A ceremony at the Port Allen homecoming game Friday will pay homage to a group of players that accomplished what only one team could do before them – and not another one as of yet.
The Holy Family School Athletic Department had players and parents singing “Amore” not for pizza pies but for spaghetti dinners, as the annual Holy Family Athletic Department Spaghetti Dinner Fall Fundraiser was held last Sunday in the Holy Family gymnasium.
The spaghetti dinner is held each fall to raise funds to help support the Holy Family School Athletic Department.
Even amid a season that included a 12-game losing streak, the Port Allen volleyball team could be set for a playoff run.
At 5-17, the Lady Pelicans hope at least one of their last two district games and a late-season tournament will provide the boost needed to reach the post-season fray.
Westside Bulldogs and Brusly Panthers Youth Football head to playoffs
Youth football is thriving in West Baton Rouge as five teams earned spots in the Tri-Parish Youth Football League playoffs.
The Westside Bulldogs are sending two teams - their B squad (9-10 year olds) and C squad (7-8 year olds), while the Brusly Panthers are sending three of their youth squads – their A squad (11-12 year olds), B squad (9-10 year olds), and D squad (5-6 year olds).