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  • KVPI Sports plans to carry the regional round of the High School Girls Basketball action Monday night: The Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs hosting Wossman at 6;00pm with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman over KVPI 1050 AM The Legend and the Sacred Heart Lady Trohans traveling to play Episcopal in Baton Rouge Monday night at 6;00pm with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully over KVPI FM 92.5. Thank you to our sponsors for making possible our sports coverage.


  • We have four Evangeline Parish girl’s basketball teams advancing to the regional round of the state playoffs. All four games will take place Monday night with 6:00pm starts.

     

    Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs advance to round two by hosting Wossman to be broadcast live on KVPI 1050 AM with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman;

    Sacred Heart Lady Trojans travel to play Episcopal High in Baton Rouge with Sports Announcer Thomas Scully over KVPI FM 92.5.

    Basile High Lady Bearcats travels to play Arcadia.

    Mamou High Lady Demons hosts Lakeview.

     

       Good luck to all of our local and area teams in the playoffs.                             


  • The first round of the high school basketball girls basketball playoffs begin Thursday night. Here is the schedule of Evangeline Parish High School games: Ville Platte High Lady Bulldogs hosts Frankin; Sacred Heart High Lady Trojans will hosts Ouachita Christian; Pine Prairie High Lady Bearcats travel to play Erath; Mamou High Lady Demons hosts South Plaquemine and Basile High Lady Bearcats travel to play Centerville. Good luck to all of our parish teams in the playoffs. Keep listening to our daily sports shows for more information on which games we will be covering.


  • It's football double header this week on KVPI FM 92..5. First, make plans to tune in for our own local fantasy game: The 2017 Boudin Bowl Wednesday night Feb. 1 at 6:00pm with our announcing staff: Tracy Jagneaux and Tim Fontenot from the Goyo Memorial stadium. Be sure to qualify to win free squares to win great prizes in our football pool. Then Sunday evening, we will join Westwood One's coverage of the Super Bowl Sunday with kickoff at 5:00pm on KVPI FM 92.5.


  • The Sacred Heart High Turkey Tournament continued Tuesday with a full day of games at Trojan Gym.

        Here are the final scores of Tuesday’s games:

     

    Boys action: Oak Hill 53 Sacred Heart 35; Crowley 64 Iota 44; Pine Prairie 71 South Cameron 38; Pine Prairie 62 Oak Hill 37; Montgomery 53 St Edmund 32.

     

    Girls action: In overtime action, the Sacred Heart Lady Trojans beat Oak Hill 46-44; Oakdale 50 Pine Prairie 22; Oak Hill 46 Basile 42; St. Edmund 40 Basile 33.

     

    In the finals today: Sacred Heart Lady Trojans will play Oakdale at 6:30 tonight while the Pine Prairie High Panthers will take on Crowley in the boys finals at 8:00pm tonight.


  • KVPI Sports is making arrangements to continue our coverage of the Northwest High Raiders in the state playoffs. After their huge win over Jena Friday, the Raiders will next travel to play West Feliciana High Friday night at 7:00pm. You will hear the game on 92.5 KVPI FM and on the web at classichits925.com with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.


  • The KVPI Sports team, Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman will be covering the Northwest High-Jena playoff game Friday night over 92.5 KVPI FM and on classichits925.com. Northwest High, undefeated in the regular season, advances in the playoffs to host Jena at home Friday night at 7:00pm. Pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6:30.


  • SACRED HEART PITCHER SIGNS WITH MCNEESE

    NOVEMBER 9, 2016

     

        Sacred Heart High School honored senior pitcher Connor Fontenot today (Wednesday) during National Signing Day. The entire Sacred Heart student body was invited to the school gym as School Principal Dawn Shipp recognized Fontenot, the son of Brandon Fontenot and Brandy Estis. Baseball Coach Gary Ashworth and his assistant coaches also spoke during the special program. Fontenot will receive an athletic scholarship to attend McNeese State University in Lake Charles. After the special program, students and faculty enjoyed a special cake with the McNeese logo. KVPI congratulates Connor and wishes him the best of luck.


  • Now that the regular season in high school football is over, there are two high school football teams advancing to the state playoffs.

     

    KVPI Sports is making arrangements to follow the Sacred Heart Trojans traveling to play Riverside Academy Friday night in the New Orleans area Friday night at 7:00pm. The KVPI Sports Team, Tracy Jagneaux and Micah Chatman, will be there calling the game for fans back home on 92,5 KVPI FM and on classichits925.com with pre game at 6:45. Those businesses interested in being a sponsor or parents wanting to do a shoutout are invited to contact a sales representative at 363-2124.

