Week 7 Local High School Football Scores:
Kinder 49, Ville Platte 8 (KVPI Game of the Week)
Avoyelles Charter 36, Marksville 30
Breaux Bridge 32, Livonia 30
Bunkie 26, Winnfield 7
Carencro 29, Westgate 19
Cecilia 28, St. Martinville 14
Church Point 41, Iota 34
Comeaux 21, Lafayette 10
Crowley 48, Mamou 0
DeQuincy 44, East Beauregard 16
Eunice 27, Pine Prairie 13
False River Academy 42, Slaughter 16
Iowa 51, South Beauregard 20
Jennings 27, Westlake 0
Kinder 49, Ville Platte 8
Merryville 30, South Cameron 7
New Iberia Catholic 63, Loreauville 14
North Vermilion 34, Erath 0
Northwest 40, Port Barre 6
Notre Dame 49, Lake Charles College Prep 6
Oakdale 24, Vinton 7
Opelousas 41, Beau Chene 20
Rosepine 34, Pickering 7
Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 56, North Central 6
St. Edmund Catholic 34, Oberlin 6
St. Thomas More 24, Teurlings Catholic 21
Welsh 56, Lake Arthur 7
Week 6 Local High School Football Scores:
Opelousas Catholic 35, Scared Heart-Ville Platte 7 (KVPI Game of the Week)
Acadiana 49, Comeaux 13
Basile 42, South Cameron 7
Breaux Bridge 48, Beau Chene 20
Carencro 49, Northside 6
Church Point 34, Northwest 32
DeQuincy 35, Pickering 7
Eunice 47, Port Barre 0
Iota 20, Crowley 16
Iowa 32, St. Louis 7
Many 51, Bunkie 0
Marksville 64, Bolton 26
New Iberia 35, Lafayette 19
Notre Dame 38, Kinder 37
Oberlin 42, Hamilton Christian Academy 12
Pointe Coupee Catholic 33, Loreauville 9
St. Edmund Catholic 27, Elton 21
St. Martinville 39, Livonia 22
St. Tomas More 42, Westgate 20
Teurlings Catholic 34, Rayne 20
Week 5 Local High School Football Scores:
Iota 54, Mamou 12 (KVPI Game of the Week)
Avoyelles 48, Northside 22
Basile 30, Merryville 14
Baton Rouge Catholic 34, Teurlings Catholic 7
Cecilia 37, McKinley 6
Church Point 28, Eunice 17
DeRidder 47, Pickering 0
Elton 47, Hamilton Christian Academy 6
Iowa 22, Westlake 12
Jennings 21, Washington-Marion 14
Kinder 49, DeQunicy 18
Lake Arthur 28, East Beauregard 24
North Vermilion 42, South Beauregard 2
Oberlin 18, Grand Lake 13
Opelousas 33, Tara 12
Pine Prairie 39, Port Barre 8
Pointe Coupee Catholic 38, Scared Heart-Ville Platte 14
Rayne 28, Leesville 18
St. Edmund Catholic 55, South Cameron 27
Ville Platte 24, Oakdale 0
Welsh 34, Erath 16
Week 4 Local High School Football Scores:
St. Edmund Cathloic 28, Basile 7 (KVPI Game of the Week)
Baton Rouge Catholic 20, St. Thomas More 0
Beau Chene 9, Washington-Marion 6
Breaux Bridge 37, Abbeville 14
Central Catholic 46, Gueydan 29
Church Point 51, Pine Priairie 12
Crowley 39, Eunice 0
DeQuincy 29, Bunkie 21
DeRidder 21, Natchitoches Central 7
East Ascension 44, Cecilia 31
Elton 44, Grand Lake 35
Iowa 27, Jennings 6
Kaplan 28, Kinder 6
Mamou 15, Port Barre 14
Marksville 42, Winnfield 14
Northwest 34, Iota 19
Notre Dame 37, New Iberia Catholic 0
Opelousas 28, Oakdale 13
Opelousas Catholic 50, North Central 6
Ouachita Parish 34, Carencro 14
Rayne 35, Erath 7
St. Louis 48, South Beauregard 21
Ville Platte 44, Pickering 21
Welsh 41, Avoyelles
Thursday, September 21st:
Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 53, False River 27
KVPI Sports Update
Our KVPI High School football game of the week is Basile traveling to play St. Edmunds High School in Eunice on 92.5 KVPI FM. Game time is at 7:00 tonight with pre game at 6;45pm and the S.E.C. report at 6:30pm with the Sports Team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman. Other games tonight in the parish: Ville Platte at Pickering, Pine Prairie hosts Church Point and Mamou hosts Port Barre. Good luck to all our local and area teams.
College football : LSU vs. Syracuse at 6;00pm live on 92.5 KVPI FM.
Week 3 Local High School Football Scores:
Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 42, Basile 14 (KVPI Game of the Week-FM)
St. Edmund Catholic 55, Mamou 18 (KVPI Game of the Week-AM)
Avoyelles 58, Holy Menard 29
Beau Chene 27, Pine Prairie 26
Crowley 28, Cecilia 25
DeQuincy 35, South Beauregard 33, 3OT
Elton 34, Rosepine 22
Gueydan 45, South Cameron 23
Hanson Memorial 26, Westminster Christian 19
Jeanerette 22, Abbeville 20
Jennings 26, Deridder 6
Kaplan 23, Church Point 6
Kinder 21, Breaux Bridge 14
Notre Dame 44, Teurlings Catholic 7
Opelousas 23, Vinton 14
Opelousas Catholic 26, Port Barre 6
Pointe Coupee Catholic 51, St. John 0
Rayne 42, Eunice 10
St. Thomas More 35, Plaquemine 0
Vermilion Catholic 28, Erath 20
Washington-Marion 34, Ville Platte 0
KVPI Sports Update
KVPI Sports presents a High School Football doubleheader Friday night. Sacred Heart will host Basile at 7;00pm Friday night, Pre game at 6:45pm and the SEC report at 6:30pm over KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux. Mamou High travels to play St. Eds in Eunice at 7:00pm Friday night with pre game at 6:45pm over KVPI 1050 The Legend and on kvpionline.com with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Other parish games: Pine Prairie at Beau Chene and Ville Platte High hosts Washington Marion. KVPI Sports plans to carry the LSU-Mississippi State game at 6:00pm Saturday on KVPI FM 92.5
Week 2 Local High School Football Scores:
Pine Prairie 26, Ville Platte 6 (KVPI Game of the Week)
Ascension Episcopal 21, Pointe Coupee Cathloic 14
Avoyelles 30, Bunkie 21
Basile 16, Mamou 14
Church Point 41, Abbeville 7
DeRidder 25, Washington-Marion 0
Elton 14, East Beauregard 6
Grand Lake 13, Gueydan 12
Iota 40, Oakdale 12
Iowa 30, Kinder 22
Jennings 26, Eunice 10
Lafayette Christian Academy 55, Loreauville 13
Leesville 6, South Beauregard 0
Nortre Dame 38, Breaux Bridge 7
Oberlin 44, Delcambre 6
Opelousas Catholic 22, Vermilion Catholic 6
Rayne 47, Lake Charles College Prep 6
Sam Houston 42, Cecilia 7
St. Thomas More 49, Comeaux 0
Sacred Heart 29, St. Edmund 21
Teurlings Catholic 41, LaGrange 14
Wesh 27, Kaplan 18
Week 1 Local High School Football Scores:
Sacred Heart-Ville Platte 40, Ville Platte 19 (Tee Cotton Bowl/KVPI Game of the Week)
Comeaux 19, Cecilia 14
South Beauregard 0, DeRidder 0
Kinder 48, Oakdale 21
Marksville 44, Bunkie 0
Northwest 19, Opelousas Catholic 13
Opelousas 0, Eunice 24
Port Barre 0, Catholic of Pointe Coupee 54
Tioga 33, Pine Prairie 7
Postponements and Cancellations:
Beau Chene vs. North Vermilion, postponed to Saturday, September 2nd
North Central vs. Gueydan, postponed to Saturday, September 2nd
Oberlin vs. Mamou, postponed to Saturday, September 2nd
Loreauville vs. Vermilion Catholic, postponed to Sunday, September 3rd
Rayne vs. Welsh, cancelled
Jennings vs. Church Point, cancelled
Lake Arthur vs. Elton, cancelled
Notre Dame vs. LaGrange, cancelled
Evangeline Soccer Association
August 27, 2017 – News Release
Hundreds of parents, grandparents, family and friends came out Saturday morning to be a part of the Opening Ceremonies of the Evangeline Soccer Association. Twenty newly formed teams comprised of 5 – 12- year- olds took to the fields to compete against one another at the Ville Platte Recreational Complex. The Association consists of 180 children. The rains stayed away until after the entire ceremony and the last game was finished.
