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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 next meeting in April. 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…

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.

2017 Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame Class Announced

It is no secret that coaches are the driving force behind high school sports in Louisiana. So it is only appropriate for a group of coaches who distinguished themselves in unique ways to make up the Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame induction class for 2017. B.J. Guzzardo, who won a state championship as a coach at Kentwood and is a long-time assistant executive director of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, helps headline the group. Football coaches Roman Bates Jr., Tim Detillier, Don Jones, Bucky Mistretta and Jimmy Shaver also are part of the group that will be…

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Let’s Move in High School!

I’m sure we all can remember a time in our lives when the best part about the school day was recess – it was a time for running, jumping, playing on the playground and just being active with our friends! Unfortunately, statistics show that only one in about three children nowadays is considered to be active each day. Research also indicates that kids who are active do better in school and every day activities. Better test scores, improved attendance and better behavior in class are all byproducts of those who are more active. It’s not too late to start moving more no matter how old we are! We encourage all of our student athletes and the students at our member…