The Northwest High Raiders came into Bulldog Stadium on Friday sporting a 3-0 record and ranked fourth in the state.
High School Sports
This is not a misprint or a reprint! If it feels like you have been here before, you have!
Only this time it was even worse!
As the prep football season progresses, games across the state get bigger and bigger each week.
District 5-3A is loaded with talented teams and the Crowley Gents will open league play with one of the most talented tonight when they play host to the Eunice Bobcats.
LADY WOLVES VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Members of the 2018-2019 Lady Wolves Volleyball Team representing Rayne High School are, seated from left, manager Nikki Guilbeaux, Ava Thibodeaux, Lexie Marks, Tiesha Young, Emma Pastor, Hannah McKenzie, Elizabeth Daigle, Halle Young, manager Taylor Bias; kneeling, manager Kameron Brown, Mazie Parker, Tatum Comeaux, Morley Richard, Trivion Francis, Lily Roberts, Makayla Dronet, JaLayna Wilridge, Camille McClelland, manager Madeleine Deville; standing, Tameya Charles, Alidia Cormier, Madison Richard, Grayci Dupuis, Demi Billings, Madison Leger, Carly Bergeron, Morgan Duhon, Grace Anzalone, Elizabeth Comeaux, Emma Guidry, Abigail Hoover, Kora Bouillion, Kylie Thevis, Hannah Istre, Coach Stephanie Garrett, Evyn Shreve, Assistant Coach Caitlyn Peltier and Assistant Coach Tommy Garrett. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
RAYNE - The Rayne High Lady Wolves Volleyball Team improved their season tally to 8-6 during recent court play.