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 competed against Dutchtown on the 12th. While they lost 18-9, John Cador bowled a 256, 236, and 191, William McNeil bowled a 253, and Aubrey Bratkowski bowled a 170.

Four Panther bowlers, Aubrey Bratkowski, Henry Bratkowski, John Cador, and Keylen Sonnier, made it to the state playoffs in singles competition. 

Next up for Bowling: The four Panther bowlers will be in action on Friday, April 5th at All-Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.  


The Panther tennis teams played Zachary to a tie on the 13th. Both boys’ and girls’ teams ended 2-2. Miriam Lindsay & Krystel Amo won their girls’ second court doubles match 6-1, 6-0, and the team of Caitlyn Gruse & Malaiya Johnson won their third court doubles match 8-4.

For the boys, Levi Lindsay won his first court singles match 7-6 (7-3), 7-5, and the team of Sam Marino & Jacob Aime won their first court doubles match 6-3, 6-1.

Next up for Tennis: The Panther tennis teams will play Parkview on the 18th and Denham Springs on the 21st. Both games will be at Highland Road Tennis Center starting at 3 pm.


Our track team competed in a JV meet at Baton Rouge High on the 12th. Junior Jordan Barner came in 3rd in the boys’ 200 meter, sophomore Liam Dowdy came in 3rd in the boys’ 1600 meter and first in the 3200 meter, and freshman Charge Johnson placed second in the 3200. 

Juniors Kyren Winn and Dwayne Beverly placed first and second in the boys’ shot put, respectively. Beverly placed first in the discus, while freshman James Frake came in second. Juniors Brennan Lamotte (1st), Jordan Barner (2nd), and Darius Parker (3rd) placed in the javelin. 

Freshman Jaleyia Woods placed first in the girls’ 200 meter race and the 400 meter race. Sophomore Mellody St. Luce placed second in the 400. Freshman Journey Brown came second in the 800 meters.

Sophomore Brianna Graham placed second in the girls’ shot put, first in the javelin, and first in discus. 

On the 14th, the team competed at Zachary. Our 4×100 relay team (Tyler Knox, Jay’Cob Jolla, Couren Norman, Cayden Randall) came in second place, and our 4×200 relay team (Couren Norman, Jay’Cob Jolla, Darius Chesterfield, Cayden Randall) came in first.  

Alex Collins placed third in the boys’ shot put, Khamory Gipson placed first in the boys’ discus, and D’Kobe Chesterfield placed third in the boys’ javelin. 

Mellody St. Luce broke the modern Woodlawn girls’ 800 meter record by 2 seconds with a 2:34. Junior Amijah Price also placed third in the girls’ javelin. 

All times and distances can be found at https://www.athletic.net/team/18332/track-and-field-outdoor/2024

Next up for Track: Our track team will host the LA National Guard Woodlawn Invitational on the 21st. Events will start at 3 pm. 


On the 11th, the Panthers unfortunately fell to Holden in a hard-fought game that ended in a score of 14-13. On the 12th, the team rallied to a near shutout against McKinley 21-1. 

In their game against East Iberville on the 16th, the Panthers faced defeat again in a 7-4 loss. 

Next up for Baseball: Our baseball team will play 4 games this week, 1 at home and 3 away. The Panthers will host Maurepas on the 18th at 4 pm. The team will also travel to French Settlement (6:30 pm start) on the 20th, Slaughter Community Charter (5 pm start) on the 22nd, and Family Christian Academy on the 23rd (2:30 pm start).


Our softball team played Glen Oaks in a double header on the 12th, and dominated both games. The first game ended with a score of 16-1 after a 3rd inning run rule. Freshman Kinsey Madison hit her first home run and junior pitcher Amy Kirk had 7 strikeouts. 

The second game also ended 16-0 after a 3 inning run rule. Junior Lacie Sierra hit her first home run of the season and Amy Kirk pitched 8 strikeouts.

In a double header against East Iberville on the 14th, the Lady Panthers brought home two more wins. The first game was a shutout 16-0. Amy Kirk led the mound with 7 strikeouts. Amy Kirk and Rachelle McDowell hit 3 RBI’s at bat. The second game ended 24-9. Zyriah Williams, Lacie Sierra, and Kinsley Madison hit home runs and Aerion Lange hit a triple. 

Next up for Softball: The Lady Panthers will travel to Zachary on the 18th for a game that starts at 6 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.