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GeauxBroke
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
“Outbreak”


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lsu31always
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Defending 4a champ Peabody hit with violations. They have to forfeit 20 games and will miss the playoffs


chalmetteowl
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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Jesuit is done until the playoffs with their second outbreak.

a lot of teams made sure they didn’t play this week to guard against having to miss their first round playoff game due to COVID


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chalmetteowl
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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Defending 4a champ Peabody hit with violations. They have to forfeit 20 games and will miss the playoffs

read the article and have a question... does Peabody still have an attendance zone despite being open enrollment?


lsu31always
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Think it was more they didn't sit out a year.



Eta: Jesuit and Holy Cross are actually playing tonight to continue their rivalry
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LABred08
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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read the article and have a question... does Peabody still have an attendance zone despite being open enrollment?


Yes, all Rapides high schools do but they are not in effect for kids entering 9th grade, only if you attempt to transfer after.

The kids went to Tioga Jr High as 8th graders and came to Peabody as freshmen, according to the story that's fine within the parish but by LHSAA rule, the kids are out of zone so the should only play Frreshmen or JV, no Varsity. Even though they didn't play all the games, they were in the book so we forfeit all of them.

I hate it for the kids and I hate it cause I know after Buddy the assistant coach died last week from Covid, they were gonna make a run for him. He was a great guy, loved the program and the kids. Longtime nurse over at Central State Hospital, caring for tbe mentally ill, where I met him as coworkers for a few years. Technicalities smh.


chalmetteowl
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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The kids went to Tioga Jr High as 8th graders and came to Peabody as freshmen, according to the story that's fine within the parish but by LHSAA rule, the kids are out of zone so the should only play Frreshmen or JV, no Varsity. Even though they didn't play all the games, they were in the book so we forfeit all of them.
y’all should appeal. Ask the LHSAA what it thinks yalls zone is

And also I don’t recall being in the book=participating in a game. Is that a new standard now
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lsu31always
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
It is the standard since that determines who is eligible to play in the game.


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LABred08
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
I doubt they do. Smith never seemed liked that guy to me. But now they have major motivation next year and while all of 4A will be rebuilding we will have a young but veteran team. Could be another run over the next few years.

However, I would love to know where the kids lived because those 2 zones have been an issue since 2000 and every redraw after. Tioga, should not have kids zoned from the Alexandria side of the river and definitely not blocks from Peabody. If its still like that, shame on the school board for trying to keep Tioga relevant in size when based on location they should be 2A or 3A like Buckeye.


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JJ27
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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probably for 1A or B


Anacoco is B and they beat West Monroe by 11 earlier this year. Basketball is different. Small schools can play with the big boys much more than in football.
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theenemy
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Boys brackets are released.

LINK
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chalmetteowl
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
CLASS 5A

First Round

No. 32 Lafayette (9-6) at No. 1 Natchitoches Central (19-1)
No. 31 Thibodaux (10-12) at No. 2 West Monroe (17-3)
No. 30 Comeaux (13-6) at No. 3 Zachary (21-6)
No. 29 Southwood (12-12) at No. 4 Hahnville (18-3)
No. 28 Hammond (11-9) at No. 5 Bonnabel (17-5)
No. 27 Parkway (10-7) at No. 6 New Iberia (23-7)
No. 26 Chalmette (17-11) at No. 7 Alexandria (23-8)
No. 25 Sulphur (15-7) at No. 8 Captain Shreve (19-7)
No. 24 Fontainebleau (16-8) at No. 9 Slidell (19-8)
No. 23 East Jefferson (17-9) at No. 10 Ouachita (12-9)
No. 22 Benton (19-8) at No. 11 Northshore (19-11)
No. 21 Barbe (11-4) at No. 12 Central-Baton Rouge (19-6)
No. 20 Woodlawn-Baton Rouge (17-6) at No. 13 East Ascension (11-12)
No. 19 Ruston (16-6) at No. 14 East St. John (22-7)
No. 18 Ponchatoula (15-14) at No. 15 Walker (17-9)
No. 17 Southside (14-11) at No. 16 St. Amant (19-5)

CLASS 4A
First Round

No. 32 Warren Easton (8-15) at No. 1 George Washington Carver (25-1)
No. 31 Rayne (6-11) at No. 2 McMain (18-5)
No. 30 Bastrop (7-17) at No. 3 Woodlawn-Shreve (24-2)
No. 29 Broadmoor (11-13) at No. 4 Neville (13-8)
No. 28 South Terrebonne (7-11) at No. 5 Huntington (11-5)
No. 27 Franklin Parish (6-6) at No. 6 Ellender (21-5)
No. 26 DeRidder (13-9) at No. 7 Washington-Marion (23-5)
No. 25 Livonia (11-11) at No. 8 Lakeshore (22-2
No. 24 South Lafourche (8-6) at No. 9 Westgate (12-9)
No. 23 Tara (7-15) at No. 10 Plaquemine (16-9)
No. 22 Tioga (15-15) at No. 11 Edna Karr (15-13)
No. 21 Assumption (11-12) at No. 12 Landry-Walker (15-12)
No. 20 Belle Chasse (13-9) at No. 13 Helen Cox (12-9)
No. 19 Northside (15-18) at No. 14 Salmen (11-8)
No. 18 Beau Chene (15-11) at No. 15 BTW-Shreve (13-10)
No. 17 Eunice (13-8) at No. 16 Cecilia (13-13)

