Signees, Super Bowl cap season

Before I get to some Super Bowl 50 thoughts, I’d like to offer a congratulations to all of our local student-athletes who signed at Wednesday’s National Signing Day ceremony. Read More...
February 05 at 3:17 pm

Tigers face ‘win or go home’ scenario in last three games

Though a lopsided loss to Destrehan halted Hahnville’s winning streak at three, the Lady Tigers enter the season’s final stretch playing its best basketball of the season — and not a second too soon.Read More...
February 05 at 3:14 pm

Wildcats look to keep up intensity as postseason looms

With three regular season games left, Destrehan’s mantra is simple: no matter who the Wildcats play, the approach must remain constant. Read More...
February 05 at 3:08 pm

Tiger girls hitting stride

After a natural adjustment to a new coach and style of play, the Hahnville girls soccer team appears to be rounding into form just in time for the postseason. Read More...
January 29 at 1:45 pm

Tigers eye 7th straight district title

Hahnville’s wrestling team eyes a seventh consecutive district championship this weekend at Destrehan, and HHS coach Dan Erwin says his competitors are indeed hungry to add that honor to the program’s growing list of achievements. Read More...
January 29 at 1:44 pm

DHS alum Reed joins NFL ranks as coach

Ed Reed hung up his cleats after a Hall of Fame worthy NFL career last May, but as it turns out, the former Destrehan High School superstar won’t be straying far from the game.Read More...
January 29 at 1:43 pm

Hahnville knows Destrehan will be ready for rematch

Hahnville boys basketball coach Rick Spring knows what he and his team will be walking into Friday night when it sets foot into archrival Destrehan’s gym for a key District 7-5A battle.Read More...
January 29 at 1:42 pm

HHS senior Lirette gunning for state championship

When Hahnville wrestler Nicholas Lirette was a freshman, he established and wrote down a goal for himself: to one day compete at a Division I university.Read More...
January 29 at 1:39 pm

An inspiring message

St. Rose native Curtis Johnson spoke at the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Organization’s annual march and rally Monday.Read More...
January 22 at 9:40 am

Destrehan looks to reverse losing slide

Destrehan is in the midst of its toughest stretch of the season, and coach Todd Bourg said if his team is to right the ship, it will come down to reestablishing the little things that add up to victory each game. Read More...
January 22 at 9:38 am

Tigers eye second half district run

Hahnville coach Phillip Bychurch sees plenty to like when his Tigers take the floor these days, though wins have been scarce of late. Read More...
January 22 at 9:36 am

Wildcats wide awake, steamrolling after tourney loss

While Destrehan absorbed its second loss of the season at the Allstate Sugar Bowl tournament, their play in its aftermath suggests the team used it as a wakeup call.Read More...
January 22 at 9:30 am

Tigers beat Wildcats, finding groove

Charged by a decisive win over rival Destrehan, Hahnville hopes to keep the district wins coming as they enter a pivotal stretch of games.Read More...
January 15 at 3:42 pm

DHS’ Logan earns All-State honors

Curiously, if one is to ever wonder about the true value Destrehan defensive end Glen Logan provided his team, he might look to the Wildcats’ jamboree loss to Lutcher.Read More...
January 15 at 3:39 pm

Cut-off native finds ‘trophy of a lifetime’ on hunt

Now at the age of seventy-five, Joyce Toups was born and raised on the banks of Bayou Lafourche in Cut-off where she still lives. Read More...
January 08 at 1:07 pm

New year, new hope for our squads

Mainstream Louisiana sports fell on hard times, to say the least, in 2015. Read More...
January 08 at 1:06 pm

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Bridge work drastically changes plans for popular United Way race
Bridge work drastically changes plans for popular United Way race
While the Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge will not be available for the United Way of St. Charles’ 20th Annual Bridge Run/Walk, those seeking to participate have no need to cancel those plans.