Each week the Panther Play by Play will review the athletic contests from the previous week and look forward to the coming week’s action.

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Our bowling team fell in their match versus East Ascension last Thursday by the score of 20-7. The Panthers are now 4-2 on the season

Next up for Bowling:  Our bowling team’s next match is against St. Amant on the 26th. All matches will be bowled at All Star Lanes beginning at 3:15 pm.

Girls’ Basketball

The Lady Panthers secured an amazing win over Northwood-Shreveport 71-38 on the 19th. This playoff win advanced the girls to the quarterfinals, where they played St. Scholastica on the 22nd. The team dominated in an impressive win 64-42, moving them forward to the semifinals. 

Next up for Girls’ Basketball: For the first time in program history, the Lady Panthers will play in the Division I Select semifinals! They will travel to Hammond on the 29th to play Huntington.

Boys’ Basketball

The Panthers ended their season first round playoff game against Brother Martin on the 23rd. Though they lost 61-42, the team pushed until the very end. Their tenacity and resilience was clearly demonstrated on the court. 


On the 19th, the team played St. Amant at Highland Road Park. The boys’ team tied 2-2, with Levi Lindsay winning his singles match (6-1, 6-2), and the team of Sam Marino & Jacob Aime winning their doubles match 1-6, 7-6 (7-5), and 1-0 (10-5).

The girls’ team fell 1-4, but the doubles team of Wesley Porter & Kailyn Lebrun won their first ever match (6-1, 6-1). 

On the 21st, the varsity team played Central. While the boys ultimately lost 2-1, Levi Lindsay defeated his first court singles opponent 2 sets to 1. 

The girls’ team defeated Central 3-0. All three doubles teams won 2-0 – Lily Ingalls & Amelie Lemaire on 1st court, Miriam Lindsay & Krystel Amo on second court, and Bella Winter & Kate Russell on 3rd court.

Next up for Tennis: The Panther tennis teams will play Live Oak on the 26th and Baton Rouge High on the 28th. Both matches will be played at Forest Park Tennis Center starting at 3 pm.


Our Panthers have been preparing for the opening meet of the season, which will be held on February 28th at Brusly.

Next up for Track: Outdoor track season will begin with meets at Brusly on the 28th.


In their season opener on the 19th, the Panthers were unfortunately defeated by Walker High School 14-1. On Tuesday, the team battled to an ultimate loss to East Iberville 5-1. 

On the 22nd, the Panthers rallied for a 9-8 win against Slaughter Community Charter, but faced defeat again on Saturday as they lost 12-8 to Independence. 

Next up for Baseball: The Panthers will travel to Ascension Christian on the 26th and then host Family Christian on the 29th. Both games begin at 3:30 pm. On March 1st, the team will travel to Independence High for a game beginning at 5:30 pm. 


Games on the 20th and 22nd were both postponed for the Lady Panthers. 

Next up for Softball: Our softball team will host Madison Prep and Ben Franklin next Tuesday and Wednesday. Both games will be at 4 pm.


Our Powerlifting team hosted the LHSPLA Girls East Regional Powerlifting Meet on the 24th. For the first time in program history, the girls were declared the East Regional Champions. 

The team had 4 lifters that finished in first place – Katelyn Reed (97 lb), Krystel Amo (105 lb) Jadyn Barner (114 lb), and Amy Kirk (165 lb). 

There were 2 second place finishers – Kennedi Kullman (97 lbs) and Aerion Lange (SHW). Lacie Sierra finished third in the 132 pound weight class as well. 

The team also brought home the Lightweight (Jadyn Barner) and Heavyweight (Amy Kirk) Best Lifter awards. 

Next up for Powerlifting: The state powerlifting meet will take place March 22-23 at the Cajundome in Lafayette.