CLASS 3A
First Round

No. 32 Bogalusa (9-11) at No. 1 Madison Prep (19-3)
No. 31 McDonogh 35 (9-9) at No. 2 Wossman (22-2)
No. 30 Sterlington (9-14) at No. 3 Sophie B. Wright (16-7)
No. 29 Lake Charles College Prep (9-13) at No. 4 Carroll (19-7)
No. 28 Glen Oaks (15-8) at No. 5 Bossier (16-9)
No. 27 Brusly (12-11) at No. 6 Ville Platte (18-5)
No. 26 Buckeye (15-7) at No. 7 South Beauregard (16-7)
No. 25 Iota (16-8) at No. 8 BTW-New Orleans (13-8)
No. 24 Frederick Douglass (14-6) at No. 9 Patterson (21-8)
No. 23 Northwest (15-8) at No. 10 Marksville (22-10)
No. 22 Donaldsonville (8-7) at No. 11 St. Martinville (19-9)
No. 21 Caldwell Parish (15-9) at No. 12 Crowley (14-4)
No. 20 Westlake (7-9) at No. 13 Iowa (14-7)
No. 19 Baker (14-8) at No. 14 Richwood (9-11)
No. 18 Lutcher (12-4) at No. 15 Union Parish (14-6)
No. 17 Mansfield (11-9) at No. 16 Jennings (9-7)

CLASS 2A
First Round

No. 32 Welsh (7-18) at No. 1 Rayville (20-2)
No. 31 South Plaquemines (3-16) at No. 2 Port Allen (13-7)
No. 30 Pickering (6-11) at No. 3 Many (14-2)
No. 29 DeQuincy (6-9) at No. 4 Doyle (22-8)
No. 28 Varnado (9-7) at No. 5 Franklin (24-4)
No. 27 Northeast (5-13) at No. 6 Lakeview (18-6)
No. 26 Amite (10-16) at No. 7 Red River (10-8)
No. 25 North Caddo (10-15) at No. 8 Rapides (15-5)
No. 24 Avoyelles Charter (9-16) at No. 9 Morris Jeff (20-5)
No. 23 St. Helena (15-13) at No. 10 Winnfield (11-6)
No. 22 Sarah Reed (12-17) at No. 11 Madison (11-5)
No. 21 Capitol (11-12) at No. 12 West St. Mary (15-9)
No. 20 Mangham (6-7) at No. 13 French Settlement (21-7)
No. 19 Delcambre (18-8) at No. 14 East Feliciana (14-5)
No. 18 Avoyelles (13-12) at No. 15 Jonesboro-Hodge (8-5)
No. 17 Vinton (13-5) at No. 16 Oakdale (14-9)

CLASS 1A
First Round

No. 1 North Central (19-4), bye
No. 2 Elton (17-3), bye
No. 3 White Castle (19-7), bye
No. 4 Arcadia (15-1), bye
No. 5 Oak Grove (9-3), bye
No. 6 Delhi (12-10), bye
No. 7 Northwood-Lena (14-9), bye
No. 8 Tensas (9-5), bye
No. 24 East Beauregard (4-17) at No. 9 Grand Lake (11-5)
No. 23 Plain Dealing (1-12) at No. 10 Homer (9-11)
No. 22 West St. John (1-20) at No. 11 Merryville (12-10)
No. 21 Delta Charter (4-11) at No. 12 Block (9-6)
No. 20 Oberlin (6-10) at No. 13 Logansport (6-8)
No. 19 Lincoln Prep (5-12) at No. 14 East Iberville (5-10)
No. 18 Montgomery (6-9) at No. 15 Ringgold (11-14)
No. 17 Centerville (6-13) at No. 16 Sicily Island (3-9)

CLASS B
First Round

No. 1 Anacoco (33-2), bye
No. 2 Simsboro (21-2), bye
No. 3 Hathaway (22-5), bye
No. 4 Doyline (13-0), bye
No. 5 JS Clark (19-9), bye
No. 6 Fairview (17-9), bye
No. 7 Zwolle (17-7), bye
No. 8 Pitkin (21-8), bye
No. 24 Weston (9-19) at No. 9 Negreet (19-11)
No. 23 Stanley (10-13) at No. 10 Saline (8-8)
No. 22 Dodson (8-10) at No. 11 Quitman (16-6)
No. 21 Midland (13-23) at No. 12 Holden (15-12)
No. 20 Florien (10-19) at No. 13 Mt. Hermon (10-11)
No. 19 Converse (9-10) at No. 14 Choudrant (14-11)
No. 18 Singer (11-14) at No. 15 Elizabeth (9-12)
No. 17 Lacassine (14-11) at No. 16 Monterey (14-4)