Evangeline Parish Clerk of Court, Randy Deshotel, was the emcee for the event and special guests included State Representative, Bernard Lebas, Ville Platte City Councilman, Mike Perron and Board Members from the Ville Platte Recreational Complex. Ashton Dupre and Last Call performed for the crowd and they loved it.
The children all lined up with their coaches and assistant coaches and each team was introduced to the crowd during the ceremony. All of the children played in games beginning at 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning. They will play every Saturday through September and October, excluding the last Saturday in September. Closing Ceremonies will take place after that celebrating what the children have learned and accomplished.
The Board would like to thank every single person who has supported its efforts and have shown patience through the minor hic-ups any new organization experiences in the beginning. Thank you to Ville Platte Mayor, Jennifer Vidrine and the City Council for contributing to the effort as well as the media, local businesses, volunteers, coaches, referees, parents and last but the most important, the children and newly named “soccer players.” - end
Football has arrived in Evangeline Parish. KVPI sports will once again carry the "Game of the Week" with our sports team: Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman. First up, we will be broadcasting live Friday night at the Evangeline Parish Football Jamboree at Basile High stadium at 6:30pm on 92.5 KVPI FM and on classichits925.com. Game One features Ville Platte vs. Mamou and Game Two-Pine Prairie vs. Basile. We plan to cover both games. We want to wish the best of luck to all our teams this season!!
Several hundred student athletes from Sacred Heart, Ville Platte High and Pine Prairie attended the annual athlete physicals sponsored by Heathworks Rehab on Thursday. This is the 14th year, Healthworks Rehab has been sponsoring this free event. Professionals in various medical fields donated their time and talent to review each athlete to make sure they are physically ready to compete during the upcoming school year. There were physical therapists, medical doctors, nurses, dentists and many others doing the exams. KVPI Sports Announcer Tracy Jagneaux was there broadcasting live speaking with Andy Poche and David Vidrine with Healthworks Rehab along with such coaches as Coach Yves Prince from Pine Prairie, Coach Josh Harper from Sacred Heart and Coach Jorie Randall of Ville Platte High.
KVPI Sports is following our two Ville Platte Dixie Youth teams competing in the Dixie Youth regional tournaments being played in Ruston, Louisiana. Both our Dixie Minors, the Super Tens, and the Dixie Majors, the 12 year old all stars, are participating in these tournaments. Both team first day games were cancelled Friday because of the heavy rains that fell in Ruston so tournament officials doubled up games on Saturday.
Here is a recap: The Ville Platte Super Ten all stars played game one at noon Saturday and beat Blanchard 11-0. Their second game was Saturday night at 9:00pm and they beat Gonzales 10-0.Sunday night, the Ville Platte Super Tens beat Patterson 18-4. They will play tonight (Monday) at 7;30 against Gonzales over KVPI 1050 AM
In the Dixie Majors tournament, our Ville Platte 12 year old allstars beat Springhill 9-1 in the first game at noon Saturday. In the game two, the 12 year olds beat Rayville 15-2. Last night, the Ville Platte 12’s lost to Sabine 7-4. The Dixie Majors 12 year olds will play at 5:30 today (Monday) on KVPI FM
We have two sports announcers broadcasting live in Ruston. KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman is covering the 12 year olds while Sports Announcer Tracy Jagneaux is covering the Ville Platte Super Tens.
Also, KVPI Sports is making arrangements to cover the Ville Platte 10 and under Select girls softball team coached by Todd Ardoin that will be competing at the USSSA World Series in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Their pool play games begin Wednesday. KVPI Sports Announcer James Shiver will be back in Gulf Shores to cover our girls. Listen to special shououts from the team players all week beginning on Wednesday over KVPI. A second Ville Platte 10 year old team won the world series title with Coach Nick LeBas just last week.
Congratulations to the Ville Platte 10U all star girls who this afternoon defeated Trussville 6-3 and who have won the USSSA World Series CHAMPS. Ville Platte played the team three times, late last night and lost 9-5, came back and played them at noon and beat them a second time for the championship title. KVPI Sports was there almost since the beginning. We covered 9 games for the team live from Gulf Shores, Alabama with Sports Announcer James Shiver. We are proud to have been able to bring most of the games to family and friends in the Ville Platte area.
KVPI Sports is preparing to cover our Ville Platte 12 year old Dixie Majors and Super Ten year old Dixie Minors all star teams this weekend with tournaments in Ruston. The Ville Platte 12 year olds will play in a Dixie Youth regional tournament with first game Friday night at 7:30pm over KVPI FM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Our Ville Platte 10 year olds will also play in a regional tournament in ruston with first game at 5:30pm over KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Tracy Jagneaux. Good luck to both all star teams.
JULY 9, 2017
Our Ville Platte all-star teams represented Ville Platte well in two Dixie Youth State tournaments in North Louisiana over the weekend.
The Ville Platte 8 year old Pitching Machine all stars competed in the State Pitching tournament in Rayville, Louisiana. The team claimed the championship title in the consolation bracket Sunday. KVPI Sports was there for most of the games with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Here is a re-cap: Ville Platte beat West Monroe 10-4 at noon Sunday to claim the championship title in the consolation bracket. Earlier Sunday, the all stars beat Alexandria 14-6. On Saturday, Ville Platte defeated Oakdale 19-9 in game one followed by beating Union parish 13-6 in the later game. In the Friday pool play games: Ville Platte beat Patterson 18-1, defeated Rapides 14-5 in game two and lost to West Monroe 8-1 in the final pool play game Friday.
