Athletics

Falcon News

List of 20 news stories.

  • All-Star Swimmers

    Four ESA swimmers competed in the first annual LHSAA All Star Swim Meet in Lutcher. 2018 LHSAA State Championship Top 16 Swimmers from all divisions were invited to swim. There were over 100 High schools represented from across the state. Elena Alvarado, Regan Manning, Ryan Rhoades, and Michael dela Rosa all swam two events plus relays and all placed in the Top 10 to help the West Team earn the points to defeat the East Team. Congratulations, Falcon swimmers!
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  • Middle School Athletic Awards

    ESA Middle School celebrated athletic seasons with an Athletic Awards chapel on Wednesday. MS Athletic Director Stephen Devine recognized fifth grade athletes on Thursday at the Lafayette Campus. Congratulations to the players who earned awards, and thanks to all of our athletes for representing ESA so well! 

    View a list of awards here.
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  • Baseball All-District Honors

    ESA Baseball has four players on the All-District roster. Henry Shuffler, '20, was named to the first team as a pitcher, and Matthew Carey, '19, made the first team as a utility player. Ben Bordes, '20, and Clay Hebert, '22, were named to the second team. Congratulations, Falcons!
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  • Sports Awards

    At Thursday night's Daily Advertiser Sports Awards, Samantha Withers was named the female track athlete of the year, and Parrish Anderson was named the boys soccer athlete of the year. Congratulations to Sam, Parrish, and ESA's other nominees (Sam, Aline Malek, Christian Herpin, Jackson Spoon and Oliver Nickel for Cross Country; Haley Waddell and Keegan Riley for tennis; Taylore Louviere for volleyball; Oliver Nickel for golf; Elena Alvarado, Regan Manning, Isabella Sabbaghian, Michael dela Rosa, and Ryan Rhoades for swimming; and Cassie Bowers, Ella Frantzen, Nate Mouton, and Will Cowan for soccer!  
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  • Athletic Commitments

    ESA celebrated five more senior athletes who have committed to play at the college level: Samantha Withers - cross country and track at Rhodes College, Ella Frantzen - soccer at Tufts University, Parrish Anderson - soccer at LSUE, and Tommy Burns and Nathan Mouton - soccer at Hanover College. With the five who committed earlier this year (Taylore Louviere - sand volleyball at Carson-Newman University, Hailie and Kailie Williams - volleyball at Wiley College, Cassie Bowers - soccer at Trinity University, and Reuben Egan - basketball at Sarah Lawrence College), that's ten college athletes out of a class of 40. Congratulations, Class of 2019!
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  • Girls Track - State Champs!

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  • ESA Golf Shines at State

    Congratulations, ESA Golf - Division IV State Runner-Up! Junior Oliver Nickel led the Falcons and won the individual State Championship. Left to right: Coach Stephen Nickel, Oliver Nickel, Adam Trahan, Sam Castille, Charlie Blanchard, Josie Movassaghi, and Coach Robbie Trahan. 
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  • Spring Sports Update

    ESA Tennis competed in the State tournament in Monroe last week. Playing for the Falcons were Keegan Riley, Randy Moity, Emile Meyer, Caymann Dominique, Luke LeGoullon, Hayden Boagni, Haley Waddell, Caitlin Chen, Ayden Brown, Hannah Kitakule, Stella Falterman and Divya Kasarla. Ayden and Hannah reached the semifinals. Congratulations, Falcons!
     
    ESA Golf took first place at Regionals last week. Oliver Nickel placed 2nd, Adam Trahan, 6th, and Sam Castille, 7th. The team will compete in State on Monday and Tuesday at Farm D'Allie. 
     
    ESA Baseball will play its first playoff game of the season against Northside Christian on Tuesday at 5pm in Crowley. 
     
    ESA Girls Track & Field placed first in Regionals, and boys placed second. Read all about the individual and team victories on The Advertiser's website. Track & Field will compete at State on Thursday at LSU. 
     
