RAYNE - In a marathon of a game Friday evening at Wolf Stadium capping off Homecoming Week, the Wolves of Rayne High collected over 600 offensive y
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The Lady Wolves Volleyball Team claimed a four-set win over Carencro as the 2016 season is progressing along.
BREAUX BRIDGE - The Rayne High Wolves avenged last season’s close loss to Breaux Bridge by using a strong second half for a 28-21 win.
2016-2017 LADY WOLVES - Members of the Lady Wolves Volleyball Team representing Rayne High School for the 2016-2017 school year are, bottom row, from left, Whitney Comeaux, Destiny Alleman, Mary Jenkins, Madison Lavergne, Natalie Alleman and Tajane’ Butler; second row, Elizabeth Coleman, Destini Carrier, Lindsey Batten, Savanna LaCombe, Kennedie Bourgeois, Trinity Axtell, Peyton Richard, Kendal Edmond; standing front row, managers Lanie Fontenot and Taylor Thevis, Hayley Hoover, Hannah McKenzie, Emma Pastor, Jessi Cary, Mallorie Richard, Ti’esha Young, Taylor Breaux, Cora Ledet, Mgrs. Mariette Credeur, Gwen Broussard; standing back row, Coach Stephanie Garrett, Elizabeth Daigle, Kassidie Bourgeois, McKayla Dronet, JaLayna Wilridge, Camille McClelland, Morley Richard, Hannah Jenkins, Candice Brown, Carmen Venable, Lexie Marks and Coach Tommy Garrett. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
Just a few months ago, the Lady Wolves Volleyball Team was enjoying a district title and a trip to the state tournament.
RAYNE - Rayne High Coach Curt Ware has seen his Wolves improve over the summer and his leaders begin to lead with the early season.