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Hawks rising: Hannan volleyball eager for return trip to the Pontchartrain Center

Saturday, 29 August 2015 11:43 Written by
Coaching a young team can be tricky. Coaching the Hannan volleyball team is a different story. Such is the job for Rebekka Bonnaffee, who's tasked with coaching not only a young collection of talent, but a group that turned some heads by advancing to the Division IV state quarterfinals a season ago.
Jarvis Landry a breakout player for Dolphins, in fantasy football Featured
Saturday, 29 August 2015 11:15 Written by
After an impressive rookie campaign, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is on the verge of a breakout season in 2015. Former LSU football star Jarvis Landry appears to have become the go-to receiver for the Miami Dolphins, and a breakout season could be on the way. After the 2014 season, leading receiver Mike Wallace was traded to the Minnesota Vikings and Brian Hartline signed elsewhere during free agency. This left Landry as quarterback Ryan…
Joe Vitt: Bond between Saints, fans after Katrina may be unmatched in sports Featured
Saturday, 29 August 2015 11:06 Written by
Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-PicayunePreviously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ersIowa native and University of Iowa graduateFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentMETAIRIE, La. -- Joe Vitt is a man of few words. And when the New Orleans Saints' assistant head coach was thrust in front of the media the other day in place of head coach Sean Payton, he tried to rip through his answers and…
8 Unsung Sports Heroes from Hurricane Katrina
Saturday, 29 August 2015 10:41 Written by
The oldest public high school in the city sustained $200,000 worth of damages from Katrina’s floodwaters, lost all of its equipment and saw its enrollment of 1,300 students cut in half. But Costa, who has worked at Easton since 1968 and was athletic director at the time, solicited donations from all over the nation and worked tirelessly to keep things together.
Under Andrew Beyer's leadership, St. Scholastica claims 'this is the year'
Saturday, 29 August 2015 10:16 Written by
"This is the year" has been a war cry at St. Scholastica the last couple of years, but championship expectations have fallen in the semifinals each of the past two postseasons. Playoff shortcomings have led a change at head coach.
FEATURE-Like New Orleans, second-line parades struggle but survive Featured
Saturday, 29 August 2015 10:06 Written by
By Edward McAllister NEW ORLEANS, Aug 29 (Reuters) - It is fitting that the "second line" parade, a central pillar of New Orleans African-American musical tradition, is playing a prominent role in the events marking the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago. Like New Orleans, the marching brass bands and the colorful crowds they attract are survivors whose status is more celebrated than ever: a parade on Saturday in the blighted Lower Ninth…
Saints QB Drew Brees Walks Home from Practice with Full Pads, Orders Food on Way Featured
Saturday, 29 August 2015 09:40 Written by
Drew Brees is just a normal dude. After the New Orleans Saints finished up practice on Friday night, the star QB decided to skip the wheels and lace up his Nikes. The 36-year-old walked home from the Tulane campus, where the Saints have been practicing this preseason. During the hour walk home, Brees got a little hungry and even ordered a Jimmy John's sandwich on the way. Got my Jimmy Johns on the way home…
Can LSU reach the CFP? Our picks for the 2015 college football season
Saturday, 29 August 2015 09:34 Written by
The college football season kicks off in less than a week when Tulane and QB Tanner Lee take on Duke Thursday Sept. 3 at 8:30 at Yulman Stadium. LSU follows with its home opener against McNeese State Saturday, Sept. 5.
Division IV champion Pope John Paul II believes repeating is within its grasp
Saturday, 29 August 2015 09:10 Written by
Bailee Maillet can remember a time not so long ago when people hadn't even heard of Pope John Paul II, let alone the volleyball team. Naturally, that was before the title run. Last year, following the blueprint set by the girl's soccer team, the volleyball team help put Pope John Paul II on the map with a dominant playoff run culminating in a Division IV state championship.
Al’Dontre Davis scores 3 TDs over 75 yards in Lutcher win over Destrehan: Video Highlights
Saturday, 29 August 2015 09:10 Written by
Lutcher receiver Al’Dontre Davis and quarterback Jontre Kirklin picked up right where they left off in last year’s Ed Reed River Parishes Jamboree at Wildcat Stadium. In 2014, the then-sophomore duo hooked up for a 98-yard touchdown in a 21-13 loss to Destrehan and Friday connected for scores of 78 and 81 yards in a 26-21 victory over the Wildcats.
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