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LHSAA brings hammer down on Destrehan football

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The high school football community in Louisiana is on notice: use technology, but do not use it to gain an unfair advantage.  The LHSAA has brought the hammer down on Destrehan High School after it was found several of its coaches accessed password protected practice video of south Lafourche High School before last week's game in district 7-5-a. Destrehan won that game 49-24 to move to 8-and-0.  Today Destrehan was forced to forfeit and is undefeated no more.

To this point it had been a special season for Stephen Robicheaux's Wildcats.  Teams "do" use the video swapping program called "Hudl" to trade game tapes.  Teams also use it to store practices so players can look at them on line, but the practices are password protected. It was learned some Destrehan assistant coaches accessed south Lafourche practices and now five Destrehan assistants, including both coordinators are suspended from games for the rest of the regular season. The five coaches are Ryan Fournier, Lance Ledet, Daniel Luquet, Wayne Sentillis and Greg Boyne.

Those five coaches are not allowed to attend either of the two remaining regular season games, not even in the stands. Same for the wife of assistant Ryan Fournier. If the school permits, the coaches "will" be allowed to work at practice during the week.. Then, in the playoffs, all five must coach from the press box. In addition, all five coaches will receive official reprimands and must turn in their Louisiana high school coaching association cards and will be on probation for a full calendar year.

In addition the l-h-s-a-a has hit Destrehan high school with a one-thousand dollar fine.  Head coach Stephen Robicheaux issued a statement saying he was disappointed this happened and respects the decision.  He added his main concern is with his players. The team plays winless bourgeois on Friday but will close the regular season on the road at East St. John, which now, is the only 7-5-a team left undefeated in district play.

 

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