     

    The second team making the playoffs is Basile High planning to travel to Lincoln Prep School in Grambling Friday night.
    We want to wish both teams good luck as they advance in the state playoffs.

     


  • KVPI Sports Update

     

    Be sure to tune in to 92.5 KVPI FM Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine as KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talk with parish high school coaches. This will be the final coach’s show for the regular season.

     

    Our KVPI High School Football Game of the Week is Friday night at 7:00pm as Basile High hosts St. Edmunds High with pre game at 6;30pm and the SEC report at 6:30pm. Hear the game with the KVPI Sports Team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

     

    College Football Saturday: LSU hosts #1 ranked Alabama Saturday night at 7:00pm live on KVPI FM 92.5.


  • KVPI SPORTS UPDATE

     

        Be sure to tune in to the High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with KVPI Sports  Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with our parish football coaches. You are invited to be there in person and cheer on your favorite school at the show or listen on 92.5 KVPI-FM.

         Our KVPI High School Football Game of the Week is Ville Platte High hosting Pine Prairie Friday night at 7:00pm on KVPI FM 92.5 with pre game at 6:45pm and the S.E.C. Report at 6:30pm with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

         LSU has a bye week this weekend.


  • KVPI Sports Update:

    Here is what is coming up this week on KVPI Sports:

    The High School Football Coach’s show Wednesday night at 6:30pm at the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with Tracey Jagneau talking with the parish football coaches over 92.5 KVPI FM and on classic925.com.

    High School Football Game of the Week: Sacred Heart Hosts West St. Mary at 7:00pm Friday Oct. 21  with pre game at 6:45 and the SEC report at 6;30pm on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com with the KVPI Sports Team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

    College Football: LSU vs. Ole Miss at 8:00pm Saturday Oct. 22 on KVPI FM 92.5

    Listen to our daily sports shows at 7:05am and 12:25pm.


  • Another busy week in local sports over KVPI.

     

    Tune in to the weekly High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm on KVPI FM 92.5 live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine with KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with our parish football coaches.

     

    Tune in to the LSU Coach’s show Wednesday night at 7:00pm live on KVPI 1050 AM.

     

    KVPI Sports presents two games this week: Thursday night, we will cover the Basile-Westminster game at 7:00pm with pre game at 6:45pm on KVPI FM 92.5. On Friday night, we will broadcast the Ville Platte High-Port Barre game at 7:00pm with pre game at 6;45 and the SEC report at 6:30pm on KVPI FM 92.5. Both games will be covered by the KVPI Sports team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

     

    College football action: LSU vs. Southern Miss at 6:30pm Saturday night live on KVPI FM 92.5 from the LSU Sports Network.


  • KVPI Sports Presents our weekly High School Coach’s Show Wednesday night at 6:30pm live from the Crawfish Barn in  Vidrine with KVPI Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux. He will be talking with Evangeline Parish Football Coaches.

     

    Friday night, listen to our High School Football Game of the Week at 7:00pm: Pine Prairie High Hosts Northwest High with Pre Game at 6:45 and the SEC Report at 6:30pm with the KVPI Sports Team: Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

     

    College Football Action: LSU vs. Florida at 11;00am over KVPI 1050 AM.


  • KVPI Sports will be carrying the  Pine Prairie-Mamou game in our High School game of the week Friday night at 7;00pm live on KVPI-FM 92.5 with pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6;30pm. Join the KVPI Sports team, Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman live at Mamou High Green Demon field.

     

    Also, we will be carrying the LSU-Auburn game Saturday afternoon with kickoff scheduled for 5;00pm live on KVPI-FM 92.5 on your official LSU Sports network station.


  • Our KVPI High School Game of the Week is Friday night at 7:00pm, we will cover the Sacred Heart-Houma Christian game being played at Sacred Heart. Game time is 7:00pm with pre game at 6:45 and the S.E.C. report at 6:30pm. Join the KVPI Sports team Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman for all the exciting football action on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com.

     

    Listen to the next LSU game Saturday night as LSU plays Mississippi State Saturday night at 6:00pm on your official LSU Sports network station, KVPI FM 92.5 .


  • Tune in to our local sports shows at 7:10am and 12:25pm each day Monday through Friday on both KVPI AM and FM.

    The High School Coachs show live from the Crawfish Barn in Vidrine Wednesday nights at 6;30pm with Sports Announcer Tracey Jagneaux talking with all of the parish coaches live on KVPI FM 92.5.

    High School Football  Double Header:
    Thursday night: Sacred Heart at Port Barre at 7:00pm.
    Friday night: Ville Platte at Basile at 7:00pm. Both games on KVPI FM 92.5 with Tracey Jagneaux and Micah Chatman.

