Youth movement springs Iota into postseason

What a difference a year makes.

A year ago, the Iota Lady Bulldogs stumbled into the playoffs as a No. 30 seed in Class 2A. Their reward was playing Evangel.

DeQuincy weathers Kinder storm, advances to regionals

DEQUINCY — The third time wasn’t the charm after all for the Kinder Lady Yellow Jackets, as they fell in heartbreaking fashion to the DeQuincy Lady Tigers for the third time this season Monday night.

McNeese hopes to finish strong against ULL

When McNeese hosted Louisiana-Lafayette almost two weeks ago, the Cowboys were atop the Southland Conference standings, winners of five of their last six games.

Now on a roll, LSU out to avenge Tulane loss

The last time LSU faced Tulane, it was the start of the unquestioned low point of the season for the Tigers.

The rematch tonight finds LSU riding high and looking to build on an impressive weekend.

'Baseball Buddha' finds himself in America's pastime

MOSS BLUFF — You don’t have to be buddhist to agree with the religion’s principles.

John Reimer, the self-proclaimed “Baseball Buddha”, himself doesn’t even subscribe to the religion, but he acknowledges one of the main guidelines of buddhism.

Did Manning, Saban meeting cross the line?

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Peyton Manning’s never-ending quest to hone his game and Nick Saban’s desire to decipher fast-paced offenses led to a recent meeting that the Crimson Tide coach called mutually beneficial.

It also might have violated NFL rules because, according to Saban, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase also was