Louisiana Prep Weekly
How did we get here?
In 1962, a school was formed by the name of John Curtis High School. John Curtis would prove to be a unique addition to the LHSAA for multiple reasons: 1) The school is named after the principal and head football coach, 2) Curtis was highly focused on having success in athletics and 3) They would […]
LHSAA Members Need to Read Their Constitution
The Constitution of the LHSAA states in Article 2.1.5 “their purpose is to preserve the game for the boys and girls and not sacrifice the boys and girls to the game.” Article 2.3” The Association is vitally interested in the welfare of every boy and girl participating in athletic contests. It is for the […]
LHSAA Statement Regarding Baseball Playoffs
The LHSAA released an official statement on the baseball playoffs and we have provided it below: Last night the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) sent out a memo to member-schools concerning the enforcement of rule 10.11.4.6b regarding best two out of three series in the 2nd round of the baseball playoffs. Rule 10.11.4.6b states, […]
Is Your Little Leaguer throwing too much too soon?
Our fiend Dr. Mark Field at the Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic lays out the best practices for youth pitchers on the maximum amount of pitches that should be thrown daily along with the proper amount of rest between outings. Download the chart by clicking the link below and listen to what Dr. Field had to […]
Louisiana Prep Weekly 04.20.16
Cade, Todd and Jimmy recap the LHSAA’s latest Executive Committee meeting by breaking down the new hybrid playoff proposal, that among other points will look to bring both classes 5A and 4A back together. They also discussed Live Oak’s Brett Beard’s letter to LHSAA member principals on the select/non-select debate. Plus BROC’s Mark Field explains the dangers […]