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2018-19 LHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

We are pleased to announce that the following students have been nominated and selected to serve on the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2018-2019 school year: SCHOOL CLASS STUDENT Benton 4A Kobi Crayton Airline 5A Avery Meeks Forest B Kinley Smith Ouachita Parish 5A Zachary Shaw Holy Savior Menard 2A Anderson DeWitt Lacassine B Natalie Clemmons DeRidder 4A Chadwick “Chip” Menard Lake Arthur 2A Deonna Brister Gueydan 1A Rebekah Lepretre St. John School 1A Madison Young University High School 3A Ellie Russo St. Thomas Aquinas 2A Caroline Eschete Holden B Emma Hutchinson Mandeville 5A Elizabeth Latiolais Metairie Park Country Day 2A Elizabeth Rogers Patrick F. Taylor 2A Myles Mackie

LHSAA Healthcare Bid

We are currently taking bids to become the Official Healthcare Provider of the LHSAA (Below are all the necessary forms for the submittal process) 2018 LHSAA Healthcare Provider RFP | Proposal Cover Sheet | Provider Key Contacts

Injury Prevention in the Overhead Athlete

Coaches, players, parents (baseball, softball, QB's, and volleyball) - this Friday and Saturday (Dec. 15-16), Tulane University will be hosting a lectureship on "Injury Prevention in the Overhead Athlete" in the Yulman Stadium’s Multi-Purpose Room on Tulane University Campus This lecture will be FREE to coaches, athletes, and parents; $85 for Physicians; $50 for Allied Health. The Keynote Speaker will be Ben Kibler MD, FACSM | Lexington Sports Medicine, Lexington, Ky. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit via Tulane University. Click HERE for all the details

LHSAA Compliance/Investigative Team Technology Summit

The LHSAA hosted a Technology Summit for the Compliance/Investigative Team on Thursday, Aug. 10. Executive director, Mr. Eddie Bonine shared that these compliance officers are “integral to what we do...” The team also “ensures that [LHSAA] member schools are doing what they are supposed to do…as it comes to forms, clearing some athletes to participate so that across our state, we have a consistency for eligibility rules that makes the athletes in all of our sports eligible.” Mr. Bonine began the meeting by introducing new members of the LHSAA staff and then acquainted the compliance/investigative team to their new Samsung Galaxy tablets. “We’re going to work smarter, versus harder,” Mr. Bonine shared. The tablets “are a one stop shop” and…

Celebrating the LHSAA Winter State Champions

The sun is out. Flowers are blooming. Grass is greener. Birds are singing. Today marks the first day of spring, and this past weekend the LHSAA wrapped up its winter sports season at the conclusion of five consecutive weeks. After six different championship events, let's celebrate 49 state championship teams from all across Louisiana. The stretch from mid-February through mid-March is a magical time for high school sports in Louisiana. It’s exhausting for those involved, but almost every day we are celebrating someone new on a statewide level. The Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA Wrestling State Tournament led things off as 11,000+ people filled the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City on February 10-11. Divisions II and III saw repeat champions in Teurlings…

Zurich Classic and the Fore!Kids Foundation: LHSAA Flood Relief Opportunity

To: LHSAA Member School Principals, Athletic Directors, and Coaches From: Mitch Small, LHSAA Director of Marketing Subject: LHSAA Flood Relief Opportunity Good Afternoon All, This past November the Fore!Kids Foundation in conjunction with the Zurich Classic of New Orleans donated funds to the LHSAA that was used to cover the cost of the State Cross Country Meet timing system. This started a relationship between the foundation and the Zurich Classic which is the New Orleans Open, a PGA Tour golf event. We have been contacted by the Zurich Classic and the Fore!Kids Foundation and given the opportunity to participate in their “PGA TOUR Volunteer Challenge.” This program allows anyone to vote online for the charity of your choice and provides…

Marsh Madness Television Schedule

Cox Sports Television (CST) will broadcast the Class 3A, Class 4A, Class 5A and Division I finals from both the 2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA Girls' and Boys' Basketball State Championships. An affiliate map and channel listings for CST can be found HERE. Girls' Marsh Madness Class 3A - Albany vs. South Beauregard Sunday, March 12 at 2pm Monday, March 13 at 4pm Wednesday, March 22 at 1pm Saturday, March 25 at 2pm Wednesday, March 29 at 2pm Class 4A - Salmen vs. AJ Ellender Sunday, March 12 at 4pm Monday, March 13 at 6pm Wednesday, March 22 at 3pm Class 5A - Destrehan vs. Barbe Sunday, March 12 at 8pm Tuesday, March 14 at 12pm Wednesday, March 22 at 7pm…

Request For Proposals (RFP) for LHSAA State Championships Venues

If your organization is interested in submitting a bid, please select the respective sport link below. All proposals shall be reviewed and analyzed by the LHSAA staff and if needed, a site visit by LHSAA staff to the facility will be arranged. The LHSAA administration will make a recommendation to the Executive Committee during their June meeting. You will be notified the exact day and time to make your ten (10) minute presentation.   It is critical you reference all topics in the invitation to bid documents when preparing your proposal. How you plan to manage your areas of responsibility, how the facility will be operated, personnel assignments, identifying those that will work directly with the LHSAA staff, and revenue sharing…

2017 Boys’ Basketball Bracket Release Has Been Postponed

An LHSAA member school is appealing the decision of the Executive Director as it pertains to a decision made for a forfeiture and suspension of athletes. The next steps for appeal are an LHSAA Sportsmanship Hearing with potential for an emergency appeal to the LHSAA Executive Committee immediately following. This said, the tournament brackets for Boys' Basketball will not be released until this is resolved. Your patience is appreciated.

Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA Prep Classic Recap – Classes 1A-5A

The Logansport Tigers won their second ever state title 34-28 over Haynesville. QB Dalton Shaw threw a 14-yard TD pass to Joe Caraway with only 24 seconds left to stun the Golden Tornado after a furious 4th quarter rally. The Tigers outscored the defending state champs 28-0 in the final frame after trailing 28-6. Head Coach Kevin Magee completed a stunning turnaround at his alma mater after taking over a 2-9 team just three years ago. Magee led Logansport to their only other state championship as the starting QB in 1995. Not to be outdone in dramatics, Sterlington took down the undefeated Chargers of Madison Prep with a late goal line stand. Down 28-21, Madison Prep’s Tyrese Walker scampered in…

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