Delta Media has you covered for the high school football playoffs.
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) released its official football playoff brackets on Monday. The unveiling was delayed by a full day due to an emergency appeals hearing.
During the regular season, football fans were able to listen to a total of six different stations broadcasting exciting football action. That will be the case for the LHSAA playoffs.
103.7 The Game will have the St. Thomas More Cougars who will be looking to make a run back to the Division II state championship. No. 5 STM (6-4) will host No. 12 Evangel Christian (3-7) in the opening round of the playoffs on Friday. Danny Jones and Sam Heinen will be on the call.
The Carencro Golden Bears will begin the postseason on the road and you can listen to the defending Class 4A champions on Z105.9 FM. No. 18 Carencro (4-6) will play at No. 15 Belaire (6-3) on Friday. The award-winning duo of Ben Love and Blaine Viator will have the call.
The Southside Sharks will host a playoff game for the first time in program history and Shark fans can listen to all the action on Mustang 107.1 FM. No. 16 Southside (7-3) will host No. 17 East Ascension (5-3) on Thursday. Eric Narcisse and Nick Fontenot will have the call.
The Opelousas Catholic Vikings will be looking to start a run to the Division IV championship and fans can tune in to News Talk 98.5 FM to listen to the action. No. 3 Opelousas Catholic (9-1) hosts No. 14 St. Frederick (7-2) on Friday. Monty Hanks and Jason Burns will be on the call.
106.3 Radio Lafayette has long served as the home for thrilling football in Vermilion Parish. Make sure to tune in this Friday as Craig Wall and Ward Courville will be on the call as No. 2 Abbeville (9-1) will host No. 31 Richwood (4-6) in the opening round of the Class 3A playoffs.
The Rewind 97.7 FM & 1330 AM has put the spotlight on St. Landry Parish this season. Raymond Partsch III and Chad Jones will keep the spotlight bright on the parish this Friday when No. 16 Eunice (6-4) hosts No. 17 DeRidder (7-3) in the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs.
High school football fans can listen to all the exciting playoff action on their radio dial or by listening on each station’s free mobile app.