High School Sports

THE POST-SIGNAL / D. Sexton
Iota’s Brett Clay pulls up for a jumper Monday during the Bulldogs’ 83-66 victory over Pine Prairie. Clay scored five points in the victory.

Bulldogs cruise past Pine Prairie

Colby Wilson and Jeron Latiolais did their thing Monday, combining for 54 points in Iota’s showdown with district foe Pine Prairie.

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Iota’s McKenzy LeJeune, seated center, recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Centenary College in Shreveport. On hand for the signing were, seated from left, Kristian LeJeune (mother), McKenzy LeJeune, Kris LeJeune (father); standing, IHS principal Cindy Abshire, IHS coach Leah Marcantel, Tyler LeJeune (brother) and Mike Hardy (travel ball coach).

Iota softball duo inks national letters of intent

Leah Marcantel has turned out a number of college prospects in a short period of time at the helm of the Iota Lady Bulldogs’ softball program.
And she recently added to that list.

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