LAKE CHARLES — While it might not have been likely, it’s become reality.
The Simsboro Tigers will try to keep their dream season alive starting at 2:45 p.m. today as the top-ranked Tigers meet No. 4 Zwolle at Burton Coliseum in the LHSAA Class B boys basketball semifinals at Burton Coliseum in Lake Charles.
It’s not often that a first-year coach leads a team to a Final Four. But these Tigers seem to like overcoming the odds — it’s something they’ve been doing all season long.
Louisiana Tech softball fans will have plenty of opportunities to watch their team in 2015 as the Lady Techsters schedule features 31 home games, including two tournaments and a weekend round robin.
Head coach Mark Montgomery and Co. enter the second year competing in Conference USA, returning five starters and nine letter-winners while welcoming nine newcomers to the program. The season begins with home events during three of the first four weekends of the season as well as a 24-game Conference USA slate.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Louisiana Tech put up a tough fight in its final two matches of the UTA Hilton Invitational, but eventually fell to Abilene Christian in five sets and UT Arlington in four Saturday at College Park Center in Arlington.
EASLEY, S.C. — Louisiana’s District 5 team finally bumped into a road block at the 2010 Big League World Series Monday night.
After cruising through its first three games and eyeing a berth in tonight’s semifinal round of the United States division, the north Louisiana-based squad was a 5-2 victim of the West Regional champions from Thousand Oaks, Calif.
The loss ended the season for Manager Eddie Parkman’s club, which compiled an overall record of 36-6 and going 3-1 in the BLWS.