The Ville Platte 6 year old T-Ball all-stars finished in 5th place in the state T-Ball tournament in Shreveport over the weekend. Their final game Sunday, our all-stars lost to Oakdale 19-11. On Saturday’s bracket games:, the early game had Shreveport defeat Ville Platte 12-6 and in the later game Ville Platte beat Bossier 15-7. On Friday’s pool games: Ville Platte defeated Jena 23-7 and Alexandria beat Ville Platte 12-4.
Congratulations to both all star teams and coaches for representing us well in the state tournaments. We’re proud of your accomplishments.
The Ville Platte 8 year old Pitching Machine All Stars played three pool play games today in the Dixie Youth Pitching Machine State Tournament and KVPI covered all three games for listeners and fans back home. Here is the re-cap:
Game 1- Ville Platte over Patterson 18-1; Game 2: Ville Platte over Rapides 14-5; and West Monroe beat Ville Platte in the night cap 8-1. Bracket play begins tomorrow morning and we will be there covering it. As soon as we get start times, we will pass it on to you.
The Ville Platte T-Ball all stars are playing in the state T-Ball State Tournament going this weekend in Shreveport. Here is a re-cap of today's action: Game One-Ville Platte defeated Jena 23-7 and in Game two- Alexandria defeated Ville Platte12-4. The action continues in bracket play on Saturday. Good luck to our all stars.
Gulf Shores, Alabama will be the scene of the USSSA Girls Softball World Series and Ville Platte will have three girls teams represented there. Starting next week, our Ville Platte 8U and 10U Rec teams will be competing in their respective brackets. KVPI Sports will be covering the Ville Platte 10U girls games. Starting July 19, the Ville Platte 10U Select All Star girls will be competing in the world series and KVPI is making arrangements to carry those games. Doing play by play for the world series will be Sports Announcer James Shiver for family and friends back home in Ville Platte. Good luck to all of our all star girls teams.
Here's an update on local baseball action involving our Dixie Youth All Stars: The Ville Platte 8 year old Pitching Machine all stars ended up in a tie tonight in the first game of pool play action in the state tournament. Final score: Ville Platte 12 Benton 12. Ville Platte was down 12-5 in the sixth inning when Ville Platte all stars came roaring back to score 7 runs to tie it up. Pool play games can end in a tie. KVPI Sports will begin carrying the pool play games at 10:15am and 2:15pm Friday over KVPI AM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Also the Ville Platte T-Ball all stars playing in Shreveport this weekend for the state tournament beat Shreveport Continental 16-1 in 3 innings. Good luck to our all stars!!
The Ville Platte 8 year old Pitching Machine All Stars will compete in the state Dixie Youth State tournament Thursday through Sunday in Rayville, Louisiana. KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry these games. Their pool play games begin Thursday night at 6:15pm. We will begin coverage on Friday with two pool play games at 10:15am and again at 2:15pm both games will be on KVPI AM. Bracket play games begin Saturday through Sunday and we will be there covering the games with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
Also the Ville Platte T-Ball all stars will compete and play in the state T-Ball tournament this weekend in Shreveport.
In girl’s softball action, the Ville Platte 8 year old all stars and the 10 year old Rec all star teams will compete in the USSSA World Series in Alabama. Pool play games begin Monday.
KVPI wants to wish the best of luck to all our all star teams.
The Ville Platte 12 Year old Dixie Major All Stars defeated Pine Prairie all stars Sunday night 13-0 in four innings. The undefeated Ville Platte team advances to play in the championship game today against Mamou All Stars today (Monday) at 5:30pm to be broadcast live over KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports announcer Micah Chatman. Earlier in the weekend Ville Platte beat Westlake 16-0, beat Vernon 11-1 and Mamou 6-0. All of the games are being played at the Ville Platte Recreational Complex.
Also the Ville Platte Super 10’s Dixie Minors are undefeated in a district tournament being played in Dequincy. Ville Platte will play in the championship game Monday night at 6:00pm against Oakdale. In earlier games, the all stars: beat Vernon 7-1, beat Oakdale 16-7 and defeated South Beauregard 5-1.
Good luck to our local and area teams.
The Ville Platte Pitching Machine 8 year old All Stars came out Third Place in the just completed Dixie Youth District tournament in Leesville. In games played yesterday, Deridder 3 Ville Platte O in game one and in game two, Oakdale 14 Ville Platte 2. Our Ville Platte All Stars will advance to play in the state Pitching Machine tournament July 6-9 in Rayville. We want to wish all the best to our all stars.
KVPI SPORTS UPDATE
JUNE 28, 2017
We have two Ville Platte Dixie Youth all star teams in important tournaments this weekend.
The Ville Platte 12 year old Dixie Major team will host a District tournament at home at the Ville Platte Recreational Complex Thursday through Sunday. First game is Thursday at 7:30 against Westlake. KVPI Sports will be covering all of the 12 year old all star games in this tournament with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. The team’s manager is Josh Deshotel and coaches are Chris Courville, John Pitre and Eric Fontenot. The team includes: Lawson May, Blake Hebert, Ayden Fontenot, Hayden Droddy, Bryce Deville, Colton Manuel, Evan Deshotels, Gabe Courville, Landon LeBlanc, Nick Fontenot, Ike Perry and Wade Pitre.
Also The Ville Platte Super Tens all stars will be competing in a District tournament in DeQuincy this weekend beginning Thursday. The coaches are Jason Deshotel, Stokie Fontenot and Jared Fontenot. The team includes Tristan Mayeaux, Bryce Shexnyder, Zachery Fontenot, Hayden Deshotel, Jackson Bruney, Andrew Fay, Kaigan Comb, William Jordan, John Michael Duplechin, Gabe Fonenot, Jude Hebert and Jedd Lafleur.
We want to wish good luck to both all star teams in these tournaments.
.The Ville Platte T-Ball All Stars narrowly lost to Mamou today in the finals of the Dixie Youth District tournament in Mamou. The final score was 18-17 and finish second in the tournament.The team qualifies to advance to play in the state tournament. Most of the games were broadcast over KVPI. Congratulations to our T Ball all stars for doing a great job throughout the tournament and best of luck in the future tournaments.
KVPI Sports Update
June 25, 2017
Lots of sports news to share with you. We begin with our Ville Platte girls softball teams. We had four Ville Platte softball teams competing in the USSSA state softball tournament in Slidell this past weekend. The Ville Platte 10U select team coached by Todd Ardoin came out First place in that age group by beating Madisonville twice: 12-0 and then 7-0. Madisonville came out in second place while the Ville Platte 10U Rec all stars, coached by Nick LeBas came out in third place. Both teams will advance to play in the USSSA Nationals “World Series” in Gulf Shores, Alabama July 18-23. Also the Ville Platte 8U all star girls under head coach Tommy Fontenot beat Scott 10-9, defeated Metairie 11-1 , lost to Mandeville 13-7 and finally beat the Ville Platte Red Hots team 14-6. The Ville Platte 8U team came out third in their age group and has also qualified along with the Red Hots to compete in the Nationals in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
In boy’s baseball action, the Ville Platte Pitching Machine 8 year old all stars with Coach Lance Chapman competed in a District tournament in Leesville this weekend. The all stars beat Vinton 6-2 and beat Mamou 16-0. We do not have any other scores and don’t have information on how they placed in the tournament.
