High School Sports

Notre Dame’s senior female student athletes that were recently honored at the school’s Athletic Banquet in Rayne include, first row from left, Anna Ledet, Bethany Cramer, Ali LeBlanc, Megan Maloz, Kennedy Smith, Bailey Thevis, Breann Vincent, Anna Claire Gossen, Catherine Gonzales, Hannah Hazlett; second row, Leeann Gray, Taylor Faul, Catherine Cramer, Maddie Danna, Jaquelyn Broussard, Mary Kate Bourgeois, Natalie Miller, Lacey Castille, Marcella Gossen, Brookelyn Owens, Maria Brown, Abbey Higginbotham; third row, Sophie Robichaux, Tori Cates, Lauren Ponthie, Madeline Richard, Megan Thibodeaux, Mary Leonards, Aubrey Leonards, Maddie Cassedy, Elise Landry, Melisse Gossen, Emily Zaunbrecher, Jackie Richey and Alyssa Williams.

Notre Dame’s senior male student athletes that were recently honored at the school’s Athletic Banquet in Rayne include, first row from left, Bailey LeLeux, Waylon Bourgeois, Jack Link, Mitchell Fruge, John Harrington, Will Veillon, Garret Bergeron, Collin Brouillette, Hayden Reiners, Garrett Cormier; second row, Konnor Broussard, John Hoffpauir, David Schmid, Zac Miller, Nicholas Venable, Cam Nelson, Joe Ware, Jack Monceaux, Abram Broussard, Jakob Didier, Anders Fontenot, Peter Nguyen, Alex Foreman, Patrick Cormier, Collin Kirsch, Josh LeBlanc, J.T. Swacker, Kyle Lyons, Gentry Borill, Cole Zaunbrecher, Nolan Olinger, Alex Gardiner, Alec Brouillette, Cam Russell, Chad Chaisson, Jett Miller, Landon Meche, Ethan Lowery and Thomas Stevens.

Notre Dame honors seniors at Athletic Banquet

St. Thomas Aquinas’s Alex Egan kneels down in agony as the Notre Dame Pioneers celebrate their 6-4 victory over the Falcons Saturday in the Division III state championship game at Sulphur’s McMurry Park.

STA’s appeal on pitch count in title game denied

The Notre Dame Pios claimed their third state baseball championship in the school’s history on Saturday with a thrilling 6-4 nine-inning victory over St. Thomas Aquinas.

Iota’s Brett Spell fires a pitch to the plate Saturday during the Bulldogs’ 7-2 loss to Berwick in the Class 3A finals at Sulphur’s McMurry Park.

Iota’s magical run ends with loss to Berwick in title game

There was hardly a dry eye anywhere near the Iota Bulldogs dugout Saturday evening.
Some Iota players knelt with bowed heads, hands covering their anguished faces.

Notre Dame celebrates Saturday after claiming the Division III state baseball championship with a 6-4 nine-inning victory over the St. Thomas Aquinas Falcons at Sulphur’s McMurry Park.

Pios rally past St. Thomas Aquinas for D-III title

It took the Notre Dame Pios a while to get settled in Saturday in their Division III state championship game against No. 1 seed St. Thomas Aquinas at McMurry Park.

Iota’s Hunter Wriborg fires a pitch to the plate Thursday during the Bulldogs’ 3-0 Class 3A semifinal victory over Brusly at Sulphur’s McMurry Park.

Wriborg pitches Iota to title game

With a handful of arms to choose from, Iota coach Leonard Cloud pondered who to go with in the Bulldogs’ first ever semifinal appearance.


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