The regular season for Louisiana high school football has ended and it is now time for the playoffs, meaning the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) unveiling the playoff matchups for the classes and divisions.
Louisiana lawmakers have edged closer to inserting themselves into the decision-making of high school sports after parents criticized the state athletic association’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Blood Center is putting out a call for blood donations for Remy Hidalgo, 16, a junior football player at Denham Springs High School who collapsed Tuesday, Sept. 15 during practice and was subsequently airlifted to a hospital in New Orleans for treatment.
LHSAA Executive Director Eddie Bonine provides some much needed clarification on his phase four, while St. James head coach Robert Valdez explains what needs to happen for football to be possible this fall.
Head coach Broderick Fobbs recorded his 50th career win of the Grambling State University football team, who in a nail-biting, sit on the edge of your seat contest, defeated the defending Southwestern Athletic Conference Football Champions.
A state championship is the goal and teams from across the ArkLaTex have it in their sights. The KSLA Sports team will be there for all the action.KSLA News 12′s Friday night high school football show is back featuring all the scores and highlights you will see only on the KSLA News 12 app.
The 2019 Walk On's Independence Bowl was a success. Devin White talked about the good times at LSU and the humble beginnings from a small town in Northwest Louisiana. He also spoke about a person that still motivates him today.
The Duke Blue Devils arrived in Shreveport Saturday afternoon ahead of Thursday’s Walk On’s Independence Bowl game, this is Dukes first time participating in this bowl game, however this is blue devils head coach David Cutcliffe’s fourth independence bowl game appearance.
The Pleasant Grove Hawks trying to make history tomorrow and win back to back state championships. They are the only Texarkana team to go back to back. The Hawks beat West Orange last year to win their first state title.
The Many Tigers didn’t get the state championship they were after this season but head coach Jess Curtis will have a few athletes playing on the college level after 4 football players signed athletic scholarships.
C.E. Byrd Head Coach Mike Suggs has been around the game of football for most of his life. While many know him for his success with the Yellow Jackets, he carries a legacy that many might not be aware of.
Friday, September 12th and Saturday, September 13th teams from Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama will square off at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana for the 4th Annual "Battle on the Border"