Slidell at Northlake Christian 7 p.m.
Higgins at East Jefferson 7 p.m.
Shaw at Washington-Marion 5 p.m.
St. Augustine at Landry-Walker 7:30 p.m.
E.D. White at Vandebilt Catholic 7 p.m.
Independence at Lakeshore 7 p.m.
Thomas Jefferson at Hannan 6 p.m.
St. Thomas Aquinas at De La Salle 7 p.m.
Karr at John Curtis 7 p.m.
Bonnabel at Shaw 6 p.m.
St. Martin’s at Haynes 7 p.m.
Parkview Baptist at Fontainebleau 12:30 p.m.
Northshore at Mt. Hermon 3:30 p.m.
Walker at Northshore 5 p.m.
John Ehret at Rummel 3:30 p.m.
Division I, District 4
Megan Zulli, Sr., Fontainebleau; Hailey Kirkpatrick, Jr., Northshore; Sidney Sziber, Sr., Ponchatoula; Madison Heath, Sr., Fontainebleau; Kacie Brandt,Jr., Northshore; Ali LeBlanc, Jr., Mandeville; Ashley Knapps, Sr., Ponchatoula,
MVP: Caroline Hasse, Sr., Mandeville
Coach of the year: Kacie Mule, Fontainebleau
Division I, District 6
Kristen Nuss, Soph., Mount Carmel, Jordan Owens, Sr., Mount Carmel, Ashley Zamjahn, Sr., Dominican, Sophie Miller, Sr., Dominican, Randi De’Armitt, Sr., Chapelle, Ashleigh Madron, Sr., Chapelle, Kaitlyn LaCour, Soph., Chalmette, Dh-Creeion Glapion, Sr.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Jared Roberts made a 41-yard field goal as time expired, and Colorado State overcame a 22-point deficit to beat Washington State 48-45 on Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl.
It was a dramatic comeback to open the bowl season and came as both quarterbacks threw for close to 800 years combined.
With less than 2 minutes left, Colorado State’s Shaquil Barrett forced Cougars running back Jeremiah Laufasa to fumble at the Cougars 33. That set up Kapri Bibbs’ 1-yard run scoring and Donnell Alexander’s two-point conversion that tied it with 33 seconds left.
CHENEY, Wash. — Backup quarterback Connor Frazier scored on a 1-yard run with 17 seconds left to lift Towson to a 35-31 victory over Eastern Washington in a Football Championship Subdivision semifinal game on Saturday in foggy, wet conditions.
Towson (13-2) took over on its 29 with 1:35 left in the game and went 71 yards for the winning points.
Eastern Washington (12-3) got the ball back with 12 seconds left, but Vernon Adams’ first pass was intercepted.
SHREVEPORT — High school football seniors had the experience of practicing in a college-like atmosphere this week, but they got only one quarter of playing time in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game on Saturday in Independence Stadium.
The game’s start was delayed twice because of lightning strikes in the area, and the combination of further lightning strikes, whipping rain and a series of tornado watches led to the game’s cancellation after a scoreless first quarter.
Residents along upper St. Charles Avenue and lower South Carrollton Avenue had long since gotten accustomed to seeing sleek new Regional Transit Authority buses instead of historic streetcars traveling along the two avenues as work continued farther down St. Charles on the streetcar line’s tracks.
In recent weeks, however, came the strange sight of both streetcars and buses operating along the same few miles. The dual system apparently will continue well into 2014.
The confusion all began in early 2011 as the RTA undertook the task of replacing the decades-old wooden cross-ties that support the streetcar tracks.
The New Orleans City Council apparently is ready to take another shot at the challenging task of trying to regulate sound levels around the city, especially in the French Quarter and other entertainment districts.
The council and mayoral administrations have tried more than once before to find a way to keep the noise down, only to run into both legal and practical problems as they sought to balance the interests of residents, club owners and musicians.
An ordinance introduced Thursday under the names of all seven council members will take a new crack at mandating quiet.