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Opelousas Catholic School is searching for an athletic director and head football coach after Thomas David reached a decision to leave the school.
It appeared Opelousas Catholic had a brief chance in the third quarter Friday night to reach a playoff pinnacle the Vikings’ football program had been unable to achieve since 2005.
Photograph by Mike Curley BOBBY ARDOINEditor and Contributing Writer Continued playoff advancement for the Opelousas Catholic football team will require further trips aboard the team bus. If the Vikings plan to win out and capture a state championship trophy, those potential victories will have to occur away from Donald Gardner Stadium. It’s not easy being Read More…
The defensive improvement Opelousas Catholic has shown over the past eight weeks will be tested in the Division IV-select playoffs Friday night against Central Catholic-Morgan City.If the Vikings advance to the postseason quarterfinal round scheduled for Morgan City Junior High School Stadium, Vikings head coach Thomas David said his defense has to contain CCMC running Read More…
Four St. Landry Parish football teams have qualified for the 2022 state playoffs after the annual postseason pairings were released on Sunday by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
Two consecutive outright district championships accompanied without a loss either time, is an accomplishment the Opelousas Catholic football program can commemorate as a testimony to excellence.
As the regular season prepares to conclude, Opelousas Catholic has reached the threshold of a second straight district championship with help from an improving defense.
John Michael Jarrell did his best to keep Opelousas Catholic in contention for a district championship Thursday night.
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The Opelousas Catholic offense was methodical as it was effective, while the Vikings’ defense kept any response by Westminster Christian Academy out of reach.
What better way to embrace the start of a district schedule than conclude midseason with a 48-point victory.