High School Sports

Rayne's Kanonu selected for All-Star Game

SELECTED FOR ALL-STAR GAME - Rayne High’s Tarya Kanonu will participate in the 2015 LHSAA All-Star Volleyball Game this weekend as a member of the West Squad.

Each year, Senior student-athletes have the ability to participate in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star games in the sports of

Lady Wolves claim win, qualify for state tourney

UP FOR DOUBLE BLOCK - Rayne High’s Layni Boudreaux, left, and Charlesha Dugas, right, put up a double block Monday during their regional round win over St. Martinville during the state volleyball playoffs. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Following last week’s district championship win, the #5-ranked Lady Wolves claimed a 3-set win over #21 St.

Wolves fall to Crowley in season finale

IN FOR A GAIN - Rayne High’s Trent Winbush (9) brushes off a Crowley defender during the Wolves’ final regular season game of the 2015 football season. (LSN Photo)

RAYNE - The Rayne High Wolves split two touchdowns Friday during their last regular season game of the 2015 season against intra-parish rival Crowl

Lady Wolves draw bye, prepare for second round

VOLLEYBALL PINK GAME HONORS SURVIVORS - Members of the Rayne High School Volleyball Team honored and acknowledged cancer survivors during the 2015 Annual “Block Our Cancer” volleyball game when the Lady Wolves hosted the Academy of Sacred Heart of Grand Coteau. Participating in the program were, from left, (kneeling and standing), Tarya Kanonu with Coach Stephanie Garrett (standing in for grandmother Mary Kanonu), Destiny Alleman with grandmother Rhea Alleman, Karl Richard with godmother Elisha Richard, Charlesha Dugas with ASH Assistant Coach Darrell Quibodeaux, Layni Boudreaux with mother Madelene Boudreaux, Katie Benoit with Coach Garrett’s Aunt Pat Cartwright, Blair Bergeron with Garrett’s friend Terry Oldham, Charlyne Peltier with Jearayne Mehal (Coach Tommy Garrett’s sister), and Landri Reviere RHS staff member Sarah Credeur. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

The #5-ranked Lady Wolves entered the state playoffs this week as district champions with a 8-0 slate.

Wolves fall to Washington-Marion, 42-22

Rayne High's Donald "T-June" Doucet releases a touchdown pass during the Wolves' district contest held Friday at Washington-Marion in Lake Charles. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

LAKE CHARLES - The Rayne High Wolves hit the road Friday with the intent of adding a district win to their 2015 football season.

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