BASILE -- On Friday afternoon, several parish track teams gathered in Basile to complete one of the last remaining track meets until the LHSAA lifts their suspension of spring sports.
Mamou High catcher Taylor Douget (left) has a deep conversation with pitcher Dacia Richard (21) in the circle about how to approach the next pitch. Mamou defeated Pine Prairie 6-1 on Thursday in the first of two games the teams will play against each other during the District 5-3A season. (Gazette photo by Tracey Jagneaux)
MAMOU -- In one of the biggest rivalries around the area, the Mamou Lady Demons scored a 6-1 win over the Pine Prairie Lady Panthers in round one of their two district showdowns this season.
Although the weather played havoc once again this week on the LHSAA baseball and softball schedule, mother nature was kind enough to allow games to be played on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
Ville Platte High’s Terrian Roy was named as the Most Valuable Player in District 5-3A after scoring 15 points per game. Roy also had four rebounds, two steals and three assists per game. The senior guard was joined by fellow senior Tyler Jones and junior Ernest Roberts on the first team. (Gazette photo by Yvette Jagneaux)
With Ville Platte High’s loss to Brusly in the quarterfinals this past Friday night, the 2019-20 high school basketball season officially came to an end for the four schools in the parish.