Different faces leading the way for Menard

With a new head coach and new leaders one thing that hasn't changed for the Eagles is their winning mindset.

The Panthers will be replacing key seniors on the offensive line and in the backfield, but they hope to use their first part of the season to prepare them for a brutal district run.

The Tigers lost a bunch of key seniors, but with talented young guys they are not calling 2017 a rebuilding year.

The Mustangs were young in 2016, but those young guns have turned to leaders and they hope to make some noise this season.

The Warhorses hope to be near the front of the District race with young talent taking over.

Bolton doesn't expect to be counted out in 2017

NSU offense puts up 645 yards, 444 passing, in first scrimmage of camp

Offense shines in LSU's second preseason game of training camp

Getting back on the gridiron: Michael Orphey's recovery

Rosepine to turn things around under Johnny Cryer

Oakdale determined to get over the .500 mark in 2017

Texas A&M pulls away from Northwestern State in exhibition

Newcomers bolstering Demon squad heading into Saturday's scrimmage

Generals finish tops in RRAC for Learfield Director’s Cup

Grant hoping to make history in new district

Leesville focused on building the line on both sides of the ball

Louisiana College brings in experienced coach to lead Wildcats' track & field and cross country

NSU alum Adam Oller named New York-Penn League All-Star

Buckeye looks to add depth with their move to Class 4A

Tioga will have a full rebuild this year after losing 22 seniors

LSU Releases 2018 Baseball Schedule

Saints bring back long snapper Drescher, add kicker Murray

Spike Lee promotes NYC rally for Colin Kaepernick

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