BATON ROUGE – Brusly will remain in the Baton Rouge area district for 2015-17, but its wrestling team will travel further for the state meet.
The Brusly Panthers baseball program is currently on a roll.
After winning 12 of their last 13 games, they sit at 13 wins and four losses and are set to open up district play this week.
The Brusly Panthers softball team hosted the Brusly High School Softball Tournament at Alexander Park over the weekend and clearly showed those in attendance that there is something to a home field advantage as they went 4-0 on the weekend.
Brusly and Port Allen made their presence known Friday among top programs in the Louisiana Farm Bureau Insurance Relays Zachary Bronco Relays at West Feliciana High School.
The Brusly boys placed fourth with 60 points, just ahead of Port Allen (52). Zachary dominated the event with 152 points, doubling the showing for runner-up St. Amant. West Feliciana notched 65, while Central placed sixth. Broadmoor, Wilkinson County, Northeast and East Feliciana rounded out the competition.