Also, the Ville Platte T-Ball all stars with Coach Justin Johnson competed in a district tournament in Mamou. The team won all of their pool play games including :beating Deridder 24-11, over Vinton 21-0, beating Vernon Southern 22-17. In bracket play, the all stars Sunday lost to Oakdale 19-9 and beat Oberlin 18-15 in an exciting come from behind victory. KVPI Sports carried many of their games over the weekend. The team next plays Monday at 5;00pm against the winner of Mamou and Oakdale to be broadcast over KVPI 1050 AM.
This weekend, the Ville Platte T-Ball all stars are competing in a Dixie Youth District tournament in Mamou. KVPI Sports will begin following the team in games beginning Saturday after through through Monday with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
Also, the Ville Platte 8 year old Pitching Machine all stars will begin competing Saturday in Leesville. We would like to ask a member of he Pitching Machine team to message us and keep us informed on your scores all weekend. Good luck to our all stars.
We have three girls softball all star teams competing in the state USSSA state softball tournament in Slidell this weekend. We want to wish good luck to the Ville Platte 10U Select team, the Ville Platte 10U Recreational team and the Ville Platte Red Hots all star team. We would like to ask teams to message us any and all scores so we can share on the radio and on Facebook.
The Ville Platte T-Ball All Stars will compete in the Dixie Youth District tournament beginning Thursday through Sunday in Mamou. The team is comprised of: Mari Edwards, Leo LaHaye, James David LaHaye, Luke Vidrine, Aiden Benoit, Carson Johnson, Layne Gremillion, Benjamin Soileau, Brant LeJeune, Sam Blanchard and Branson Mayeux. The coaches are Justin Johnson, Lucas Vidrine, Jermaine Edwards and Zac LaHaye.
KVPI Sports plans to carry some of the pool play games and all of the bracket games with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Keep listening to KVPI sports for more details. Those interested in being a sponsor for these games please call us at KVPI for more information.
KVPI Sports Update
It will be another busy weekend for KVPI Sports. We plan to cover the Ville Platte Super Tens All Stars as they host a round robin Sub District tournament Thursday through Sunday at the Ville Platte Recreational Complex. Here is the broadcast schedule: Thursday 7:30pm-Ville Platte vs. Vernon National; Friday at 6:30pm- Ville Platte vs. Mamou; Saturday- 9:00am- Ville Platte vs. Oakdale and again at 7:30pm- Ville Platte vs. Vernon American; Sunday- 6:00pm- Ville Platte vs. Pine Prairie.
KVPI Sports will plan to carry LSU games in the College World Series from Omaha. First game: LSU vs. Florida State Saturday night at 7:00pm from the LSU Sports Radio Network.
We had two Ville Platte Dixie Youth All Star teams compete in the first week of official post season tournaments.
The Ville Platte 8U Pitching Machine All Stars finished in second place in the sub district tournament played in Oakdale. KVPI Sports began our live coverage in bracket play Saturday morning all the way through Sunday afternoon. Here are the bracket play games: Ville Platte defeated Oakdale National 14-7; Game 2-Oakale American beat Ville Platte 8-5; In game 3- Ville Platte beat Vernon Central 10-0 and in the finals Oakdale American beat Ville Platte 17-3. KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman did the play by play games over KVPI FM 92.5
The Ville Platte 6U T-Ball All Stars competed in a sub district tournament in Leesville this weekend and came out in Third place. Here are the scores of the games: Thursday- Ville Platte defeated Oberlin 21-4; Friday- Ville Platte beat Vernon National- 17-12; Saturday’s game- Oakdale beat Ville Platte 19-18 and the final game Southern National defeated Ville Platte 18-17.
Next weekend, the Ville Platte Super Ten’s all stars will host a sub district tournament at the Ville Platte Recreational complex. The Ville Platte 12 year old Dixie Majors have the weekend off and will by pass sub district competition because they will host their own District tournament on June 29.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry the Super Ten’s all star games next weekend. Those interested in being a sponsor for these games or for placing shoutouts, please contact us at KVPI at 363-2124 for more information.
The Ville Platte Tee Ball All Stars are competing in a sub district tournament this weekend in Leesville. Thursday: The Ville Platte All Stars beat Oberlin 21-4 and Ville Platte defeated Pine Prairie 14-12. On Friday, the Ville Platte All Stars beat Vernon Nationals 17-12. Today: the Ville Platte All Stars will play Oakdale. Good luck to our All Stars.
The Ville Platte Pitching Machine All Stars are competing this weekend in Oakdale in a Sub District tournament. Last night, they beat Vernon 16-0. Today, they played Mamou. KVPI Sports plans to carry their bracket games beginning Saturday afternoon at 1:30 or 3:00pm. The games continue through Sunday. The team includes Ellis Chapman, Daniel Guillory, Lane Joubert, Atticus Lafleur, Samuel Lafleur, Aaron Lejeune, Wesley Ortego, Gavin Patin, Lane Perry, John Soileau, Rylan Soileau and Payton Veillon. The team manager is Lance Ciapman and coaches Rob Guillory, Michael Soileau and Jake Veillon. KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman will be calling the games at this tournament. Good luck to our all stars.
We have two Ville Platte all star teams beginning post season action this weekend.
The Ville Platte Tee ball all stars travel to Leesville today through Sunday to compete in the Sub District Tournament.
The Ville Platte Pitching Machine all stars also begin competing in their Sub District Tournament in Oakdale today through Sunday.
KVPI Sports plans to cover the Pitching Machine all stars in their tournament beginning Saturday afternoon with Bracket games with KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
DIXIE YOUTH ALL STAR TEAMS SELECTED
JUNE 4, 2017
The 2017 Dixie Youth All Star Teams have been selected according to John Pitre, Director of Ville Platte Dixie Youth. The all star teams will begin playing in post season tournaments in the next few weeks.
The 2017 Ville Platte Tee Ball All Star team for 6 and under include:
Alden Cole Benoit, Samuel Edward Blanchard, Jamarion Edwards, Jonathon Freeman, Layne Staley Gremillion, Carson Paul Johnson, James David Lahaye, Leo Zachery Lahaye, Brant Michael LeJeune, Branson Adam Mayeaux, Benjamin Kyle Soileau and Luke Austin Vidrine. The team Manager is Justin Johnson and his Assistant Coaches: Jermain Edwards, Zac Lahaye, and Lucas Vidrine. The team will compete in a sub district tournament June 8-11 in Pine Prairie.
The2017 Ville Platte Pitching Machine All Star team for those 8 and under include: Ellis Randall Chapman, Daniel Trae Guillory, Lane Andrew Joubert, Atticus Yves Lafleur, Samuel lane Lafleur, Aaron Joseph LeJeune, Wesley Todd Ortego, Gavin Jude Patin, Lane Michael Perry, John Aaron Soileau, Rylan Joseph Soileau and Payton Elliot Veillon. The team Manager is Lance Chapman and his coaches: Rob Guillory, Michael Soileau and Jake Veillon. The team will participate in a sub district tournament in Oberlin June 8-11.
