Crescent City Sports to live stream LHSAA bowling finals Thursday

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(Photo: Bill Arthurs)

NEW ORLEANS – Crescent City Sports is proud to once again partner with the Louisiana High School Athletic Association for live streaming of the semifinals and finals of the Ochsner LHSAA Bowling Championship Thursday from All Star Lanes in Baton Rouge.

Coverage begins just prior to the 10:30 a.m. start of the four semifinals, with whip-around coverage of those matches, and continues with the girls championship at 1:30 p.m. and the boys final at 3:30 p.m. CCS’ Ken Trahan and Lenny Vangilder will be joined by Kent Lowe on the broadcast.

The boys semifinals match top-seeded and undefeated Brother Martin, winner of the last three championships, against No. 12 seed Vandebilt Catholic, and second-seeded Catholic High against No. 6 seed Archbishop Shaw. The girls semis match No. 1 seed Ponchatoula against 13th-seeded Byrd and an all-Baton Rouge region matchup between No. 2 seed Dutchtown, the only returning semifinalist from a year ago, and sixth-seeded Denham Springs.

Early-round action in both the boys and girls brackets was contested last week at Holiday Lanes in Bossier City, AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner and Premier Acadiana Lanes in Lafayette, trimming the fields from 32 boys and 16 girls teams down to the semifinalists in each bracket.

This is the third consecutive championship Crescent City Sports has live streamed the LHSAA bowling finals, joining the 2019 and 2021 events. The 2020 championship was cancelled because of COVID-19.

The Crescent City Sports team is in its 11th season of producing live broadcasts for television and internet, having produced more than 350 live streams since 2012, and is continuing its extensive commitment to prep sports coverage on its website for 2021-22.

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Lenny Vangilder


Lenny was involved in college athletics starting in the early 1980s, when he began working Tulane University sporting events while still attending Archbishop Rummel High School. He continued that relationship as a student at Loyola University, where he graduated in 1987. For the next 11 years, Vangilder worked in the sports information offices at Southwestern Louisiana (now UL-Lafayette) and Tulane;…

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