    Good luck, Falcons!
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  • Soccer Honors

    Congratulations to Parrish Anderson, '19, named All-Acadiana MVP! And congratulations to these girls' soccer players honored by the Louisiana High School Soccer Coaches Association: Div. IV Comeback Player of the Year - Christiaan Thibodeaux, and Freshman All-State first team - Madeline Breaux, Piper Leger, and Lily Wu-Laudun, and second team - Taylor Guillotte!
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  • All-State Soccer

    Congratulations to ESA's All-State Boys Soccer players: 1st Team - Parrish Anderson (top right), Will Cowan (bottom left), and Nathan Mouton (top left); 2nd Team - Tommy Burns (bottom right); All State Offensive MVP: Parrish Anderson!
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  • Basketball All-District Honors

    Three ESA Basketball players have been named to the 6-B All-District teams: Henry Shuffler (right) - 1st team, Reuben Egan (left) - 2nd team, and Oliver Nickel (center) - Honorable Mention. Congratulations, Falcons!
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  • All-District and All-State Girls Soccer

    All-District and All-State honors have been announced for Girls Soccer. Congratulations to Overall District MVP Cassie Bowers, 1st Team All-District members Cassie Bowers, Ella Frantzen, and Samantha Withers, 2nd Team All-District members Anna LeGoullon and Aline Malek, and Honorable Mentions Christiaan Thibodeaux and Lily Wu-Laudun, as well as All-State 1st Team members Cassie Bowers and Samantha Withers, and 2nd Team member Ella Frantzen!
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  • All-District Boys Soccer

    All-District honors have been announced for Boys' Soccer. Congratulations to Overall MVP Tommy Burns, Offensive MVP Parrish Anderson, Defensive MVP Will Cowan, 1st Team All-District members Will Cowan, Tommy Burns, Parrish Anderson, Nathan Mouton, Jack Guidry and Jude Miller, and 2nd Team All-District members Christian Herpin and Adam Sabbaghian! 
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  • Girls Soccer - State Runner-Up!

    Final score - Loyola Prep 3, ESA 0. Congratulations to Coach Devine and the Falcons for a State Runner-Up finish and a fantastic season!
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  • ESA Girls Soccer Headed to State Finals

    Girls Soccer defeated McGehee 1-0 Friday to earn a spot in the State finals this Friday, February 22nd at 5:00pm. The team will take on Loyola Prep at UL-Lafayette's soccer complex. Go Falcons!
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  • ESA Athletes Commit

    Congratulations to the ESA senior athletes who committed to play on National Signing Day, February 6th. Cassie Bowers, left, will play soccer for Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Hailie and Kailie Williams, center, will join the volleyball team at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas. And Reuben Egan will play basketball for Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. 
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  • ESA Soccer in Playoffs

    ESA Girls and Boys Soccer won their first playoff games Tuesday night. The girls defeated Episcopal of Baton Rouge 3-0, and the boys beat Houma Christian 9-1 to advance to the quarterfinals. On Monday, the girls will travel to Catholic High for a 6:30pm game, while the boys will take on St. Thomas Aquinas at home at 6:00pm. Admission is $8. Good luck, Falcons!
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  • ESA Soccer Senior Night

    ESA Soccer celebrated Senior Night! Thanks to seniors Ella Frantzen, Cassie Bowers, Anna LeGoullon, and Samantha Withers, as well as Sloane Brasseaux, Jude Miller, Parrish Anderson, Ethan Boagni, Tommy Burns, Nathan Mouton, Will Cowan, and Landon Chrysler for leading the boys and girls teams this season! Entering the playoffs, both teams have byes in the first round, with the girls seeded second and the boys seeded first. Good luck, Falcons! And congratulations to ESA Soccer players Parrish Anderson, Nathan Mouton, and Cassie Bowers, named to the 2019 All-Star teams!
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  • Coach JB Brunet Named Louisiana Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to Coach JB Brunet (left). He has been named the 2017-2018 Louisiana Boys Soccer Coach of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations!
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  • Louviere Named MVP

    Congratulations to Taylore Louviere, '19, named Best of the Teche Volleyball MVP!
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