CLASS C
Regionals

No. 16 Georgetown (6-14) at No. 1 Simpson (21-5)
No. 15 Hicks (5-21) at No. 2 Phoenix (13-6)
No. 14 Evans (10-15) at No. 3 Kilbourne (14-4)
No. 13 Atlanta (9-10) at No. 4 Hornbeck (12-11)
No. 12 Grand Isle (6-9) at No. 5 Gibsland-Coleman (5-10)
No. 11 Summerfield (6-16) at No. 6 Ebarb (10-10)
No. 10 Epps (7-12)at No. 7 Calvin (12-6)
No. 9 Starks (12-7) at No. 8 Pleasant Hill (14-16)


DIVISION I
Regionals

No. 1 Scotlandville (24-3), bye
No. 2 St. Paul’s (25-7), bye
No. 3 St. Augustine (19-6), bye
No. 4 Catholic-Baton Rouge (15-9), bye
No. 12 Rummel (1-21) at No. 5 Jesuit (18-9)
No. 11 Holy Cross (5-19) at No. 6 Brother Martin (20-7)
No. 10 John Curtis (7-12) at No. 7 McKinley (14-5)
No. 9 Byrd (5-7) at No. 8 Shaw (16-7)

DIVISION II
Regionals

No. 16 Patrick Taylor (7-14) at No. 1 University Lab (25-4)
No. 15 Loyola Prep (8-17) at No. 2 St. Thomas More (27-4)
No. 14 Ben Franklin (10-7) at No. 3 Liberty (18-6)
No. 13 Teurlings Catholic (16-16) at No. 4 E.D. White (14-1)
No. 12 Lusher Charter (10-8) at No. 5 St. Michael (14-5)
No. 11 Thomas Jefferson (12-4) at No. 6 St. Louis Catholic (14-10)
No. 10 Evangel (17-6) at No. 7 Parkview Baptist (17-12)
No. 9 Archbishop Hannan (25-7) at No. 8 De La Salle (11-8)

DIVISION III
Regionals

No. 1 Newman (17-6), bye
No. 2 Dunham (15-11), bye
No. 3 Notre Dame (17-3), bye
No. 13 Houma Christian (3-20) at No. 4 Menard (20-11)
No. 12 Pope John Paul II (9-22) at No. 5 Episcopal (16-7)
No. 11 St. Charles (9-14) at No. 6 Lafayette Christian (15-11)
No. 10 Ascension Episcopal (14-14) at No. 7 Northlake Christian (9-11)
No. 9 Catholic-New Iberia (10-11) at No. 8 St. Thomas Aquinas (9-13)

DIVISION IV
Regionals

No. 16 River Oaks (19-10) at No. 1 Crescent City (15-6)
No. 15 Highland Baptist (16-10) at No. 2 Riverside Academy (11-7)
No. 14 St. Frederick (11-7) at No. 3 Calvary Baptist (23-5)
No. 13 St. Edmund (15-12) at No. 4 Southern Lab (18-9)
No. 12 Westminster Christian (15-10) at No. 5 Metairie Park Country Day (12-9)
No. 11 Sacred Heart (12-12) at No. 6 Central Catholic (18-4)
No. 10 Ascension Catholic (9-9) at No. 7 Opelousas Catholic (15-7)
No. 9 Vermilion Catholic (16-9) at No. 8 Hamilton Christian (19-8)

DIVISION V
Regionals

No. 9 University Academy (4-21) at No. 8 Northside Christian (8-26)

Quarterfinals

No. 1 Jehovah-Jireh (17-14), bye
No. 7 Christ Episcopal (9-11) at No. 2 Family Christian (25-13)
No. 6 Claiborne Christian (8-12) at No. 3 Episcopal of Acadiana (17-11)
No. 5 Grace Christian (13-10) at No. 4 St. Joseph’s-Plaucheville (13-1)
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Jb1994
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
I went and looked at anacoco's record and holy hell that's impressive. I'm a zwolle high grad and when I was there we where a class b team that beat many 4a, 5a, and private schools, so I love to see the small homegrown schools take down the "big" boys. Good luck to the Indians


theenemy
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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I went and looked at anacoco's record and holy hell that's impressive. I'm a zwolle high grad and when I was there we where a class b team that beat many 4a, 5a, and private schools, so I love to see the small homegrown schools take down the "big" boys. Good luck to the Indians


I was told yesterday that they aren't that homegrown because the coach is pretty active in recruiting players to that school.

I don't know that is just what I was told.


lsu31always
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Public schools don't recruit.


theenemy
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
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Public schools don't recruit.


Yeah....sure they don't.


Fus0623
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Top 28 TYFYS


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lsu31always
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
But that's what I've been told.


Enzos Tiny Pito
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
Splitting every sport is a joke

We gonna have 85 divisions for track and field and golf next?


BallSoHard
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re: Louisiana high school basketball playoffs
It is true. Got a transfer from
Illinois who is a NSU Demon signee.


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