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Ethan Lege playing infield for VC.

Vermilion Catholic’s Ethan Lege lands on Class A All-State Team

Vermilion Catholic senior Ethan Lege closed out his high school career by landing on the Class 1A Sports writers All State Baseball Team.
Lege made the team as a utility player for the Eagles. He had a .432 batting average.
Ouachita Christian Clint Hargrave was named the Outstanding Player in Class A. Hargrave played catcher and batted .404.
Greg Manuel of Oberlin was named coach of the year on the all-state team.
District foe Central Catholic had two players on the honorable mention all-state team.

Pos. Player School Class Stats

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Best Offshore Boat Holy Smokes pictured (l-r) John McLain, Jacob Sagrera, Kevin Sagrera, Allen McLain Sr., Pierce Boffy, Darious Girouard, Holly Boffy and Carrick Boffy

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Michael Guilbeaux, Vermilion Catholic Principal with Holly Boffy and Carrick Boffy, Fishing for Memories Co-Founders. Vermilion Catholic is going to carry on the tradition of the fishing rodeo in Intracoastal City in 2020.

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Kayak Champions -are (l-r) Butch Ridgedale (Flounder), Michael Carter (Redfish), Luke Beslin (Speckled Trout)

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Best Inshore Boat Game Over Huba Doxey & Joel Rogers

Fishing for Memories results

Heaviest Fish Jared - Adams, Adams, 101.4 lbs. Garfish
Champion Ticket Locations C&J Outfitters & More Inc. & Five Oaks Grocery

Youth Division
1st Cooper Miller, Tee-Naut, 29.05 lbs.
2nd Cooper Miller, Tee-Naut, 28.35 lbs.
3rd Ayson Doxey, Game Over, 24.90 lbs.

1st Porter Rogers, Game Over, .7 lb.
2nd Aiden LeBouef, Gill Crusher, .63 lb.
3rd Cruz Morvant, Fishmaster, .63 lb.

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Kiley Naomi, a 2018 North Vermilion graduate, holds up her pistols to show that she is now an Oklahoma State Cowgirl. Naomi, 19, and the Cowgirls will play Thursday at 6 on ESPN 2. Oklahoma State plays Florida.

North Vermilion graduate lives dream by playing in 2019 College World Series

Two short years ago, Kiley Naomi was playing in the finals of the LHSAA Class 3A softball state championship. Today, she now finds herself starting for Oklahoma State and playing in the 2019 Women’s College World Series with a chance to win a national title.
She is a 19-year-old true freshman.
“Honestly, it is like a dream come true,” said Naomi about playing the World Series. “It is everything I ever dreamed of. I have been watching the World Series my entire life, and now I am able to be playing in it.”



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