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MaxPreps and 2015 Basketball Schedules

The 2015-16 season is here! In case you haven’t heard, MaxPreps is now the Official Statistician and Digital Media Partner for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association. MaxPreps and the LHSAA will be offering a publishing platform across desktop, mobile and tablet that will streamline the process of managing sports information from all member schools. The partnership enables all box score information published on MaxPreps to be automatically provided to the LHSAA for use in managing various initiatives including all LHSAA regular season standings, Power Ratings, statewide statistical leaderboards, post-season brackets, media publications and much more.   Coaches will be…

Honoring Tyrell Cameron

With the recent tragic passing of Tyrell Cameron from Franklin Parish High School, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association is asking that a moment of silence and reflection be held prior to all high school athletic football contests this weekend (9/10 – 9/12) in his honor. Additionally, anyone can donate to the Tyrell Cameron Memorial Fund through Progressive Bank which has seven branches located in Winnsboro, Monroe, West Monroe, Shreveport and Bossier City. All donations will go towards funeral arrangements.

LHSAA Statement on the Death of Franklin Parish High School’s Tyrell Cameron

LHSAA Statement on the Death of Franklin Parish High School's Tyrell Cameron On behalf of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) our deepest sympathies go out to the friends and family of Tyrell Cameron, Franklin Parish High School and the surrounding community in the wake of the recent tragedy. “As a former coach and administrator I have had the unfortunate experience that both Coach Sebren and Principal Gunter are currently enduring. However, as a father of three children, my heart breaks for Tyrell’s family. I cannot imagine their pain,” said Eddie Bonine, LHSAA Executive Director. The LHSAA holds the…

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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…