Crescent City Sports to live stream LHSAA bowling finals Monday
NEW ORLEANS – Crescent City Sports is proud to once again partner with the Louisiana High School Athletic Association with a live stream of the boys and girls finals of the LHSAA bowling championship Monday afternoon from Premier Lanes in Gonzales.
Coverage of the boys final is scheduled for just before the 2 p.m. scheduled start, with the girls championship match to follow at 4 p.m. CCS’ Ken Trahan and Lenny Vangilder will describe the action.
The matchups will be set earlier Monday when semifinals are contested in each bracket, also at Premier.
In the boys bracket, top-seeded Catholic High faces No. 5 seed and two-time defending champion Brother Martin, while sixth-seeded East Ascension meets No. 7 seed Central. The girls semifinal matchups feature a matchup of unbeaten teams in No. 2 seed Archbishop Chapelle and third-seeded St. Amant, while in the other matchup, No. 5 seed Dutchtown takes on ninth-seeded Central.
Early-round action in both the boys and girls brackets was contested earlier this week at Creole Lanes in Houma, AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner and All Star Lanes in Baton Rouge, trimming the fields from 32 boys and 16 girls teams down to the semifinalists in each bracket.
Crescent City Sports live-streamed the 2019 LHSAA bowling finals, won by the Brother Martin boys and Academy of Our Lady girls. The 2020 bowling championship and all other LHSAA spring sports championships were canceled because of COVID-19.
The Crescent City Sports team is in its 10th season of producing live broadcasts for television and internet, having produced broadcasts of more than 300 live games since 2012, and is continuing its extensive commitment to prep sports coverage on its website for 2020-21. Additionally, in cooperation with Cox Sports Television, CCS will also produce additional events that will both be televised on CST and streamed on the site.
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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;…