Imani Rothschild
Commits to ULL

Congratulations @manii5_ on your commitment with a full scholarship to @ULLafayette to further your academic and athletic career. WE are proud of you.

Track Team Has a Tremendous Season

State Runner Up, Regional Champs, District Champs,
as well as 7 other 1st Place finishes as a team.
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Leon Eloi
With a Great Win!

Come on out and support our Track and Field Team!

Come on out and support our Boys Baseball Team!

Breanna Signs Letter of Intent to ULM

Go Bre!

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Lady Eagles Volleyball Team Opens
2020 Season with a Victory

Lady Eagles Volleyball Team Opens 2020 Season With A Victory

September 11, 2020
After months of conditioning and practice without seeing an opponent the Lady Eagles got their first taste of competition Thursday against the Patriots of John Ehret. You could see the months of “no play time” on both teams, and the strange feeling of playing to an empty gym, as both teams started slow, but it did not take that long to change. Both teams found their rhythm and it was game on. All three games were back and forth trading the lead multiply times, but in the end the Eagles were victorious.
The contests started with the junior varsity match with the Eagles starting 3 sophomores; Keimani Rayford, Brandi Thomas, and Jamia Washington and four freshmen; Niama Bocage, Demi Johnson, Kenya Thomas and Laylah Luke (libero). The Eagles and Patriots each won a game sending the match to a third set where the young Lady Eagles stepped up to the challenge to win the match. With that type of determination, the future looks bright for Warren Easton Volleyball.

Missing the Good Ol’ Cross Country Days

By: Alexis Esteves – New Orleans, Louisiana
Presently, the cross country runners at Warren Easton are missing the original cross country season and its practices as a team, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Due to circumstances of the Coronavirus pandemic, everyone was asked to quarantine inside of their homes, and restrain from going outside until further notice. In spite of the fact that the Coronavirus quarantine isn’t as strict as it was a few months ago, the virus is still being transmitted. Therefore, it was unclear when cross country practices would have taken place. In addition, a handful of runners’ parents were skeptical about letting their child go to practice. As a result of this, the runners are reminiscing on the good ol’ times they had.
According to the cross country coach named Henry Grant, he said, “I was looking forward to working back with y’all depending on what the state allowed us to do. I talked to Principal Jackson and he said that we are not having Cross Country this year.” Semaj Starks, a member of the cross country team, stated “I’m kind of mad that we not doing practice because I miss it a lot and I miss seeing y’all and all that.” Semaj also added, “Cross Country was fun and I was hoping to do more stuff this year”.
However, Coach Grant said he planned to update the members of the team about any news there is regarding track season. This will allow the members to stay optimistic about having a track season and give them hope of starting practice soon.

Shone Washington
Commits to LSU