The 2017 Ville Platte Super Ten year old All Stars for 10 and under include: Jackson Davis Davis Bruney, Kaigan Micahel Comb, Hayden Dane Deshotel, John Michael Duplechin, Andrew Patrick Fay, Gabriel Adam Fontenot, Zachary Beau Fontenot, Jude Layne Hebert, William Lyle Jorden, Jedd Michael lafleur, Tristan James Mayeux and Boyce Gabriel Shexnider. The Manager is Jason Deshotel and the coaches are Jared Paul Fontenot and Stokie Fontenot. The team’s first tournament is a sub district tournament June 15-19 in Ragley.
The 2017 Ville Platte 12 Year Old All Stars include: Garbiel Aiden Courville, Evan Reese Deshotels, Joseph Bryce Deville, Hayden Anthony Droddy, Ayden Blake Fontenot, Nicholas Luke Fontenot, Adam Blake Hebert, Landon Christopher Leblanc, Richard Colton Manuel, Lawson Wayne May, Isaac Anthony Perry and Wade Aaron Pitre. The team Manager is Josh Deshotels, and his coaches Chris Courville and Joshn Wade Pitre. The team will participate in a sub district tournament June 15-19 in Oakdale.
KVPI Sports will be making arrangements to being carrying some of these games. Keep listening for our daily sports shows for more information.
Here are the softball league city champions:
PLAYERS: Emily Ardoin, Riley St. Cyr, Heidi Ortego, Blaykee Thibideaux, Millie Richard, Karly Reed,
Genevieve Norris, Brooklynn Brown and Morgan Tezeno.
Head Coach: Todd Ardoin ASST coaches: Trent Ortego and Thomas St. Cyr
10 UNDER CHAMPIONS
HURRICANES (pictured here)
PLAYERS: Brooklyn Gerald, Alexis Lafleur, Jenna Manuel, Katherine Fontenot, Tori Spears, Laci LeBas,
Emily Jesclard, J'haeveonna Freeman, Lillian Stansfield , Suzie Lafleur and Caroline Richardson.
Head Coach: Nick LeBas Asst Coaches: Chuck Manuel, Jennifer Vidrine and Rayna Gerald
Team Mom: Dana Fontenot
PLAYERS: Juliet Fontenot, Jordan Lafleur, Aubrey Launey, Marie Aucoin, Jayla O'Conner,
Amelia Fontenot, Maribelle Deville, Maire Deville, Blakelyn Perron and Sophia Fontenot
Head Coach: Amy Fontenot, Asst. Coaches: Cody Lafleur, Jordan Deville and Spencer Launey.
KVPI Sports Update
The Opelousas Catholic Vikings defeated Episcopal High last week in the state quarterfinals 2 games to one at home and broadcast live on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI. The top ranked Vikings advance to play in the state baseball tournament at McMurray Park in Sulpher. Opelousas Catholic will take on #4 ranked Riverside Academy in the state semi final game Thursday morning at 10:00am. KVPI Sports plans to carry that game live over KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Should Opelousas Catholic win, they will advance to play in the state championship game Saturday at 5:00pm. Good luck to the Vikings.
KVPI Sports Update
KVPI Sports plans to cover the Opelousas Catholic High School Vikings as they advance to play in the state quarterfinals this weekend at home. The Vikings will be hosting Episcopal High Friday at 4:00pm, Saturday at 11;00am and if need be a third game at 2;00pm live on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com. KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman will be doing play by play.
The Pine Prairie High Lady Panthers will compete against Winfield in the State Softball tournament in Sulpher Friday at 12 noon in the state quarterfinals for Class 3-A. You can hear the game live on KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. Should the Lady Panthers they will next play at 2;00pm Saturday in the semi finals and the finals are set for Saturday night at 7;30pm.
We have two high school boys baseball teams in the state playoffs: Sacred Heart and Mamou.
The Sacred Heart Trojans will travel to play St. Charles High in a best two out of three tournament to be broadcast live on KVPI FM with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully. Their first game is Friday at 4;30pm. Game Two is Saturday at 11;00am and if need be, a third game is at 2;00pm.
Also The Mamou High Green Demons will travel to play Many in the Regional round of the playoffs. They will also play in a best two out of three. Their first game is Friday night at 6;00pm. Their second game is Saturday at 10:00am and if need be, a third game will be at 12 noon.
Good luck to all our local and area teams in the playoffs.
High School Sports Update
The High School baseball playoff brackets have been released by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
We have three parish baseball teams going into the state playoffs:
The Sacred Heart High Trojans will enter the playoffs in the Regional round beginning Friday. The team will travel to play St. Charles in LaPlace in a best two out of three. The first game is at 4:30pm. The second game is Saturday at 11:00am and if necessary a third game at 2;00pm.
The Mamou High Green Demons enter the state playoffs in a Bi District game hosting Oakdale Tuesday in a 2-A matchup.
The Pine Prairie High Panthers, in another Bi District matchup, will travel to play North Vermillion Monday at 4;00pm.
In Softball playoff action, the Pine Prairie High Lady Panthers will enter the State Softball Tournament in Sulpher. In Quarterfinal action, the Lady Panthers will take on Winnfield Friday at 12 noon.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry some of these games. Keep listening to our morning sports show at 7:10am to get more details.
KVPI Sports plans to cover more local and area games for sports fans in our area. On Thursday night, the Sacred Heart High Lady Trojans travel to play Opelousas Catholic in the first round of the state softball playoffs. Game time is 4;00pm with pre game at 3:45pm on KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully.
On Friday, we plan to cover the Sacred Heart Trojans as they play district rival Notre Dame at 4:30pm live on KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully. Pre game coverage begins at 4:15pm. The baseball playoff games begin next week.
Also on Friday, the Pine Prairie High Lady Panthers will host Buckeye at 6;00pm live on KVPI FM 92.5 with pre game at 5:45pm with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman
KVPI Sports will be covering all three Evangeline Parish High School girls softball teams going into the state playoffs this week.
The Pine Prairie High Lady Panthers will host Northwest Tuesday at 6;00pm live on 92.5 KVPI FM with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully. The Mamou High Lady Demons will hosts Lake Arthur Tuesday at 5:30pm on KVPI 1050 AM and on kvpionline.com with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman. The Sacred Heart Lady Trojans will travel to play Opelousas Catholic Thursday at 4:00pm on 92.5 KVPI FM with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully. We are searching for a Sacred Heart Softball Team Photo that you could share for us to add on our social sites. Good luck to all our parish softball teams in the state playoffs.
High School Softball Playoffs Begin
There are three high school girls softball teams going in to the first round of the state softball playoffs in Evangeline Parish this week.
The Pine Prairie High Lady Panthers will be hosting Northwest High Tuesday after noon at 5:30pm.
The Mamou High Lady Demons will be hosting Lake Arthur Tuesday at 5;30 .
The Sacred Heart Lady Trojans will be traveling to take on Opelousas Catholic Thursday at 4;00pm.
Due to the Sacred Heart Lady Trojan game, the Trojan baseball game due to be played Thursday has been rescheduled for Friday at 4;30pm against Notre Dame.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry some of these games. Keep listening to our morning sports at 7;10am for more details.
