The Sacred Heart Trojans will take their 4-4 record on the road to Bastrop as they take on Beekman Charter. This game is a fill-in game for Pointe Coupee Central, which was recently shut down because it was a failing school.
The Ville Platte High Bulldogs went into last week’s game against second-ranked Livonia hoping to sneak past the heavily favored Wildcats. Even though the 21-0 score did not favor the Bulldogs, Livonia came out of the game knowing they had just been through a war.
Mamou Lower Elementary School students recently completed this fall’s six-week Prime Time Family Reading Program that gets students and their families involved in reading together at home.
In one of the wildest games in Sacred Heart history, the Trojans gave every ounce of energy and pride in a heartbreaking loss to Catholic of Pointe Coupee at Soileau-Landry field by a score of 55-51. Both teams combined for almost 1,100 yards of total offense in the game.
Ville Platte High came into this district game Friday night like giants after beating division foes Port Barre and Pine Prairie in consecutive weeks. Livonia came into the game as royals of Class 2A. The Wildcats are state runners-up from a year ago and are ranked first in the current polls.