Capt. Shreve’s Aaliyah Stevenson drives to the basket during a game against Evangel at Evangel Christian Academy Tuesday night.
Shout it from the rooftops, break out the bubbly. The Captain Shreve Lady Gators are your District 1-5A champions for the first time in 50 years – the first since the school began, heck, maybe since time began.
Not even when the great Danielle Butler was roaming the Gator pen under the late Carolyn Boydstun did the team enjoy this success.
The renaissance in the girls’ basketball program was capped with a relatively easy 65-46 victory over injury riddled Evangel Tuesday night in the Lady Eagles’ gym. The Lady Gators clinched at least a share of the title that has been mostly owned by Southwood over the years. If Keith Green’s club can defeat Byrd Friday night, they have the title all alone. Continue reading
Last Spring Captain Shreve’s Theatre Performance Team was approached by the Shreveport Police Department to help create a mock accident depicting the consequences of driving under the influence. It was an enormous undertaking involving the Shreveport Police Department, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Department, Willis-Knighton Pierremont, Shreveport Fire Department, Life Air rescue, the Coroner’s office, a local funeral home, two film crews, and a professional special effects and makeup crew.
The Theatre Performance Team is proud to have been a part of Operation Prom Night. We hope this video will help young people make smart choices and be safe.
Friday night’s game between Shreve and Loyola is arklatexhomepage.com‘s Game of the Week. Watch the video from reporter Mark Barnard below:
A reception and ceremony will take place Oct. 22.
Northwestern State University’s Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development will recognize several individuals during Homecoming festivities. The College will induct five new members into the Hall of Distinguished Educators and recognize an Outstanding Young Professional and a Friend of Education. An induction ceremony will take place beginning at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 in the Teacher Education Center auditorium.
Preceding the ceremony will be a reception and reunion from 1-1:30 p.m. in the Commons Area of the Teacher Education Center.
Honored as 2016 inductees into the Hall of Distinguished Educators are the late Dr. Raymond Gilbert, Mack Daniel Knotts of Bossier City, Edwina Lewis of Natchitoches, Robert Silvie of Shreveport and David Thrash of Bossier City. Micah Coleman of Natchitoches is the Outstanding Young Professional and Paula Hickman of Shreveport is this year’s Friend of Education. Continue reading
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Girls Volleyball in the ArkLaTex is continuing to grow, and Captain Shreve is one of the better teams in Division 1, District 1.
One of their leaders is Courtney Curtis, a senior libero for the Lady Gators.
She has the grades, the talent and she definitely has the right attitude.
Courtney is like many of the other young teenage girls in the area, she just likes to have fun and enjoy life. Continue reading
Coach Donnie Westmoreland would like to recognize the following anglers for a great maiden season for the Shreve Bass Fishing Team.
Noah Westmoreland (left) and Colton Gill (right) with Coach Donnie Westmoreland (center)
Noah Westmoreland and Colton Gill finished as Captain Shreve’s Team of the Year. They finished as first place for the school. They also finished 3rd overall representing Captain Shreve in the first ever High School Fishing Trail behind Parkway and Haughton. 51 teams participated throughout the season. We had an average of 30 teams each tournament representing 9 different area high schools. This season we will have 12 schools.
Austin Crooks (left) and Scott Tobey (right) with Coach Donnie Westmoreland (center)
2nd place went to Alex Tobey and Austin Crooks. Alex Tobey will be fishing in the Bass Master Open tournament this fall on the Red River. 3rd place went to Luke Candler and Jarrett Ramsey, and the Big Bass Award went to Luke Candler as well.
Coach Westmoreland would also like to recognize the three female anglers on the team: Harlee Connell, Allison Howell, and Kennedi Ezernac.
Just over three years ago, LSU-Alexandria baseball player Brandon Goyne collapsed during a game and passed away from sudden cardiac arrest. His family later learned Goyne had an undiagnosed heart condition. There are ways to prevent what happened to Brandon from happening to someone else and Captain Shreve is taking those measures. Continue reading
Junior quarterback Lucas Grubb returns to lead an improved, more experienced Captain Shreve offense.
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Captain Shreve showed signs this summer of catching up with the top teams in the state’s best district.
An unlikely run to a 7on7 title featured wins over fellow District 1-5A Parkway and Haughton, not to mention three over host and District 1-4A defending champs Benton. While many of those schools sought to fill plenty of holes left by departed seniors, the Gators’ 12 returning starters continued to build confidence while becoming stronger and faster.
“They’re moving with a purpose,” coach Bryant Sepulvado said. “Last year they were trying not to make a mistake and this year they’re trying to make a play.” Continue reading