The Ville Platte city league baseball and softball leagues begin play Saturday at the Ville Platte Recreational Complex. Every team with Dixie Youth and Girls Inc. will be competing in the opening day games. The officials, coaches and teams will be recognized during the opening ceremonies at 12:30pm. KVPI-FM 92.5 plans to cover the opening games along with two boys games and two girls games with sports announcer Thomas Scully.
Here is the complete schedule of games:
In Dixie Youth games: 8:45am- Pitching Machine Aces vs. Bees and T Ball Cubs vs. Bees; at 10:00am- Pitching Machine Dots vs. Cubs and T Ball Falcons vs. Dots; at 11:15am-Pitching Machine Giants vs. Dots and T Ball Giants vs. Elks; 1:30pm- Dixie Majors Elks vs. Giants and T Ball Aces vs. Falcons; 3:30pm- Dixie Majors Falcons vs. Hawks; 2:45pm- Dixie Minors Aces vs. Bees; 4:00pm- Dixie Minors Cubs vs. Dots and 5:15pm- Dixie Minors Elks vs. Dots.
In Girls Softball action in the opening day games: 9:30am- Butterflies vs. Lovebugs and Crickets vs. Fireflies; 10:30am- Honeybees vs. Ladybugs and the Dragonflies vs. Fireflies; 1:00pm- Fawns vs. Chicks; 2;00pm- Kits vs. Fillies ; 3:0pm- Bunnies vs. Pups; 1:00pm- Sharks vs. Hurricanes; 2:15pm- Thunder vs. Eclipse and 3:30pm- Storm vs. Lightning.
There is no admission charge. There will be a concession booth with food and drinks for sale. Come out and support our young people on Saturday.
Our Sacred Heart baseball game of the week will be Tuesday at 5:30pm as the Trojans travel to play Ouachita Christian at Louisiana College in Pineville with KVPI Sports Announcer Thomas Scully over 92.5 KVPI.
The Sacred Heart High Trojans today defeated St. Ed's by a score 12-11. Sacred Heart's next game against Simpson Friday night at 6:00pm will be broadcast live on KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully.
February 26, 2017
In Boy’s High School Basketball action Friday night:
Mamou High Demons beat Jeanerette 65-62. The Green Demons will travel to play Lakeside Tuesday night at 6:00pm.
The Ville Platte High Bulldogs beat Vidalia 79-60. The Bulldogs will travel to play Amite Tuesday night at 7:00pm in the second round of the playoffs.
Also, Sacred Heart lost to St. Thomas Aquinas 62-24. The Basile High Bearcats lost to Arcadia 66-43.
Good luck to Ville Platte and Mamou in the playoffs.
In Girls Basketball, we have two girls teams going to the Top 28 basketball tournament in Hammond:
Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs will play South Beauregard at 6:15pm Wednesday night;
Mamou High Lady Demons will play Rayville Wednesday at 11;30am. KVPI Sports plans to broadcast both of these games on 92.5 KVPI FM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATE
FEBRUARY 24, 2017
In High School Girls basketball playoff action Thursday night, the Ville Platte High lady Bulldogs defeated Iowa 77-39 in a game broadcast over KVPI FM. The Lady Bulldogs advance to the Top 28 girls basketball tournament in Hammond next week. The team will face South Beauregard in the state semi final game Wednesday March 1 at 6:15pm.
Also, the Mamou High Lady Demons beat Rapides High last night 68-55. The team advances to also play in a state semi final game against Rayville at the Top 28 tournament in Hammond Wednesday March 1 at 11;30am.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to broadcast both games. Any business interested in being a sponsor for these games, please contact us at 363-2124 for more details.
KVPI Sports will be covering the Pine Prairie High Panthers Bi District Playoff game Friday night at 7:00pm as they travel to play against South Beauregard in Longville. KVPI Sports Announcer Micah Chatman will be doing the play by play. You can hear the game on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com.
Other first round games Friday: Sacred Heart travel to play St. Thomas Aquinas at 6:0pm; Basile High travels to play Arcadia at 6;00pm; Mamou hosts Jeanerette at 7:00pm and Ville Platte High hosts Vidalia at 6:00pm. Good luck to all our parish teams in the playoffs.
KVPI Sports plans to carry the regional round of the High School Girls Basketball action Monday night: The Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs hosting Wossman at 6;00pm with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman over KVPI 1050 AM The Legend and the Sacred Heart Lady Trohans traveling to play Episcopal in Baton Rouge Monday night at 6;00pm with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully over KVPI FM 92.5. Thank you to our sponsors for making possible our sports coverage.
We have four Evangeline Parish girl’s basketball teams advancing to the regional round of the state playoffs. All four games will take place Monday night with 6:00pm starts.
Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs advance to round two by hosting Wossman to be broadcast live on KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman;
Sacred Heart Lady Trojans travel to play Episcopal High in Baton Rouge with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully over KVPI FM 92.5.
Basile High Lady Bearcats travels to play Arcadia.
Mamou High Lady Demons hosts Lakeview.
Good luck to all of our local and area teams in the playoffs.
The first round of the high school basketball girls basketball playoffs begin Thursday night. Here is the schedule of Evangeline Parish High School games: Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs hosts Frankin; Sacred Heart High Lady Trojans will hosts Ouachita Christian; Pine Prairie High Lady Bearcats travel to play Erath; Mamou High Lady Demons hosts South Plaquemine and Basile High Lady Bearcats travel to play Centerville. Good luck to all of our parish teams in the playoffs. Keep listening to our daily sports shows for more information on which games we will be covering.
It's football double header this week on KVPI FM 92..5. First, make plans to tune in for our own local fantasy game: The 2017 Boudin Bowl Wednesday night Feb. 1 at 6:00pm with our announcing staff: Tracy Jagneaux and Tim Fontenot from the Goyo Memorial stadium. Be sure to qualify to win free squares to win great prizes in our football pool. Then Sunday evening, we will join Westwood One's coverage of the Super Bowl Sunday with kickoff at 5:00pm on KVPI FM 92.5.
The Sacred Heart High Turkey Tournament continued Tuesday with a full day of games at Trojan Gym.
Here are the final scores of Tuesday’s games:
Boys action: Oak Hill 53 Sacred Heart 35; Crowley 64 Iota 44; Pine Prairie 71 South Cameron 38; Pine Prairie 62 Oak Hill 37; Montgomery 53 St Edmund 32.
Girls action: In overtime action, the Sacred Heart Lady Trojans beat Oak Hill 46-44; Oakdale 50 Pine Prairie 22; Oak Hill 46 Basile 42; St. Edmund 40 Basile 33.
In the finals today: Sacred Heart Lady Trojans will play Oakdale at 6:30 tonight while the Pine Prairie High Panthers will take on Crowley in the boys finals at 8:00pm tonight.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to continue our coverage of the Northwest High Raiders in the state playoffs. After their huge win over Jena Friday, the Raiders will next travel to play West Feliciana High Friday night at 7:00pm. You will hear the game on 92.5 KVPI FM and on the web at classichits925.com with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
The KVPI Sports team, Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman will be covering the Northwest High-Jena playoff game Friday night over 92.5 KVPI FM and on classichits925.com. Northwest High, undefeated in the regular season, advances in the playoffs to host Jena at home Friday night at 7:00pm. Pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6:30.