    College Football Saturday: LSU vs. Jacksonville at 6:30pm live on KVPI FM 92.5.


  • KVPI Sports will be broadcasting both games of the Evangeline Parish High School Football Jamboree live from Mamou High Green Demon Stadium kicking off our season of high school football. The first games has Ville Platte Pine Prairie at 6;00pm. The second game will have Mamou Hosting Basile. The KVPI Sports Team will be there covering all of the games this football season: Play by Play Announcer Tracy Jagneaux and Color Analyst Micah Chatman. Listen each week for the high school football coach’s show live from the Crawfish Barn with Tracy Jagneaux talking with all of our parish football coaches Wednesday nights at 6;30pm beginning next Wednesday August 31 throughout the football season.

    Sacred Heart will travel to play in the Joe Nagata Memorial Jamboree playing St. Edmunds Friday night in Eunice at about 7:30pm.


  • The Pine Prairie High School cheerleaders visited KVPI studios today to record special cheers that will air throughout football season.


  • The KVPI Sports Team, Play by Play Announcer Tracy Jagneaux and Color Analyst Micah Chatman are ready to cover Evangeline Parish High School Football Action for the 2016 season. Once again, we will have a game of the week with some weeks we will cover two games. We plan to broadcast some games from every high school in the parish beginning with the Parish Jamboree August 26 at Mamou. Join us every Friday night at 7:00pm on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI FM, Acadiana's Sports Connection.


  •      The Louisiana All Stars were defeated by the North Carolina All Stars tonight (Monday) at the Dixie Youth World Series in Laurel, Mississippi by a score 4-3.  With the defeat the team from Ville Platte was eliminated from the World Series.

         Recapping their games, the All Stars lost their first game Saturday night to the host team. They came back and won their second game against Virginia.

         All of us back home in Ville Platte would like to congratulate Hayden Fontenot, Aiden Brignac, Remington Guillory, Dylan Blevins, Evan Deshotels, Gabe Courville, Isaac Leger, Amarion Watson, Bryce Deville, Sam Fontenot, Ethan Fontenot and Landry Lafleur. Congratulations to Head Coach Delaney Fontenot and his Assistant Coaches: Chris Brignac and Chris Guillory.

         The all stars swept through Sub District, District, Regional and State tournament without a loss. We are very proud of the boys, parents and coaches for their efforts and for representing us well in the world series.

         KVPI would like to thank our Sports Announcer Eric Leger for doing a great job doing play by play.


  • Ville Platte All Stars Win Game Two in World Series

    August 7, 2016

     

           After losing its first game Saturday night to the host team, 4-0, the Louisiana All Stars came roaring back Sunday beating Virginia 11- in the Dixie Youth World Series from Laurel, Mississippi. The All Stars will next play at 5:45 Monday live on KVPI-FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.


  •      KVPI sponsored a fund raising "radio thon" this (Tuesday) morning for the benefit of the Ville Platte 12 year old all stars, the Louisiana Champs who will compete in the Dixie Youth World Series this weekend.

     

        All of theboys along with the coaches and parents were in attendance with Steph in the Non Blonde Cafe onClassic Hits 92.5 KVPI. The parents of the boys answered the phonecals fromlisteners who made donations. The team raised approximately $1200 during the three houd fund raiser.

     

        Special thanks to everyone who made a donation during our radio thon. KVPI Sports plans to carry all of the ville Platte games in the World Series live from Laurle, Mississipi beginning Satuday night with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.

     

     


  • The Ville Platte Louisiana All Stars will be in the studio tomorrow morning in their uniforms ready to take your donations to help them with expenses to travel to Laurel, Mississippi to compete in The Dixie Youth Dixie Major World Series next weekend! The players will personally come to your business or home and pick up your donations. Let's help them out, they have come a long way! You can call in your donations at 337-363-2124.


  • Ville Platte 12’s Dixie Majors State Champs

    July 23, 2016

     

       Congratulations to the Ville Platte 12 year old all stars who captured the state title today (Saturday) in the Dixie Youth Dixie Majors State Tournament held in Alexandria. The final score was 20-4 as Ville Platte defeated Cleary Playground from New Orleans. The Ville Platte 12’s team has swept through all their tournaments with an incredible undefeated record. Congratulations to the entire team: Hayden Fontenot, Aiden Brignac, Remington Guillory, Dylan Blevins, Evan Deshotels, Gabe Courville, Isaac Leger, Amarion Watson, Bryce Deville, Sam Fontenot, Ethan Fontenot and Landry Lafleur. Congratulations to Head Coach Delaney Fontenot and his Assistant Coaches: Chris Brignac and Chris Guillory.

