Rayne High's Kasen Richard dives back to third base during Tuesday's first round action against North DeSoto of the 2019 State Baseball Playoffs. The Wolves will now face top-ranked Tioga High on Friday and Saturday in a best-of-three series during regional round action. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Wolves claim 12-2 bi-district win over North DeSoto

RAYNE - During Tuesday’s first round game of the state baseball playoffs, it didn’t take the No. 16-ranked Rayne High Wolves long to gain a lead over North DeSoto.

RAYNE HIGH TRACK TEAM - Members of the 2018-2019 Rayne High School Track Team are, front row, from left, Taiya McDowell, Mariah Winbush, Emma Guidry, Peyton Francis, Carlos Figaro, Jeremiah Murray, McKenzie Redeaux, Tijian Jones, Jai Rubin; back row, Assistant Coach Jacob Molbert, Frank Meyer, Tytan Guidry, Leon Smith, Cay Cope, Shane Murray, Kyle Price and Head Coach Bryan Parker. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Wolves, Ladies place during 4-4A District Track Meet

NEW IBERIA - The Rayne High Track Team attended the 4-4A District Track Meet on Wednesday, April 17, at Westgate High School.

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER PROCLAIMED - During ceremonies Tuesday morning at City Hall, Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux proclaimed Thursday, May 2, as “National Day of Prayer” in the city of Rayne. The annual event will again be held at the Depot Square at 6:30 p.m. with the theme “Love One Another.” On hand for the signing were, seated from left, event chairman Judy Svendsen and Robichaux; standing, Nettie Thibodeaux, Corinne Domingue, Pastor Orlando Guillory, Sarah Guillory, Hilda Wiltz and Deacon Denis LaCroix. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

Annual ‘Day of Prayer’ observance proclaimed in Rayne

RAYNE - Through official proclamation signed by Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux, Thursday, May 2, will be observed locally as a National Day of Prayer.

CLEANEST CITY HONORS - On behalf of the City of Rayne, Mayor Charles “Chuck” Robichaux accepts the award plaque as Rayne was named winner in the 7th District during the 2019 Cleanest City Contest by State Chairman Jean Gilstrap prior to state judging. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)

State Cleanest City judging completeed in Rayne

RAYNE - Following last month’s win for the 2019 District Cleanest City Contest, judges arrived at City Hall on Tuesday, April 23, for the state judging.


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