CAIDEN BURSON - Eunice High baseball
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fifth of a 12-story series celebrating LSUE’s baseball and softball national championships.
The Bengals won national championships in 2006, 2008 and 2010 so it seemed logical for LSU Eunice fans to expect another title in 2012 to keep the odd-numbered streak going.
After the 2010 championship, the 2011 team was pushed out of the Region 23 tournament with back-to-back losses to Jones County Junior College.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth of a 12-story series celebrating LSUE’s baseball and softball national championships.
From staff reports
LSU Eunice’s Jaime Gonzales and Ava Jones received big honors in this year's Louisiana Sports Writers Association women's basketball All-Louisiana Team, the association announced on Monday.
Gonzales was named Coach of the Year while Jones earned first-team recognition.
The Bengal duo are the first junior college recipients of the respective awards in the LSWA All-Louisiana team’s history.
Voting was done by Sports Information Directors and selected media members across the state.
Courtesy of McNceese Sports
LAKE CHARLES—Even though the Cowgirls are losing a majority of their scoring and rebounding to graduation, McNeese head women's basketball coach Kacie Cryer and her staff plan to fill those shoes with this year's signing class through the junior college route in order to make an immediate impact in both areas.
Included in the Cowgirl signees is former Sulphur High's Claralee Richard who comes to McNeese via LSUE. Richard's teammate at LSUE, Le'Shenae Stubblefield, will also continue her playing career with the Cowgirls.