        The team will represent Louisiana in the Dixie Youth World Series against eleven other teams in Laurel, Mississippi beginning August 6. KVPI Sports is making arrangements to carry all of our boys games in the world series.


  • Congratulations to the Ville Platte Dixie Majors All Stars who captured the regional championship tonight over St. Mary's by a score of 7-1. The team advances to the state Dixie Youth tournament beginning Friday in Alexandria for the 2 our of 3 tournament. KVPI Sports is making plans to carry those games for fans and family back home. KVPI carried all of the regional tournament games with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.

     

    Our Ville Platte Super Tens lost to West Carroll tonight 7-0 and was eliminated from the regional tournament. We want to congratulate Coach John Pitre, all of his assistants and the entire team for their accomplishments from Sub District, District and Regional Tournaments. Thank you for representing Ville Platte well. All of the Super Ten games were carried over KVPI with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.

     

    Congratulations to the Mamou Super Tens who defeated Franklin in their game. Mamou will play again in the Finals Wednesday to determine the regional champ and who advances to the state tournament.

     


  • Baseball Update

     

       The Ville Platte 12 year old all stars remain undefeated in the Dixie Youth Regional Tournament going on in the Morgan City area. Last night, the 12 year old all star beat Pontiff 13-0. They will play in the finals today at 5:30 against St. Mary. You can hear that game at 5:30pm over KVPI FM 92.5 with Sports Announcer Eric Leger.

       Our Ville Platte Super Ten all stars lost its first game of their regional tournament at the hands of West Carroll by a score of 9-2. The two teams will face each other in the finals today at 5:30. You can hear that game over KVPI AM 1050 with Sports Announcer Micah Chatman.

       Also, the Mamou Super Tens all Stars beat St. Mary Central. The Mamou All Stars advance to play in the finals today at 5:30.

       Good luck to all our all stars.


  • IN BASEBALL NEWS:

     

    IN THE DIXIE YOUTH REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS IN MORGAN CITY:

     

    THE VILLE PLATTE SUPER TENS WON OVER MINDEN 10-0.

    THE MAMOU SUPER TENS ALSO WON LAST NIGHT.

    IN THE 12 YEAR OLD REGIONAL TOURNAMNT IN MORGAN CITY, THE VILLE PLATTE 12 YEAR OLD ALL STARS WON 12-5 OVER MINDEN.

    BOTH GAMES WERE HEARD OVER KVPI.

     

    THE VILLE PLATTE 12 YEAR OLD ALL STARS WILL PLAY TONIGHT AT 7;30 LIVE ON KVPI FM WITH ERIC LEGER DOING THE PLAY BY PLAYWHILE THE VILLE PLATTE SUPER TENS GAME WILL BE AT 7:30PM OVER KVPI AM WITH MICAH CHATMAN CALLING THE GAME.


  • The 2016 regional tournaments began today in Morgan City for three of our local and area Dixie Youth teams The Ville Platte and Mamou Super Tens play today in their tournament. The Ville Platte Super Tens beat West Carroll 10-4. They will next play at 5:30pm Saturday. No score on the Mamou Super Tens game. The Ville Platte 12 year old Dixie Majors beat St. Mary Central by a score of 6-1. The next game is at 7:00pm Saturday.

     

    KVPI Sports plans to begin our coverage of the Ville Platte teams on Saturday. The Super Tens game will be on KVPI 1050AM and on kvpionline.com with Micah Chatman at 5:30pm while the 12 year olds game will be on KVPI FM 92.5 and on classichits925.com with Sports Announcer Eric Leger at 7:00pm


  • Ville Platte Girls Update: Here's the latest news from the Pony World Series: The Ville Platte 6U all stars beat host team Youngsville 16-9 over KVPI after a long rain delay. Austin, Texas beat the Ville Platte 6U girls 20-12 in a game over KVPI. The 6U girls won tonight 15-6. Their next game is 8:00am.

    The Ville Platte 8U girls were beaten by the Dirt Diamond team 14-5. In a second game, Harlingen Texas beat the Ville Platte 8U girls 16-0. As a result of the loss, our 8U girls were eliminated from the world series. All of us want to express our appreciation to the 8U girls and to Coach Jason Fontenot and his assistants Brian Bergeron, Mike Veillon and Katra Brignac for all their hard work. We are very proud of what you accomplished and for representing us well in the world series.

    The Ville Platte 10U all stars beat Laredo, Texas 9-3 and advance to play in the winner's bracket at 8:00am against the Texas Blasters.

    We want to thank Coach Tracy Jagneau for covering the games for us to bring them to our listeners for our listeners who could not attend in person. A special thanks to all our sponsors.

     


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