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 19-8. The Panthers are now 4-3 on the season.

Next up for Bowling: Our bowling team’s next match is against Baton Rouge High on the 5th. They will also compete against Denham Springs on the 6th. All matches will be bowled at All Star Lanes beginning at 3:15 pm.

Girls’ Basketball

For the first time in program history, the Lady Panthers went to the state championship! They first traveled to Hammond on the 29th to play Huntington in the semifinals and achieved an amazing 71-58 win. 

Junior Amijah Price had 33 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals. Sophomore Mariah Scott has 13 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals. 

In the finals on Saturday, the team played John Curtis Christian. While they ultimately lost 60-46, the Lady Panthers accomplished what no other Lady Panther basketball team has been able to accomplish in Woodlawn’s history. Congratulations to Coach Dedeaux and the team!


The Panther tennis teams played Live Oak on the 26th. The girls lost 4 matches to 2 and the boys lost 3 matches to 1. The doubles team of Lily Ingalls & Amelie Lemaire won 6-2, 6-0, while Miriam LIndsay & Krystel Amo won 6-2, 6-1. Levi Lindsay won his singles match 6-1, 6-0. 

On the 28th, the teams played Baton Rouge High. The girls ultimately lost 0-5, while our boys lost 1-3. However, Levi Lindsay won his singles match 6-0, 6-1.

Next up for Tennis: The Panther tennis teams will play St. Michaels on the 4th at Highland Road Tennis Center (3 pm), Parkview on the 6th at The Legacy at Bonne Esperance (3 pm), and Live Oak on the 8th at LSU (2:30 pm). 


Our track team began their outdoor season with a boys’ second place win at Brusly on the 28th. Liam Dowdy finished first in the boys’ 3200 meter race, Lillie Allen came in 2nd in the girls’ pole vault, Alex Collins placed first in the boys’ shot put, and Brianna Graham placed 2nd in the girls’ shot put. 

Additionally, D’kobe Chesterfield placed second in the boys’ javelin, our 4×400 relay team came in first (D’kobe Chesterfield, Couren Norman, Kydell Miner, and Darius Chesterfield), and Khamory Gipson came in 1st place in the boys’ discus. 

Next up for Track: Our track team will host a JV meet on the 6th starting at 2:30 pm. On the 7th, they will travel to Baton Rouge High to compete in the Clarence Antoine Relays.


The Panthers traveled to Ascension Christian on the 26th for their only game last week, and got hit hard by a 21-8 loss. 

Next up for Baseball: The Panthers will host Madison Prep on the 5th beginning at 3:30 pm. On March 7th, the team will travel to Port Allen High for a game beginning at 5 pm. On Saturday the 9th, the team will play White Castle at home at noon.


Our softball team dominated Madison Prep on the 27th, winning by run rule in 5 innings with a score of 11 to 1. Amy Kirk was on the mound and hit a triple, Kinsley Madison hit a double, and many other players hit singles.

On the 29th, the team did it again against Ben Franklin by winning in 4 innings with a run rule of 20-5.  Amy Kirk hit a grand slam and a triple, Aerion Lange hit a homerun, and Brooklyn Potter hit a triple. The team is on a 3-game winning streak and working hard toward having an undefeated season. 

Next up for Softball: Our softball team will host Liberty on the 5th and Broadmoor on the 6th, both games beginning at 4 pm. The team will then travel to play Baker High on the 7th at 4 pm.


Our Powerlifting Team has continued to prep for the state powerlifting meet, which will be held on March 22nd and 23rd in Lafayette.

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