Every so often, the Cougars reach the top 28, and this year, it's Cisse's focus, making it back to the state tournament, and coming home with the hardware.
Hebert helped Teurlings to their 5th consecutive state volleyball championship this past season, and credits the team chemistry, as the key to the success.
Abrams says the goal remains this season, get back to the top 28 and defend their title.
In his latest performance, he had 20 points, in a win vs. St. Thomas More. That performance earned him athlete of the week honors.
Lejeune scored 7 goals and tallied an assist this season.
They are the Division II state champion and undefeated Teurlings Catholic volleyball team.
Kirsch rushed for 80 yards on two carries in the win over Episcopal.
Blazek went 13-18 for 240 yards and 3 touchdowns; he even ran in for a score.
He rushed for 216 yards and scored 4 times, but he says he could not do that alone.
Bergeron only went 7-7 for just over 100 yards, but, his composure throughout the contest helped his team to the 48-7 win.
In week 8's 31-21 win over Carencro, Harmon rushed for 158 yards and two touchdowns.
The running back went for 211 yards and 3 touchdowns on 26 carries in the 41-34 win.
Briscoe rushed for 198 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries in the Bulldogs' 45-21 win against Opelousas.
In week 5 vs. South Beauregard, Criner rushed for 253 yards and a touchdown in the 42-2 win for the Patriots.
He rushed for 294 yards and 5 touchdowns.
Last week Broussard tallied a pick and had 9 tackles along with a fumble recovery for the Cougars' 3rd straight shut-out; a 35-0 win against Plaquemine.
Francis rushed for 217 yards and scored 2 touchdowns.
He threw just 8 passes completing 6 of them, but, 2 went for touchdowns.