Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards

Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards
Ebarb Rebels conclude season; named state runner up, receive multiple awards

Ebarb High School’s historic season ended with the Ebarb Mighty Rebels as Class C State Runner-Up, a senior, Zach Parrie, selected as Class C Boys Player of the Year, and Coach Taylor Lee voted Class C Boys Coach of the Year by a panel from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.

Coach Lee and the Ebarb Mighty Rebels recently played in the Class C state championship game in Lake Charles. It was Lee’s first trip to LHSAA’s Marsh Madness with the EHS Rebels and the team’s first appearance in the title game since 1970, when they were led by EHS legends Greg Procell and Walter “Tootsie Roll” Meshell. In recognition of this historic playoff run, Lee was named the LSWA Class C Boys Coach of the Year. His second award in that category, after also leading the Ebarb Lady Rebels to their first state appearance in 2019.

Ebarb’s senior standout, Zach Parrie, took home the MVP award for class C after a stellar senior season that was a fitting end to his legendary high school career. Parrie averaged 25.4 points per game, 5.7 rebounds per game, 4.8 assists per game, and 4.4 steals per game en route to claim ing the award. The gifted scorer poured in 2,886 points during his career for the Rebels. To go along with his MVP award, he was named second team all state as a junior and all state honorable mention as a sophomore. He was named all district four times and all parish three times. To cap off his career he was also chosen to represent the west squad in the Louisiana all star game, reserved for the best players in the state.

 

 

 

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