Sports2-a-Days Preview: Scotlandville Hornets
BATON ROUGE - In Ryan Cook's first year as the new head coach of Scotlandville, the Hornets didn't miss a beat from their usual dominance. Going 7-5, with a loss to Edna Karr in the second round of the playoffs.
This year will look a little bit different for the Hornets. Quarterback Zae Teasette has graduated and is now at Southern slinging it around for Eric Dooley. The offense as a whole, returns just 4 starters from that 7 win team a year ago.
Ryan Cook gets 10 starters back total and will rely on an athletic defense and backup turned starter Javonte Cossett to take over at quarterback.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Mayor, DA discuss fewer people being killed in East Baton Rouge Parish...
Veterinarians cautioning dog owners about respiratory illness seen across US
District Attorney talks crime, overdoses and juvenile detention center crisis at Press...
INVESTIGATIVE UNIT: Only 3 deputies assigned to work security at event where...
Substantial damage letter preventing couple from selling home