SACRED HEART PITCHER SIGNS WITH MCNEESE
NOVEMBER 9, 2016
Sacred Heart High School honored senior pitcher Connor Fontenot today (Wednesday) during National Signing Day. The entire Sacred Heart student body was invited to the school gym as School Principal Dawn Shipp recognized Fontenot, the son of Brandon Fontenot and Brandy Estis. Baseball Coach Gary Ashworth and his assistant coaches also spoke during the special program. Fontenot will receive an athletic scholarship to attend McNeese State University in Lake Charles. After the special program, students and faculty enjoyed a special cake with the McNeese logo. KVPI congratulates Connor and wishes him the best of luck.
Now that the regular season in high school football is over, there are two high school football teams advancing to the state playoffs.
KVPI Sports is making arrangements to follow the Sacred Heart Trojans traveling to play Riverside Academy Friday night in the New Orleans area Friday night at 7:00pm. The KVPI Sports Team, Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman, will be there calling the game for fans back home on 92,5 KVPI FM and on classichits925.com with pre game at 6:45. Those businesses interested in being a sponsor or parents wanting to do a shoutout are invited to contact a sales representative at 363-2124.
The second team making the playoffs is Basile High planning to travel to Lincoln Prep School in Grambling Friday night.
We want to wish both teams good luck as they advance in the state playoffs.
KVPI Sports Update
Be sure to tune in to 92.5 KVPI FM Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine as KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talk with parish high school coaches. This will be the final coach’s show for the regular season.
Our KVPI High School Football Game of the Week is Friday night at 7:00pm as Basile High hosts St. Edmunds High with pre game at 6;30pm and the SEC report at 6:30pm. Hear the game with the KVPI Sports Team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
College Football Saturday: LSU hosts #1 ranked Alabama Saturday night at 7:00pm live on KVPI FM 92.5.
KVPI SPORTS UPDATE
Be sure to tune in to the High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with our parish football coaches. You are invited to be there in person and cheer on your favorite school at the show or listen on 92.5 KVPI-FM.
Our KVPI High School Football Game of the Week is Ville Platte High hosting Pine Prairie Friday night at 7:00pm on KVPI FM 92.5 with pre game at 6:45pm and the S.E.C. Report at 6:30pm with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
LSU has a bye week this weekend.
KVPI Sports Update:
Here is what is coming up this week on KVPI Sports:
The High School Football Coach’s show Wednesday night at 6:30pm at the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with Tracey Jagneau talking with the parish football coaches over 92.5 KVPI FM and on classic925.com.
High School Football Game of the Week: Sacred Heart Hosts West St. Mary at 7:00pm Friday Oct. 21 with pre game at 6:45 and the SEC report at 6;30pm on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com with the KVPI Sports Team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
College Football: LSU vs. Ole Miss at 8:00pm Saturday Oct. 22 on KVPI FM 92.5
Listen to our daily sports shows at 7:05am and 12:25pm.
Another busy week in local sports over KVPI.
Tune in to the weekly High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm on KVPI FM 92.5 live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with our parish football coaches.
Tune in to the LSU Coach’s show Wednesday night at 7:00pm live on KVPI 1050 AM.
KVPI Sports presents two games this week: Thursday night, we will cover the Basile-Westminster game at 7:00pm with pre game at 6:45pm on KVPI FM 92.5. On Friday night, we will broadcast the Ville Platte High-Port Barre game at 7:00pm with pre game at 6;45 and the SEC report at 6:30pm on KVPI FM 92.5. Both games will be covered by the KVPI Sports team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
College football action: LSU vs. Southern Miss at 6:30pm Saturday night live on KVPI FM 92.5 from the LSU Sports Network.
KVPI Sports Presents our weekly High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux. He will be talking with Evangeline Parish Football Coaches.
Friday night, listen to our High School Football Game of the Week at 7:00pm: Pine Prairie High Hosts Northwest High with Pre Game at 6:45 and the SEC Report at 6:30pm with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
College Football Action: LSU vs. Florida at 11;00am over KVPI 1050 AM.
KVPI Sports will be carrying the Pine Prairie-Mamou game in our High School game of the week Friday night at 7;00pm live on KVPI-FM 92.5 with pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6;30pm. Join the KVPI Sports team, Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman live at Mamou High Green Demon field.
Also, we will be carrying the LSU-Auburn game Saturday afternoon with kickoff scheduled for 5;00pm live on KVPI-FM 92.5 on your official LSU Sports network station.
Our KVPI High School Game of the Week is Friday night at 7:00pm, we will cover the Sacred Heart-Houma Christian game being played at Sacred Heart. Game time is 7:00pm with pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6:30pm. Join the KVPI Sports team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman for all the exciting football action on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com.
Listen to the next LSU game Saturday night as LSU plays Mississippi State Saturday night at 6:00pm on your official LSU Sports network station, KVPI FM 92.5 .
Tune in to our local sports shows at 7:10am and 12:25pm each day Monday through Friday on both KVPI AM and FM.
The High School Coachs show live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine Wednesday nights at 6;30pm with Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with all of the parish coaches live on KVPI FM 92.5.
High School Football Double Header:
Thursday night: Sacred Heart at Port Barre at 7:00pm.
Friday night: Ville Platte at Basile at 7:00pm. Both games on KVPI FM 92.5 with Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.
College Football Saturday: LSU vs. Jacksonville at 6:30pm live on KVPI FM 92.5.
KVPI Sports will be broadcasting both games of the Evangeline Parish High School Football Jamboree live from Mamou High Green Demon Stadium kicking off our season of high school football. The first games has Ville Platte Pine Prairie at 6;00pm. The second game will have Mamou Hosting Basile. The KVPI Sports Team will be there covering all of the games this football season: Play by Play Announcer Tracy Jagneaux and Color Analyst Micah Chatman. Listen each week for the high school football coach’s show live from the Crawfish Barn with Tracy Jagneaux talking with all of our parish football coaches Wednesday nights at 6;30pm beginning next Wednesday August 31 throughout the football season.
Sacred Heart will travel to play in the Joe Nagata Memorial Jamboree playing St. Edmunds Friday night in Eunice at about 7:30pm.
The Pine Prairie High School cheerleaders visited KVPI studios today to record special cheers that will air throughout football season.
The KVPI Sports Team, Play by Play Announcer Tracy Jagneaux and Color Analyst Micah Chatman are ready to cover Evangeline Parish High School Football Action for the 2016 season. Once again, we will have a game of the week with some weeks we will cover two games. We plan to broadcast some games from every high school in the parish beginning with the Parish Jamboree August 26 at Mamou. Join us every Friday night at 7:00pm on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI FM, Acadiana's Sports Connection.
The Louisiana All Stars were defeated by the North Carolina All Stars tonight (Monday) at the Dixie Youth World Series in Laurel, Mississippi by a score 4-3. With the defeat the team from Ville Platte was eliminated from the World Series.
