Cooper LeBlanc

Former Central Catholic standout Cooper LeBlanc signed a preferred walk-on offer to play college football at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Wednesday at Central Catholic. On hand for the occasion were, seated from left, Greg Hamer Sr. and Brenda Hamer, grandparents; LeBlanc; and Valerie LeBlanc and Jay LeBlanc, parents. Standing, from left, are Greg Hamer Jr., Hugh Hamer, Central Catholic football coach Tommy Minton, Tracie Hover, Garret LeBlanc, Conner LeBlanc, Barrett Hover and John B. Hover. (The Daily Review/Corwin Murray)

LeBlanc overcomes injuries to continue football career at ULL

Hard work and dedication have become terms thrown around in today’s sport’s vernacular, but for Central Catholic’s Cooper LeBlanc, it sums up his high school football career.

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Cooper LeBlanc
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Berwick's Carver, CCHS' Singleton, LeBlanc earn Louisiana Football Coaches Association All-State honors

Three Tri-City area high school football players — one from Berwick and two from Central Catholic — were named to the Louisiana Football Coaches Association All-State Football second teams in their

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Cooper LeBlanc
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CCHS' Singleton, LeBlanc earn honorable mention 1A All-State

The Central Catholic Eagles placed two on the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 1A All-State football team.

Cooper LeBlanc, a Central Catholic High School senior, is the school’s 2017 Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner. LeBlanc is a multi-year letterman in football and lettered a year apiece in baseball and track. He received athletic all-district honors at linebacker in football in 2016 and academic all-district honors in the sports he’s lettered in during the past three years. Off the field, LeBlanc is a member of the school’s Student Council, where he serves as the senior class president, while he also participates in the National Honor Society, among other activities. He was the recipient of the A.R. Chopin Outstanding Citizen Award this year at Louisiana Boys State. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Musemeche Photography)

Taylor Picou, a Central Catholic High School senior, is the school’s female Wendy’s High School Heisman Award winner. Picou is a multi-year letterman in volleyball, basketball and softball in which she has earned athletic and academic district honors in each. Among her off the field activities are participation in the Sisters-in-Christ organization and Student Council, in which she is her class’s vice president. After graduation, Picou plans to attend Delta State University on a softball scholarship and major in education with a focus on history. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Musemeche Photography)

CCHS Wendy's High School Heisman Award winners

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