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KATC’s Senior Spotlight: NISH’s J’lon Ozenne

NEW IBERIA, La (KATC) — This week’s senior spotlight takes us to New Iberia Senior High School where senior J’lon Ozenne is one of the few bright spots in an otherwise tough year so far for the 2-6 Yellowjackets.

KATC’s Senior Spotlight: ESA’s Taylore Louviere

CADE, La (KATC) — Following a devastating injury, and after two years of rehabilitation, ESA volleyball’s Taylore Louviere is finally getting back to her old self on the court and in the sand.

KATC’s Senior Spotlight: St. Edmund’s Brad Miller

EUNICE, La (KATC) – This week our Senior Spotlight takes us to St. Edmund High School in Eunice where second year Blue Jays quarterback Brad Miller is finally getting the spotlight he deserves. For Miller, standing out on the football field is easy, it’s standing out at home that can be difficult.

KATC’s Senior Spotlight: Eunice’s Tyler Darbonne

EUNICE, La (KATC) – The 4-0 Eunice High School Bobcats are off to the their best start to a football season since 2012. Helping the team along its stellar start is its senior tight end Tyler Darbone. 

KATC’S Senior Spotlight: Vermilion Catholic’s Ethan Lege

This week’s Senior Spotlight brings us to Vermilion Catholic where the 3-0 Screamin’ Eagles football team is led by a jack-of-all-trades in senior Ethan Lege. Aside from being a standout wide receiver and safety, Lege also punts, kicks, and does pretty much anything coach Kevin Fouquier needs him to do.

KATC’s Senior Spotlight: Pine Prairie running back Jerodd Sims

This week we head up to Pine Prairie High School where the Panthers are seeking their first trip to playoffs in the football program’s history. In order for that dream to become a reality, they’ll be relying on their senior running back Jerodd “JJ” Sims.

HS Senior Spotlight

KATC’s High School Senior Spotlight KATC’s High School Senior Spotlight is a weekly series designed to recognize senior, student-athletes in all sports for their accomplishments on

Senior Spotlight: Tyler Granger

Tyler Granger isn’t like most high school seniors. For one he’s an accomplished long-distance runner for Lafayette Christian Academy having won district in both the mile and two mile events in track and field as a junior and winning both events again as a senior. But Granger is much more than just a runner for LCA…he’s a founder. Granger petitioned the school to begin a track and field program as a 7th grader. Now after accepting a track scholarship to Nicholls State Universit…

Senior Spotlight April 16th: Gavin Armstrong

This week’s senior spotlight features a two-time state champion who’s athletic ability has earned him a college scholarship. But Gavin Armstrong doesn’t compete on the field or on the court…but in the water.  Armstrong is an Opelousas Catholic senior who has won the 500-freestyle twice in his high school swimming career. "Prioritizing time is definitely a big thing," said Armstrong. "Because we practice six days a week and we’re also do…

Friday Night Football: Playoffs Week 2 Scores

Tonight marks week two of high school football playoffs. Our game of the week features a face-off between a father and son coaching duo as Jennings heads to Church Point.  

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KATC’s Senior Spotlight: Iota powerlifter Joseph Dupre
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KATC’s Senior Spotlight: Iota powerlifter Joseph Dupre

(KATC) -- This week's Senior Spotlight features Iota High School senior powerlifter, Joseph Dupre. A six-time world champion in the

Louisiana softball off to best start since 2015
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Louisiana softball off to best start since 2015

Louisiana softball is 11-0, it's best start since 2015 when the Cajuns won 42 games.

Cajuns face toughest week of the year
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Cajuns face toughest week of the year

Louisiana will have a shot at two of the conference's top teams this week when they play at Texas-Arlington, and

KATC’s High School Senior Spotlight is a weekly series designed to recognize senior, student-athletes in all sports for their accomplishments on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. This is not just for the best athletes in Acadiana, but also the best young men and women. 

(Nominated students must be seniors in High School in Acadiana.) 

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