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Rayne High track members headed to Regionals

DOUBLE FIRST PLACE FINISHER - Rayne’s Tristan Mouton qualified in two events for the Region II-4A Track Meet this week by taking first place honors i the 100 and 300 meter hurdles last week during the 4-4A District Track Meet held at Crowley High School. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

RAYNE - Six members of the Rayne High School Track Team have qualified for the Regional II-4A Track Meet to be held this week at UL-Lafayette’s Caj

Rayne Wolves enter state baseball playoffs

BEGIN STATE BASEBALL PLAYOFFS - Team members of the Rayne High Baseball Team who entered the first round of the 2014-2015 State Playoffs this week are, seated from left, Grant Trahan, Konnor Daigle, Alex Savoy, Christian Comeaux, Jake Richard, Lionel Logan, Huey Touchette; second row, DeMarcas James, Jesse Romero, Hunter Meche, Ivy Thibodeaux, Hunter Keely, TJ Bearb, Blaze Meche, Dustin Dupuis; Coach Jason Bonin, Jacob Hebert, Donald Doucet, Brice Meche, Grant Abshire, Troy Breaux, Austin Coleman, Jaylon Reed, Gannon Quebedeaux, Frank Doucet and Coach Randy Judice. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

On Tuesday, the No. 29-ranked Wolves were slated to hit the road to Benton to take on the No. 4-ranked Tigers.

Lady Warriors fall short in semifinals

Northside Christian's Zera Hanagriff makes a play in the Lady Warriors' 4-3 Class C semifinal playoff loss to St. Joseph's Saturday at Sulphur's Frasch Park.

SULPHUR – Northside Christian’s hopes of playing in the Class C state championship game for a second straight year were dashed one game short Satur

West Ouachita beats Gents twice, advances to quarterfinals

Crowley's Jon Riley Mouton lays down a bunt in a recent game. Mouton and the Gents lost a pair of games to West Ouachita Saturday and were eliminated from the Class 4A playoffs.

WEST MONROE – The Crowley Gents were one victory away from advancing to the Class 4A thanks to a 6-2 victory over No.

Midland duo inks with LSUE

Midland’s Bethany LeJeune and Macy Hoffpauir recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the LSUE Lady Bengals beginning in the fall. On hand for the signing were, seated from left to right, Bethany LeJeune, Macy Hoffpauir, standing; Lisa and Terry LeJeune (parents of Bethany), Todd Briley (MHS principal), Kayla Wimberly (mother of Macy), Amanda Fontenot (MHS head coach) and Emily Manuel (MHS assistant coach).

MIDLAND – The Midland Lady Rebels’ 2014-15 season record wasn’t exactly eye popping.

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