In the first season of the select-nonselect playoff split, northwest Louisiana high school football produced a season of firsts itself.
Coach David Feaster and quarterback Brandon Harris led Parkway to its inaugural undefeated regular season and championship appearance.
Feaster and Harris garnered The Times All-City Coach and Offensive Player of the year, respectively.
Calvary won its first state championship after the Cavaliers recovered from a 1-4 start.
Byrd took its first championship trip since 1962.
The Cavs and Jackets litter The Times’ All-City Team.
Woodlawn defensive back Donovan Wilson was arguably the most valuable player in the area, and he captured The Times All-City Defensive Player of the Year.
In the surrounding area, Haynesville coach David Franklin completed his first undefeated season as a head coach and won his second overall title, taking home The Times’ All-Area Coach of the Year.
North Webster’s Devin White and North DeSoto’s Damien Boone helped turn around slow starts for their teams as they piled up impressive individual stats as well, earning The Times All-Area Offensive and Defensive players of the year, respectively.