Louisiana High School Coaches Association

  • Interviewed coaches and players at high school school championship games and All-Star tournaments in the Baton Rouge area for website

  • Uploaded stories to write compelling game stories for high school championship games and All-Star games for Medium.com page

  • Produced audio content within digital online feature stories

  • Coordinated with the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) staff for online production of games and information

  • Managed and aggregated online content from outside sports media outlets in the Baton Rouge area

  • Worked with other the digital production members team and sports information contributors to contribute produce mobile photos, videos and live tweets to shared on via the organization's social media handles (e.g., Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) 

The difference maker in this game needs only two words: Megan Abrams. First-seeded Houma Christian Warriors had no answer for Abrams and the third-seeded Lafayette Christian Knights as Abrams 33-point performance lifted the Knights past the Warriors, 54–46, in the 2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl/ LHSAA Girls’ Marsh Madness Division IV Championship.

From being named the first female head football coach in Louisiana high school history to becoming national champs in deaf football, Louisiana School for the Deaf coach Susan Gremillion is leading the way and exceeding the odds.

Despite a close start in the beginning, first-seeded Florien used a huge third quarter performance behind the play of Aja Law to pull away down the stretch to defeat fourth-seeded Anacoco, 53–38, in the 2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl/ LHSAA Girls’ Marsh Madness Class B State Championship.

To read more of my work for the LHSCA, click here. 

© 2023 by Wilton C. Jackson, II. Proudly created with Wix.com

  • LinkedIn Social Icon
  • Twitter Classic
  • Facebook Classic