday. Four players from Southwest Louisiana were selected, led by Sulphur pitcher Chance Stone on the first team. Fellow Tor Connor Cooke, Barbe infielder Antonio Gauthier and Iota ace Hunter Wriborg were selected to the second team. Sulphur, Barbe and Iota all ended their season in Sulphur with the Bulldogs and Tors playing in the state title game.
Leesville’s Matthew Anderson loves the mauling and mashing that comes with playing offensive line. The 6-foot-6, 250-pound Wampus Cat became just the second local product to commit to a Power 5 school in five years. Nebraska is known for its lineman and the pipeline with all the Remington and Lombardi trophies,” said Anderson. I’m looking forward to seeing how they are going to use me with my athleticism as an offensive lineman. Leesville offensive tackle Matthew Anderson loves the mauling and mashing that comes with playing offensive line.
So it came at little surprise Friday when the 6-foot-6, 250-pound Wampus Cat chose to commit to a smash-mouth program like Nebraska. He made the announcement on his Twitter. Louisiana dominates Texas in doubleheader All-Star game. Southwest Louisiana area for two additional years. Historically, the area has hosted swim for 12 years and softball for 18.