The most prolific career of any Rummel wide receiver is over.Prized recruit Ja’Marr Chase sustained season-ending ligament damage to a knee while making his third touchdown catch in the final eight minutes of a 55-28 victory against Byrd of Shreveport Friday night in the first round of the Division I state playoffs.Magnetic resonance imaging tests performed Monday revealed a partial tear to a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and two bruised bones that make up the patella, Chase and a somber...
De La Salle football history was made Thursday night.Again.The state’s top-ranked team in Class 3A completed a second consecutive undefeated regular season by recording a 38-14 District 10-3A victory against Donaldsonville at City Park’s Pan American Stadium.
St. Augustine and Holy Cross celebrate the 50th anniversary of their first meeting in football at 7 p.m. Thursday at City Park’s Tad Gormley Stadium.Gormley also served as the venue for the schools’ first meeting in 1967 one year before St. Augustine joining the LHSAA and becoming a member of the storied New Orleans Catholic League.The Purple Knights subsequently established a 28-17 lead in the series that kicked off with Holy Cross recording a 29-21 victory before a Saturday afternoon crowd...
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Selecting a term
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