The "Trilogy," a trio of games pitting John Curtis, Edna Karr, and St. Augustine against one another, finally wrapped up over the weekend with St. Augustine stunning John Curtis in the final minute. After months of hyped anticipation, the series did not disappoint, as each game came down to the very end and the stars shined on both sides of the ball. Rarely does this much talent come together on field, which really speaks to the depth of Louisiana prep football.
The chairman of West Jefferson Medical Center said Fridaythat he opposes parting ways with East Jefferson General Hospital in theJefferson Parish hospitals lease deal. That puts him at odds with EastJefferson hospital officials, who want the Parish Council to allow a split ifthe two-hospital lease is not awarded to Hospital Corp. of America.
Harry "Chip" Cahill, whose West Jefferson board favorsleasing both hospitals to Louisiana Children's Medical Center, said he thinks theNew Orleans area can support only two big hospital systems.