SULPHUR - The Brusly softball team started last weekend on a high note with a win over Sulphur High School, but dropped two games on Saturday, as they went 1-2 in the Sulphur Tournament.
Forget inexperience and don’t even worry about the defensive foibles. For Port Allen’s baseball team, the toughest opponent right now is one they can’t control.
Nobody can say Port Allen went down without a fight.
The Pelicans put forth a spectacular showing from start to finish against district arch rival University, but a 3-point basket in overtime
Port Allen headed into its first 3A playoff round Friday against an opponent very familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of the Pelicans.
PAHS kept that in mind when they posted an 89-81 win over Parkview Baptist in front of fans at the Pelicans Nest.
It marked Port Allen’s third win in as many meetings with the Eagles, whose season ended 16-15.