Through the years, Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame inductees have carved individual paths to greatness.
Low-key style, high-level results, and superior leadership among Kyle Williams’ trademarks
Kyle Williams was never one who craved attention.
A long shot from a small school, Jahri Evans harnessed his Hall of Fame qualities
Evans started all 16 games for the NFL’s top-ranked offense in 2006 and was voted to the All-Rookie Team. For the next 11 years, he was a fixture at right guard for one of the most prolific offenses in NFL history.
Duplechin has built ‘a snowball that continues to roll’
Claney Duplechin marvels as he tells his. A combination of fate and philosophy define his career as a record-setting high school coach that is anything but ordinary.
When Britni Sneed Newman arrived in Baton Rouge, so did LSU Softball – in a big way
Her entire career seemed to be One Big Moment. No way you can pencil in a single point in time, since her whole career was a repeat of one thing: winning.
Andolsek’s football legacy lives on throughout Louisiana
Andolsek may be gone but is not forgotten, as his football legacy will live in the state he called home.
Ego-free Garland Forman has had broad impact statewide, but especially in the country
As a young journalist, Forman listened to the stories being swapped by some of the state’s sports journalism titans at Louisiana Sports Writers Association conventions. He became one of them.
A five-tool journalist: Allen’s talent, versatility, affability make him a no-doubt Hall of Famer
Teddy Allen, with his deft touch for making those words dance to his own tune, was dang-near undefeated in Pass the Laptop, the envy of this strange fraternity.
Dixon Award winner Cicero worked parking lots; now, his sports events fill them
For 25 years, he has been the President and CEO of the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation (GNOSF), the organization that spearheads bringing some of the biggest events in all of sports to New Orleans.
2008 LSHOF inductee Tommy Henry to be remembered at Saturday service
Longtime Louisiana High School Athletic Association commissioner Tommy Henry, a 2008 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame inductee, will be remembered Saturday, Jan. 8, at a celebration of life service in his Baton Rouge church.