Momentum continued to shift in their direction as the Brusly Panthers baseball team went undefeated last week against their four opponents, readying them for a tough stretch of district games.
Brusly’s Baseball Panthers were 2-2 last week on the field.
“Two for two isn’t bad in a week,” said head baseball coach Tait Dupont. “Of course you want to win them all, but it’s more important that we play well.”
Brusly’s Lady Panthers were 4-1 this week.
“We played some good competition this week,” said head softball coach Beau Bouvier. “And we earned some quality wins. I was very pleased with the way we played, especially against East Ascension.”
Brusly standout senior center Travin Thibodeaux was named to the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star basketball team.
Thibodeaux is the only player from West Baton Rouge to garner a roster spot on the All-Star team this year.
Thibodeaux will don the Boys’ West Squad jersey.
The only other player from District 7-3A on the roster is James Thompson from Parkview Baptist.
This Saturday, March 22, is the annual LHSCA All-Star Basketball doubleheader at Bossier Parish Community College. The Girls' game will start at 2 p.m., followed by the Boys' game at 4 p.m.