Recapping their games, the All Stars lost their first game Saturday night to the host team. They came back and won their second game against Virginia.
All of us back home in Ville Platte would like to congratulate Hayden Fontenot, Aiden Brignac, Remington Guillory, Dylan Blevins, Evan Deshotels, Gabe Courville, Isaac Leger, Amarion Watson, Bryce Deville, Sam Fontenot, Ethan Fontenot and Landry Lafleur. Congratulations to Head Coach Delaney Fontenot and his Assistant Coaches: Chris Brignac and Chris Guillory.
The all stars swept through Sub District, District, Regional and State tournament without a loss. We are very proud of the boys, parents and coaches for their efforts and for representing us well in the world series.
KVPI would like to thank our Sports Announcer Eric Leger for doing a great job doing play by play.
Ville Platte All Stars Win Game Two in World Series
August 7, 2016
After losing its first game Saturday night to the host team, 4-0, the Louisiana All Stars came roaring back Sunday beating Virginia 11- in the Dixie Youth World Series from Laurel, Mississippi. The All Stars will next play at 5:45 Monday live on KVPI-FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.
KVPI sponsored a fund raising "radio thon" this (Tuesday) morning for the benefit of the Ville Platte 12 year old all stars, the Louisiana Champs who will compete in the Dixie Youth World Series this weekend.
All of theboys along with the coaches and parents were in attendance with Steph in the Non Blonde Cafe onClassic Hits 92.5 KVPI. The parents of the boys answered the phonecals fromlisteners who made donations. The team raised approximately $1200 during the three houd fund raiser.
Special thanks to everyone who made a donation during our radio thon. KVPI Sports plans to carry all of the ville Platte games in the World Series live from Laurle, Mississipi beginning Satuday night with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.
The Ville Platte Louisiana All Stars will be in the studio tomorrow morning in their uniforms ready to take your donations to help them with expenses to travel to Laurel, Mississippi to compete in The Dixie Youth Dixie Major World Series next weekend! The players will personally come to your business or home and pick up your donations. Let's help them out, they have come a long way! You can call in your donations at 337-363-2124.
Ville Platte 12’s Dixie Majors State Champs
July 23, 2016
Congratulations to the Ville Platte 12 year old all stars who captured the state title today (Saturday) in the Dixie Youth Dixie Majors State Tournament held in Alexandria. The final score was 20-4 as Ville Platte defeated Cleary Playground from New Orleans. The Ville Platte 12’s team has swept through all their tournaments with an incredible undefeated record. Congratulations to the entire team: Hayden Fontenot, Aiden Brignac, Remington Guillory, Dylan Blevins, Evan Deshotels, Gabe Courville, Isaac Leger, Amarion Watson, Bryce Deville, Sam Fontenot, Ethan Fontenot and Landry Lafleur. Congratulations to Head Coach Delaney Fontenot and his Assistant Coaches: Chris Brignac and Chris Guillory.
The team will represent Louisiana in the Dixie Youth World Series against eleven other teams in Laurel, Mississippi beginning August 6. KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry all of our boys games in the world series.
Congratulations to the Ville Platte Dixie Majors All Stars who captured the regional championship tonight over St. Mary's by a score of 7-1. The team advances to the state Dixie Youth tournament beginning Friday in Alexandria for the 2 our of 3 tournament. KVPI Sports is making plans to carry those games for fans and family back home. KVPI carried all of the regional tournament games with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.
Our Ville Platte Super Tens lost to West Carroll tonight 7-0 and was eliminated from the regional tournament. We want to congratulate Coach John Pitre, all of his assistants and the entire team for their accomplishments from Sub District, District and Regional Tournaments. Thank you for representing Ville Platte well. All of the Super Ten games were carried over KVPI with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
Congratulations to the Mamou Super Tens who defeated Franklin in their game. Mamou will play again in the Finals Wednesday to determine the regional champ and who advances to the state tournament.
The Ville Platte 12 year old all stars remain undefeated in the Dixie Youth Regional Tournament going on in the Morgan City area. Last night, the 12 year old all star beat Pontiff 13-0. They will play in the finals today at 5:30 against St. Mary. You can hear that game at 5:30pm over KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.
Our Ville Platte Super Ten all stars lost its first game of their regional tournament at the hands of West Carroll by a score of 9-2. The two teams will face each other in the finals today at 5:30. You can hear that game over KVPI AM 1050 with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.
Also, the Mamou Super Tens all Stars beat St. Mary Central. The Mamou All Stars advance to play in the finals today at 5:30.
Good luck to all our all stars.
IN BASEBALL NEWS:
IN THE DIXIE YOUTH REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS IN MORGAN CITY:
THE VILLE PLATTE SUPER TENS WON OVER MINDEN 10-0.
THE MAMOU SUPER TENS ALSO WON LAST NIGHT.
IN THE 12 YEAR OLD REGIONAL TOURNAMNT IN MORGAN CITY, THE VILLE PLATTE 12 YEAR OLD ALL STARS WON 12-5 OVER MINDEN.
BOTH GAMES WERE HEARD OVER KVPI.
THE VILLE PLATTE 12 YEAR OLD ALL STARS WILL PLAY TONIGHT AT 7;30 LIVE ON KVPI FM WITH ERIC LEGER DOING THE PLAY BY PLAYWHILE THE VILLE PLATTE SUPER TENS GAME WILL BE AT 7:30PM OVER KVPI AM WITH MICAH CHATMAN CALLING THE GAME.
The 2016 regional tournaments began today in Morgan City for three of our local and area Dixie Youth teams The Ville Platte and Mamou Super Tens play today in their tournament. The Ville Platte Super Tens beat West Carroll 10-4. They will next play at 5:30pm Saturday. No score on the Mamou Super Tens game. The Ville Platte 12 year old Dixie Majors beat St. Mary Central by a score of 6-1. The next game is at 7:00pm Saturday.
KVPI Sports plans to begin our coverage of the Ville Platte teams on Saturday. The Super Tens game will be on KVPI 1050AM and on kvpionline.com with Micah Chatman at 5:30pm while the 12 year olds game will be on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com with Sports Announcer Eric Leger at 7:00pm
Ville Platte Girls Update: Here's the latest news from the Pony World Series: The Ville Platte 6U all stars beat host team Youngsville 16-9 over KVPI after a long rain delay. Austin, Texas beat the Ville Platte 6U girls 20-12 in a game over KVPI. The 6U girls won tonight 15-6. Their next game is 8:00am.
The Ville Platte 8U girls were beaten by the Dirt Diamond team 14-5. In a second game, Harlingen Texas beat the Ville Platte 8U girls 16-0. As a result of the loss, our 8U girls were eliminated from the world series. All of us want to express our appreciation to the 8U girls and to Coach Jason Fontenot and his assistants Brian Bergeron, Mike Veillon and Katra Brignac for all their hard work. We are very proud of what you accomplished and for representing us well in the world series.
The Ville Platte 10U all stars beat Laredo, Texas 9-3 and advance to play in the winner's bracket at 8:00am against the Texas Blasters.
We want to thank Coach Tracy Jagneau for covering the games for us to bring them to our listeners for our listeners who could not attend in person. A special thanks to all our sponsors.