DEQUINCY - The Rayne High Wolves claimed their first win of the 2015 football season Friday and did it in a big way as they rang up a 48-26 total o
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RAYNE HIGH LADY WOLVES VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Members of the 2015-2016 Rayne High School Volleyball Team (varsity, junior varsity and freshmen) include, seated from left, Katie Benoit, Layni Boudreaux, Charlesha Dugas, Tarya Kanonu, Charelyn Peltier, Blair Bergeron, Landri Reviere, Karla Richard; kneeling, Lindsey Batten, Trinity Axtell, TaJane’ Butler, Natalie Alleman, Madison Lavergne, Destiny Alleman, Mary Jenkins! Gabrielle Peltier, Kennedie Bourgeois; standing front row, managers Dashia Wheeler, Doryan Brasseaux and Renee Cormier, Coach Stephanie Garrett, Karlie Weber, Alexis Hayes, Peyton Richard, Taylor Thevis, Kendal Edmond, Destini Carrier, Savanna LaCombe, Aimyah Price, Hannah McKenize, Valiere Gordon, Coach Tommy Garrett, managers Gwen Broussard and Mariette Credeur; top row, Lydia Mire, Lydia Ourso, Mallorie Richard, Anayjah Williams, Janette Wade, Mia Delahoussaye, Jessi Cary, Ti’Esha Young, Lexy Sarver, Shanaya Thomas, Tanajah Francis and Emma Pastor. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
The Lady Wolves added two more wins to their 2015 season during recent volleyball action.
RAYNE - For the third time in as many weeks, a win for the Rayne Wolves have slipped away with just seconds remaining.
The Rayne High Lady Wolves Volleyball Team improved their season record to 9-3 over the weekend as they attended the Dutchtown High Tournament.
LAKE CHARLES - The final score of a football game can be deceiving at times, especially Rayne High’s 27-19 loss to St. Louis Friday night.